Austin/Northwest

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Northwest Austin is an area in Austin, Texas.

Get in[edit]

You can reach Northwest Austin via I-35 North to US 183, or via MoPac Expressway North. Bus service is available from downtown and the North Transit Center. Light rail service, started in 2010, has stations at The Domain on MoPac, near MoPac and Howard Lane/McNeil Road, Lakeline Mall area and Leander.

See[edit][add listing]

  • Lake Travis (Northern side of Lake Travis is in the Northwest Austin area, at Volente and Lago Vista), (RM 2222 then north on RR 620, or US 183 north to Anderson Mill Road west (turns into Volente Road) or US 183 north to RM 1431 west).  edit

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Austin Steam Train (Hill Country Flyer, Bertram Flyer and Twilight Flyer offer steam train excursions from Cedar Park to Burnet and Bertram. They also have special murder mystery and storytelling trains.), Discovery Blvd., near Bell Blvd. and Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park (I-35 or MoPac north to US 183, which turns into Bell Blvd. in Cedar Park), (512) 477-8468 (, fax: (512) 477-8633), [1].  edit
  • Balcones Country Club (Two private 18-hole golf courses, but with reciprocal privileges.), 8600 Balcones Club Drive (US 183 North, exit Anderson Mill, u-turn, turn right on second Balcones Club Drive), (512) 258-2775, [2].  edit
  • Bull Creek District Park (48 acre park on Bull Creek. Dog Lovers like to congregate and socialize here. Swimming, wading.), 6701 Lakewood Dr. (Take 2222 west to Lakewood (opposite County Line BBQ)).  edit
  • Bull Creek Greenbelt (477 acres along Bull Creek. Hiking, swimming, wading.), 7806 N. Capital of Texas Highway (Take 2222 east to Loop 360 North), [3].  edit
  • Dave & Buster's, 9333 Research Blvd, #A600, (512) 346-8015, [4]. Su-Th 11:30AM-Midnight, Fr-Sa 'til 2AM. Games (arcade, billiards, shuffleboard), restaurant and bar.  edit
  • Volente Beach Waterpark (Small waterpark, restaurant and bar on the shores of Lake Travis), 16107 FM 2769, (512) 258-5109, [5].  edit
  • Main Event, 13301 N US Hwy 183 (US 183 North, exit Anderson Mill Rd., on north frontage road.), (512) 401-0000, [6]. Tu-Th + Su 11AM-Midnight, Fr-Sa-M 11AM-2AM. Arcade, bowling, billiards, laser tag, glow golf, gravity ropes and rock climbing. Restaurant and bar.  edit
  • Texas Stars Hockey, Cedar Park Center, 2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park (US 183A North, exit FM 1431), (512) 467-8277, [7]. See website for game dates and times. American Hockey League team affiliated with the Dallas Stars  edit
  • Cedar Park Center, 2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park (US 183A, Exit FM 1431), 512-600-5001, [8]. Arena seating 6600-8200 for sporting, concerts, family shows and graduation ceremonies.  edit
  • Alamo Drafthouse Theaters - Village, 2700 Anderson Lane (MoPac North, exit Spicewood Springs/Anderson and turn right), (512) 476-1320, [9]. One of five Alamo Drafthouse Theaters in Austin, with meals, drink and snacks served throughout each film. This one focuses on art and limited release films.  edit
  • Alamo Drafthouse Theater - Lake Creek, 13729 Research Blvd. (US 183 North, exit Lake Creek Parkway), 512-219-5408, [10]. One of five Alamo Drafthouse Theaters in Austin, with meals, drink and snacks served throughout each film. This one focuses on major releases, but there are still quirky events that the Alamo Drafthouse is famous for.  edit
  • Gold Class Cinemas, 3225 Amy Donovan Plaza (MoPac north, exit Braker Lane east, then left onto Domain Drive), 512-568-3400, [11]. First Class cinema experience, with full food and drink menu, reserved seating in recliners.  edit
  • Regal Arbor 8 Cinema @ Great Hills, 9828 Great Hills Trail, Suite 800 (US183 North, exit Great Hills, turn left, turn right onto Jollyville, cinema is on your right), (512) 231-9742, [12]. 8 theaters with a focus on art/foreign/limited distribution films  edit
  • Windy Point Park, 6506 Bob Wentz Park Road.  edit


Buy[edit][add listing]

Northwest Austin shopping primarily runs along US 183 (Research Blvd.) and MoPac Expressway. Many affluent, albeit chain, shops and stores are located in this part of town.

