- Arboretum at Great Hills
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 11 MI/ 17.7 KM
Golf: 14.9 MI/ 23.98 KM South West
While staying with us, one must see Austin’s world-class live music scene. 6th Street is great for this – the area is roughly eight blocks and is so jam-packed with historic music clubs and restaurants that it has made the National Historic Register. Head to Stubb’s to grab some tasty BBQ and live music, or swing by Antone’s for an all-ages event.
Wake up in the morning and consider a jog around Lady Bird Lake, or spend the day in Zilker Metropolitan Park where you can bike, canoe, swim, or play Frisbee golf to your heart’s content. After lunch consider admiring the blooms at Lady Bird Johnson’s Wildflower Center, then, come nightfall, watch the 1.5 million bats emerge from underneath the Congress Ave Bridge – the largest colony of its kind
Russo New York Pizzeria
Russo New York Pizzeria is located in our parking lot and features Authentic New York Style Pizza, Sandwiches, Salads, Pastas as well as beer and wine. You can dine in the restaurant or place an order to go and have it delivered to your room.
Location: 0.25 MI/ 0.4 KM South
Serves: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Phone Number: 1-512-3304365
Copper Restaurant & Desserts
Copper is an evolution of Hill Country cuisine and libations rooted in the sweeter side of life. We craft lunches, brunches, and dinners that bring family and friends around the table with a little touch of Texan charm and a whole lotta see ya'll again real soon. Swing by with a friend or two for our famous happy hour and you'll see why we're the oldest locally owned restaurant in the Domain.
Location: 4 MI/ 6.44 KM
Don't Go Home Without
The Bullock Texas State History Museum is the one place big enough to tell the whole "Story of Texas!" Explore engaging exhibits, special-effects films, programs for the whole family, and Austin's premier IMAX Theatre.
From cycling to stand-up paddle boarding, water biking to leisurely canoe paddling, Austin offers an abundance of outdoor activities. And with 300 days of sunshine and an average temperature of 68 degrees, being active in Austin comes naturally. Don't forget your sunscreen!