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Hotel Name: Radisson Hotel Suites
Country: United States
Star Rating: 3
Address: 111 Cesar Chavez at Congress, Austin, Texas, United States
Overall Rating: 7.9/10
Description: This spacious and comfortable 3-star hotel is set in the centre of Austin, a few minutes walk from Austin Children’s Museum and Ann W Richards Congress Avenue Bridge. Guests can benefit from the on-site fitness centre and outdoor pool.
The Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Town Lake offers a convenient 24-hour reception as well as conference room(s), a lift and a concierge. The fitness room is equipped with a treadmill and free weights. The staff will be happy to assist in organising and booking tours and activities during your stay in Austin, as well as provide dining recommendations.
Rooms at the Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Town Lake offer sweeping views of the lake and the river and provide tea and coffee making facilities, a safe and a flat-screen TV. The large and modern rooms all have a refrigerator, a coffee maker and complimentary toiletries as well as air conditioning. In addition, there is a comfortable queen bed, as well as a free Wi-Fi and free local calls.
The Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Town Lake has an on-site restaurant, perfect for guests who prefer to eat in. Alternatively, there are plenty of other dining options in close proximity to the hotel. Breakfast is available every day and room service is also an option.
The Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Town Lake is within a 10 minute walk of O. Henry Museum, Austin Convention Center and Mexic-Arte Museum and within a 20 minute walk is The Paramount Theatre. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is within a 30 minute drive away.
Radisson Hotel Suites directions to Circuit of the Americas:
MotoGP Accommodation and Hotels for United States – Austin Texas
Circuit of the Americas is a 5.5km GP circuit in Austin, Texas. It hosted the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in November 2012 and was first introduced into the MotoGP calendar in 2013. The 1000 acre facility will also host the Texas MotoGP round in April 2019