Hotels Near UT Austin

UniversityParent’s Travel Team has found hotels near UT Austin that parents will love. Whether it’s time for Family Weekend, Move-In, or just a quick trip to visit your Longhorn student, it’s important to find the right hotel. We’ve listed the parent-friendly hotels below in order of distance to campus. Each one has features like free breakfast, free local/airport shuttles, or free Wi-fi.

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The Driskill

★★★★☆ | .2 miles from University of Texas at Austin | Rating: 8.7

This unique hotel is a short walk to UT Austin’s campus. Parents will find this especially convenient during Longhorn sporting events when parking near campus is scarce.
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Hyatt Place Austin Downtown

★★★☆☆ | .3 miles from University of Texas at Austin | Rating: no guest score yet

Parents know that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day, and being able to save money and time makes it extra valuable! The Hyatt Place is also within walking distance of UT Austin. It is located downtown so parents can explore Austin with their Longhorn student.
Hotels near UT Austin

Hotels near UT Austin

Courtyard By Marriott Austin Downtown/Convention Center

★★★☆☆ | .3 miles from University of Texas at Austin | Rating: 8.5

Conveniently located downtown, the Courtyard by Marriott is within walking distance of UT Austin. For the busy parents who need to stay connected while visiting their Longhorn student, the free Wi-fi will be immensely helpful.
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Wyndham Garden Hotel Austin

★★★☆☆ | 3.1 miles from University of Texas at Austin | Rating: 7.1

For UT Austin parents flying in from out of state, the free airport shuttle will alleviate the stress of trying to navigate Austin traffic. Still close to downtown, the wyndham Garden Hotel is pet friendly and offers free Wi-fi.
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