  • Cedar Park Farms to Market, Lakeline Mall parking lot, near Dillard's (US183, exit RR620, turn left, right on Ridgeline), 512-363-5700, [13]. 09:00AM to 1:00PM Saturday. Good Farmer's Market with produce, dairy, eggs, meat, bread, canned goods and other items. Live music.  edit

Malls[edit]

  • The Arboretum at US 183 and Great Hills Trail. Open-air mall which includes Barnes & Noble Books, Pottery Barn, Chico's, Gap, Nine West, Express, Restoration Hardware, Salon 505 Day Spa, Amy's Ice Cream, The Cheesecake Factory and others.
  • The Domain and Domain Crossing at Braker and MoPac. The Domain is an upscale open-air mall and hosts Neiman Marcus, Tiffany's, Macy's, Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, Emporio Armani, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vitton, Victoria's Secret and many others.
  • Lakeline Mall US 183 and RR 620. This is a traditional indoor mall. The anchor stores are Dillard's, J.C. Penney, Sears and Macy's. [14].

Stores[edit]

  • Fry's Electronics 12707 N MoPac Expressway at Parmer Lane. Fry's is an electronic superstore with everything from toasters to HD TV's to computers to electronic components. Each Fry's is themed, Austin's is music. [15].
  • Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage 10515 N. Mopac Expressway, Bldg. L, Vitamins, health supplements, and natural groceries with an amazing amount of items in such a small space. (512) 231-9200 [16].
  • Sprouts Farmers Market 10225 Great Hills Trail, Suite 1000 at US183. Sprouts is a chain featuring fresh produce, meat and deli counter, vitamins, bulk foods, health foods and gourmet items. 512-225-9101 [17].

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Chinatown, 3407 Greystone Drive, +1 512-343-9307. Authentic Chinese flavor with a modern twist. Not really fusion, not really traditional either, but very delicious. The restaurant is located upstairs in a two-story building; the bottom floor houses the Japanese restaurant Musashino  edit
  • Curra's Grill, [18]. An Austin original, this restaurant brings outstanding traditional interior Mexican food to four locations. Some of the best pork recipes around and you will not find better Mexican style seafood dishes anywhere in the city. The south eatery is at 614 East Oltorf and the north location is at 6801 Burnet Road.  edit
  • Din Ho Chinese Bar-B-Q, 8557 Research Blvd, +1 512-832-8788. Open till 1AM most nights.. Lunch and dinner. Some of the most authentic Chinese fare in town, specializing in Cantonese and seafood dishes. Chinese BBQ pork and whole roast duck are available for take-out as well. Don't bring Caucasian friends who are squeamish about real Chinese food - take them to Chinatown instead.  edit
  • Enchiladas Y Mas, 1911 W Anderson Ln (just east of Burnet Road), +1 512-467-7100 (), [19]. Tu-Sa 7AM-9PM, Su 7AM-2PM. As the name implies this restaurant has enchiladas, and they are some of the best north of San Antonio. "y Mas", as it is called by locals, has a broad selection of Tex-Mex fare including flautas, soft and crispy tacos, migas, burritos, and fajitas. This is a must try on the Tex-Mex trail in Austin. They are closed on Mondays and the lunch crowd starts early, so be prepared for a short wait between 11AM and 1PM. y Mas has the best motto in town, "Never trust a skinny cook!". Dinners $6-10.  edit
  • Freda's Seafood Grille, 10903 Pecan Park Blvd (US183 North, exit Lake Creek Pkwy, left on Pecan Park, on your left before RR620), 512-506-8700, [20]. M-Th 11AM-10PM, Fr-Sa 'til 11PM, Su 10AM-9PM. Entrees $12-$26, plus sandwiches and lunch specials.  edit
  • Jardin Corona, 13233 Pond Springs Rd., 512-250-1061. A favorite of those living in Northwest Austin (Jollyville area).  edit
  • Kerbey Lane Cafe, 13435 N Hwy 183, +1 512 258-7757, [21]. 24 hours.  edit
  • Kobe Japanese Steakhouse, 13492 N US Highway 183, #380 (US 183 to Anderson Mill Road, NW corner), (512) 288-7333 (, fax: (512) 288-7332), [22]. Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM. Steak, including Kobe beef, chicken, seafood and vegetables grilled at the table by entertaining chefs. Entrees $14-$35.  edit
  • Manuel's, 10201 Jollyville Road (US 183, exit Capital of Texas Hwy, turn left on Great Hills Pkwy, right on Jollyville Rd.), 512-345-1042, [23]. Call for hours. "Award Winning Mexican Cooking" Entrees $10-$24.  edit
  • Musashino Sushi Dokoro, 3407 Greystone Dr., (512) 795-8593, [24]. Su 5:30PM-10PM, Tu-Th 11:30AM-2PM, 5:30PM-10PM, F 11:30AM-2PM, 5:30PM-10:30PM, Sa 5:30PM-10:30PM. Closed Monday. Most authentic and fresh sushi/Japanese cuisine in Austin. Everything is always extremely fresh and expertly prepared.  edit
  • Opal Divine's Austin Grill, 12709 N Mopac Expy, [25].  edit
  • Rudy's Country Store & BBQ, 11570 Research Blvd., [26]. Butcher shop style BBQ. Famous for their BBQ sauce and baby back ribs. Very busy for breakfast tacos (grab pre-made ones near the check-out counter, or get them made at the grill).  edit
  • Shandeez Grill (Persian cuisine, including chelo-kabob, joojeh-kabob and khorest gormeh sabzi.), 8863 Anderson Mill Road, Suite 109 (US 183 North to Anderson Mill, turn right, Restaurant on right side in strip shopping center), (512) 258-6464 (), [27]. Mo-Th 11AM-9PM, Fr-Sa 11AM-10PM, Su closed. Entrees $7-$14.  edit
  • Donn's Texas BBQ (Ribs, sausages and steaks.), 5236 Oak Meadow Dr Austin, (512) 254-2348, [28]. Mo-Th 11AM-11PM, Fr-Sun 12AM-11PM. Authentic Texas barbecua with full bar and different types of beers. Ribs&Chips is worth to try.  edit
  • T & S Chinese Restaurant, 10014 N Lamar Blvd (a few blocks south of Braker Lane), +1 512-339-8434. Traditional Cantonese fare - open late. Dim Sum on weekends.  edit


