Once home to a jazz club that broadcast live on local radio in the late 1960s, the hotel is part of downtown Austin history and carries with it a storied legacy that the LINE seeks to foster and continue. The redesign of the 1965 building, a collaboration between Austin architect Michael Hsu and LA-based designer Sean Knibb, showcases art by emerging local artists throughout the property. The LINE hosts events and programs that build on the hotel’s historic cultural contribution and pay tribute to the unique character of Austin.
Led by Executive Chefs Kristen Kish and Justin Ermini, LINE Austin’s many options for eating combine a commitment to the ingredients of Central Texas with the desire to reinvent classic techniques and flavors – bringing entirely new culinary perspectives to downtown.
Enjoy a cocktail and a swim with the best vista in town at the LINE’s lakeside infinity pool. Overlooking the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge, Town Lake and the lush Austin skyline, it’s a spot that will make you forget you’re in the heart of the city.
Open Daily to Hotel Guests
7:00am – 10:00pm
Food & Beverage
Sunday – Thursday: 3:00pm – 11:00pm
Friday – Saturday: 11:00am – 12:00am
Add a dose of fresh air to your work out routine with LINE Austin wellness classes. Open to travelers and locals, join us weekly and choose from Empowered Yoga with Gustavo Padron, kickboxing sessions with studio KNOCKOUT, and dance classes in partnership with local fitness favorite, Outdoor Voices.
- 24/7 Concierge Service
- Priority X the LINE Complimentary Bike Rentals
- Valet Parking
- Outdoor Infinity Pool
- Complimentary Yoga, Cardio Kickboxing and Group Runs
- Lakeside Restaurant Arlo Grey
- Lobby with Alfred Coffee Shop
- Lifestyle Retail Shop
- Multi-Lingual Staff
- Laundry Service
- Turndown Service on Request
- Bell Staff Service
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Shoe Shine on request
- Nespresso Machines, Luggage Racks, Irons and Steamers are available upon request
From an Ellsworth Kelly masterpiece to an iconic Texas blues club, the LINE is centrally located downtown among Austin’s most interesting cultural treasures. Every direction offers something to discover: walk north for a museum day at The Blanton and The Contemporary or ride a bike to the eastside for tacos and drinks on a patio. Stay downtown for a live show at the Paramount Theater, travel across the bridge to the South Congress district or rent a canoe and explore the lake – which also happens to be a river.