Hyatt Regency Austin

208 Barton Springs, Austin, Texas, 78704, United States | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $182.00
 

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Austin

A travel blog entry by odysseyf1 on Nov 06, 2013

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After spending 26 hours in transit, we finally arrived in Austin. We went up to our hotel to have a quick look at our rooms, before going to get some dinner. Pictures are on their way, we are all currently in our rooms (It's 11:35pm in Austin)

Tomorrow, we are leaving at 7:00am for the 3 and a half hour trip to Houston Space Centre.
We will update again tomorrow

Austin comes to an end

A travel blog entry by lea-anned

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... on Facebook for the pics and videos. Our reward after was ice creams, then home again to relax. Today, Tuesday is travel day, off to New York. After a very teary farewell to my son Craig and his wife Rachel we do the usual waiting around for our flight. I want to take this opportunity to thank them both again for their fabulous hospitality and for helping us understand their love for their new home Austin. I miss you dearly but know in my heart you are both very happy ...

The Things I'll Do...When I'm back in Texas

A travel blog entry by paiger

... br> 11. Wear shorts... without feeling like a prostitute
12. finally order my frapachino decafe, and for only a slightly inflated price
13. Drink normal tasting water and get free water at a restaurant
14. Play assasins creed
15. Rudys!
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Getting ready for our trip

A travel blog entry by goodner

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... we figured out how much it was going to cost to rent the RV, pay for gas and RV parks, and then most likely rent a car each time we stopped somewhere, we changed our minds. After all, you can't really drive a large RV into town - you have to stay on the main roads and stop at RV parks. So we would have had to either trailer our own car (which would have been challenging, to say the least) or rent a car each time we stopped ...

These boots were made for walkin’

A travel blog entry by sarahs_voyage

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... tricks as they serve, tossing the frozen confection into the air and catching it with deft, almost cocktail like flicks of the wrist. On my first day I’m hanging out with my host’s friend while they’re at work, trying Austin’s yummy food, going for a hike along the river trail and finally swimming in the cool, refreshing lake. On Saturday I have one of the highlights of my trip. Austin has a bridge with a huge colony of Mexican ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Bouldin area of Austin, is near Congress Avenue Bridge, Austin Children's Museum, Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue, and Stevie Ray Vaughn Statue.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Austin

    Reviewed by mememe

    Great location!

    Reviewed Jul 22, 2012
    by (13 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    I took a room on the top floor with a balcony. Hotel staff were freindly. Room service was good, although I don't like all the add on's ie: delivery charge plus tax PLUS gratuity fee 20%! Of course, you still feel the need to tip on top of this. Bottled water in the room was $3 a go. Free at other places. Wi-Fi was a decent speed although $10 a day!!! Wi-fi should be FREE!!! Room was really nice. Would have been even better had the cleaners done a better job of the balcony. First day it was ignored totally, second day someone had been out there, as the ashtray had been emptied, but all the cobwebs were still there. However...would still go back.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Austin

    Nice but needs room makeover

    from

    This hotel is really nice. The service is EXCELLENT, the overall hotel is tastefully decorated and new but the rooms are not nice. The furniture is outdated and needs to be painted or thrown out. Needs to be re-wallpapered or painted. I would stay here again but not for a penny over $70. You can stay somewhere else nicer for over that.

    Not too good

    from

    I booked over 3 weeks in advance, through -------, I am a so -called gold passport meember- whatever that gets you!

    I travel 20 weeks a year- same routine, , non smoking , king. I arrive one Monday evening after confirming earlier in the day- 2 dbl beds, smoking! , WE ARE SOLD OUT ! ! after 15 minsutes and a 14 hr day, I finally get room 414, looked like a dude ranch, plastic looking pine furniture, air freshner too strong.

    Room service next morning, , on time- no coffeee in the pot! I call, 15 minutes later, coffeee, no pens or paper pads in room, again next day left. Final day, same room sercice order is tootaly wrong and not my order.

    Not a real Hyatt, marginal and very dated decor!

    Terrific staff! Great location.

    from

    We just returned from a 3 night stay at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Austin. We were part of a large group attending a family wedding. This hotel is definitely busy all the time. The staff, however, do an amazing job of making the stay pleasant. For example, we had requested early check in but housekeeping was still cleaning rooms mid afternoon Thursday. The front desk knew we had been waiting and upgraded us to a lake view instead of making us wait any longer. We also moved rooms after our 2nd night due to noisy neighbors (security had to call in the Austin police!). But the staff made the situation right by waiving 2 nights of our stay. Very gracious of them! Also, food and bar were good.

    Not here

    from

    The staff was doing the best they could with this hotel. Actually, they were terrific, in spite of the busy Austin City Limits Music Festival weekend. The problem is, the hotel is architecturally challenged. Hyatt skimped on space, and it makes the whole place less charming.

    Great place to stay

    from

    I have to say this hotel was great. A couple of the reveiws I read were negative and I would have to disagree with them. I thought the hotels decor was very very nice. Everyone was very friendly. We encountered absolutely no problems. We chose the $9 a day parking and that worked out good. Had the valet call a taxi to pick us up front to take us downtown and had a taxi within minutes and only paid $5 for the ride. Ate at a great place on 6th st. Iron Cactus, strolled around downtown 4th and 6th street then headed back to the hotel. Slept great. There is a walking trail next to the hotel that we took all the way to Barton Springs at Zilker park. About a 1.5 mile walk. We love to walk so this was very convenient, hung out at the park then walked back to the hotel. If you like to work out on your trips Hyat has a modern fitness room with great equipment that you would find in a fitness club. If you need computer access and dont have a laptop they also have a business center with a computer to use. We never ate at the hotel but the restaurants looked very nice. We paid under $100 for our room and felt it was well worth it and would definitely go back.

    Relaxing!

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    I stayed only for one night in July and will come again for a weekend. I had a priceline rate and was told for 25.00 more that I could upgrade my room and view. It wasn't the "chosen" room but was still very comfortable.

    Had a very nice stay. Recommended.

    from

    I stayed here on business in June 2004 for 2 nights. I didn't read the reviews on this web site until after I returned. I did not experience any of the problems mentioned in the other reviews. Sure, the room was small (actually, I would say average). But that isn't unusual these days. I was by myself, so it didn't matter. The room was clean and comfortable. Great location next to the river/lake. No issues with the hotel staff. They were very pleasant. Nice lobby bar. The other reviews stated that the hotel was in need of a major renovation. To me, I thought the hotel was kept up quite nicely. I didn't use the pool or exercise facility, so I can't comment on them. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again if in the area.

    Past due for a extremem makeover

    from

    We stay at many Hyatts, this was a true nightmare. I've stayed in nicer Holiday Inn Expresses on the road. Small and dingy, the worst bed I've ever slept in and a staff that basically could care less. But hat a beautiful location and our room had an incredible view of the river. It's too bad the hotel is too run down to ever consider going back.

    I don't have much to compare it to, our 1st trip to Austin, but surely other hotels can manage to supply sheets and towels that don't reek of bleach!

    The hyatt by town lake

    from

    we stayed the week end 3/12 -3/14 2004. we got a great deal on priceline 52.00. everything was good. the view of the city was great.

    Deliver me from the Hyatt Regency

    from

    In a nut shell, the Hyatt Regency was not a AAA 4-diamond hotel as the plaques on its wall so proudly proclaimed.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Austin

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent