Hotels near Sixth Street
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Austin's first skyscrapers were erected near Sixth and Congress Avenue: the Littlefield and the Scarborough buildings. But late Friday and Saturday nights turn the area into "Dirty Sixth," where people bounce like pinballs from bar to bar. Practically every doorway opens to a pub or a club, with a doorperson beckoning revelers. Police officers are in force and alert, on horse, car, or foot. Instant gratification foods include walk-up windows with pizza slices, food trucks, and plenty of pub grub. Escape the fray at the intimate French restaurant Chez Nous or the opulent 1886 Driskill Hotel, with a friendly piano bar and elegant food and drink menu. Come morning, one of the best bloody mary's is served at Casino El Camino.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Sixth Street

La Quinta Inn Austin Capitol
La Quinta Inn Austin Capitol
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2.7
1044 reviews
300 E 11th St, Austin
from $99
Residence Inn Austin South
Residence Inn Austin South
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4.2
51 reviews
4537 South IH-35, Austin
from $109
Hampton Inn & Suites Austin-Airport
Hampton Inn & Suites Austin-Airport
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4.1
371 reviews
7712 E Riverside Drive, Austin
from $119
Ramada Austin Central
Ramada Austin Central
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3.6
862 reviews
919 East Koenig Lane, North I-35 at Exit 238A, Austin
from $80
Hyatt Place Austin North Central
Hyatt Place Austin North Central
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4.0
766 reviews
7522 I 35 N, Austin
from $107
Casulo Hotel
Casulo Hotel
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3.4
216 reviews
3017 South I35, Austin
from $128
Candlewood Suites Austin-South
Candlewood Suites Austin-South
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4.0
18 reviews
4320 I 35 S, Austin
from $72
Courtyard by Marriott Austin-University Area
from $99
Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel
Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel
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4.1
579 reviews
2200 S I 35, Austin
from $109
Super 8 Austin Downtown / Capitol Area
Super 8 Austin Downtown / Capitol Area
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3.3
939 reviews
1201 N I-35, Austin
from $67
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Austin's first skyscrapers were erected near Sixth and Congress Avenue: the Littlefield and the Scarborough buildings. But late Friday and Saturday nights turn the area into "Dirty Sixth," where people bounce like pinballs from bar to bar. Practically every doorway opens to a pub or a club, with a doorperson beckoning revelers. Police officers are in force and alert, on horse, car, or foot. Instant gratification foods include walk-up windows with pizza slices, food trucks, and plenty of pub grub. Escape the fray at the intimate French restaurant Chez Nous or the opulent 1886 Driskill Hotel, with a friendly piano bar and elegant food and drink menu. Come morning, one of the best bloody mary's is served at Casino El Camino.

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