Four Seasons Hotel Austin
Time Out says
Occupying perhaps the most expensive strip of real estate in downtown Austin, the Four Seasons is nestled up against the Lady Bird Lake hike and bike trails, which makes it a perfect gateway to one of the city’s most iconic natural amenities. The hotel's 294 rooms and suites recently went through multi-million dollar renovations, which included upgrades to the decor along with the addition of Snooz white noise machines and Bluetooth-enabled Soundlink Minis in each guest room. Evening in-house car service and twice-daily housekeeping are the type of practical amenities that make this a more boutique option, not to mention the heated saltwater pool, spa (check out the allergy relief massage during Cedar Fever season), lawn hammocks and chimineas with complementary S’mores kits. The hotel restaurant, TRIO, focuses on local produce direct from East Austin's Springdale Farm and pork from Richardson Farms in Rockdale, Texas.