Good hotel outside of Austin. Clean and safe, but not fancy. The lobby and rooms were nice, but the corridors and elevators need a facelift. A bit of a weird layout in that it's "L" shaped hotel, so you generally entered in another door not the lobby. Easy to find off the highway. Small pool (unheated I'm pretty sure). Good breakfast. Only complaint is there was literally NOTHING in the neighbourhood -- no shops or restaurants. Had to drive. But the neighbourhood was safe which is super important. I would stay again.
Traveller from Victoria, BC
Located in North Central Austin, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of North Cross Mall, LBJ Presidential Library, and Norris …More
This hotel was clean the beds was very comfortable.....it's a little away from downtown but I will definitely recommend this hotel to friends and family.....plus they have a stove and pots where you can cook your own meals....the only thing I can say negative is thier customer service can be a little more better just need to be more excited and put a smile on their face.
Situated in Cedar Park, this hotel is 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Lakeline Mall and within 6 mi (10 km) of Cedar Park Center and …More
We enjoyed our stay at the Kimpton Van Zandt and all the amenities it provided. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. The room was comfortable and bathroom was a good size with good products and amenities. The only downside of our stay was the complete lack of soundproofing. The doors must be hollow and walls paper thin. You could hear conversations from next door with no effort and forget about the 2 am bachelorette parties returning from Rainey Street! Earplugs are a definite necessity if you choose to stay here, but the hotel is very well located with just a short walk to Rainey and downtown shopping. Don't think I would return, but would recommend it for the poolside action and convenience of location.
Traveller from Kentfield, CA
Located in Downtown Austin, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Austin Convention Center, Governor's Mansion, and Texas State …More
As a high-tech incubator, Austin’s northwest fringes give credence to its nickname of “Silicon Hills.” Here, IBM conducts research on microprocessors, while The University of Texas provides seed money and space for promising technologies. Many tech vendors also operate in the area’s office parks. Nearby on Research Boulevard, the Arboretum at Great Hills melds shopping with Austin’s lush terrain.