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The Driskill

Downtown & University 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Every city should have a beautiful old historic hotel made out of native stone, preferably built in the late 1800s by a wealthy cattle baron. — Lonely Planet

Historic charm alongside all the amenities of a modern luxury hotel. — Afar Magazine

The piano lounge is a study in cattle-baron cool, with cowhide couches and cowboys-and-indians sculptures. — BlackBook

An historic hotel that recreates the opulence and glamour of a bygone time. — The Telegraph

The magnificent lobby of this historic hotel, with its marble floors, three-story columns, and stained-glass dome ceiling, exudes luxury and opulence. — DK Eyewitness

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Four Seasons Hotel Austin

Downtown & University 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Think cowhide can't be classed up? Try camping out in the Southwestern-themed Four Seasons for a few days. — Concierge

Unpretentious oasis on Lady Bird Lake; public spaces are distinctly Southwestern (a hide-covered sofa and the like).  — Travel + Leisure

Set on the shores of Lady Bird Lake, this upscale hotel offers a tranquil setting within a short walk of the State Capitol, Sixth Street District and Austin Convention Center. — Gayot

This Four Seasons, located two blocks east of Congress Avenue, remains Austin's most luxurious property, an exceptional endeavor purpose-built to impress even hard-to-please travelers. — Star Service

Four Seasons luxury done Texas style means leather chairs, cowhide couches and native limestone. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel San Jose

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The best of Austin in one small package: indoor-outdoor hang time, killer design and downhome Texas charm. — Jetsetter

An "alternative to mainstream lodging", this revamped 1930s motor court is now a "cool boutique" in a "crazy-prime" South Congress location. — Zagat

They say everything's bigger in Texas, but this intimate "bungalow-style" boutique hotel might be the exception. — Oyster

Located in the modern bohemian neighborhood of South Congress (or SoCo), the über-hip San José Hotel has 40 sleek, minimalist guest rooms with earthy tones, warm woods, and simple, modern lines. — Travel + Leisure

This urban bungalow-style hotel oozes modern minimalism. — Gayot

Lake Austin Spa Resort

Austin 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just outside Austin’s city limits, the Lake Austin Spa Resort has 40 ranch-style guest rooms facing a sparkling lake where tame geese paddle between rowing sculls. — Travel + Leisure

Surrounded by beautiful Texas Hill Country, this world-class spa resort overlooks rugged cliffs and the clear waters of Lake Austin. — Gayot

The destination spa caters to every need and whim, offering a daily calendar of outdoor activities and educational talks and classes and serving healthy and locally-sourced cuisine. — Afar Magazine

All-inclusive lakeside retreat outside Austin with a legendary spa, farm-to-table fare and outdoorsy activities. — Jetsetter

The resort is casually elegant throughout. Like a country retreat from Architectural Digest. — BlackBook

Hotel Ella

Downtown & University 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

History and modern amenities come together in this exquisite boutique hotel near the southern edge of UT's main campus. — Fodor's

The property formerly known as The Mansion at Judges’ Hill underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation and reopened as Hotel Ella in September 2013. — Forbes Travel Guide

All the rooms in this boutique hotel are furnished and decorated with more character than you'll find at any of the local chain hotels. — Frommer's

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. — Travel + Leisure

A Greek Revival family mansion built at the turn of the 20th century, Hotel Ella owes both its name and its grandeur to its very first lady of the house, Ella Wooten — Afar Magazine

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Hotel Saint Cecilia

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A small, private hotel, the Saint Cecilia... sits on a large property just off South Congress. Rooms are designed with clean lines and attractive spaces, and each has its own outdoor area. — Frommer's

A private estate anchored by a live oak–dotted 1880s mansion in the heart of South Austin. — Jetsetter

The hustle and bustle of South Congress melts away the moment you cross over onto the serene lawn graced by a 300-year-old live oak. — Lonely Planet

Stylish Hotel St. Cecilia, with just 14 rooms, is a boutique hotel in the truest sense of the word. — Oyster

Contemporary boutique hotel located on a tranquil wooded estate in Austin’s South Congress district. — Andrew Harper

W Austin

Downtown & University 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Despite its reputation as a party haven, service is good, dining enjoys local recognition, and the meeting space is among the most coveted in the city. — Star Service

The location is perfectly chosen for the brand's usual clientele -- the young and affluent. — Frommer's

The W Austin, opened in December 2010, is one of the city's newest luxury hotels. — Oyster

