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Red River Street to Colorado Street

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15th Street to MLK Jr. Blvd.

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Tourism

How those temporary Austinites add up.

Plus news on additional downtown hotel rooms for colleagues, family, friends and fans.


 

Snapshot of Downtown Tourism Market

24.11 Million

Austin Annual Visitors1

$7 Billion

Austin Annual Economic Impact from Visitor Spending1

7,929

Hotel Rooms Available Downtown2

2,123

Hotel Rooms Under Construction Downtown2

78.7%

Average Hotel Occupancy Rate3

$219.61

Average Daily Hotel Rate3

1 Source: ACVB, August 2016
2 Source: Downtown Austin Alliance, September 2016
3 Source: ACVB and Smith Travel Research, January - July 2016

 


 

Hotel Occupancy and RevPAR

 

The Downtown Austin Alliance compiles detailed hotel market records to keep you informed. Choose your criteria to compare downtown data sets.

Source: Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau, through year-end 2015.

 

 

 

 

Emerging Downtown Hotel Projects

Downtown Austin hotels are bustling year-round with convention-goers, business travelers and vacationers. And they’re booked solid during events like the South By Southwest Conference and Festivals, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Longhorn football games and Formula One races. Developers are answering the need for more rooms with many major downtown hotel projects.