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The Driskill

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

The lobby's grandeur, with stately columns towering to a stained glass dome, hints at the opulent accommodations awaiting guests. — Gayot

The very Texan and historic hotel located in the heart of downtown was opened in 1886 by Jesse Lincoln, a wealthy cattle baron whose portrait remains in the lobby. — Condé Nast Traveler

There's no pool or other on-site amenities besides a nice fitness center and small massage room, but the location in the heart of Austin's famous Sixth Street entertainment district is prime. — Oyster

Features 15 meeting spaces of varying sizes and 189 rooms, 14 of which are suites. There is a fitness center with a view of the city and two rooms available for massage treatments. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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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 →

An ideal location on the north shore of Lady Bird Lake; comfortable rooms; an excellent spa; beautifully manicured grounds... are just a few reasons to stay here. — Frommer's

Wonderful hotel and spa, but got to the Driskill for a drink. — Not For Tourists

A luxe cocoon with a Southwestern edge located on downtown Austin’s Lady Bird Lake. — Jetsetter

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

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

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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 →

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

Chic and funky boutique hotel in the South Congress district. — Rough Guide

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

The San José is a good choice for design enthusiasts and hipsters, who enjoy both the nonconformist vibe and the social scene in South Austin. — Frommer's

Hip little hotel in SoCo with a killer bar. — Not For Tourists

Lake Austin Spa Resort

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

It's simply an incredibly relaxing experience, with a winning combination of beauty; a welcoming, knowledgeable staff; and delicious, healthful food. — Frommer's

Lake Austin Spa Resort is the premier place to be pampered in the state. — Lonely Planet

This high-end retreat is consistently rated as one of the top wellness resorts in the United States, and a visit shows exactly why. — The Telegraph

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

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

Romantic atmosphere... the clientele is largely couples doing a one-on-one getaway or visiting their kids at the University of Texas, which is a short stroll away. — Concierge

Hotel Ella fills a void in this location, providing exceptional style and service within walking distance to some of the city's most popular sights. — Star Service

One of Austin’s most gracious historic landmarks, a stay at Hotel Ella allows guests to step back in time to the life of a wealthy turn-of-the-19th-century family. — The Telegraph

Items from the Wooten and her husband Goddall’s personal archive can be seen in in the lobby. — Condé Nast Traveler

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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 →

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

The Chateau Marmont of Texas, with a great minibar. — Bon Appétit

Named after the patron saint of music and poetry, the Hotel Saint Cecilia mixes Southern comfort with rock ’n’ roll style. — Afar Magazine

This former estate has rechristened itself as a hotel of the highest order. It takes its name from the patron saint of music and poetry. — BlackBook

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

W Austin

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

Instead of embracing Lone Star iconography like so many other local institutions (either ironically or otherwise), the aggressively urban W lives by an anything-but-Western imperative. — Condé Nast Traveler

The W Hotel is Austin's answer to excellent service in a very urban-chic environment. — Fodor's

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

With a terrific Second Street location adjacent to the new home of Austin City Limits, the W Austin offers a hip retreat for music lovers. — Gayot

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

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Travaasa Austin

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

About 20 miles northwest of downtown Austin, Travaasa bills itself as an "experiential resort and spa." — Travel + Leisure

It's far from the city's downtown core, but that's probably why most guests are looking to stay here. — Oyster

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

Travaasa Spa & Resort has a fresh image of wellness and luxury that artfully mingles the beauty of the Hill Country with rustic architecture and lush native landscaping. — Fodor's

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

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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 →

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

The location is ideal: one block from 6th Street, four blocks from the Capitol, and next door to the historic Paramount Theater. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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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 →

Austin's only real full-service resort -- one that caters to business travelers, couples, singles, and families alike -- Barton Creek would stand out even if it weren't alone. — Frommer's

Visitors who'd prefer nocturnal solitude over the late-night rowdiness of downtown Austin should consider this tranquil resort. — Concierge

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 312-room Barton Creek Resort is sprawled across lovely grounds centered within three golf courses in the hills west of downtown Austin. — Oyster

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 →

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

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

On Lady Bird Lake near Auditorium Shores, the hotel has great views of the water and downtown skyline. — Fodor's

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

The service here is not as well-tailored to the individual as that at the Omni, but low rates and a scenic location do offer value and convenience for a good mix of business and leisure guests. — Star Service

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Heywood Hotel

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

This seven-room hotel, situated in an intimate Craftsman-style house in the up-and-coming East Austin area, lives up to its "unique boutique" billing. — Oyster

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

If you're coming to Austin ready to eat...the Heywood, opened by George Reynolds and Kathy Setzer in 2012, puts you within walking distance of some amazing East Austin restaurants. — Travel + Leisure

Its mess-with-convention vibe reflects the ethos of the gritty neighborhood of galleries, taquerias, and cafés. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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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 →

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

This stylish boutique hotel in South Austin has only five guest rooms, and caters to guests looking for a truly private and relaxing hideaway. — Oyster

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

Design pioneers Charles and Ray Eames would feel right at home at this artful and sleek hotel: It evokes their modern, yet friendly and livable aesthetic. — Travel + Leisure

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

Omni Austin Hotel Downtown

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

You're the master of your domain atop the rooftop of this downtown sky-kisser. — BlackBook

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

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

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

Due to its downtown location, this hotel attracts a large corporate clientele. — Gayot

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Hilton Austin

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

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

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

Everything about this 800-room convention center behemoth is Texas size. — Lonely Planet

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

Ready-for-prime-time player may stick out like a sore thumb in this historic downtown neighborhood, but it is a standout for both business and leisure travelers who benefit from the central location. — Star Service

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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 →

'Garage-sale chic' is the unifying factor at this wonderfully funky motel that embodies the spirit of the 'Keep Austin Weird 'movement. — Lonely Planet

Long favored by cost-conscious artists and musicians, it's charming and hip without feeling pretentious. — Concierge

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

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

This isn’t a motel masquerading as a Turkish steam bath. It’s just got a mad sense of humor to go with its mad South Congress Ave. location. — BlackBook

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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 →

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

Boasting an "ideal" location with "easy access to Downtown", this Southeast Austin luxury property caters to the suit-and-tie crowd. — Zagat

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

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

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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 →

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

The hotel's 188 suites are spacious with tasteful, if generic, contemporary decor, and come with separate living and sleeping areas, and kitchenettes with full-size fridges and dishwashers. — Oyster

This hotel is tucked in the heart of downtown. It is just two blocks from the State Capitol and four blocks from the University of Texas. — Gayot

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

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

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from $181

The Westin Austin at The Domain

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

"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 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

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

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

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Lone Star Court

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

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

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

Texas retro is the theme, and amenities include a pool, fire pits, a courtyard and a food-truck court. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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