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Four Seasons Hotel Austin

The Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas, photographed from the rear on Lady Bird Lake

Four Seasons Hotel Austin is a part of the Toronto-based Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels and resorts. Its restaurant, TRIO, is a four-star restaurant, like the hotel. It is located on the shores of Lady Bird Lake, a reservoir of the Colorado River of Texas in Downtown Austin.


The 9-story hotel was built in 1987. The interior includes elements of flagstone and native art which reflect upon the history of Austin. Located near the Austin Convention Center and the entertainment district, the hotel offers 291 guest rooms, including 28 suites.

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