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Booking a daytime hotel room and looking for style and sophistication in a hotel, a comfortable refuge from the hustle and bustle of Austin? Put the DoubleTree Austin Northwest Arboretum on your list. An expansive pool and well-manicured patio is a relaxing spot to unwind for a few hours during the day after checking out the Texas state capitol.
Skip renting a car or trying to hail an Uber, and instead take advantage of the free area shuttle to see the popular sights in the Austin area. Feeling hungry? An on-site restaurant and bar/lounge offer plenty of options for food and drink.
Enjoy The Austin Vibe - The owner-operated Austin Beerworks is a popular hangout spot for locals and travelers looking for a cool drink and delicious bar food staples. A more relaxing atmosphere can be found at Brama Restaurant, home to dishes like Borscht and salmon crepes. Those looking for more exotic offerings should head to Jan Chi Korean Cuisine to sample the Seoul Bulgogi.
The Arboretum - This popular open-air mall is home to a beautiful fountain garden, several parks, and a large playground, along with a variety of popular shops and stores. Located in North Austin, the Arboretum hosts stores like Pottery Barn and San Antonio Shoemakers.
Texas State Capitol - Right in the heart of Austin is the Texas State Capitol, seen as one of the nation’s most distinguished. Visitors to the sixth-tallest state capitol can admire the lush green space in the area and enjoy public art and educational displays inside the capitol.
- Sixth Street - The historic Sixth Street is filled with a plethora of bars, clubs, and music venues open for business during the week. Traffic is often blocked on weekends, making this entertainment district an attractive place to wander and enjoy the Texas sun and sky. Three buildings on Sixth Street are listed in the U.S. National Register Of Historic Places.
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