Round Rock, Texas, United States of America
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Round Rock is probably best known as the home of the Dell corporation. Churning out computers, computer chips, and plenty of other nifty stuff has helped the town grow into one of the largest suburbs of the Austin metropolis. These days, hotels in Round Rock beckon business travelers bound for the tech-headed boardrooms, and others, who usually come to enjoy suburban life just on the side of pedalo-peppered Lady Bird Lake and the Lone Star state capital.

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With both business travelers and families in mind, hotels in Round Rock cater to a whole bunch of different people. The bulk of the places to stay fit neatly into the 2- and 3-star category, typically offering basic rooms with WiFi and a comfy bed, sometimes throwing in extras like small swimming pools out back or on-demand laundry service. Then come the luxury hotels in Round Rock. They're something totally different, fielding a pamper-packed escape for honeymooners with their infinity pools, swim-up bars, and stunning settings amid lakesides and woods.

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Where to stay

Those heading to Round Rock on a business trip will be pleased to find that there are loads of comfy 2- and 3-star hotels dotting the area around Dell Way. They're close to the computer headquarters, and large satellite shopping malls to boot. Being nearer to E Main Street is a sure bet for getting involved with the local Round Rock vibes. Texan saloons, sports bars, and BBQ kitchens beckon there. Meanwhile, couples eager to crank up the romance and relaxation can't do better than over by Lake Travis. It's one of Austin's recreational gems, touting deluxe resorts with spas.

Things to see

Love the chilled vibes of small-town America? E Main Street is a great place to hang out. It's the suburban hub of Round Rock, fringed with buzzing sports bars and local coffee joints for that routine cup of morning joe. It's also where you'll find the Palm House Museum. That's an off-the-beaten-track stop on the Austin heritage trail, revealing glimpses of 1800s pioneer lifestyles with its preserved interiors. Of course, a hop down to Austin's Downtown is easy. It takes as little as 20 minutes from the lobbies of many hotels in Round Rock, which means you can get planning those jaunts to the grand Texas State Capitol, the swimming ponds of Zilker Park, and the gritty honky-tonk saloons of the city's blues-thrumming nightlife districts.

How to get to Round Rock

Because they're just a whisker away from the heart of the Texas capital, you should find getting to Round Rock hotels is a doddle. Drivers can cruise up I-35 from the Downtown of Austin to their pads in around 20-25 minutes. You can also hop public transport links, but that will make the trip considerably longer. To arrive in Austin, the Austin–Bergstrom International Airport is worth considering. It's on the far side of the city but has flights coming in from countless destinations across Texas, the US, and abroad. And there are loads of car hire outlets on site.

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