Austin Marriott Downtown

Join us at a chic urban retreat in the heart of Austin. The Austin Marriott Downtown features over 600 iconic guest rooms including 25 stunning suites, a rooftop pool with breathtaking views, two-level lobby bar, a signature restaurant, Corinne, and a rooftop tropical bar with tiki cocktails. The hotel offers over 60,000 square feet of stunning meeting space and is located right across the street from the Austin Convention Center.

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Visit Austin

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Knowing the area 

  • Lady Bird Lake (Town Lake) -There are several access points to the 10-mile pedestrian biking and running trails around lake ­- easiest access point is on the corner of Cesar Chavez and Congress Ave. 

  • South Congress “SoCo”- It is a nationally known shopping and cultural district famous for its many eclectic small retailers, restaurants, music and art venues and, more recently, food trucks. Truly the heart of our city. 

  • Rainey Street Historic District: A neighborhood of “upcycled” 1930’s style bungalow homes converted into hip, trendy bars and restaurants that are only one block from Lady Bird Lake, and just 4 blocks from the hotel. 

  • Warehouse District: Located just a couple of blocks north of the JW, and is filled with creative and attractive restaurants, bars and shops. 

  • Second St. District: The neighborhood that surrounds us and continues just east to the convention center and West past the W hotel. Also called “Willie Nelson Blvd”, home to boutique shopping, unique restaurants, and the iconic ACL Moody Theater. 

  • Congress Ave Bridge (aka Bat Bridge) - located just a few blocks from Austin Marriott, every day at dusk, you can watch ~1.5 million (yes million) Brazilian free-tailed bats take off from under the bridge. 

  • Texas State Capitol - Free to the public, tours are available. 1100 N Congress Avenue. 512-463-0063 

  • City Hall - 301 W 2nd Street. 512-974-2000 

  • Zilker Botanical Gardens - 2220 Barton Springs Road

  • Zilker Park - 350- acre park with bike trails, walking trail, kids train ride and kids play area. Great place for picnics and soak up some rays. 2100 Barton Springs Road

  • Waterloo Records (Flag store) - Longtime hot spot for record shopping with in-store performances from local artist. 600 N Lamar Boulevard 512-474-2500 

  • Toy Joy - A eclectic store offering a vast selection of toys, novelty items and collectibles. 403 W 2nd Street 512-320-0090 

  • Austin Murals - There are almost 100 beautiful murals all across Austin. We definitely recommend snapping a picture by the more well-known ones. 

    • Greetings from Austin 

    • "I love you so much" 

    • "You are my butter half" 

    • Tau Ceti aka The Rainbow Wall 

  • Willie Nelson Statue - 301 Willie Nelson Boulevard

  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue - On Lady Bird Lake Trail 

  • Austin Nature & Science Center - 2389 Stratford Drive 

  • Aba - 1011 S. Congress Avenue, Bldg. 2, Ste. 180
  • ATX Cocina - 110 San Antonio Street
  • Cafe Blue - 340 E. Second Street
  • Dean's Italian Steakhouse - 110 E 2nd Street
  • Swift's Attic - 315 Congress Avenue, Ste. 200. Above the legendary Elephant Room!
  • Taverna - 258 W. Second Street
  • Vince Young Steakhouse - 301 San Jacinto Boulevard
  • Congress Avenue: Considered Austins "Main Street", here you will find small locals shops, markets and gift shops. 

  • South Congress aka SOCO: Half a mile south of the lake, is SOCO. Home to many of Austins quickly shops, and the famous Allens Boots. 

  • Second St: The more populated shopping area. Home to about 50 local shops, services and dining establishments. 

  • South Lamar: Here you will find Whole Food Market, Anthropologie, REI, and Book People. 

