Cheap Hotels in Austin
Embassy Suites Austin – Arboretum is only minutes away from downtown Austin and within walking distance of the Austin Arboretum’s shops and restaurants. Located 20 minutes from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, our Austin Arboretum hotel is close to dining, the business district and the Austin technology hub near Charles Schwab, IBM and Microsoft.Start your day at our Austin Arboretum hotel with a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast featuring scrambled eggs, pastries and fresh fruit. Unwind with complimentary alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages paired with refreshments in our open-air atrium at our Evening Reception*. Enjoy room service, or indulge in regional cuisine at D.J.’s American Grill.The two-room suites in our northwest Austin hotel feature a king-sized bed or two double beds, a refrigerator, microwave, wet bar, WiFi and two 42-inch HDTVs. Host an event in one of our meeting rooms equipped with eco-friendly Sustainable Linenless Meetings. Our largest Austin Arboretum meeting room offers 1,320 sq. ft. of flexible function space.During your stay at our Austin Arboretum hotel, enjoy our heated indoor pool and whirlpool spa, or recharge with an invigorating workout in our 24-hour fitness center. Take a short drive to Austin attractions such as the Austin Museum of Art, Sixth Street Entertainment District and Lake Travis.* Service of alcohol subject to state and local laws. Must be of legal drinking age.
Originally built in 1924 as the city’s first high-rise hotel, the InterContinental Stephen F. Austin’s rich history and luxurious accommodations offer a truly unique experience of Texas hospitality. Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Austin next door to The Paramount Theatre. Known to Austinite’s as the Stephen F, our historic Art Deco façade has been a famous landmark for more than 90 years. Unwind after a busy day in our health club or on the terrace at our Stephen F's bar.
Welcome to the Hilton Austin hotel situated in downtown Austin, Texas, adjacent to the Austin Convention Center. The hotel is surrounded by the city’s vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment scene. The famous 6th Street Entertainment District, Warehouse District and 2nd Street District are all located within walking distance of the hotel and Austin Bergstrom International Airport is just seven miles away.Towering 31 floors, this Austin hotel offers views over the city and Lady Bird Lake. Select from 800 guest rooms and suites including executive rooms with executive lounge access. Savor hearty American cuisine at Liberty Tavern or indulge in steak, seafood, and sushi at Finn & Porter. This contemporary Austin restaurant boasts a sushi bar and two private dining rooms. Check emails with complimentary WiFi in the lobby or as you sip a favorite Starbucks in Java Jive on 5th coffee shop.Rejuvenate with a choice of fitness options at the Tower Health Club & Spa featuring a dedicated cardio room, weight room and heated salt water outdoor lap pool. Relax after a busy day with a massage or beauty treatment in the spa, unwind in the sauna, steam room or whirlpool. There’s no better vantage point to experience Austin’s skyline than from the outdoor pool and whirlpool.Take advantage of 80,000 sq. ft. of function space in bustling Austin at this contemporary hotel. Choose from a range of flexible meeting rooms and ballrooms. The hotel boasts a business center, UPS store, the latest A/V equipment, and Executive Lounge.
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Hotels in Austin
Its official slogan declaims that Austin is the live music Capital of the World – and the Texan capital has certainly always had a vibrant music scene. But its long-running unofficial slogan Keep Austin Weird – often invoked by campaigners against unwanted development in the city – sums up perfectly the individuality on which Austin prides itself. Book one of our Austin hotels and enjoy music, fresh air and conviviality in this quirky city.
The SoCo shopping district stretching down South Congress Avenue is full of independent stores, coffee shops, restaurants and music and art venues. From here you can also get a good view of the Texas State Capitol, the seat of the state government and a tourist attraction in itself. On the first Thursday of every month, businesses in SoCo stay open until at least 22:00 to celebrate the neighbourhood and its boutiques, restaurants and galleries.
If you like the outdoors, head to the 416-acre Lady Bird Lake, which is a popular spot for canoeing and kayaking, and surrounded by a ten-mile walking and cycling trail. Next to the lake are two parks: Auditorium Shores, one of the venues for South by Southwest, and the 351-acre Zilker Park. Here you can have a dip in the Barton Springs pool, a manmade three-acre pool where Robert Redford reportedly learnt to swim. The Barton Springs themselves, which supply the pool with water, are the only known habitat of the endangered Barton Springs salamander.
The park also contains the Zilker Zephyr miniature railway and the Zilker Botanical Garden, home to cacti, a herb garden and oriental garden, a rose garden and a butterfly trail. The Emma S Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Centre promotes Mexican American, Native American and Latino culture, arts and heritage through visual art, theatre, dance, literature and more. For animal lovers, the Ann W Richards Congress Avenue Bridge over the lake is home to North America's largest urban colony of Mexican free-tailed bats. Some 1.5 million of them congregate here in summer, and locals and tourists alike turn out to watch them all emerge at dusk in search of insects.
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