Top 6 Texas Hill Country Resorts
Austin doesn’t seem a major resort traveler destination in the Texas Hill Country.
Interestingly, it has some of the best Texas Hill Country Resorts.
Here are 6 of them:
1. Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa
This is a 4000-acre resort.
It has 4 golf courses, 303 rooms, 4 clothing stores, 11 tennis courts and 4 restaurants.
It has a variety of fun activities for children.
There are several classes for adults:
– a training program for golfers
The half-mile nature trail offers some quiet time. You can do an easy hike and experience magnificent views.
2. Lakeway Resort and Spa
This resort emphasizes on a number of water-based activities, for instance sailing, fishing and water-skiing.
There are 3 pools to ensure more refreshing recreation.
There is a two-story water slide for children.
There is a swim-up bar.
Masterson’s Steakhouse offers red meat and specialties, for instance molasses- glazed quail.
3. Lake Austin Spa Resort
This has remained a favorite among other Texas Hill Country resorts in publications like Conde nast Traveler’s ‘best of’ lists.
It is a 40-room resort
There is a tranquil lake next to it, with lush landscaping.
Pool-side cabanas, sunrooms, and Zen gardens add to the tranquility.
There are over 100 treatments available in the Spa, for example, river rock massage, and acupuncture.
There is an organic garden to provide fresh herbs.
The herbs are used in spa treatments and form part of the healthy cuisine ion the restaurant.
4. Hyatt Regency Lost Pines
It is ideal for an active vacation or even relaxing.
It sits on 400 acres along the Colorado River.
Some of the activities that you can engage in here include: river kayaking, frolicking at the water park and riding on horseback.
There is also a scenic 18-hole course. It was named as one of the best public golf courses in Texas in 2013.
Spa Django offers deep relaxation. Here, experienced members of staff provide specialized massages and facials.
5. Travaasa Austin
This resort’s emphasis is on experiences, which makes it very unique among other Texas Hill Country resorts.
You can learn how to hula-dance, fly through treetops in a zip-line, and even how to become an organic farmer.
There is a 3.25 acre farm that produces fruits, edible flowers, pecans and herbs.
You can also tend the chickens.
Other activities include riding one of the farm horses via the hills.
The spa experience here is more conventional. It entails indulging in a half-day of pampering using a hydrating facial and avocado body wrap.
6. Horseshoe bay Resort
This resort has 3 challenging golf courses to keep even the most experienced of golfers on their toes.
There are 16 tennis courts for tennis lovers.
You will experience a breathtaking view of Lake LBJ from the Yacht Club Restaurant.
The restaurant serves steaks, seasonal specials and fresh fish.
You can rent WaveRunners or even an 80-seat party boat to ensure maximum fun on the water.
As we can see, Austin has splendid Texas hill country resorts.
It is fascinating to note how each resort is unique, and tailored towards the needs of a specific clientele.
These resorts provide a beautiful harmony with their diversity.