I spent a lot of time here as my parents stayed on this property. The staff was very friendly, and assisted the guests, especially since Austin’s “boil water” emergency happened during this time. The staff provided clear instructions about not using the fountains and ice makers, and provided bottled water. The indoor pool was refreshing for the short time we got to swim in it (due to the water emergency, not the fault of the hotel).
I was able to eat breakfast here occasionally, and found it filling for the traveler (scrambled eggs, muffins, etc). The room had a nice layout, with a separate seating area from the beds. My parents were right next to the elevators, and reported no noise from that. Good and quiet. The room also had a small fridge and sink, which was helpful to keep goodies during a week-long stay.
The only quibble was the drawer space was too small. The drawer doubled as the TV stand (good placement), but a third of the drawer was an empty space for a vase. Nice piece of artwork, but having wider drawers would’ve been nicer. But that was really the only issue. My parents had stayed here in the past, and would do so again when they come to Austin.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included