The Best Hotels with Suites to Book in Austin, Texas
Treat yourself to a sweet suite stay at one of these awesome hotels in Austin, Texas | © NiKreative / Alamy Stock Photo
These Austin hotels with suites offer guests signature Texan hospitality with some serious style thrown in. Wraparound decks, custom cocktail carts, parlor rooms and private gardens will give you a base in the city you won’t want to leave. Or, for the business traveler on a budget, find innovative workspaces, kitchens and convenient locations. Whatever your reasons for visiting the live music capital of the world, these are the best hotels with suites in Austin, Texas – bookable on Culture Trip.
Commodore Perry Estate, Auberge Resorts Collection, for the ultimate elegance
4.8/5 (27 Reviews)
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Now from $658 per night
An exquisitely designed 10-acre (4ha) estate with picturesque gardens yet still within the heart of the city, we’re not sure you’ll ever want to stay anywhere else. The sizeable suites come with features including private scented gardens, personalized cocktail carts and complimentary use of a Mercedes – if you can bear to leave.
Archer Hotel Austin, for livable luxury
4.8/5 (973 Reviews)
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Now from $292 per night
The Archer Hotel puts you right where you need to be amid Domain Northside – sleep like royalty afterward on four-poster canopy-draped beds or lounge on a private balcony complete with a limestone fireplace. Fun and fancy extras in the suites include Texas rubber duckies in your deep soaking tub and a Bowers and Wilkens Bluetooth speaker.
Hotel Magdalena, for chic retro vibes
4.2/5 (18 Reviews)
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Now from $213 per night
This 70s inspired dog-friendly hotel in the South Congress neighborhood screams retro chic and the suites have features including private balconies, terraces, Spanish tiles and custom walnut wood built-in beds and desks. Join in for a lively brunch at weekends at the on-site restaurant Summer House – try the Eggs in Purgatory, served up with cilantro pesto, aleppo, lentils and za’atar toast.
Four Seasons Hotel Austin, for lively lounging
4.5/5 (231 Reviews)
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Now from $881 per night
Find classic elegance and flexible sleeping arrangements at the Four Seasons with the suites providing an option to be configured to suit your needs. Enjoy warm, neutral decor, custom artwork and furnishings and separate living and sleeping areas to create a luxurious home from home in Austin. There’s a glorious wraparound deck at the Congressional Suite – or the “Jam Pit” in the Presidential Suite designed for lounging and conversation. Borrow one of the hotel’s guitars and get into the groove.
Fairmont Austin Gold Experience, for a grand old time
4.9/5 (271 Reviews)
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Now from $456 per night
Whether you’re a business or leisure guest, the suites at the Fairmont Austin provide the perfect space for pampering and relaxation. Floor-to-ceiling windows – with views over the lake and city skyline – make the plush, cozy bathrobes and Le Labo toiletries even better. Additionally, parlor rooms with printed oversized chairs and a fully stocked wet bar with a dining area make everything super easy here. Why would you ever go out?
Austin Proper Hotel, a Member of Design Hotels, for suites done properly
4.2/5 (78 Reviews)
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Now from $351 per night
The Proper Hotel in Austin does suites – well, properly. State-of-the-art connectivity sits alongside barefoot-friendly rugs, crisp Fili D’Oro linens, marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and indoor and outdoor square footage. When you feel like company, head to the rooftop pool deck and mingle over family-style platters of ceviche and table-top sizzling fajitas – washed down, of course, with a house margarita.
Hotel Granduca Austin, for the dolce vita
4.7/5 (933 Reviews)
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Now from $185 per night
You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d hopped on the wrong plane and ended up in the Mediterranean with this Italian-style villa perched in the heart of the Hill Country. The Hotel Granduca Austin has that traditional opulence and the suites play up to their setting – with features like Juliet balconies, Italian linens and views that rival the Tuscan countryside. The Visconti Bar is the ideal place to meet friends or schmooze clients, take an alfresco seat in the courtyard and peruse the cigar menu while sipping on a Limoncello.
Home2 Suites by Hilton Austin North/Near the Domain, for an innovative base
4.7/5 (464 Reviews)
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Now from $127 per night
If you’re looking for hotels with kitchens in Austin, try the Home2 Suites by Hilton. The innovative working wall separates the studio into three functional areas that give you a working base and living area, a bedroom and a place to cook and eat. The suites are basic but cover everything you need and the location puts you within walking distance to the Domain – Austin’s second downtown.
Residence Inn by Marriott Austin Downtown/Convention Center, for familiar home comforts
4.5/5 (706 Reviews)
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Now from $121 per night
This extended-stay hotel within the vibrant entertainment district of Austin gives you apartment-style living in suites fully equipped for life away from home. Light and airy rooms, extra pull-out beds and a complimentary breakfast buffet bump up the convenience levels even further – plus you’ll be near attractions including Barton Springs Pool, Paramount Theatre and Bullock Texas State History Museum.
Homewood Suites by Hilton TechRidge Parmer @ I-35, for group trips
4.6/5 (653 Reviews)
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Now from $104 per night
With suites sleeping up to eight guests plus a full kitchen and dining area, this accommodation works well for groups traveling together. Homewood Suites by Hilton is centrally located and with plenty of extra meeting and event space, you can stay on track with work before hanging out by the pool. Need a bonus? Breakfast is on them so you’ll only need to get creative in the kitchen for lunch and dinner.