Hotels near Texas State Capitol
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The Texas State Capitol is home to the legislative body that governs the state of Texas. It's the third building to hold the name, and history is made under its dome every day.

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La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Mopac North at The Domain
from $79
Embassy Suites Austin-Downtown/Town Lake
Embassy Suites Austin-Downtown/Town Lake
300 S Congress Ave, Austin
from $149
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin Northwest Arboretum
from $98
Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel
from $101
Hampton Inn & Suites Austin - Downtown / Convention Center
from $159
Aloft Austin at The Domain
Aloft Austin at The Domain
11601 Domain Drive, Austin
from $139
La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf
La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf
1603 East Oltorf Blvd, Austin
from $58
Super 8 Austin University - Downtown Area
Super 8 Austin University - Downtown Area
5526 North Interstate Highway 35, Austin
from $42
Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Downtown
Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Downtown
111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin
from $152
Casulo Hotel
Casulo Hotel
3017 South I35, Austin
from $104
More About Hotels near Texas State Capitol...

What's the Texas State Capitol?

The Texas State Capitol is a historic building that took six years to construct. Work began in 1882 and finished in 1888. When work was completed, it was billed as the seventh largest building in the world.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Texas State Capitol?

The DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Austin has the best views of the Capitol Building, and is about three blocks away. Even closer to the Capitol building is the La Quinta Inn Austin Capitol. It offers cheap rooms along with a convenient location that's across the street from the Capitol building. 

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near the Texas State Capitol?

The Texas State Capitol Building calls downtown Austin its home. The area is full of students that attend the University of Texas at Austin who give the area a lively, youthful vibe. Multiple bars, restaurants, galleries, and live entertainment venues call downtown Austin their home and encapsulate the artistic vibe that Austin is known for. The combination of a young population and entertainment results in a heady and exciting mix.

What do I Need to Know About the Texas State Capitol?

There is no charge to enter the building, but visitors can expect to undergo a security check on their way in. Guided tours are offered seven days a week. Guides bring visitors to key areas of the building to discuss their importance and highlight interesting details in the architecture and artwork that is found throughout the building. All tours are free, and visitors have the option to go on a self-guided tour.