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Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin Downtown

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

Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin Downtown is a large, multi-story hotel with 413 guest rooms located in Austin’s central business district. — Oyster

This informal riverside hotel has an attractive outdoor pool patio with prime views of Lady Bird Lake and Congress Avenue Bridge sunset bat flights. — Fodor's

It puts you right on the water and upstairs from the hiking and biking trail around Lady Bird Lake. — Lonely Planet

Starbucks and T.G.I. Friday's are near. As in onsite. If that isn't comfort enough, your Sleep Number bed will make up the difference. — BlackBook

Tourists and business travelers alike appreciate this Downtown chain link with "unique" fish tanks in the lobby and an "excellent" location, overlooking Austin's famous bat bridge. — Zagat

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JW Marriott Austin

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

This 34-storey hotel exudes sleek modernity, with a sophisticated yet welcoming vibe. — The Telegraph

They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and the JW Marriott Austin is no exception. — Gayot

Guest rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with dark, elegant wood furniture and super-comfortable, “Revive” beds; and the rooftop pool bar offers an Instagram-worthy view of the city. — Condé Nast Traveler

This is a big, user-friendly convention hotel with a surprisingly service-oriented staff. Dining and lodgings get high marks. — Star Service

Featuring more than a thousand guest rooms and 120,000 square feet of meeting and event space in the heart of downtown. — Travel + Leisure

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The Westin Austin Downtown

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

Opened in July 2015, this 366-room hotel sits squarely in the center of the Live Music Capital of the World, just a few minutes' stroll from three of Austin's major entertainment districts. — Condé Nast Traveler

One of Austin’s newest hotels, with a distinct Austin vibe, modern elegance and an open, welcoming ambience. — The Telegraph

The highest hotel pool in the city sits atop the Westin's new downtown Austin locale. — Travel + Leisure

This nicely outfitted, reliable hotel enjoys a lively downtown location. — Gayot

Located on the ground floor of Downtown's Westin Hotel, Stella San Jac pays homage to Southern cuisine with a menu inspired both by chef Michael Cerrie's family cooking and local dishes. — Zagat

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South Congress Hotel

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

Austinites take their staycations at this boutique hotel, a smallish property that somehow squeezes four eateries, two bars, several shops and a pool into its stylish footprint. — Lonely Planet

This is a lively, hip and swanky hotel in the vibrant SoCo district. — The Telegraph

With 83 cool, minimalist-chic rooms, Paul Qui’s Otoko, Café No Sé, Central Standard, Sunroom Boutique, and a rooftop pool, South Congress Hotel is the spot to be. — On the Grid

This trendy, 83-room boutique opened in 2015 and has made a name for itself thanks to its stunning design and excellent location on Austin’s bustling South Congress Avenue. — Oyster

Don’t let the tablet-toting, coffee-chugging VCs in the lobby spook you: This outstanding new hotel is the best place to tap into Austin’s addictive energy. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt

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

Swanky, laidback lobby, brushed in bronze and bedecked in light fixtures made from repurposed trumpets, is coolly reminiscent of a backroom blues club, with similarly musical riffs echoed throughout. — Condé Nast Traveler

This downtown Austin hotel encourages visitors to relax or rock out with amenities for every mood. — Gayot

The chic Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt has a pure Austin vibe, with an energy as a prime hotspot in the city. — The Telegraph

Named for legendary Austin guitarist Townes Van Zandt, this music-focused property on the edge of Rainey Street oozes Kimpton sophistication. — Travel + Leisure

Named for Texas singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt, this Kimpton property impresses with the details. — Lonely Planet

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AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center

Downtown & University 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Business travelers, conference attendees, and a host of visiting relatives (in town for UT graduations) frequent this relatively new addition to the University of Texas campus. — Fodor's

Bright, clean, and traditional, the AT&T Hotel & Conference Center is a well-appointed property that serves the needs of both business and leisure travelers. — Oyster

This swanky hotel on the UT campus is perfect for alums who want to relive their college days but in much higher style. — Lonely Planet

It's not only conferees who appreciate the "first-rate" facilities at this "immaculate" University of Texas campus business hotel, where the 40,000 sq. ft. of meeting space is "great". — Zagat