A social and music hub in downtown Austin housed in a LEED-certified tower. — Jetsetter

Spa, rooftop pool, fitness center, restaurants are welcomed amenities, but you'll forget all about them when the musicians come out to play. — BlackBook

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Travaasa Austin

Austin 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Overlooking sprawling Lake Travis, amid rugged Texas Hill Country, Travaasa Austin is equal parts eco-resort, wellness retreat, and outdoor adventure getaway. — Afar Magazine

I spent a weekend at Travaasa when it first opened—before it was cool to stay here, and before the rest of the world figured out how great it is. — Frommer's

Relaxing destination resort and spa situated within 210 acres of the Balcones Canyonlands Preserve overlooking Lake Travis, 20 miles north of downtown Austin. — Andrew Harper

Travaasa Austin boasts a breathtaking setting in the Texas Hill Country near Lake Travis, 30 minutes northwest of downtown Austin. — Gayot

Here, the year-round roster of offerings range from rock climbing, horseback riding and outback hoedowns to advanced yoga, cooking classes and memorable get-togethers. — Star Service

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InterContinental Stephen F. Austin

Downtown & University 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel weaves together a wonderful blend of old and new...its newly added boutique charm bridges the gap between traditionalists and a younger, hipper crowd. — Star Service

The InterContinental Stephen F. Austin occupies a historic building in a great location in the heart of downtown Austin. — Oyster

Most of its clientele are business travelers, and the InterContinental offers lots of amenities aimed at this market. — Frommer's

A fashionable place for locals and visitors alike to gather since its beginning in the Roaring Twenties. — The Telegraph

Built in 1924, this "historic" property lures business and leisure travelers with "beautiful" rooms and a Downtown location "in the heart of Austin", within "walking distance" of Sixth Street. — Zagat

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Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa

Austin 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The signature Fazio Foothills Golf Course is known for its cliff-lined fairways, waterfalls and caves, and the three other courses also take advantage of the intriguing natural setting. — Gayot

Especially popular with business travelers, the resort's golf courses were designed by legendary figures like Tom Fazio, Arnold Palmer, and Austin native Ben Crenshaw. — Travel + Leisure

Those looking for a "relaxing" retreat head to the "beautiful Texas Hill Country" and this "inviting" full-service resort, "secluded" in a "lovely" setting on 4,000 acres of rolling grounds. — Zagat

The hotel tower comes into view as you descend into the Fazio Foothills. Golf for him on the courses par excellence. Spa time for her in the form of a champagne facial. — BlackBook

Barton Creek Resort & Spa sits in an upscale residential development off Bee Caves Road — Star Service

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Hyatt Regency Austin

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Business people seem drawn to the Hyatt's signature masculine style - large, executive chairs and desks, and deep cocoa browns. — Lonely Planet

The expansive, sunlit lobby looks out across the lake, while the Marker 10 bar offers sushi and has a happy hour that's particularly popular with the business crowd. — Travel + Leisure

Austin's Hyatt Regency may have the best location of any hotel in town. — Frommer's

Tony people are fraternizing in the face-lifted lobby lounge. And the view of the skyline from there is most expansive. — BlackBook

Business guests appreciate the location of this property --- near the Palmer Event Center and Austin Convention Center, it is often the site of major conferences and executive gatherings. — Gayot

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Heywood Hotel

East Austin 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The first boutique hotel in East Austin, the Heywood is a seven-room gem that puts equal emphasis on design and comfort. — Lonely Planet

The Heywood Hotel is Austin’s hippest boutique hotel. — Frommer's

This boutique hotel debuted amidst the rapidly gentrifying strip of East Cesar Chavez in 2012 and the hip hood has continued to flourish around the restored 1920s bungalow. — Fodor's

Feels more like an achingly cool designer friend’s house than a hotel, and in the best possible way. — Afar Magazine

A stay at this comfortable, stylish hotel feels like a visit to a good friend’s house — a friend with good taste, that is. — New York Times

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Kimber Modern Hotel

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A stunning, design lovers’ dream. — Fodor's

This boutique hotel is so minimalist that you'll hardly know it's there. There is no signage or valet. The focus is on architecture and design. — BlackBook

Located in the trendy South Congress area of Austin, this boutique hotel is the envy of modern condo owners seeking the slick urban aesthetic. — Gayot

A stunning addition to an already thriving South Congress boutique hotel scene. A modern, architecturally significant structure. — Rough Guide

This hotel should be the choice of design-conscious travelers who can't bear to be lodged in the standard cubical room off the standard long and dreary corridor. — Frommer's

