I stayed here for a week and loved every aspect of this hotel. The room was clean, breakfast was good, staff were very nice and had lots of knowledge about the area since I'm from connecticut. The only thing I didn't like was some of the house keepers didn't speak or understand english so it was difficult to communicate with them and also on one morning a housekeeper coming to clean the room did not knock on the door and just used her key card to open the door. Luckily I was not naked and was laying on the bed watching TV. Apart from that, I had a blast staying at this hotel with my wife. Oh I forgot to say something about the king size mattress OMG it was so comfortable. I will definitely recommend this hotel to a friend and will stay here again
We were moved to a different Extended america property since they ran out of space. They conveyed this to us on the day of the travel. This property was 2 miles away so not far off. However we had to ask for basic amenities(Hair dryer, coffee, toileteries(Except soap) etc) which were in the other property by default(according to the website. While the front desk obliged when we asked for some of the stuff and they were cordial, I wish they had it in the first place.
As a high-tech incubator, Austin’s northwest fringes give credence to its nickname of “Silicon Hills.” Here, IBM conducts research on microprocessors, while The University of Texas provides seed money and space for promising technologies. Many tech vendors also operate in the area’s office parks. Nearby on Research Boulevard, the Arboretum at Great Hills melds shopping with Austin’s lush terrain.