From the moment I walked in I could pick up on the cleanliness of the place. The front desk staff was very friendly. There were several guests in the lobby enjoying in friendly chat. Once in our room, the clean sheets stood out. The furniture was sparkling clean. Breakfast was inviting with egg omelets, Texas waffles, choice of juices, coffee, a variety of Danish bread, cereals. All in all a good hold over breakfast.
The staff went out of their way to assist us in mapping our dinner restaurant. Kudos to the front desk young man by the name of Lucasdale. He went beyond his call of duty by getting us pertinent information.
Traveller from Fort Worth and El Paso
The Sleep Inn and Suites is located near all of the area's attractions, businesses, restaurants and shops. The hotel offers …More
I can't complain about our stay. The room was cold and clean. There's nothing special about it but I didn't have any problems either. The stairs are pretty steep all around so if you have bad knees or older family members you definitely need the bottom floor. Breakfast was ok. For the price I'd stay there again if need be.
Bathroom sink didn't drain. They gave me a bottle of drano and I got it working. Hair and spent toilet paper roll behind bathroom door (makes you wonder how well they clean). But not the worst place I've ever stayed.
North of Austin, this Holiday Inn is less than 3 miles from downtown Round Rock, and is within 8 miles of the Inner Space …More
Although its founding is tied to cattle and railroads, Round Rock’s recent history has been rewritten from bedroom community to economic powerhouse. This suburb is home to Dell headquarters. The computer company’s visible imprint includes its 300-acre campus and the Dell Diamond minor-league baseball stadium. Its influence, however, extends to area tree planting and well-funded city parks.