  • Target: 901 E 5th St 

  • The White Horse - 500 Comal Street 
  • Elephant Room - 315 Congress Ave 
  • Ginny’s Little Longhorn - 5435 Burnet Road 
  • Paramount Theatre - 713 Congress Ave 
  • The Carousel Lounge - 1110 E 52nd Street 
  • ACL Live at the Moody Theater 
  • Cedar Street Courtyard - 208 West 4th Street 
  • Mohawk - 912 Red River Street 
  • The North Door - 502 Brushy Street 
  • Saxon Pub - 1320 S Lamar Blvd 
  • The Hole In the Wall - 2538 Guadalupe Street 
  • Stubb’s BBQ - 801 Red River Street 
  • Emo’s - 2015 E Riverside Drive 
  • Maggie Mae’s - 323 E 6th Street 
  • Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar - 421 E 6th Street
  • The Broken Spoke -3201 S Lamar Boulevard
  • Coconut Club - 310 Colorado Street 
  • Neon Grotto - 318 Colorado Street 

Check online for hours 

  • Zilker Brewing - 1701 E 6th Street 

  • Hold Out Brewing - 1208 W 4th Street 

  • Blue Owl Brewing - 2400 E Cesar Chavez 

  • Southern Heights Brewing - 6014 Techni Center Drive

  • Pinthouse Brewing - 2201 E Ben White Boulevard

  • Central District Brewing - 417 Red River Street 

  • Austin Visitor Center - 602 E 4th Street. Visitor center to promote Austins one-of-a-kind culture and universal appeal. 512-478-0098 

  • Austin Tour Company - Multiple experience options, including: Group river floats, distillery tasting/tours and brunch boats! Private tours are also available. 512-282-8687 

  • Austin Duck Adventures - one of the best Austin tours with 75 minutes of sightseeing that includes, Historic 6th street, the state capitol, Bob Bullock State History Museum, the Governors Mansion and Lake Austin. 512-477-5274 

  • Double Decker Austin Tours - This is an optional hop on, hop off tour. This tour hits all of Austins top attractions. 512-596-2925 

  • Austin Brewery Tours - Multiple tour options including local Austin Breweries, wineries and distilleries! 512-412-9268 

  • Bullock Texas State History Museums - 1800 N Congress Avenue, 512-936-8746, here you will learn the adventurous tale of how Texas came to be.

  • LBJ Presidential Library - 2313 Red River Street., 512-721-0200, Celebrating the life and times of our 36th President of the United States, and his remarkable achievements not only in the country, but also in the state of TX. 

  • Harry Ransom Center - 300 W 21St Street, 512-471-8944, specializes in the collection of literary and artifacts from the United States and Europe. 

  • Blanton Museum of Art - 200 E. Martin Luther King Boulevard, 512-471-7324, is the art museum and research center of UT Austin. 

  • Contemporary Austin Art Museum - 700 Congress Avenue, 512-453-5312, opened Tuesday - Saturday 11a - 7p, Sunday 12-5p and closed Monday. 

  • Mexic-Arte Museum - 416 N Congress Avenue, 512-480-9373, this fine arts museum features traditional and contemporary Mexican, Latino art and culture. 

  • George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center - 1165 Angelina Street, 512-974-4926. The Carver Museum, Cultural & Genealogy Center is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and exhibition of African American history & family research. 

  • Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum - 605 Robert E Lee Road, 512-445-5582. The Umlauf Sculpture Garden is a museum and outdoor sculpture garden centered on the artistic works of American sculptor Charles Umlauf. (Closed Mondays) 

  • Texas Memorial Museum - 2400 Trinity Street. 512-471-1604The Texas Memorial Museum, which is located on the campus of the University of Texas. 

  • Blanton Museum - 200 E. MLK Blvd. The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin is one of the foremost university museums in the country and has the largest and most comprehensive collection of art in Central Texas. 

  • The Contemporary Austin Jones Center - 700 Congress Avenue,. The Contemporary Austin aspires to be the contemporary art museum for Austin and an essential part of city life. Through its unique combination of urban and outdoor sites, The Contemporary will em­body an eclectic and collaborative spirit. 

  • Harry Ransom Center - 21st and Guadalupe Streets. The Harry Ransom Center is an archive, library and museum at the University of Texas, specializing in the collection of literary and cultural artifacts from the United States and Europe for the purpose of advancing the study of the arts and humanities. 

  • Art on 5th - 3005 S. Lamar Blvd. The gallery also showcases original contemporary works that don’t fit any genre, from Byron May’s incredible 3-dimensional paintings on stainless steel to Paul Stankiewicz’s funky take on Austin’s iconic landmarks. With a rotating stable of over 40 artists, ART on 5th offers a wide variety of artistic styles to suit any taste. 

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