Area Attractions

There’s no shortage of sightseeing in Austin: Shop till you drop in the 2nd Street District, at The Domain®, or at the Arboretum at Great Hills, dive into the heart of the city along historic Sixth Street, or get away from it all with a day at Lake Travis. History buffs will love touring the Texas State Capitol, LBJ Presidential Library, and Bullock Texas State History Museum. Farther out, you can venture into Texas Hill Country to go wine tasting, explore hiking trails, and cruise scenic lakes. If you’re trying to decide on your adventures, our friendly staff can point you in the right direction. When you’re done seeing the sights, retreat from it all and relax at our outdoor pool.

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Hyatt Place Austin-North Central

7522 North IH-35
Austin, Texas, United States, 78752

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Local Food + Drink

Bangers Sausage House & Beer Garden

Enjoy German-style sausages, homemade jerky, and craft beers in one of Austin’s most charming outdoor beer gardens, Bangers Sausage House & Beer Garden.

DEE DEE

The best place in Austin for Northern Thai street food, DEE DEE offers a casual, fun setting. Try the pad kapow; mango and sticky rice; or the specialty dish, moo ping, filled with Thai pork skewers, sticky rice, and a sweet and sour sauce.

Local Attractions

Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail and Boardwalk at Lady Bird Lake

Hike or bike along 10 miles of winding pathways bordering scenic Lady Bird Lake, located in downtown Austin.

Thinkery

Formerly known as Austin Children’s Museum, Thinkery has exhibits on science, technology, and the arts with an emphasis on hands-on learning.