Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin - University Area
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin - University Area
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin - University Area
Travel Blogs from Austin
... sum it up in one sentence, I would say that it was all worth it - no question. Sure, we had our "moments," but I wouldn't change a single thing about this past year. My relationship with my wife and kids is closer than ever, we've shared more incredible experiences than most people have in a lifetime, we laughed, cried, learned, and grew together. One thing is certain, we will never be the same. My mind is spinning just thinking about some of the unbelievable ...
That's the towns slogan, same as Portland. It is a quirky place reminds me of Portland with its food trucks and kilt wearing men. I'm stayed in a lovely little family owned motel for two nights. I unfortunately developed a cold and the weather was freezing while I was in Austin so I used the time to catch up on my blog and emails etc. Found a lovely cafe with real fire, mulled wine and ...
... personal with the animals. We took the bus back to the port, loaded up, and moved onto the next port. Belize was the second stop we made. Belize was so so...not what I thought it'd be. We tendered to shore where Michelle and her boys and I jumped into a taxi and roughed it throughout the city. We went to this area known as "the beach". It was a manmade sandy pool area with a giant slide, rope swing, stage with music, beach loungers, and lots of palm trees. Unfortunately ...
... to listen to some bluegrass/country music in a little place where a guy sat outside polishing a saddle. Fantastic music and a great atmosphere as couples took to the floor to dance.
The following day had been decreed a day of BBQ...for us at least! We had the fiendish plan to sample the best that Texas BBQ could offer and were starting with the best at Franklin's. 9:30am we joined the already lengthy queue and, with a bit of Johnny Cash playing through ...
Located 25 kms south east of Austin, the Circuit of the Americas is Formula 1’s first purpose-built racetrack in the United States. The circuit was widely acclaimed after its inaugural Grand Prix last season because its layout was deemed technically challenging for drivers and engineers alike. Sector One is dominated by fast changes of direction, much like the Becketts complex at Silverstone. There is a steep, ...