Hotels near North Lamar
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Don't let the strip mall stretch be a deterrent. The moment you pass your keys to the valet, your experience begins at Uchiko, serving fish flown in daily from Tokyo. The prices are high at the sister to Austin's world-class sushi restaurant Uchi, but the meal is memorable. Nearby is Central Market, a grocery store where you can practically hear birds singing in the produce section. Belly up to the wine bar for a cheese plate and a wine flight. A five-minute drive to North Loop Boulevard is worthwhile for pedestrian-friendly shopping at independent stores and vintage boutiques stocking Mad Men-style furnishings.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near North Lamar

Hyatt Place Austin/Arboretum
Hyatt Place Austin/Arboretum
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4.1
557 reviews
3612 Tudor Blvd, Austin
from $101
W Austin
W Austin
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4.1
652 reviews
200 Lavaca Street, Austin
from $188
The Driskill
The Driskill
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3.7
1371 reviews
604 Brazos Street, Austin
from $159
Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark
Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark
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3.7
1653 reviews
4140 Governors Row, Austin
from $107
Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa
Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa
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3.8
375 reviews
8212 Barton Club Drive, Austin
from $179
Courtyard by Marriott Austin North/Parmer Lane
from $94
Super 8 Austin University - Downtown Area
Super 8 Austin University - Downtown Area
5526 N Interstate Highway 35, Austin
from $42
Holiday Inn Austin -Town Lake
Holiday Inn Austin -Town Lake
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3.3
865 reviews
20 North IH-35, Austin
from $94
Hilton Austin
Hilton Austin
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4.0
1615 reviews
500 E 4th St, Austin
from $159
AT&T Hotel & Conference Center at the University of Texas
AT&T Hotel & Conference Center at the University of Texas
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3.8
816 reviews
1900 University Avenue, Austin
from $160
More About Hotels near North Lamar...

Don't let the strip mall stretch be a deterrent. The moment you pass your keys to the valet, your experience begins at Uchiko, serving fish flown in daily from Tokyo. The prices are high at the sister to Austin's world-class sushi restaurant Uchi, but the meal is memorable. Nearby is Central Market, a grocery store where you can practically hear birds singing in the produce section. Belly up to the wine bar for a cheese plate and a wine flight. A five-minute drive to North Loop Boulevard is worthwhile for pedestrian-friendly shopping at independent stores and vintage boutiques stocking Mad Men-style furnishings.

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