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Newly Remodeled Downtown Accommodations Meeting planners looking for quality and affordable accommodations that are located close to Austin’s major attractions have an excellent option in the Radisson Hotel and Suites Austin – Town Lake. Located in the heart of downtown Austin, the Radisson – Town Lake is only a short walk ...
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The Place for Texas-size Fun Reunion Ranch is the facility of choice for meeting planners looking to create a memorable event experience with a touch of Texas spirit. One of the only venues in the Austin area able to accommodate groups of more than 1,000 guests, Reunion Ranch is the perfect ...
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An Austin Venue with Austin Personality Approaching its 32nd anniversary, Maggie Mae’s has been providing Austin with a fun, vivacious event venue since 1978. Located in the famous Sixth Street Entertainment District, Maggie Mae’s is the perfect setting for out-of-town meeting professionals to experience an authentic Austin atmosphere while visiting an ...
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Economic Solutions for Corporate Accommodations Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Austin-Sunset Valley provides maximum comfort at a minimum price. Located only minutes away from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and even closer to the city’s Amtrak station, the hotel conveniently gives visitors access to the many surrounding attractions. Austin’s renowned Sixth Street ...
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Sunset Capital of Texas Meeting planners looking for a dining facility that represents the ultimate Austin experience can delight their attendees with the everlasting allure of The OASIS, one of the city’s most visited and respected restaurants. First opened in 1982, The OASIS is situated on a 450-foot cliff overlooking Lake ...
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