  • Truluck's Seafood-Steak-Crabhouse, 10225 Research Blvd, Suite 4000 at Great Hills Trail (US183 North, exit Great Hills Trail), (512) 794-8300, [29]. 5-10PM M-Sa, Su 'till 9PM. Entrees $19-$46.  edit
  • Korea House, 2700 W Anderson Ln, +1 512 458-2477. Located in the Village Shopping Center and can be a little hard to find; the entrance faces towards the inner courtyard area of the shopping center. They have a decent sushi offering but the Korean dishes are delicious and authentic. Sometimes they have OB beer - but not recently.  edit
  • Korea Garden, 6519 N Lamar Blvd, +1 512 302-3149.  edit


  • Shilla, 6406 N I-35, +1 512 453-4111. Located in Lincoln plaza off I-35 access road near US 290 and Highland Mall. Standard korean dishes and bbq. This place also has Hite beer and Jinro Soju. I'd say this place is more authentic than Korea house based on the number of Koreans that actually go here.  edit
  • Restaurant Together, 9200 N Lamar Blvd, +1 512 821-3388. Korean bar food, large portions, many side dishes. Only five tables, one waitstaff.  edit
  • Sunflower. Although it's in a strip mall in North Austin, this restaurant is notable for its amazing vegetarian options. Service is kinda spotty, and the staff tends to use extremely aromatic cleaning products (read: "potpourri"-fragranced cleaning spray spritzed on tables between customers), but it's well worth the trip north. Absolutely delicious, especially for the price.  edit
  • Reale's, 13450 North US 183. Pizza and Italian Food. Northeasterners love Reale's, as it reminds them of family Italian restaurants from home. Good food.  edit
  • Fire Bowl Café, 9828 Great Hills Trail, [30]. Asian restaurant with a ’Stir Fry Your Way’ section, allowing for many vegan choices. The menu also denotes, by using a green leaf, which meals are vegetarian if ordered with tofu. Priced under $10.  edit
  • Hula Hut, 3825 Lake Austin Blvd, [31]. On their unique Polynesian- and Mexican-inspired menu (aka "Mexonesian"), you’ll find several vegetarian/vegan options.  edit
  • Madras Pavilion, 9025 Research Blvd, [32]. An all-vegetarian Indian restaurant offering a fabulous lunch buffet as well as a dinner menu.  edit
  • Satay, 3202 W Anderson Ln, [33]. This restaurant serves fine South-Asian cuisine and has an extensive vegetarian and vegan menu available. Be sure to try the vegan silken tofu chocolate pie! Live music is featured on Wednesday nights on the patio.  edit
  • The Steeping Room, 11410 Century Oaks Terrace, [34]. A café with a large selection of teas, chai lattes, and wines. Soy milk may be substituted for dairy. The menu changes each season and includes a variety of tea sandwiches, soups, and salads with vegetarian and vegan options.  edit
  • Tino's Greek Café, 10515 North Mopac, [35]. "Cafeteria-style" Greek food. Vegetarian options include tabouli, dolmathes, and vegetarian mousaka.  edit
  • Whole Foods Market Cafe, 9607 Research Blvd, [36].  edit
  • Threadgill's.  edit
  • Pacific Star Oyster Bar, 183 North, just past Anderson Mill. Best oysters and catfish in town. Parking is scarce, but well worth while.  edit
  • Torchy's Tacos, [37]. M-Th 7AM-10PM, F 7AM-11PM, Sa 8AM-11PM, Su 8AM-10PM.  edit
  • 4211 Spicewood Springs Rd, +1 512 291-7277.
  • 11521 Ranch Road 620 N, +1 512 381-8226.
  • Amy's Ice Creams, 10000 Research Blvd (inside The Arboretum), +1 512 345-1006, [38]. Su-Th 11:30AM-12AM, F Sa 11:30AM-1AM.  edit
