Hotels in Austin

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Built in 1911, this bed and breakfast with four guest rooms is an Austin Historic Landmark. It's about a mile and a half from UT in one of Austin’s most... Read More

I'm a big fan of Starwood's modern, hip and reasonably priced Aloft chain. This branch is at the Domain, a newer shopping and dining area about 11 miles... Read More

As you'd expect, the AT&T Center gets plenty of business travelers, but it's also good for visitors who'll be spending time at the University of... Read More

This is a business hotel, but even if you aren’t here on business, you'll be comfortable and enjoy being steps away from the heart of UT (and enjoy not... Read More

The Austin Motel's retro sign (which some find, ahem, anatomically evocative) is a local icon. Each room has its own look, and there's a nice pool.... Read More

The lowest rates at this all-suite hotel hover just over $200, which is pushing the criteria for this list. But for that price you get a larger room... Read More

You could walk to UT from the Doubletree, but the hotel also has an on-demand shuttle service to nearby spots that will come in handy when you don’t... Read More

The Driskill has an opulent, Western look befitting a hotel created by a cattle baron. Attractions including the Capitol and Sixth Street are an easy... Read More

The location of this hotel makes it easy for you and the fam to enjoy South Congress Avenue, the Capitol and downtown, Barton Springs Pool and the... Read More

Austin's Four Seasons is known for excellent service and its views over Lady Bird Lake. The location of the hotel allows you to explore both downtown... Read More

This downtown hotel on Lady Bird Lake boasts a heated, saltwater pool and a reputation for great poolside pampering. As at the W Austin, booking some... Read More

Unpretentious oasis on Lady Bird Lake; public spaces are distinctly Southwestern (a hide-covered sofa and the like).  Read More

The property opened in 1985 and became part of the "Green Hotels Association" in 1991. The hotel was designed to support ecological consciousness; the... Read More

If you're coming to Austin ready to eat (and you should), the Heywood, opened by George Reynolds and Kathy Setzer in 2012, puts you within walking... Read More

Housed in a late 19th century mansion, this year-old hotel went through a top-to-bottom renovation and now has 47 plush and modern rooms, many of which... Read More

Less than a mile from UT, this historic home turned boutique hotel features a fitness room, complimentary Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant and bar. There... Read More

Hotelier Liz Lambert’s newest property is a music-inspired retreat in a former Victorian manse. Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews were recent guests. Read More

Rock ’n’ roll is one of the inspirations behind the décor and mood at this small boutique hotel, and you may feel like a rock star yourself at the... Read More

Located in the modern bohemian neighborhood of South Congress (or SoCo), the über-hip San José Hotel has 40 sleek, minimalist guest rooms... Read More

Lambert's first Austin hotel is one of my favorite places. And I'm not the only fan: The Mavericks' song "San Jose" was inspired by the hotel. The San... Read More

Another Lambert creation, the St. Cecilia (opened in 2008) is also in the South Congress area, but it has a personality all its own. Here, the vibe is... Read More

Any hotel that’s downtown or even in the South Congress area will put you close to UT while also being more convenient to restaurants and nightlife.... Read More

A neighbor to Embassy Suites, the Hyatt puts you close to all the same local attractions, plus it's directly on Lady Bird Lake and the Hike and Bike... Read More

About 25 miles from downtown Austin, the family-friendly Hyatt resort is known for its Crooked River pool area. It features, among other things, a kid... Read More

With a lazy river and water slide, the Crooked River Water Park might be all your kids need to stay occupied. If you can get them out of the water,... Read More

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