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Red Roof PLUS Austin South - Austin Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$75

Red Roof PLUS Austin South

4701 S I 35, Austin - Map
 
 
"Nice. Was near the airport "
Rooms clean. Pool was nice. Staff was very nice. We will stay there again
Traveller from Cleveland Oh
Red Roof PLUS+ Austin South offers a budget-friendly stay on highway I-35, a 20-minute drive from vibrant downtown Austin …More
Days Inn Austin Crossroads - Austin Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Days Inn Austin Crossroads

820 E Anderson Ln, Austin - Map
 
 
"Decent For A Night"
This hotel is decent if you get it at a cheaper rate. The employee at the front desk was friendly and answered all of my questions adequately when I arrived. The hotel itself is in need of serious updating. The rugs in the halls show clear signs of aging. The housekeeping staff did their best to clean the room, but it was a bit dingy nonetheless. The rug was frayed in one part because of its age. The air conditioner worked, but it had a displeasing odor. The walls needed a fresh coat of paint and was chipping in one spot. Otherwise, the bed was comfortable, the room had a safe and they served a pretty good breakfast in the morning. I wasn't a fan of the neighborhood, but the hotel premise itself was fine.
Traveller from New Jersey
Situated in Austin, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from North Cross Mall and within 6 mi (10 km) of LBJ Presidential Library …More
Motel 6 Austin - Midtown - Austin Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$60

Motel 6 Austin - Midtown

7100 I 35 N, Austin - Map
 
 
"Roomy and neat"
There is a restaurant within the property. Convenient Stores within a walking distance. rty.
A Traveller
Situated in Austin, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Elisabet Ney Museum, Norris Conference Centers, and North Cross Mall …More
Casulo Hotel - Austin Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$189

Casulo Hotel

3017 South I35, Austin - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel right on I-35 at 71"
Large clean room, hotel appears to be from a chain of lesser hotels that has been renovated and upgraded. Lobby and rooms have an Asian flair. Free breakfast and internet made our stay that much more pleasant.
A Traveller
Situated near the airport, this boutique hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Austin Department of Veterans Affairs and Mabel …More
Archer Hotel Austin - Austin Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Archer Hotel Austin

3121 Palm Way, Austin - Map
 
 
Situated in Austin, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from The Domain and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from St. David's North Austin Medical …More
Gateway Guesthouse - Austin Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Gateway Guesthouse

1001 E Riverside Dr., Austin - Map
 
 
Located in the heart of Austin, this bed & breakfast is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge and …More
Hotel Ella - Austin Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Ella

1900 Rio Grande Street, Austin - Map
 
 
"Historic old mansion turned hotel in good location"
This boutique hotel located close to UT's campus and downtown is always a favorite. The staff is super friendly and personable and offer the kind of service that is getting harder to find these days...i.e. I forgot my phone charger and the lady at the front desk loaned me her personal one for the night. The mansion has restored rooms that make you feel like you are staying at your grandmother's house: eclectic furnishings and amenities, some which work and some that do not...
Traveller from Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
Located in the heart of Austin, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Caswell House and Bob Bullock Texas State …More
Ramada Austin Central - Austin Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$135

Ramada Austin Central

919 East Koenig Lane, Austin - Map
 
 
"Hotel in Rehab"
The dated construction is being actively rehabbed. Comfort & size of room is good, although some repairs were outstanding. The hot breakfast's variety and prep is very good. The AC thermostat required a maintenance call. Employee hospitality is friendly.
Traveller from Heartland, TX
This hotel is 2 miles from the University of Texas and 3 miles from downtown Austin and the convention center and 20 minutes …More
Hotel Granduca Austin - Austin Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$283

Hotel Granduca Austin

320 S. Capital of Texas Hwy, Bldg. B, Austin - Map
 
 
"BEST staycation!"
My daughter and I had the BEST staycation at the Hotel Granduca! The food is amazing, the rooms are a really nice size and the staff is so attentive! I cannot believe more people are not flocking to this gorgeous hotel!
Traveller from Austin
Situated in Austin, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve and Village at Westlake …More
La Quinta Inn Austin North - Austin Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

La Quinta Inn Austin North

7622 I-35 North, Austin - Map
 
 
"good location near barton spring "
Great place close to main areas of interest. Comfortable, clean, and friendly. Breakfast was delicious.
Traveller from dallas
Situated in Austin, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from North Cross Mall and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Elisabet Ney Museum. LBJ …More