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. — Travel + Leisure

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Sheraton Austin at the Capitol

Downtown & University 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You couldn't sleep last night. You were clogged with a gnarly combo of ragweed and pollen. Didn't they tell you Claritin is powerless to Central Texas allergens? You switch hotels when... — BlackBook

The Sheraton is a good deal. It's 5 blocks east of the capitol and within easy walking distance of downtown and the university campus. — Frommer's

The chain's Sweet Sleeper bedding is available in all rooms, with pillow-top mattresses, layers of soft linens, and a mix of firm and cushy pillows. — Star Service

Thanks to its location near the State Capitol, this 365-room hotel primarily attracts a corporate clientele. — Gayot

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Renaissance Austin Hotel

North Austin 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Granted, conventions pay the bills here, but leisure travelers take advantage of low weekend rates and resorty recreational options and pampering staff. — Star Service

Anchoring the upscale Arboretum mall on Austin's northwest side, the Renaissance caters to business travelers visiting nearby high-tech firms. — Frommer's

The enormous, skylit lobby of this hotel—connected to the upscale Arboretum shopping center—is an eccentric mix of Victorian-style street lamps, crystal chandeliers, and giant mobiles. — Fodor's

Apple. Dell. IBM. All clients you're scheduled to visit on this business trip. But locations change once their execs hear you're staying at this Brave New World. — BlackBook

This ten-story hotel is a cornerstone of the Austin Arboretum, an upscale collection of more than 50 specialty boutiques and restaurants. — Gayot

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Hampton Inn & Suites Austin Downtown

Downtown & University 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This conventioneer hotel is a cut above average. The rooms are ample and comfortable, decorated in an understated mix of modern and traditional -- a bit bland. — Frommer's

Bringing a New Orleans flavor to the Texas Capitol, this hotel enjoys a prime location in the heart of all the action. — Gayot

The mid-range, 209-room Hampton Inn & Suites Austin Downtown is a block from the Austin Convention Center and an easy walk to other attractions. — Oyster

This is downtown. Sophistication comes with the real estate. And at a fraction of the price. — BlackBook

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Habitat Suites Hotel

North Austin 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel was designed to support ecological consciousness; the photovoltaic system powers about 20% of its energy. — Travel + Leisure

Not the best location, but it is the only 100% green hotel in A-town. — Not For Tourists

Native flowering plants, organic vegetable gardens, and fruit-bearing trees surround this environmentally friendly lodging. — Fodor's

This hotel just might represent the future of green businesses... Staying here also means healthful food choices for breakfast. — Frommer's

Likely one of the best kept secrets in Austin lodging, this 96-room property offers the spaciousness of apartment living with the convenience of a hotel. — Gayot

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Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Austin

Austin 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 1983-vintage hotel turns its back on the rat race of nearby I–35 and transports guests to a surprisingly convincing Spanish colonial world. — Fodor's

Two miles north of the university...is this large, five-story hotel decorated in the style of a Mexican hacienda. ... Guest quarters are airy and spacious, if a bit dull. — Frommer's

The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Austin is a three-and-a-half-pearl chain hotel with surprisingly chic, individual style — Oyster

Staffers are casual and pleasant at this friendly property, where the staff is about as sweet as the cookies at check-in. Don't expect luxury. This place is all about moderate rates and convenience. — Star Service

Originally a La Mansion hotel, this 350-room DoubleTree maintains its predecessor's Spanish colonial-style. — Gayot

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Holiday Inn Austin-Town Lake

East Austin 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The mid-range Holiday Inn is a safe, if unexciting, bet for travelers on a budget. — Oyster

The most upscale Holiday Inn in Austin, this high-rise hotel is situated on the north shore of Lady Bird Lake, at the edge of downtown, and just off I-35. — Frommer's

Overlooking Town Lake, this high-rise hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Austin, adjacent to the Town Lake hike and bike trail. — DK Eyewitness

Set on the south shore of Town Lake, this 320-room hotel is a popular venue for brides and grooms. — Gayot

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Archer Hotel Austin

Austin 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the constantly evolving Domain Northside entertainment and shopping district, Archer Hotel Austin is a newly opened ode to this city — rustic but thoroughly modern. — Forbes Travel Guide

