At the crossroads where Town Lake meets downtown, the LINE Austin draws influence from both the surrounding natural beauty and the creative energy that fuels the city. Once home to a jazz club that broadcast live on local radio in the late 1960s, the hotel is part of downtown Austin history and holds a cultural legacy within its walls as unique as the city itself.

    The rooms and suites are designed for comfort, discovery and a love of our fair city.

    We’re dog people, but cats are cool too and all pets stay for free at the LINE. No fees. No weight limits. No hassle. The LINE’s Guest Experience teams are here for your animal friend with neighborhood recommendations for walks, parks and pet-friendly bars and restaurants.

    Borrow one of our free bikes and take a ride or stroll the beautiful Town Lake Hike & Bike trail, a favorite nature spot for locals just out our back door. If the great indoors is more your thing, take it to the next level in our 24-hour gym on the 6th floor with all the gear and lake views for days.

    Overlooking the lake and the Congress Avenue Bridge, the LINE’s salt water infinity pool is where the good life happens, Austin style. And yes, there are obviously poolside tacos and cocktails in the good life.



    • 428 rooms
    • 12 floors


    • Parking
    • Pet Friendly
    • Restaurant
    • In-Room Safe
    • Satellite TV
    • Indoor Swimming Pool
    • Free WiFi
    • Dry Cleaning
    • Meeting Facilities
    • Disabled Access Rooms
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Ironing Services
    • Bar
    • Terrace
    • Concierge Services
    • Garden
    • Fitness
    • In-Room Hairdryer
    • In-Room Mini Bar


    Lakeside dining at Kristen’s Kish’s Arlo Grey, drinks in the open air at P6, tacos from Austin’s beloved Veracruz All Natural and more….eating and drinking at the LINE is a journey unto itself.

    See you where the city meets the lake.



    111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701, USA

    The LINE is centrally located downtown among Austin’s most interesting cultural treasures. Every direction offers something to discover: walk north for a museum day at The Blanton and The Contemporary or ride a bike to the eastside for tacos and drinks on a patio. Stay downtown for a live show at the Paramount Theater, travel across the bridge to the South Congress district or rent a canoe and explore the lake – which also happens to be a river.