Residence Inn Austin / Round Rock

Address: 2505 South I-35, Round Rock, Texas, 78664, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2505 South I-35, Round Rock, is near Round Rock Premium Outlets & Cinemark Movie Theaters, Round Rock Express, Run-Tex, and Forest Creek Golf Club.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Austin / Round Rock

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Round Rock

    Hip Hip Hooray!

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Apr 23, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... talkative and groggy as you'd expect after general anesthesia and an operation like she had.

    So I told her what Dr. Heinrich told me and she was surprised to hear just how bad things had gotten. As we spoke, her nurse got her hooked up to her blood pressure cuff, pain medication pump, O2 monitor, oxygen, little foot pumpy things that keep circulation going and asking her questions and giving out some instructions.

    I ...

    Traveling and Laughs!

    A travel blog entry by lindseylyons on Dec 29, 2012

    4 photos

    ... joke between us that the people of Austin really needed to be more careful. :) Also, for being an upgraded room, some of the light fixtures were broken or falling apart. However, the bed was AMAZING! They are always great in Omni hotels, so I wasn't surprised, but just love sinking into them!

    After a short nap (I don't sleep at all the night before trips!) we headed to 6th Street with our friends who live there to grab dinner. ...

    Across East Texas to Austin

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 09, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to pump water into the troughs, the auction houses at key locations. Now I understand Uruguayans going to study at Texas A and M. Its like coming home. Only the eucalyptus were missing.

    In the middle of cattle country lies Livingstone, which became my archetypal Texas country town. Friendly but tough, I had a nice meal at the local cafe and then someone tried to do me out of ten dollars when I filled up with gas.

    Going West gets tough in ...

    Susie-Q on Bar-B-Q

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 06, 2012

    ... the lake, the original "on the hill." With sunset coming on, I drove out to Bee Cave Road, yes, I wanted barbecue with a view. "Our homemade bread is worth the price" the menu boasts, though complimentary bread comes with your meal. The homemade stuff is OMG, soft, fragrant, and such a loaf of it you have to take some home. Known for beef brisket, that's what I tried, extra sauce, potato ...

    Keep Austin beer-ed

    A travel blog entry by matalelee on May 13, 2011

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... acted differently, so I only really have myself to blame for the iPod (and obviously the person that stole it). I begin to wonder how my time could have been different if I hadn't purchased the Amtrak pass, especially considering Old Blue's desires to head north through New Mexico to the Grand Canyon. Not that I've had a bad deal with the pass, but that a road trip would have been something completely different.

    Leaving Austin becomes a time of reflection, asking myself ...