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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 →

You can'€™t ask for a better location than this, right on Congress Avenue with Lady Bird Lake and the Congress Avenue Bridge just behind. — Gayot

This 413-room hotel is ideally located in the heart of downtown and overlooks Congress Bridge, where Austin’s famous bat population emerges every evening at sunset. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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

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JW Marriott Austin

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

The Westin Austin Downtown is a four-pearl property that’s a prime example of the Westin chain brand. — Oyster

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

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

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South Congress Hotel

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

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

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

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

The South Congress' 83 rooms embody a modern and masculine spirit (exposed concrete, brown leather, oversize windows). — Travel + Leisure

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 →

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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 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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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

8 miles east of the Austin Bergstrom International Airport, this first generation Embassy Suites is a solid pick for midrange travelers looking for added space in the heart of the city. — Star Service

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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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

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Wyndham Garden Austin

Boulder Creek, Zilker & Travis Heights 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This five-story hotel 3 mi south of downtown is an impressive sight from the highway, with its stone-and-whitewashed-yellow facade with "lone stars" everywhere. — Fodor's

This property is tucked farther back from I-35 than many other highway hotels, making it relatively quieter than some of its neighbors. — Gayot

Mid-range Wyndham Garden Austin is located in South Austin, near St. Edward's University and a 10-minute drive from Austin Convention Center and South Congress restaurants. — Oyster

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