Boutique Hotels in Austin

Built in 1900 and completely renovated in 2003. Located near the University of Texas, northwest of downtown Austin. Parking available at the hotel. Mansion at Judges’ Hill has many fans and has won lots of accolades for its food. My experience there was different. If you’re a fan of Bed & Breakfast properties, this is worth looking into. If this will be your first stay at a boutique hotel, do a little comparison before making your selection. Location:

Located in the Uptown Cultural District on Judge’s Hill, walking distance to U.T. This 1896 Greek revival home has been restored to its original turn of the century charm. Surrounded by 150-year-old oak and pecan trees. Private events can be held indoors or on the large deck. Ten guest rooms, three have kitchenettes for extended stays. Private parking, continental breakfast and afternoon snacks. Rates discounted for extended and weekday stays. Location:

Close to UT and short cab ride to downtown Austin. Private parking and plenty of good restaurants nearby. Nine rooms, each with its own bath. Texas-sized, hot buffet breakfast served everyday. Within walking distance of the Bob Bullock Museum of Texas History, LBJ Library, Blanton Museum of Art, Harry Ransom Center and Pease Park. Worth checking out. Location:

Located in downtown Austin, within walking distance to 6th Street. Built in the late 1880s, updated with modern amenities. Rooms are very private with “no adjoining walls between any two rooms.” Private parking, bike rentals available, walking distance to the Capitol and museums. Romance and spa packages available. Location:

Tucked away in the beautiful Travis Heights neighborhood, Park Lane Guest House is part of the SoCo district, known for shopping and some of Austin’s favorite restaurants. Featuring three private cottages and one single room, natural pool, organic mattresses, and organic and gluten-free foods. Vegans love this place! Pet policy. Location:

Secluded, SoCo district location. Described as “fun and chic” and “uniquely Austin,” this property gets rave reviews for service and sleep quality overall. Rates are on the high side for what you get, but location may be just what you’re looking for. Stone’s throw from Palmer Auditorium, a mile south of downtown Austin and convenient to the Austin Convention Center. Location:

Twenty-seven miles south of Austin, in Kyle, Texas. Located on 100 acres in the heart of Texas Wine Trail. Perfect for pleasure trips and small corporate retreats. Built from scratch for the purpose of a Hill Country bed and breakfast, 10 guest rooms and two cottages. Rooms feature limestone fireplaces. Hot breakfast and 3-course dinner included with each stay.

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