Omni Austin Hotel Downtown

Downtown & University 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It is a hybrid hotel, sharing its atrium with an office tower that bustles during the week and sleeps on weekends. — Star Service

Your introduction to this bustling, business-oriented hotel is a soaring, granite-and-glass atrium lobby. — Fodor's

Occupying a steel-and-glass tower, this "classy" Downtown "surprise" caters to the corporate set, but its "amazing" location off the Sixth Street entertainment district and "courteous" staff appeal to all. — Zagat

From high on a hill, western facing rooms at this upscale chain look out onto the Texas countryside. — Lonely Planet

The Omni is an upscale chain geared toward business travelers, with a prime downtown location within walking distance of the Sixth Street entertainment district. — Oyster

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Hilton Austin

Downtown & University 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Steps away from the Austin Convention Center, it is geared toward travelers in town for conferences or an upscale run through the vibrant music scene. — Gayot

The Hilton is defined by its proximity to the colossal Austin Convention Center, and this is the conventioneers' hostelry. — Fodor's

Fitness this. Spa that. Pervasive Internet. — BlackBook

This hotel, located directly across from the convention center, discounts rooms when there's no convention in town. — Frommer's

Adjacent to the convention center, this "centrally located" Downtown chain link offers "quick access to shopping and bars"and features "comfortable" rooms and a "friendly" staff. — Zagat

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Austin Motel

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Funky hotel with theme rooms. Nice staff, cool location. — Not For Tourists

The Austin Motel's retro sign is a local icon. — Travel + Leisure

What used to be a fading 1938 motor court is now a beloved, quintessentially-Austin motel. — Fodor's

A convenient (but not quiet) location in the heart of SoCo and great rates make this place very popular. — Frommer's

Yes, this is a motel, but it has a fun, vibrant sense of style and is a far cry from typical, cheap chain digs. — Gayot

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Omni Austin at South Park

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This elegant 14-story hotel towers near the tangled intersection of I–35 and US 290. It earns high marks for value, but feels removed from the city though it's only about 3 mi from downtown. — Fodor's

Though the Omni is geared toward business travelers, this place does lure tourists comfortable with the south-side location and a lack of nearby entertainment. — Star Service

When guests enter through the back side of this hotel, the traffic noise of busy I-35 is quickly drowned out by the relaxing sound of a fountain. — Gayot

The hotel's South Austin location gives a head start on a day trip to San Antonio. — Travel + Leisure

This upper-middle-range chain is popular with business travelers and families, and is located in Southpark, a 5-minute drive south of downtown. — Oyster

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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton - Austin

Downtown & University 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn 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 want to hoof it. — Travel + Leisure

It bests the Embassy Suites Austin Downtown with larger, more attractive suites, a better pool and a location that is perfect for those in search of something convenient to the city center. — Star Service

Just northwest of the capitol and within walking distance of UT, the all-suites Doubletree feels remarkably corporate, but it does offer a little extra space. — Lonely Planet

This hotel is one of the most comfortable places to stay in the downtown area and a favorite with lobbyists and state contractors. — Frommer's

One of the best-managed hotels in the city, the all-suites Doubletree has a staff that anticipates your every need. — Fodor's

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The Westin Austin at The Domain

North Austin 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Domain proves a one-stop shop-till-you-drop experience, and this stylish full-service gem of a hotel aims to make the most of it. — Star Service

Another relatively new chain hotel in The Domain shopping district, The Westin offers the dependability of an established brand with a slightly more sophisticated sheen. — Fodor's

"Delightful" staffers keep things running "like clockwork" at this North Burnet property with a location that's "great if you are coming for business". — Zagat

The four-pearl Westin Austin at The Domain is a modern business hotel that’s adjacent to The Domain’s 200+ shops and some 40 restaurants and bars. — Oyster

The Westin Austin at The Domain is a conference planner'€™s dream. — Gayot

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Lone Star Court

Austin 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Next door to the Domain shopping mall, this new hotel exudes cowboy cool. — Lonely Planet

Lone Star Court is one of the most fun, retro-cool hotels in Austin. — The Telegraph

Located in the upscale The Domain district, this hotel offers "down home" hospitality in classic Texas fashion. — Gayot

Free Wi-Fi and breakfast add to the value, while bikes to borrow, outdoor fire pits, and live music are totally Austin. — Oyster

The growing Domain shopping district is known for its high-end retail and upscale dining. — Fodor's

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