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Courtyard Austin Northwest Arboretum
Just North of an Eclectic and Electric City Scene
• A One-Night Stay for Two between July 18 and October 31
• $20 Credit to The Bistro and a Gift Bag of Snacks and Restaurant Coupons
• Late Checkout
• Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
With live music showcased at countless bars, a bustling restaurant scene, and an ever-growing skyline, Austin still manages to maintain its quirky, creative side. A foodie mecca on wheels, this Central Texas city has tasty carts cozying up to sidewalks throughout downtown where gyros, doughnuts, and stacked-high sandwiches are only a beep away. Set your sights on the 125-year-old State Capitol, or walk the grounds of the University of Texas, sprawling more than 400 acres with an extensive underground tunnel system to boot. Yet, the truly unique vibe of the city lies in South Congress, full of antique stores, clubs, and hip boutiques. SoCo (as the locals call it) truly knows how to live up to the city motto: "Keep Austin Weird."
Recently renovated, the Courtyard Austin Northwest Arboretum boasts modern amenities, free Wi-Fi, and a convenient location at the corner of Mopac and Highway 183, just 15 minutes from downtown Austin. Lounge with friends in the outdoor patio, enjoy a meal at The Bistro, or find true relaxation in the spacious guest rooms. Fitted with soft, white comforters and fluffy pillows, it's easy to get lost in this hotel's plush beds. Those looking to maintain their fitness routine while away can take a dive into the indoor pool or work up a sweat in the state-of-the-art fitness center.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 30, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON October 1, 2013