History meets luxury between the university and State Capitol complex.
Built in 1900, this mansion has been lovingly restored and turned into one of Austin's most elegant accommodations. Guests staying here need never be disturbed by the fact that they are right in the middle of one of the busiest parts of the city. The integrity of the building has been preserved, and the décor combines a traditional American look with a distinctly regal European sensibility. There are only 48 rooms in all, which fosters an atmosphere of intimacy. Each bedroom features 310-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and a granite-topped writing desk. Judges' Hill Restaurant & Bar follows the philosophy of the hotel's décor, blending more than one influence to create unique culinary offerings. Large porches and spa treatments make this an ideal place for relaxation. Surprisingly for such a stately hotel, pets are welcome.