With a nod to its Texas heritage, the Archer mixes the eclectic, creative soul of Austin with a Texas-chic style — The Telegraph

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Austin Folk House Bed and Breakfast

Downtown & University 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This unique B&B offers the laidback style of Austin with all the personal comforts of a bed and breakfast. — Gayot

You get the best of both worlds at this appealing B&B that combines old-time charm with new plumbing. — Frommer's

One part gallery, one part B&B... The rooms are comfortable (though some are a little fussy) and it's right in the bustling West Campus area. — Lonely Planet

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Hostelling International Austin

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just 2.5 miles from downtown, this 47-bed hostel is located on a shady street right on the shore of Lady Bird Lake. — Lonely Planet

Bargain rates right on Lady Bird Lake. No curfew and most of the young guests head out to 6th St at night. Dorm beds start at $25. — Rough Guide

Located right on the trail, with great views of Lady Bird Lake, this hostel has all the things you'd expect (onsite laundry rooms, a kitchen, free Wi-Fi), as well as a few you wouldn't. — Frommer's

Hostel on the river- almost always has vacancies. — Not For Tourists

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Adams House Bed and Breakfast

North Austin 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the heart of the historic Hyde Park, this two-story, colonial revival-style home is convenient for a variety of restaurants and gathering places. — Fodor's

The Hyde Park neighborhood location of this B&B gives guests the feeling of being a local resident. — Gayot

The house is beautifully furnished and has a friendly, open feel due to its 12-foot ceilings. ... All the rooms are lovely, but the nicest is the suite with a...four-poster bed and a sun porch. — Frommer's

Built in 1911, this bed and breakfast with four guest rooms is an Austin Historic Landmark. — Travel + Leisure

On a quiet corner in historic Hyde Park, the Adams House will have you feeling like a local resident in no time. — Lonely Planet

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aloft Austin at the Domain

Austin 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern chic furniture in whimsical earth tones set the ambient stage for ultra hip lounging at aloft. — Gayot

This trendy offshoot of the W provides more basic, Euro-chic accommodations that placate the sensibility of the brand’s up-and-coming urban audience. — Fodor's

This budget Starwood Hotels (Westin) property, inspired by the W Hotel chain, is a great option for young business travelers on a budget. — Frommer's

I'm a big fan of Starwood's modern, hip and reasonably priced Aloft chain. — Travel + Leisure

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Star of Texas Inn

Downtown & University 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A charming bastion of historic hospitality sits just off UT campus, amid the otherwise lackluster surroundings of student apartments and frat houses. — Fodor's

This B&B...has friendly perks for the business traveler as well as upscale amenities. ... Rooms vary quite a bit in size and layout. — Frommer's

The buttercup-yellow building in the bustling West Campus area started as a private residence, spent some time as a fraternity house, and has now been outfitted with claw-foot tubs and... — Lonely Planet

A welcome feature is a private bath in all rooms, many with a clawfoot tub (and shower) to the delight of those who enjoy a relaxing soak at the end of the day. — Gayot

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Embassy Suites by Hilton Austin - Downtown/Town Lake

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Families are a major focus... The majority of the lodgings are small suites with one or two beds, a pull out couch and a microwave and minifridge. Big enough for your small army. — Lonely Planet

Embassy Suites by Hilton Austin - Downtown/Town Lake makes a strong showing amongst Austin’s array of upper-middle-range hotels with its fashionable lobby, spacious rooms, and excellent freebies. — Oyster

The convenience and spaciousness of suites draws travelers to this centrally located property. — Gayot

Location is everything at this central hotel, just south of Lady Bird Lake and the surrounding hike and bike trail. — Fodor's

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 famous "Bat Bridge." — Travel + Leisure

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Hilton Garden Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum

North Austin 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The mid-range Hilton Garden Inn Austin Northwest/Arboretum is about 20 minutes from downtown Austin and a short drive to restaurants and shops. — Oyster

Contemporary flair and comfort can both be had in Austin'€™s Golden Triangle. — Gayot

Business travelers and some short-term leisure travelers patronize this five-story hotel in suburban, shopaholic Northwest Austin. — Fodor's

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