Situated in Austin, this luxury hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve and within 3 mi (5 km) of St. John Neumann Catholic Church and One ...
Stayed twice during one week. Beautuful hotel, very friendly staff eager to please. Breakfast wait staff sometimes seemingly disappears. :-)
This contemporary hotel is located near from downtown Austin, less than 4 miles from the 6th Street entertainment district and the University of Texas. The Circuit ...
Clean, friendly and a great bar. Overall great experience.
This 14-story Omni hotel in Austin's busy high-tech corridor is popular with corporate travelers, offering extensive conference facilities and wireless Internet ...
We would definitely return to this hotel had a very nice pool spa gym area, rest of the hotel is nice and upscale
This 12-story hotel is adjacent to the 10-mile (16-kilometer) Town Lake hiking and biking trail, and walking distance to entertainment, dining, shopping, live ...
I mentioned multiple times how grateful I was that we decided to stay at this Radisson location. We decided to stay downtown to be close to restaurants and everything, but we found ourselves spending the most time around South Congress and South First Street - not too far to walk! We LOVED staying ...
Within 20 miles of Lady Bird Johnson Center and the Austin Zoo, this resort overlooking Lake Travis is ideally near championship golf courses and a 40-minute ...
All was good except we were charged a resort fee to use kids zone, water park, and pool bar. Only the water park was open during our stay for limited hours. We only had 1 chair on our balcony and there was a screw sticking up on balcony that we almost cut our foot on.
Situated in Austin, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Brentwood Park, Elisabet Ney Museum, and Hyde Park Theatre. Northwest Recreation Center is 2.9 mi (4.6 ...
Quiet clean wonderful experience. Peaceful site great value. Hidden gem near the airport. Would definitely stay here again
Located in Downtown Austin, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum and Blanton Museum of Art. University of Texas Tower ...
The air conditioner is very loud which made it difficult to sleep and the coffee maker in the room did not work.
This Austin hotel is situated within easy walking distance of the state capitol, Erwin Center, 6th Street, and the University of Texas campus, offering music, ...
The hotel was very nice. Everything is generally walking distance and the staff is very friendly and acommodating.
Located in the middle of downtown, this Austin hotel is one block from the 6th Street entertainment district, 5 blocks from the convention center, and 6 blocks ...
Stayed at Omni for a company training (buses picked up and dropped off from there). Would've been nice to know I was getting an ADA room before I got into it. Shower was tricky to get positioned correctly, and there wasn't much space in the bathroom for personal belongings. If I were to need such ...
Located on I-35, 3 miles north of downtown, this Super 8 provides freeway access to attractions throughout the Austin area.
The stuff is very nice and the environment also good.
Commonly thought of as the coolest city in Texas, Austin is a cultural nexus of music, art and entertainment. No matter if you're headed to the Texan capital for a corporate convention, the SXSW arts festival, or just to check out the horizon from the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge, you won't want to miss out on Austin's killer shopping destinations, eclectic cuisine and abundant outdoor spaces.
Austin is located on the edge of the Colorado River, with an array of water-based attractions both natural and man-made. Lake Austin is where to head to hook a catfish or largemouth bass, while you can swim in the midst of popular hiker's spot Zilker Park at Barton Springs Pool. Tackle the bike trails on shore around neighboring Lady Bird Lake, or get out on the water with a canoe or kayak rental.
Offering the best views of greater Austin from its summit, make time in your sightseeing schedule for a Mount Bonnell hike. Located on the edge of Covert Park on the Colorado, Mount Bonnell spans more than five acres and is 780 feet above sea level. A long staircase takes you to the top, where you'll find stone picnic tables and a 360° sweep of Colorado scenery to accompany your lunch.
If you're a blues music fan, cross the 1st Street Bridge from SoCo and head into Butler Park. Besides being an optimal place to take in the awe-inspiring Austin skyline, you can also visit the bronze memorial of legendary guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughn, who called Austin home for many years. Other talking points in this area include the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge, home to the largest urban population of Mexican free-tailed bats in the world—visit at dusk on spring evenings to witness them taking to the skies.
The most obvious place to stay when you're here for a city break, you'll find a variety of accommodations Downtown that offer easy access to I-35 and Downtown Station. To the north of the center is the University of Texas campus and the Texas Memorial Museum, as well as the quietly removed, verdant district known as Hyde Park. Nightly rates for staying in the thick of it typically begin at about $89, and visitors looking for 4-star accommodations can expect prices starting at around $139.
You may have heard Austin's motto, “Keep Austin Weird,” but it's more than just a catchphrase. Find the unique artsy pulse of Austin in South Congress, commonly known as SoCo, is the epicenter of Austin's of diverse shopping, bars, restaurants and unobstructed views of the Texas State Capitol building. It's also where you'll find the shrunken heads and other oddities of aptly-named Museum of the Weird on 6th Street—the embodiment of Austin culture.
Every March, Austin hosts the interactive South by Southwest music and film festival. The nine-day, world-class event features keynote addresses on a range of subjects, comedy performances, film screenings and awards. SXSW events take place at the Austin Convention Center and a variety of other venues throughout greater Austin. If you're a sports fan, don't miss SXSW's traditional farewell event, the South by Southwest Closing Barbecue and Softball Tournament.
Spring is clearly the time to come to Austin, when you can also get down to the roots of Texas musical heritage and find the best in bluegrass, jazz and blues in Old Settler's Park every April. There's plenty here for family audiences, including storytelling and a petting zoo on-site, but adults can still drink their fill of craft beers and even jam with a few of the musicians if they're lucky.
Austin is served by Amtrak's Texas Eagle line and the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS). Instead of dealing with the hassle and costs often associated with downtown parking, reach Austin hotels by hopping on the MetroAirport bus on the lower level. The bus ride, which stops at the Capitol, the University of Texas, downtown and along Riverside Drive, takes about 30 minutes.
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