Area Attractions

There is never a dull moment in Austin, and Hyatt Regency Austin is close to everything. Exciting things to do in Austin include 6th Street attractions, Rainey street entertainment and events at the Austin Convention center. Besides being close to these places, we also provide easy access to Ladybird Lake’s Hike N’ Bike trail, where you can find exciting water sports like kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddling, and rowing. You can also enjoy historical attractions downtown, such as the Capitol and other historical sites like the LBJ Library and Barton Springs Pool.

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Hyatt Regency Austin

208 Barton Springs
Austin, Texas, USA, 78704

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Hotel Activities

Golf Concierge

Hit the greens of Hill Country at renowned ranges like Avery Ranch and Falconhead. Our E-Concierge will reserve early tee times, schedule catered outings and offer exclusive discounts at our sister property Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Wolfdancer.

Pints & Poses Yoga

Our 1-hour vinyasa yoga series is free, monthly and open to the public. Yogis of all levels will feel comfortable with professional classes led by Ferny Barcelo of Six Elephants Yoga+Therapy and assisted by Zuzu Perkal from Blackbird Fitness and City Surf Austin. Post class, enjoy a free, local draft beer with your fellow yogis and unwind on Marker 10’s patio overlooking Lady Bird Lake. Class perks include citrus-infused water and free parking in a covered garage. For questions, please e-mail hyattaustin@hyatt.com. Namaste, y’all!

Regency Rhythms

Helping you get into the mood for a great weekend - Regency Rhythms takes place in the Hyatt Regency Austin lobby every Friday evening from 5-7pm. For the monthly lineup, please visit our Facebook page at facebook.comhyattrgencyaustin or email hyattaustin@hyatt.com for the latest listing.

Arts & Culture

Austin History Center

Learn about Austin’s fascinating past from this Renaissance revival-style library built in 1933. Some of the era’s best architecture, ironwork and stone carving remain.

Blanton Museum of Arts

Ranked among the top university art museums in the United States, Blanton features some of the most important art in the country, including the Suida-Manning Collection.

Bullock Texas State History Museum

The Bullock Texas State History Museum is owned by the Texas State Preservation Board, with the mission to tell "the Story of Texas."

Local Attractions

Austin Bats

The largest urban bat colony in North America emerges at sunset from the crevices of Congress Avenue Bridge. You won’t want to miss it, and with Hyatt Regency Austin’s prime location, you won’t.

Thinkery

Thinkery is Austin’s home for “why” and “how, ” a place where science and families play side by side and where people connect with ideas by doing, making and experiencing. It’s a foundry for a new generation of innovators and creative problem solvers.

Austin Duck Adventures

There’s nothing like these land and sea tours of downtown Austin. Blend family-friendly fun with enlightening information into the city’s complex history.

Food & Drink