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Featuring a master bedroom with a lavish king bed, a second bedroom with matching queen beds, and two full bathrooms, this suite displays modern, rustic detailing perfect for a true Texas Cattle Baron. With 1,230 square feet of space, this suite is complete with soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, dining room with seating for eight, and living room with a grand fireplace.

The Lyndon Baines Johnson Suite pays tribute to the former President and First Lady, with a regal feel and modern Texas touches. The master bedroom and impressive stained-glass bathroom emphasize Lady Bird Johnson’s love of Texas bluebonnet flowers, while the stately living room embodies LBJ's affinity for The Lone Star State. Open up the balcony doors to Austin's famed Sixth Street views.

The Brazos and Governor's Suite feature a calming color palette with Texas touches, with ample space of 900 square feet, a spacious private balcony, separate sleeping and living spaces, a dining area, floor-to-ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings, and hardwood floors, and a full dining table to seat eight.

A testimony to modern Texas charm, sized at 600–900 square feet, the Landmark Suites are uniquely designed with calming color palettes, plush bedding, hardwood floors, and soaring ceilings. Some suites feature balconies, while others feature large soaking tubs, or separate living rooms.

Located in the interior corridor, this original suite features a king bed and separate living room area amid 350-420 square feet as well as historic columns seen throughout the lobby and the mezzanine. This is a standard suite. See World of Hyatt program terms for upgrade eligibility.

Located in the interior corridor, this original suite features two queen beds and soaring ceilings amid 440 square feet as well as historic columns, like ones seen throughout the lobby. This is a standard suite. See World of Hyatt program terms for upgrade eligibility.

A testimony to true Texas charm, the romantic Lone Star Suite features an expansive living space, dressing room with tri-panel, floor-length mirrors, and towering floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Brazos Street.

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