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Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Star Rating 3        
2200 South I-35

A a 3-mile drive from the Austin Convention Center, Lady Bird Lake and downtown Austin, this modern hotel is 4.4 miles from UT Austin.The rooms and suites have workstations, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, microwaves and minifridges.
Value Place Hotel Braker Lane Austin Star Rating 1        
11105 N I-35

WoodSpring Suites Austin North I-35 is located in Austin and offers free Wi-Fi. It features traditional rooms with a private bathroom and a kitchenette.There are a range of facilities on offer to guests of the hotel, including a vending machine and laundry facilities.
Soco Spaces        
1101 Reagan Terrace

Soco Spaces provides a comfortable setting while in Austin. It also features free Wi-Fi and a BBQ/picnic area.Soco Spaces provides a comfortable lodging, equipped to suit the requirements of any traveller.
Comfort Inn Austin Star Rating 3        
700 Delmar Ave

Located 4 miles from the University of Texas at Austin, this casual hotel is 5 miles from the Texas State Capitol and 7 miles from Lady Bird Lake.With work spaces and free Wi-Fi, warmly decorated rooms have flat-screen TVs, minifridges and microwaves. Suites add separate sitting areas with pull-out sofas.
Baymont Inn & Suites South Austin Star Rating 2        
4323 South Ih 35

This straightforward hotel is 4 miles from downtown Austin and 7 miles from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.The traditional rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves, and tea and coffeemakers. Some rooms have private balconies.
Hyatt Place Austin-North Central Star Rating 3        
7522 North I H 35

Off I-35, this straightforward hotel is 4.7 miles from the University of Texas at Austin and 5.6 miles from the Texas State Capitol.
La Quinta Inn Austin Capitol Star Rating 3        
300 E. 11th St.

Located across the street from the Texas Capitol building, this 4-story hotel is also 1 mile from the University of Texas at Austin.The colorful rooms and suites include pillow-top mattresses, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with HD channels, plus desks and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add minifridges and microwaves, while suites include whirlpool tubs or full kitchens.
Days Inn University Downtown Austin Star Rating 2        
3105 N I-35 I-35 & 32nd Street

This straightforward, 2-story hotel is a 4-minute walk from St. David's Medical Center and 9 minutes from the University of Texas.All rooms and suites include en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, and have free Wi-Fi, TVs and desks, plus microwaves, minifridges, and tea and coffeemakers.
Holiday Inn Express Austin Airport Star Rating 2        
7601 East Ben White Blvd.

Set 8.8 miles from the Texas Capitol, this straightforward hotel is also 10.9 miles from Zilker Metropolitan Park.
Hyatt Place Austin/Arboretum Star Rating 3        
3612 Tudor Blvd

This simple hotel is 4 minutes' walk from the Gateway Shopping Center and 10.1 miles from downtown Austin.Understated rooms come with free WiFi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, desks and pull-out sofas, plus wet bars with minifridges and coffeemakers.
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Austin serves as the Texas State Capitol, located in Central Texas between San Antonio and Dallas It's also a wildly popular tourist destination, with just shy of 20 million visitors making their way to the city every year. International and out-of-state visitors generally opt to fly into the city, with Austin-Bergstorm International Airport (AUS) serving as the main gateway. The airport offers flights across North America and as far away as London, England. Visitors looking to see the wilds of Texas as part of their vacation should choose an alternative airport in San Antonio, Houston or Dallas and make the scenic drive to Austin. I-35 serves the city from Dallas in the north and San Antonio in the south, while I-10 is the major east-west route.

Austin is home to a wide array of museums and cultural attractions. History buffs looking to get their fill should check out the Bob Bullock Texas State Museum, the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum. Meanwhile, the likes of the Blanton Museum of Art and Mexic-Arte Museum will appeal to art lovers. Known as the "Live Music Capital of the World", music rules the roost in this part of Texas. From supermarkets to cafes, parks to bars, wherever they go in the city, visitors are treated to live music. The city is home to a vast number of live music venues, many of which can be found on 6th Street.

Austin also hosts the South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) and Austin City Limits festival. Both are amongst the most popular music festivals in the world, and turn the city to a throbbing pulse of music. SXSW is usually held in March, and also features a film festival and other attractions. Austin City Limits is held in October. Music lovers must visit the city when these festivals are on. Perhaps the city's greatest lure though is its wide open green spaces. Visitors to the city will find no shortage of fresh air and picturesque scenery at the likes of McKinney Falls State Park, hippie Hollow Park, and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Zilker Park serves as the city's major public park though, housing a wide range of activities and attractions.

Energetic visitors can bike through the park or hit one of its lakes for a kayaking session. Flower lovers can visit the park's botanical gardens, which is awash with color from spring to fall. Meanwhile, Baton Springs Pool is a great place to take a dip. As you walk around the park be sure to take note of the moonlight towers. Once common in cities across the country, these are thought to be the only remaining moonlight towers in the U.S. Other popular destinations in the city include the State Capitol Building, Austin Zoo, Austin Aquarium, Hyde Park Theatre and the Deep Eddy Pool. The latter is the oldest swimming pool in Texas. For a truly awe-inspiring sight, head out after dark and witness the thousands of bats that reside in the city between spring and fall. Austin serves as a year round tourist destination, in theory at least. Visitors planning a summer vacation may find temperatures to be overbearing, which makes for a rough holiday. Most travelers opt to visit March-May or September-November, when the heat and humidity are much more manageable.