AC Hotel Austin Hill Country Set to Open in Southwest Austin Fall 2021

USA, Austin, Texas. October 14, 2021

AC Hotel Austin Hill Country, situated in the beautiful central Texas foothills yet only minutes from downtown Austin, is set to open this fall. The anticipated new hotel features contemporary, European-influenced design, signature beverage & food programming, and thoughtful amenities, catering to locals and travelers alike. The hotel is located at 7415 Southwest Parkway in Southwest Austin, and will serve as an anchor to Lantana Place, a unique and upscale retail center that offers shopping, dining, entertainment, boutique fitness options, beauty salons and much more. Atlanta-based Peachtree Hotel Group will manage the new hotel, focusing on providing guests intuitive service and a seamless experience.

Conveniently located at Lantana Place, within walking distance to a local coffee shop, restaurants and other attractions, the five-story AC Hotel Austin Hill Country features 131 guestrooms and four suites that embrace modern design, sleek furnishings and open floor plans, offering guests the perfect blend of form and function and welcomed moments of tranquility. Travelers will feel right at home with complimentary WiFi, luxury bath products, pet-friendly accommodations and breathtaking views.

Designed with comfort and flexibility in mind, the contemporary lobby features curated artwork and inviting furnishings, offering a harmonious and collaborative space, whether to socialize with friends and family or to conduct a business meeting. Additional hotel amenities include an efficient fitness center featuring Life Fitness equipment and a Peloton bike, an outdoor swimming pool with reservable cabanas, an outdoor deck furnished with lounge-style soft seating and firepit, and complimentary on-site parking equipped with electric car charging stations. Three meeting rooms, totaling more than 900 square feet, provide an ideal location for corporate meetings, social gatherings or intimate group functions.

Guests will indulge in classic cocktails and tapas-inspired small bites at AC Lounge or grab a delicious, micro-local treat to bring home from the AC Store. For those looking to take things up a notch, guests and locals are invited to experience Salt + Stone Rooftop Bar, a covered, open-air, top-floor lounge featuring expertly crafted cocktails, local beer and wine, and craveable small plates paired with sweeping views of the surrounding Texas Hill Country.

Whether guests are visiting one of the many nearby corporations such as YETI, SolarWinds, AMD, or NXP - or perhaps celebrating the wedding of their dreams at one of the countless boutique hill country event venues in the area - AC Hotel Austin Hill Country is excited to open its doors for the first time this fall and redefine the hospitality landscape in Southwest Austin.

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