Madrid, Ruidoso, Silver City and so many more.
When it comes to the bizarre, this Texas city has its fair share of wonderfully weird places.
What has made Austin popular for so many years is its small-town feel. And even though the city is no longer small, it still features an array of boutique hotels and shops. Below is a list of some of our favorite small-time operations.
Austin is known more as being a hotel kind of city, but it still features a handful of motels, old and new, for the budget-conscious traveler.
There is no shortage of hotels located in and around Downtown Austin’s iconic Sixth Street. Whether you’re looking for comfort, class modish or luxury, there’s something for everybody in the heart of the Capital City.
Once upon a time, Austin was a scrappy city. Luxury accommodations were few and far between. But with the increase of new residents and tourists, it’s now more common to find hotels that cater to those who can afford a little extra.
Mixed-use community The Domain—located 11 miles north of Downtown Austin—once started as an outdoor mall but has quickly grown into a small city. Filled with glitzy condos, high-end eateries, top-of-the-line boutiques and manicured streets, this area is a great substitute for Downtown Austin.
Some of Austin’s best hotels are in the downtown area. Whether you’re looking for luxury, casual, modern or traditional, there is something for everyone in the vibrant and bustling epicenter of The Capital City.
Since Austin is located in Texas, many of its hotels feature an eclectic country and western style. But now with the city booming, it’s not uncommon to spot a super-sleek modern accommodation offering all the amenities a contemporary traveler needs. Here are some of our favorite modern-style hotels.
Austin has its fair share of spas, which is no surprise since it is located in the lush and tranquil Texas Hill Country. Most spas are located in either Downtown Austin or out in the country, and they can greatly range in price. Below is a list of some of our favorite spas, all with different features