The Austin Area
Discover a convenient hub for all your needs at our hotel. You’ll arrive to a friendly welcome from our courteous staff. After waking up in a comfortable room, start your day with a selection of tasty and healthy choices at our free Bright Side Breakfast® or take a dip in outdoor swimming pool. Conveniently in the heart of downtown we have easy access to all popular area attractions: Sixth Street Dining and Entertainment District, West End Shops and restaurants, a local brewery, the Convention Center, Texas State Capitol, Governor's Mansion, and Texas State History Museum.
Known for its music, arts and technology festivals (and called the Live Music Capital of the World with over 250 venues) Austin has all kinds of history and culture to explore. It is also home to more than 50 public swimming pools and numerous swimming spots including Barton Springs, a 68-degree swimming hole, and has received awards for their National Parks. Cheer on the University of Texas Longhorns, and see why they are one of the favorite teams of Texans. The Capitol itself is also a popular tourist destination.
Hotel Services and Amenities
After a restful night’s sleep in one of our comfortable rooms, the free Bright Side Breakfast awaits. Every room features an alarm clock and coffeemaker to help get you up and about and meeting rooms are available for business. Unwind at the end of the day with a new flat-panel TV and 30 HD channels or set your laptop on the desk and connect to free Wi-Fi. You can also utilize our valet parking and year round outdoor pool. Our friendly staff makes every effort to ensure a tranquil stay and accommodate special requests.
Austin Capital Attractions
The Live Music Capitol of the World has over 250 venues and numerous festivals through the year such as Austin City Limits and SXSW. Although there are no major league sports teams, fans love to root on the University of Texas Longhorns. If motorsports are your game, check out V8 Supercar Series at Circuit of the Americas. Great summer activities include the Austin Ice Cream Festival or Barton Springs, a 68-degree swimming hole. You can even tour the city in a "six-wheel-drive", an amphibious six-wheel drive military power vehicle. And, as the sun goes down, watch millions of bats take flight from the Congress Avenue Bridge. For other kinds of night owls, the Sixth Street Dining and Entertainment District, as well as West End Shops and restaurants, are all nearby. The State Capitol, Austin Steam Train, LBJ Wildflower Center, Austin Children's Museum, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and more are all just a short walk or drive away.