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Austin's most renowned hotel, The Driskill is stylishly grand and opulent. It has recently had the mother of all makeovers. It is an ideal abode because of its proximity to both the corporate as well as the entertainment districts of Austin. The rooms are splendid; each of the 205 guestrooms have been done up in turn-of-the-century Victorian design. If you spend the night look out for the supernatural, some claim this hotel is haunted. Take a walk down the beautiful lobby bedecked with hand-made marble, hand-painted ceilings and a custom-made stained glass dome. Such luxury is hard to leave behind!
The W Hotel in Austin is a great choice for those who want to indulge. The offered amenities include a business center, a spa, a pool, a gym, and a cocktail bar serving light dishes. Pets are welcome at this stylish establishment. It's conveniently located in the Second Street neighborhood of Austin, meaning that whether you're looking to see some great music, or experience the best of Austin's cuisine, you won't have to go far.
The Inn at Pearl Street, built in 1896, is a beautiful example of Greek Revival architecture. Chosen as a Designer Showcase, the eclectic interior is as exquisite as the tree-shaded exterior. There are four rooms inside as well as a carriage house available for let, each with a different theme such as Gothic or Oriental. Each room has its own special features, such as a jacuzzi, parlor or private balcony. The Inn is situated at the intersection of Pearl Street and MLK Jr. Boulevard, but its serene atmosphere makes it feel far removed from the bustling nearby campus.
Intimate and chic, this East Austin hotel delights guests with its home-away-from-home vibe and modern amenities. The vibrant art scene synonymous with East Austin is clearly reflected in the designs of this boutique seven-room property. From the longleaf pinewood floors, to the artwork adorning the pastel walls to the rooftop courtyard, every element intertwines perfectly to create a retro pied-à-terre in the heart of the art district. While each of the seven bedrooms is swathed in amenities like internet jukebox, coffee service and designer toiletries, the Queen Balcony on the second floor surpasses the others with its private balcony. Book ahead to experience one of world's best new hotels of 2013 (Conde Nast Traveler).
This Hill Country facility offers luxury accommodations, an Executive Center, four 18-hole golf courses and a spa. Its setting, in the beautiful hills of West Austin, showcases spectacular views and peaceful surroundings. A club for children offers story time, outdoor recreation, games and art projects. Kids are welcome to attend while their parents are on club property. Whether you're with your family or by yourself, guests are invited to explore the nature trail. Spa facilities are luxurious, offering pampering treatments.
Nestled along the shores of Lake Austin in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Lake Austin Spa Resort offers a world-class destination spa experience with the casual elegance and warmth of a best friend’s lake house. With just 40 guest rooms, the intimate size allows the resort to fulfill an ongoing commitment to their guests: to provide a respite from stress with healthful rejuvenation for the mind, body and spirit. Whether you choose to participate in daily fitness classes and discovery programs, spend the day relaxing with a spa treatment or simply unwind in one of the lakeside hammocks, you’ll see why Lake Austin Spa Resort has consistently been voted one of the top destination spas in the world, including #1 in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2010 Spa Poll and Top 10 in Travel + Leisure’s 2010 World’s Best Awards. Packages are available for three nights and onwards.
This collection of villas, each with its own Texas style, is perfect for a romantic getaway or your corporate retreat. Every room overlooks the lake, with many offering balconies. Golfers will enjoy the convenience of three golf courses located nearby and wine lovers will be close enough to walk to the Slaughter/Leftwich winery.
Guest rooms here feature beautiful views from balconies or patios overlooking Lake Travis. There are 239 lake-view rooms or suites, sixteen rooms with a fireplace and three presidential suites. Visitors may dine at The Travis Restaurant, and boat cruises are available with cocktail and dinner service. Weddings and holiday parties are often booked here, as are many meetings and seminars, due to its deluxe conference facilities.