Go Boutique in Austin!

Austin is a great place to start your boutique hotel adventures! Here are some Wildcatter favorites:

Tired of the chain hotels? Boutique hotels are becoming increasingly popular in chic urban areas. Guests at these hotels enjoy a unique setting with upscale accommodations and personalized service. Austin is a great place to start your boutique hotel adventures! Here are some Wildcatter favorites!

Hotel St. Cecilia – Located in the heart of South Austin, St. Cecilia offers guests 14 rooms, including studios, poolside bungalows, and suites all located on the lush property. The ultra secluded and private hotel takes design inspiration from the great era of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when a revolution of rock and roll and beat poetry overran the hallowed halls of established convention.

South Congress Hotel – This boutique hotel offers 71 guest rooms, 10 suites, and 2 premier suites with views of South Congress Avenue and historic Travis Heights. The establishment itself is in a contemporary and chic low rise building that is centrally located to all of Austin’s hotspots. South Congress Hotel has multiple restaurants and bars, including a trendy rooftop pool bar.

Hotel Ella – Located in downtown Austin, this stylish boutique hotel is in the historic Goodall Wooten House, one of Austin’s original landmark estates. After undergoing an extensive renovation in 2013, the Greek revival-style mansion is now the perfect balance between modern and historic. Hotel Ella offers 47 beautifully designed guest rooms, a cabana style pool, an American bistro, and a unique parlor bar.

Hotel San José – This urban bungalow-style hotel is located on South Congress in the heart of one of Austin’s favorite neighborhoods. The hotel was originally built in 1936 as a modern motorcourt, but has since been transformed into 40 thoughtfully designed rooms set amidst lush garden courtyards. In addition to being a unique place to sleep, the Hotel San José serves as a gathering place and occasional hub of community activity for locals and visitors alike.