Hotels near Warehouse District
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
There is no shortage of walkable nightlife just west of downtown. On Fourth near Lavaca is a club that Out magazine dubbed one of the "50 Greatest Gay Bars": Oil Can Harry's, featuring DJs, drag queens, and karaoke. Absinthe bar Peché has an apothecary feel, with high tin ceilings and brick walls framing the selection of Swiss, French, and domestic absinthe. Next door, the popular pickup joint Cedar Street Courtyard hosts fun party bands. Local legends Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Ian Moore, and Los Lonely Boys have launched their careers from the stage at Antone's, helping make Austin's name as "Live Music Capitol of the World."

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Warehouse District

The Driskill
The Driskill
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3.8
1293 reviews
604 Brazos Street, Austin
from $159
Extended Stay America Austin - Downtown - Town Lake
Extended Stay America Austin - Downtown - Town Lake
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3.0
590 reviews
507 S. First St., Austin
from $119
Crowne Plaza Austin
Crowne Plaza Austin
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3.5
706 reviews
6121 North Ih 35, Austin
from $104
Holiday Inn Austin -Town Lake
Holiday Inn Austin -Town Lake
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3.4
835 reviews
20 North IH-35, Austin
from $125
La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf
La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf
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2.4
574 reviews
1603 East Oltorf Blvd, Austin
from $65
Hotel Ella
Hotel Ella
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4.1
178 reviews
1900 Rio Grande Street, Austin
from $175
Ramada Austin Central
Ramada Austin Central
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3.3
917 reviews
919 East Koenig Lane, North I-35 at Exit 238A, Austin
from $80
Hilton Austin
Hilton Austin
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3.7
1628 reviews
500 E 4th St, Austin
from $159
Super 8 Austin Downtown / Capitol Area
Super 8 Austin Downtown / Capitol Area
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3.4
1023 reviews
1201 N I-35, Austin
from $67
Four Seasons Hotel Austin
Four Seasons Hotel Austin
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4.2
197 reviews
98 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin
from $369
More About Hotels near Warehouse District...

There is no shortage of walkable nightlife just west of downtown. On Fourth near Lavaca is a club that Out magazine dubbed one of the "50 Greatest Gay Bars": Oil Can Harry's, featuring DJs, drag queens, and karaoke. Absinthe bar Peché has an apothecary feel, with high tin ceilings and brick walls framing the selection of Swiss, French, and domestic absinthe. Next door, the popular pickup joint Cedar Street Courtyard hosts fun party bands. Local legends Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Ian Moore, and Los Lonely Boys have launched their careers from the stage at Antone's, helping make Austin's name as "Live Music Capitol of the World."

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