  • Chuys Highway 183, 11680 N Research Blvd. at Duval, (512) 342-0011. An Austin original. One of the best Tex-Mex experiences in Austin. The food is authentic Mexican for a great price. It’s a casual dining environment with wild and eclectic décor including the Elvis shrine. They have several famous events over the course of the year and they are currently expanding across the south.  edit
  • La Tapatia, 13450 N Hwy 183, (512) 219-5008. Some of the best breakfast tacos in Austin. Authentic Mexican style restaurant. The wait staff speaks little English but it doesn’t really matter. There are plenty of options on the menu that will satisfy anyone’s appetite.  edit
  • The Oasis Restaurant, 6550 Comanche Trail, (512) 266-2442. . “The Sunset Capital of Texas” The Oasis started out as a small restaurant on the edge of Lake Travis but it has since grown into a multi restaurant, gift shop, and parking garage establishment. Locals and tourists flock to the Oasis for the beautiful view of the sunset on the lake and for the delicious Mexican food. The environment is tough to beat and it is a must see for any visitor.  edit
  • Whole Foods Market Gateway, 9607 Research Blvd, 512.345.5003. . Whole Foods’ headquarters are located in Austin so there are several different branches throughout the city. They provide a variety of fresh, local produce and grocery items. They also have a coffee bar and a BBQ smokehouse.  edit
  • Baby Acapulco Restaurant, 9505 Stonelake Blvd, (512) 795-9000. . Often referred to as “Baby A’s”, they have 5 Austin area locations with this one being the most recent addition. They have been serving the Austin area with authentic Mexican cuisine for over 30 years. This branch has live music every Thursday night from 7-10 pm.  edit
  • North by Northwest Restaurant, 10010 Capital of TX Hwy. N., (512) 467-6969. . “NXNW” is a restaurant that emerged out of the desire to create the environment of the Northwest National Parks with the feeling of many northwest breweries. There is something on the menu for everyone within a decent price range. There is also an extensive alcoholic beverage menu along with plenty of live music acts.  edit
  • Iguana Grill, (512) 266-8439. .Iguana Grill is located right on the edge of Lake Travis, which makes for a great view of the Austin sunset. They offer authentic, upscale Mexican food along with many different flavors of margaritas. There is always live music playing and the environment is great for families.  edit
  • Rosa's Cafe, (512) 259-0505. . If you are looking for quick, authentic Mexican food, then Rosa’s is the place to go. They have a dining area and a drive thru so you can get your food however you want. They have plenty of options and combos. Their iced tea is also a must try.  edit
  • Dos Batos, (512) 452-0001. . Advertise them as the first wood fired tacos in Austin. Their queso is a must-try and their tacos are unique.  edit
  • Roaring Fork, (512) 342-2700. .Roaring Fork is a classy upscale restaurant who offers fabulous varied entrees and desserts. It is a good place for a dinner date for adults without children because the meal choices aren’t suited for a young palate. Their “Big Ass Burger” is a popular menu choice.  edit
  • NoRTH, (512) 339-4400. . Located inside of the Domain shopping center. NoRTH is an upscale restaurant with seating both inside and outside. It is a trendy spot to try interesting and unique cuisine.  edit
  • Catfish Parlour, (512) 258-1853. . Some of the best fried catfish out there. The wait staff is extremely friendly and makes you feel right at home. The dining area is casual and filled with random pieces of history. The jalapeño tartar sauce is a must try along with their hush puppies and popcorn shrimp.  edit




