Hotels near Second Street
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Look closely and notice that City Hall is shaped like an armadillo, covered in an intentionally rusted patina. Across the street is the larger-than-life bronze monument of Willie Nelson on guitar marking the entrance of Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theatre. The statue was unveiled April 20th, 2012 at 4:20 pm (get it?) by the mayor, who introduced Willie as "the man who more than others made Austin the live music capitol of the world." Foodies converge on La Condesa for award-winning contemporary Mexican, Second Bar + Kitchen for buffalo fried pickles, and Lambert's for high-end BBQ. Cafes fuel shopping expeditions at independent women's boutiques along the street.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Second Street

InterContinental Stephen F. Austin
InterContinental Stephen F. Austin
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4.1
738 reviews
701 Congress Avenue, Austin
from $153
The Driskill
The Driskill
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3.8
1235 reviews
604 Brazos Street, Austin
from $159
DoubleTree by Hilton Austin - University Area
DoubleTree by Hilton Austin - University Area
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3.8
616 reviews
1617 Interstate Hwy 35 N, Austin
from $109
AT&T Hotel & Conference Center at the University of Texas
AT&T Hotel & Conference Center at the University of Texas
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3.7
673 reviews
1900 University Avenue, Austin
from $152
Omni Austin Hotel
Omni Austin Hotel
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3.8
1764 reviews
700 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin
from $170
Hilton Austin
Hilton Austin
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3.7
1684 reviews
500 E 4th St, Austin
from $169
Hyatt Regency Austin
Hyatt Regency Austin
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3.7
1127 reviews
208 Barton Springs Rd, Austin
from $179
Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown/Convention Center
Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown/Convention Center
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3.6
808 reviews
500 N Interstate 35, Austin
from $134
W Austin
W Austin
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3.7
719 reviews
200 Lavaca Street, Austin
from $188
Embassy Suites Austin-Downtown/Town Lake
Embassy Suites Austin-Downtown/Town Lake
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4.1
569 reviews
300 S Congress Ave, Austin
from $149
More About Hotels near Second Street...

Look closely and notice that City Hall is shaped like an armadillo, covered in an intentionally rusted patina. Across the street is the larger-than-life bronze monument of Willie Nelson on guitar marking the entrance of Austin City Limits Live at the Moody Theatre. The statue was unveiled April 20th, 2012 at 4:20 pm (get it?) by the mayor, who introduced Willie as "the man who more than others made Austin the live music capitol of the world." Foodies converge on La Condesa for award-winning contemporary Mexican, Second Bar + Kitchen for buffalo fried pickles, and Lambert's for high-end BBQ. Cafes fuel shopping expeditions at independent women's boutiques along the street.

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