La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Capitol
The La Quinta Inn & Suites in downtown Austin gets excellent reviews for its friendly and helpful staff. Little touches like a welcome call after check-in have made big impressions on recent travelers. Fans of the La Quinta brand can earn rewards with their stay here using the chain's loyalty program. The location is convenient, and guests enjoy the mandatory valet parking at the hotel, which guests arriving late or after a long drive found to be an unanticipated bonus.
Rooms are adequate and consistent with the price point for this hotel. Amenities include a microwave and mini refrigerator, making it easy to prepare snack and drinks in the room. The hotel provides a free continental breakfast, and guests report the food is above-average and filling. One recent reviewer advised that the meal isn't refilled during the last half hour of the breakfast service, so guests should plan to eat early for the best food.
Adjacent to the state capitol grounds and a short walk from nearby entertainment and dining, guests generally report that the hotel met their needs for an affordable stay in the city. Travelers looking for a clean room and friendly staff will be satisfied with this hotel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Capitol
Our love of La Quinta's is growing. This one is in a perfect location and our dogs love it here too. Just signed up for the member rewards program. Looks like we will be staying here from now on.
It is clean and the staff extremely friendly. They even called the room upon check in to make sure everything was to our liking.
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