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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. Known for her... Full review →The well-connected owners pride themselves on making guests feel just as pampered as Ella might have, with perks like a free town car service—even though the hotel is within walking distance of downtown—and a concierge team for whom no request is too much.
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.
Items from the Wooten and her husband Goddall’s personal archive can be seen in in the lobby. Full review →
History and modern amenities come together in this exquisite boutique hotel near the southern edge of UT's main campus. Full review →
The property formerly known as The Mansion at Judges’ Hill underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation and reopened as Hotel Ella in September 2013. Full review →
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. Full review →
Greek Revival in style, the Goodall Wooten Mansion was built at the turn of the twentieth century. Full review →
An 1898 Greek Revival mansion fresh off a top-to-bottom makeover, with contemporary rooms in central Austin. Full review →
This stately building is hands-down the most photogenic B&B in town.
Hotel Ella is closed for renovations through September 1, 2013. We are in the process of updating our review. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
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