  • Tierra Linda Tacos, 8488 Research Blvd., (512) 419-9190. Located inside a Shell gas station this restaurant is known for serving authentic and cheap Mexican street tacos.  edit

Burgers[edit]

  • Elevation Burger.  edit
  • 2525 West Anderson Lane, (512) 419-7444, [39].
  • 9828 Great Hills Trail, #110, (512) 608-4054.
  • Five Guys Burgers and Fries, 10000 Research Blvd, (512) 338-0300, [40]. Daily 11AM-10PM.  edit
  • Mighty Fine Burgers, 10515 N Mopac Expy, (512) 524-2400, [41].  edit
  • Moonie's Burger House.  edit
  • 13450 Research Blvd, +1 512 257-9000. S-Th 11:00AM-9:00PM, Fri-Sat 11:00AM-9:30PM.
  • 12001 Burnet Rd, +1 512 837-5400. M-Su 11:00AM–9:00PM.
  • 200 South Bell Boulevard, Cedar Park, +1 512 249-5214, [42]. Su-Th 11:00AM-8:30PM, F-Sa 11:00AM-9:00PM.
  • Top Notch Hamburgers, 7525 Burnet Rd, (512) 452-2181, [43]. Daily 11AM-10PM. As seen in the movie "Dazed and Confused." An Austin burger institution. Dine in, carry out, or order and eat from your car. Charcoal-grilled burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, etc.  edit
  • Wally's Burger Express, 8107 Mesa Dr (in Northwest Hills), +1 (512) 345-7441. Daily 10:30AM-10PM. Good fast food burgers and shakes.  edit
  • 8600 Burnet Rd, +1 512 458-6544. M-F 7AM-10PM (breakfast until 11AM), Sa 7AM-10PM (breakfast until 2PM), Su 8AM-9PM (breakfast until 2PM).
  • 6203 N Capital of Texas Hwy, +1 512 418-9700. M-F 7AM-11PM (breakfast until 11AM), Sa 7AM-11PM (breakfast until 2PM), Su 8AM-10PM (breakfast until 2PM).
  • 14900 Avery Ranch Blvd, +1 512 255-4873. M-Th 7AM-9PM, F 7AM-10PM, Sa 8AM-10PM, Su 8AM-9PM.

Drink[edit][add listing]