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    Austin Hotel & Travel Guide

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    Things to Do in Austin

    Start your Austin adventure with breakfast at one of the city's many diners, serving up classic comfort food with a Texas twist, like chocolate bread pudding with bourbon, spicy omelets, and Tex-Mex migas, a glorious blend of eggs, veggies, cheese, and fried, chopped tortillas. If you haven’t yet used the oh-so-Southern expression “dadgum delightful!” you soon will. After you've fueled up, you’ll have plenty of energy for a day at one of the city's many attractions, such as the Austin Zoo. Bengal tigers playfully throw toys in the air and tiny capuchin monkeys vie for your attention at this popular treasure.

    It may be nearly sundown once you’re done marveling at the friendly zoo residents. Sunset in Austin is more than just beautiful—it’s also the perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the city's hottest after-hours destinations. Dance the night away at trendy nightlife spots like Barcelona on East Sixth Street. Jazz lovers can't miss the Elephant Room on Congress Avenue, which is a great place to relax with your favorite drink and enjoy soothing tunes from local performers.

    Eating and Drinking

    “Texas is a state of mind,” according to author John Steinbeck, and what better way to get into that state of mind than through the state’s incredible cuisine. Downtown is one of the best places to stay in Austin for foodies of all types. Of course that Texas stand-by, barbecue, is on offer, with all the smoky, saucy goodness you can dream of. Heading out from one of the <a href=""/Downtown-Austin-Austin-Hotels.0-n6059085-0.Travel-Guide-Filter-Hotels"">cheap hotels in downtown Austin will put you on the right track for a tour of downtown’s barbecue joints which is sure to get your mouth watering. Dine on pulled pork, brisket, and thick cornbread slices at a family-style picnic table, with live music to invigorate your experience and a cold beer to wash down your meal. Now that’s Texas livin’.

    True foodies know that variety is the spice of life. With hotels in downtown Austin, you are also just across the highway from one of the city’s most diverse food neighborhoods. A simple jaunt across highway 35 to East Sixth Street reveals a veritable playground of snacks and more. From Tex-Mex taco stands and gooey pizza to upscale French and classy cafes, this is a neighborhood you will return to again and again when the hunger hits.

    Day Trips from Austin

    When you begin to hear the call of the open road, rest assured you are in the perfect place to delve into all that the surrounding landscape has to offer. Playwright Larry King captured the essence of the Texas countryside when he wrote, “Under a high sky, all things are again possible and the wind blows free.” In the town of Wimberley, 40 miles southwest of Austin, there is one thing that is not just possible, but certain: excellent art. This artist’s haven is home to around 8 art galleries, including the largest in Central Texas. The array of watercolors, sculpture, and photography by local artists is impressive, so leave plenty of space in your trunk. You’re sure to journey back toward hotels in Austin with plenty of souvenirs in tow.

    When you picture a Texas getaway, you probably imagine big hats, cowboy boots, and good old-fashioned line dancing. You need to head to Gruene, a neighborhood of New Braunfels, 45 miles south. History buffs will love the original, 1840s architecture, refurbished cotton gins, and Victorian-style Gruene family mansion. But that isn’t this quaint village’s biggest draw: Texas’ oldest dance hall is here, and it’s ready for a boot-stomping good time.

    Green Spaces

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    If you seek a day spent in more active pastimes, enjoy the lush greenery along the Shoal Creek Hike and Bike Trail. The trail runs for 4 miles along the Colorado River, crossing over some of Austin’s most popular places for photos, such as the Lamar Street Pedestrian Bridge and the stunning modern engineering of the Long Center for the Performing Arts. Prefer to ascend to great heights? Climb the stairs to the top of Mount Bonnell for stunning 360-degree views and the most picture-perfect picnic areas in town. Can you see your Austin lodging from up here?

    In a city like Austin, you don’t have to choose between all the things you are passionate about. You’ll find every one of them here, from a uniquely delectable food scene to toe-tapping live music every night of the week. Travelocity offers everything from cheap hotels in Austin to <a href=""/Austin.d178234.Destination-Travel-Guides"">Austin vacation packages that offer you deals you wont find anywhere else. The only choice you do need to make is which one to book.

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