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$1999 / Per Person

Austin, Texas

2 night weekend getaway from $279 per couple per night

Weekend Getaways
Day 1 :
  • Introduction to Austin Morning: Check-in at the Carpenter Hotel. Breakfast at Carpenters Hall, the hotel's acclaimed on-site restaurant. Head to the Texas State Capitol. The guided tours are informative and free. Afternoon: Visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum to get an in-depth understanding of Texas' rich history. Lunch at one of Austin's famous food trucks. Consider grabbing some tacos – a local favorite. Stroll along South Congress Avenue, exploring its unique boutiques, vintage stores, and art galleries. Evening: Dine at Guero’s Taco Bar on South Congress for traditional Tex-Mex. Experience Austin's nightlife along the famed Sixth Street, with its many bars, clubs, and live-music venues.
Day 2 :
  • Culture & Nature Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Explore the Blanton Museum of Art, home to an impressive collection of European paintings, modern and contemporary American and Latin American art. Afternoon: Lunch at the on-site restaurant or try another local spot. Head to Zilker Park. Visit the Barton Springs Pool – a spring-fed pool with year-round temperatures of about 68 degrees. Explore the Zilker Botanical Garden situated within the park. Evening: Dinner at Matt's El Rancho, an iconic Austin Mexican restaurant. If visiting during summer, end your evening watching the Congress Avenue Bridge bats, the largest urban bat colony in North America.
Day 3 :
  • Relax & Local Vibes Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Take a leisurely walk or jog along the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake. This scenic trail offers fantastic views of downtown Austin. Afternoon: Lunch at the hotel or venture to the nearby Barton Springs area for more dining options. Visit the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, which is not far from the hotel. Shop or browse the unique stores and boutiques in the 2nd Street District. Evening: Experience dinner at one of Austin’s renowned BBQ joints like Micklethwait Craft Meats or Franklin Barbecue (if you’re willing to queue!). Catch a live show at the ACL Live at the Moody Theater, the permanent home of the Austin City Limits television program.
Day 1 :
  • Introduction to Austin Morning: Check-in at the Carpenter Hotel. Breakfast at Carpenters Hall, the hotel's acclaimed on-site restaurant. Head to the Texas State Capitol. The guided tours are informative and free. Afternoon: Visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum to get an in-depth understanding of Texas' rich history. Lunch at one of Austin's famous food trucks. Consider grabbing some tacos – a local favorite. Stroll along South Congress Avenue, exploring its unique boutiques, vintage stores, and art galleries. Evening: Dine at Guero’s Taco Bar on South Congress for traditional Tex-Mex. Experience Austin's nightlife along the famed Sixth Street, with its many bars, clubs, and live-music venues.
Day 2 :
  • Culture & Nature Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Explore the Blanton Museum of Art, home to an impressive collection of European paintings, modern and contemporary American and Latin American art. Afternoon: Lunch at the on-site restaurant or try another local spot. Head to Zilker Park. Visit the Barton Springs Pool – a spring-fed pool with year-round temperatures of about 68 degrees. Explore the Zilker Botanical Garden situated within the park. Evening: Dinner at Matt's El Rancho, an iconic Austin Mexican restaurant. If visiting during summer, end your evening watching the Congress Avenue Bridge bats, the largest urban bat colony in North America.
Day 3 :
  • Relax & Local Vibes Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Take a leisurely walk or jog along the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake. This scenic trail offers fantastic views of downtown Austin. Afternoon: Lunch at the hotel or venture to the nearby Barton Springs area for more dining options. Visit the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, which is not far from the hotel. Shop or browse the unique stores and boutiques in the 2nd Street District. Evening: Experience dinner at one of Austin’s renowned BBQ joints like Micklethwait Craft Meats or Franklin Barbecue (if you’re willing to queue!). Catch a live show at the ACL Live at the Moody Theater, the permanent home of the Austin City Limits television program.
Day 1 :
  • Introduction to Austin Morning: Check-in at the Carpenter Hotel. Breakfast at Carpenters Hall, the hotel's acclaimed on-site restaurant. Head to the Texas State Capitol. The guided tours are informative and free. Afternoon: Visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum to get an in-depth understanding of Texas' rich history. Lunch at one of Austin's famous food trucks. Consider grabbing some tacos – a local favorite. Stroll along South Congress Avenue, exploring its unique boutiques, vintage stores, and art galleries. Evening: Dine at Guero’s Taco Bar on South Congress for traditional Tex-Mex. Experience Austin's nightlife along the famed Sixth Street, with its many bars, clubs, and live-music venues.
Day 2 :
  • Culture & Nature Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Explore the Blanton Museum of Art, home to an impressive collection of European paintings, modern and contemporary American and Latin American art. Afternoon: Lunch at the on-site restaurant or try another local spot. Head to Zilker Park. Visit the Barton Springs Pool – a spring-fed pool with year-round temperatures of about 68 degrees. Explore the Zilker Botanical Garden situated within the park. Evening: Dinner at Matt's El Rancho, an iconic Austin Mexican restaurant. If visiting during summer, end your evening watching the Congress Avenue Bridge bats, the largest urban bat colony in North America.
Day 3 :
  • Relax & Local Vibes Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Take a leisurely walk or jog along the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake. This scenic trail offers fantastic views of downtown Austin. Afternoon: Lunch at the hotel or venture to the nearby Barton Springs area for more dining options. Visit the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, which is not far from the hotel. Shop or browse the unique stores and boutiques in the 2nd Street District. Evening: Experience dinner at one of Austin’s renowned BBQ joints like Micklethwait Craft Meats or Franklin Barbecue (if you’re willing to queue!). Catch a live show at the ACL Live at the Moody Theater, the permanent home of the Austin City Limits television program.
Day 1 :
  • Introduction to Austin Morning: Check-in at the Carpenter Hotel. Breakfast at Carpenters Hall, the hotel's acclaimed on-site restaurant. Head to the Texas State Capitol. The guided tours are informative and free. Afternoon: Visit the Bullock Texas State History Museum to get an in-depth understanding of Texas' rich history. Lunch at one of Austin's famous food trucks. Consider grabbing some tacos – a local favorite. Stroll along South Congress Avenue, exploring its unique boutiques, vintage stores, and art galleries. Evening: Dine at Guero’s Taco Bar on South Congress for traditional Tex-Mex. Experience Austin's nightlife along the famed Sixth Street, with its many bars, clubs, and live-music venues.
Day 2 :
  • Culture & Nature Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Explore the Blanton Museum of Art, home to an impressive collection of European paintings, modern and contemporary American and Latin American art. Afternoon: Lunch at the on-site restaurant or try another local spot. Head to Zilker Park. Visit the Barton Springs Pool – a spring-fed pool with year-round temperatures of about 68 degrees. Explore the Zilker Botanical Garden situated within the park. Evening: Dinner at Matt's El Rancho, an iconic Austin Mexican restaurant. If visiting during summer, end your evening watching the Congress Avenue Bridge bats, the largest urban bat colony in North America.
Day 3 :
  • Relax & Local Vibes Morning: Breakfast at the hotel. Take a leisurely walk or jog along the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake. This scenic trail offers fantastic views of downtown Austin. Afternoon: Lunch at the hotel or venture to the nearby Barton Springs area for more dining options. Visit the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, which is not far from the hotel. Shop or browse the unique stores and boutiques in the 2nd Street District. Evening: Experience dinner at one of Austin’s renowned BBQ joints like Micklethwait Craft Meats or Franklin Barbecue (if you’re willing to queue!). Catch a live show at the ACL Live at the Moody Theater, the permanent home of the Austin City Limits television program.

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