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Austin Southpark Hotel
Austin Southpark Hotel
3.5 out of 5
4140 Governors Row, Austin, TX
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $112 per night from Nov 7 to Nov 7
4/5 Very Good! (1,579 reviews)
"I stay here when I come to Austin to see my daughter. Property around this hotel is being taking over by homeless. They have not approached me in parking lot and my vehicle has never been bothered. Hotel needs to update rooms and their wonderful swimming pool needs to be renovated. Staff is always ..."

Reviewed on Oct. 19, 2021

Austin Southpark Hotel
Hyatt Place Austin Downtown
Hyatt Place Austin Downtown
3 out of 5
211 E 3rd St, Austin, TX
Fully refundable
The price is CA $193 per night from Nov 7 to Nov 7
4.3/5 Excellent! (932 reviews)
"The Hotel itself was pretty nice. The staff was awesome!!! Very Friendly. The Location was great. I was disappointed with luke warm showers. They need to upgrade the water heaters. The TV and media was also disappointing. TVs arent equpped with any apps or way to stream. Music was $10 a day. Overall ..."

Reviewed on Oct. 13, 2021

Hyatt Place Austin Downtown
Embassy Suites Austin Central
Embassy Suites Austin Central
3.5 out of 5
5901 N I 35, Austin, TX
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $151 per night from Nov 20 to Nov 20
4/5 Very Good! (880 reviews)
"Excellent!"

Reviewed on Oct. 19, 2021

Embassy Suites Austin Central
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Austin Vacation Packages

The good life rides high in the saddle in Music City, where tattooed artists, foodies and celebrities come to check out what’s new.

Austin is an outpost of alternative culture in the middle of Texas. It is the self-titled Live Music Capital of the World. In this college town, you’ll find an eclectic range of music venues, galleries and theaters. Austin also hosts plenty of festivals, such as South by Southwest, an annual film, art and music showcase attended by bohemian artists, techie geeks, and celebrities from around the world.

Austin’s cultural evolution began at the beautiful Paramount Theatre, which opened in 1915 and is still Downtown’s entertainment hub. It originally hosted vaudevillian acts and silent films, and today you can catch a play, musical or blues performance almost any day of the week. Walk a few blocks to the Texas State Capitol, a National Historic Landmark situated on one of Austin’s highest points. 

A little further north of Downtown you’ll find a handful of great attractions at the University of Texas. Explore four floors of natural history at the Texas Memorial Museum, including fascinating fossil records. Learn about thousands of native plants at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. The Blanton Museum of Art has more than 17,000 pieces, including works from masters like Rubens and one of the oldest and largest collections of Latin American art in the country. Across the street is the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum where artifacts and exhibits tell the “Story of Texas.” 

The Austin Museum of Art has two locations: the Jones Center in Downtown Austin and five miles away is Laguna Gloria a 1916 villa set in beautiful grounds near Lake Austin.

There’s more green space in the heart of Austin at the Zilker Metropolitan Park on the banks of the Colorado River near Downtown. Here you can stroll through the Zilker Botanical Garden, swim in the three-acre (one-hectare) Barton Springs Pool and take a canoe out on Town Lake. 

Other attractions for nature lovers lie just outside the city. Hike, picnic and fish at McKinney Falls State Park, a 20-minute drive from Downtown Austin. At the Austin Zoo, families can enjoy the antics of more than 300 animals. 

Back in the city center, get to know Downtown Austin on foot. You’ll find dozens of boutiques, bars, cafes and restaurants. Dig into some traditional Southern soul food at Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill, a juicy burger at Hut’s Hamburgers, or brunch at the Old Pecan Street Cafe. In the evenings, wander down historic Sixth Street and settle in at one of the intimate live music venues like Momo's or The Parish Room. Close by, on the corner of East 8th Street and Red River Street, is one of the city’s most-loved venues, Stubb's Bar-B-Q. Not only will you hear cutting-edge alternative music, but there’s also mouth-watering barbequed ribs, fried green tomatoes and ice-cold beer.

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