Where to Stay

The Hyatt Lost Pines is less than 30 minutes from downtown Austin, and offers families a resort setting with activities that will please even the smallest members of the family.

Right at arrival, we felt like we were somewhere special. Lost Pines was built only seven years ago, but its stately architecture and hundreds-of-years-old live oaks lend the feel of a resort with a much longer history. (I pictured characters from Dirty Dancing playing croquet or learning to pachanga out on that lawn.) Registration staff greeted us with mimosas and, for the little ones, cookies, and handed us a calendar of events like this one that previewed our activity choices for the week. 

To read more, go to the original article posted on LiveMom.

The Omni Downtown Austin has a rooftop pool that plays 80's music (maybe you will catch some Cure or Depeche Mode in prepartion for this year's ACL Festival) and is child-friendly, too.

Catherine from LiveMom had the chance to stay shortly after they went through an extensive renovation. You can read more about that pool and all of the other amenities that they offer in the original post.

Just minutes from downtown, the Omni Southpark has a Sensational Kids Program as well as Kid's Sensory Suites, a separate room with two twin beds, a DVD player, and toys and games that connect to a King Suite so that the little ones are close to mom and dad. Upon check-in, children receive a backpack filled with fun items designed specifically for them.  Kids also receive milk and cookies delivered to their guest room on the first night and can request to borrow a rolling backpack full of toys, books and games.


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