  • BB Rovers Cafe and Pub (Known for its beer menu with over 300 selections, BB Rovers also has live music (call for dates)), 12101 Jollyville Rd. (US 183 North, exit Spicewood Springs, U-turn, right on Barrington and immediately left onto Jollyville), 512-335-9504, [45]. Su-F 11AM-Midnight, Sa 11AM-1AM.  edit
  • North by Northwest Restaurant and Brewery (Microbrewery, with live music (call for dates) and good food, in Arboretum area. NXNW also has a good wine and martini selection, with full bar.), 10010 Capital of TX Hwy N (US 183 or MoPac, exit Capital of Texas Highway, at Stonelake Blvd.), 512-467-6969 (, fax: 512-345-1233), [46]. Bar Su-Th 11AM-11PM, Fr-Sa 11AM-Midnight. Entrees $14-$22.  edit
  • Lala's, 2207 Justin Lane, (512) 453-2521. A Christmas themed dive bar known for their once a month drunk Santa parties.  edit
  • Trudy's North Star, 8820 Burnet Road (MoPac North, exit Steck Ave., turn right, the left on Burnet Rd.), 512-454-1474, [47]. M-F 11AM-2AM, Sa 9AM-2AM, Su 10AM-2AM. Popular food and drink establishment, especially for after work, with happy hour until 7PM. 20 beers are on tap. Kitchen may close earlier.  edit
  • Brickhouse Tavern + Tap, 11680 A Research Blvd. (US183 North, exit Duval, U-Turn, right after Chuy's), (512) 343-2000, [48]. M-Th 11AM-1AM, Fr-Sa 'til 2AM, Sun 'til Midnight. Growing upscale tavern and restaurant chain, with sports showing on numerous TVs.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • The Crossings, 13500 FM 2769, 512-225-1075, [49]. checkin: 4PM; checkout: 11AM.  edit
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Austin North/Parmer Lane, * 12536 North IH35, 512-821-0376, [50]. checkin: 3PM; checkout: noon.  edit
  • Lake Austin Spa & Resort, 1705 South Quinlan Park Road, (512) 372-7300, [51]. checkin: 4:00PM; checkout: 12:00PM. Resort hotel with spa facilities.  edit
  • Renaissance Austin Hotel, 9721 Arboretum Boulevard, (512) 343-2626 (fax: (512)346-7953), [52]. Marriott's Luxury Hotel at the Arboretum near US 183 and Texas 360. It features Hill Country views and a nine story atrium.  edit
  • Staybridge Suites Austin Northwest, 13087 US HWY 183 N, +1 512 336-STAY (7829) (toll free: +1 866-989-STAY (7829) fax: +1 512 336-3773), [53]. Check in 3PM, check-out 12PM.
  • Holiday Inn Northwest, 8901 Business Park Dr, 512-343-0888, [54]. checkin: 3:00PM; checkout: 12 Noon.  edit
  • Studio 6 Austin Northwest, 11901 Pavilion Boulevard, (512)258-3556, [55].  edit
  • Motel 6, 9420 I-35 North, (512) 339-6161, [56]. checkin: 1 PM; checkout: 12PM. Wifi available for a nominal fee.  edit
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites, 1010 E. Whitestone Blvd. (Intersection of Highway 183A and FM 1431), (512) 528-9300, [57]. checkin: 3pm; checkout: Noon.  edit
  • The Westin Austin at the Domain, 11301 Domain Drive, (512) 832-4197. checkin: 3:00 PM; checkout: 12:00 PM. Located in the heart of the Domain shopping center, one of Austin’s premier destinations. The hotel has a 4.4/5.0 star rating. For guests seeking luxury in a prime location, the Westin Austin at the Domain is for you.  edit
  • Candlewood Suites Austin Arboretum-Northwest, 9701 Stonelake Boulevard, (512) 338-1611. checkin: 3:00 PM; checkout: 12:00 PM. A long-term stay hotel located in the suburbs of Northwest Austin. In close proximity to the Arboretum, a premier shopping destination in the area. This is the place for guests seeking value and location.  edit
  • Courtyard Austin Northwest/Arboretum, 9409 Stonelake Boulevard, (800) 321-2211. checkin: 3:00 PM; checkout: 12:00 PM. Newly renovated and is located at the corner of Mopac and Highway 183, just 15 minutes from downtown and Round Rock.  edit
  • Roli’s Bed & Breakfast, 13608 Bullick Hollow Road, (512) 249-9660. checkin: 3:00 PM; checkout: 12:00 PM. This is not your traditional Bed and Breakfast. Roli’s has a relaxed and hip alternative ambiance. Located on Lake Travis and is ideal for romantic and relaxing getaways. There are six elegant and spacious rooms that all have their own unique style.  edit
  • La Villa Vista Resort- Lake Travis, 6701 Oasis Pass, (512) 266-6000. La Villa Vista sits 450 feet above Lake Travis with breathtaking views of Austin. It has been called the “Italian Riviera on Lake Travis.” They have many different monthly promotions, especially in the summer months. They also hold events and wedding receptions.  edit
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Austin Northwest/Arboretum, 11201 North MoPac Expressway, Austin, Texas 78759, 1-512-527-0734, [58]. The Fairfield Inn & Suites Austin Northwest/Arboretum hotel is located next to the "second Downtown" of Austin, The Domain. When traveling for business, this Northwest Austin hotel is near IBM, National Instruments, Freescale and AT&T.  edit
  • TownePlace Suites Austin Northwest, 10024 North Capital of TX Highway North, 1-512-231-9360, [59]. This hotel is conveniently located near JJ Pickle UT Research Center, Flextronics, Samsung and National Instruments.  edit


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