Starting Rate: $260 Priced recently for Aug 31 - Sep 3, 2017
The Hotel finished a multimillion dollar renovation of all guestrooms, suites and public areas in March of 2013. Affectionately known as the Stephen F, this Austin luxury hotel is ideally placed on Congress Avenue. The unique Art Deco fa ade is a famous Austin landmark and has been part of the city scene for more than 60 years. At the heart of the culture capital of Texas, this Austin luxury hotel is just blocks from art museums, the state capitol and right next door to Paramount Theatre.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Time Zone: GMT
Converters/ Voltage adaptors
Computer, Connecting rooms, Trouser/Pant press, Rollaway bed
Connecting rooms, Trouser/Pant press, Sofa bed
The Roaring Fork's wood fired cooking captures the spirit of bold American cuisine, creating flavors that crackle with a rugged edge.
Thirty minutes from downtown Austin, the Salt Lick is a Central Texas world renowned BBQ spot. Country roads deliver you to a sprawling rustic setting where you will enjoy recipes that date back to the wagon trains of the 1800s. Enjoy fresh lemonade and
Fixe boasts a warm, inviting atmosphere, fantastic wine list and mouth watering menu of upscale southern cuisine including fresh, piping hot biscuits and a lobster & crawfish pot pie. A short 10 minute walk from the hotel in the heart of the Warehouse Di
Visit the Stephen F bar located on the 2nd level of the hotel for fabulous cocktails and an outside terrace with views of downtown and the beautiful Texas State Capitol.
Ballroom with French doors leading to outdoor terrace overlooking Historic Congress Avenue
Rectangular room, very private with Antique Mirrors on each end of room
Executive Boardroom with high ceiling, wood floor and French doors leading to outdoor terrace, overlooking 7th Street
Fitness center on-site
South Congress Avenue, known as "SoCo", is a collection of shops, boutiques, bars, restaurants and streamers, featuring local Austin food as well as clothing, jewelery, antiques, souvenirs and other fun items. "Lucy in Disguise" has every costume imaginab
This north Austin Shopping area was developed over the course of the past 5 years. Conveniently located at the intersection of Loop 1 and US183, it is easily accessible and offers impeccable restaurants and luxury shops anchored by Neiman Marcus, Macys an
The Second Street District in downtown Austin is a unique area of Austin s local scene. With upscale shops and fashionable sidewalk cafes and restaurants on the street level, and apartments and condominium towers above. Also home to famous Austin City Li
Barton Creek Square Mall, a fully enclosed mall with more than 180 specialty retailers and anchor stores Nordstrom, Dillard's, Macy*s, JCPenney, and Sears. Enjoy shopping at stores you know and love, like Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Aveda, Banana Rep
Downtown district often called the design district. This quaint neighborhood features shopping, restaurants, galleries, and antique stores. The hub of this district is the intersection of West 6th Street and North Lamar Boulevard; here you will find the
Austin offers many options for Golfing - see your Concierge for assistance booking tee times
Take a beautiful drive up to Fredericksburg, past the Hill Country vineyards. Fredericksburg offers a unique shopping experience with many antique and boutique shops. If you are there for dinner be sure to eat at the Hill Top Cafe.
Tip: Pan for real gems and minerals just like the old-timers panned for gold. You keep what you find, and they can help you identify your gemstones. Visit the Inner Space Caverns for a glimpse of the underground life of central Texas: stalactites, stal
Just a one hour drive South of Austin, San Antonio offers the famous and beautiful Riverwalk, the Alamo and San Antonio MIssions National Historic Park. Family attractions include Sea World, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Brackenridge Park and the San Antonio Z
Closed for renovations until November 2016 Located across the street from the hotel on Congress Avenue
The Texas State Capitol is located only 3 blocks from the hotel. Take a tour on your own or with a guide to view the Senate and House of Representative chambers. The beautiful lanscaped grounds of the State Capitol are a tranquil respite in the heart of b
Austin Overtures runs a 90-minute tour of over 30 major historical and cultural points in the Austin area. Guests travel in a climate-controlled, nine-passenger Mercedes.
Located on the University of Texas Campus, the UT/Harry Ransom Center houses collections of 20th Century British, American and French literature, photography and visual arts. Drop in to see the first photograph ever taken, one of the Gutenberg Bibles and
The largest urban Mexican Freetail bat colony in North America reside under the Congress Avenue bridge and from Spring to Fall, take off in a show of black swirls near sunset each evening. Capital Cruises offers daily cruises to watch the bats from Ma
Rent a bike or jog down Austin's Hike and Bike Trail. The trail runs eight and a half miles aside the beautiful Towne Lake.
Tip: Ask the concierge for details about special events such as the Tarantino Film Festival and celebrity guest appearances. Not your average movie theater, the Drafthouse is Austin's only independently owned and operated movie theater. You can have di
Within Zilker Park lies one of the crown jewels of Austin, Barton Springs Pool. Three acres in size, it is fed from underground springs and is, on average, 68F year-round. The pool is home to fish, turtles and the famously embattled Barton Springs salaman
Tip: Open daily from 5am to 10pm. Opened in the 1850s, this is the oldest tourist attraction in Austin. Ninety-nine steps take you to the top of Mount Bonnell, where you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the city skyline, Lake Austin and the surroundin
For two weeks in March, the rodeo comes to town. Events include: steer wrestling, team roping, mutton bustin' for the kids, livestock and horse show, a carnival and bands performing nightly.
Auditorium Shores is the place to catch the fireworks on the Fourth of July and the hub of Austin's most popular hike-and-bike trail. A statue of Austin's favorite lost son, Stevie Ray Vaughan, the legendary guitarist who died in a 1990 helicopter crash,
Tip: Tours are available by reservation only through the Texas Union Information Center. The observation deck of the UT Tower offers a breathtaking view of the UT Campus and the Austin area. It has recently reopened to the public for the first time in
Beautiful Zilker Park sits on Ladybird Lake just 2 miles from the hotel & is the site of many Austin festivals including ACL Music Festival every Fall that spans 2 full weekends. ACL attracts thousands of music enthusiasts from around the world as Zilk
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