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The Reserve At Lake Travis

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2208 Seabiscuit Cv Unit 132, Spicewood, TX 78669-1830
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Welcome to The Reserve at Lake Travis - where luxury accommodations and spectacular fun come together to create the perfect vacation. From the meandering lazy river pool to lakeside lunching - there is something for everyone. Whether you're an avid outdoorsman, wine enthusiast or destination shopping expert - vacationing at The Reserve will provide a personal getaway ideally suited for creating your favorite memories. There's not a better place to relax than a one- or two-bedroom cabin tailored to provide all the comforts of the quintessential home away from home. The luxurious three-bedroom villas and cottages offer two - three floors of stunning living space and a fully equipped gourmet kitchen. The warm and earthy accommodations just happen to be in the beautiful and inspiring surroundings of The Reserve at Lake Travis just minutes from The Texas Hill Country.
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Cameron R wrote a review Oct 2020
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Where do I begin? The house is def a drive through some windy roads-Keep in mind the closest anything is about a 25 min drive When arriving to house you think wow what a gorgeous place But once you get inside you can quickly see how HORRIBLY the house has been maintained And at almost $1k/night one would expect a lot better than what you get From furniture missing or broken to stains all over every carpet To appliances having missing or broken parts I would highly reconsider renting this house until these things have been fixed And while it seems turnkey has a great customer service w their quick response to texts, I’d say that is also anywhere close to being luxury or what you expect at the price you pay and the way the house and service is advertised On day one I notified of all the issues And while they were quick to respond There was a lot of fluff—promised etc For example the toilet in j n j room didn’t flush and several light bulbs were out I was told someone would be there that day And then later next am at 9am No one showed up and there was no communication so I then had to call and spoke to someone for an hour going over everything I was told a supervisor would call me to go over everything The handyman came at 4pm that day To “fix” things Nice guy and even stressed how unsafe it was that the beds were in the condition they were (4 twin beds in media room) all unusable with woof splinters and screws undone Someone would be bound to get hurt had they tried to sleep in these beds Aka the kids on out trip Toilet lasted for a few flushes and handyman had to come back next day again Dining table missing a chair and one was brought But after that none of other concerns were addressed and we just had to live with it rest of the week I constantly msgd the texting number and kept getting “apology” But never a call as promised while there for the week Lots of Sorry and please be patient Finally got a call from someone who sounded like he was reading a script after we checked out and ironically while we were flying home This house in Austin/Spicewood was far from luxury as described and pictured If this house was maintained and kept up to the standards you expect w luxury Then easily the rating would have been a 4 or 5 The swim park in complex was great for all ages The house is huge But they don’t care about keeping up w a clean and maintained house they just take your money and then apologize for everything wo really doing anything at all Not worth $1000/night Some photos of house condition
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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CHRISTINE G wrote a review Jul 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada27 contributions11 helpful votes
We rented #131 from Turnkey vacation rentals operated by Marriott. The pictures were deceiving. The actual property was beautiful but was not well kept. When we got there, it was filthy. There were cobwebs all over, human hairballs all over the kitchen and living room floor from what we assume to be the previous woman who stayed there. She had long brown hair, I can tell ya that because a lot of it was left behind. Especially during the pandemic, part of the reason we went with a Marriott-backed property is because we thought the cleaning procedures would be more thorough. We notified the rental company about it. They said they “may be able to send someone there the next morning sometime between 6-9am”. That was the only option. We just flew into town, did a bunch of grocery shopping, then drove back out to buy paper products, and didn’t want to have to wake up at 6am the first morning of our vacation. We didn’t even have some of the basics that are provided at a Residence Inn. No toilet paper, paper towels, Kleenex, dish soap, lotion, beach towels... SO annoying to have to make the drive ALL the way back out to the store to buy toilet paper. It would have been nice to be able to sit on the outdoor patios, but the chairs made us all cringe. One woman in our party did sit down, and a spider proceeded to crawl out onto her leg. They were covered in dust, stains and cobwebs. The utensils/pots/pans in the kitchen was an orphanage of kitchen supplies- a bunch of stuff former renters left behind, including old rusted out sheet pans and pots no one should eat off of. The tub in the jack and Jill bathroom is clogged and takes hours to drain. While you shower, your ankles take a bath. If someone else has to shower after you, their calves take a bath. As we walked around the property, other homes looked like they may be in better condition, at least the porches were cleaned. Bottom line: nice area, but not at all worth the nearly $1000/night price tag they charged for the filthy and unkempt property
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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mm2meek wrote a review Apr 2017
Ftworth11 contributions5 helpful votes
All I can say is... I called in advance to make sure the hot tub is working at the luxury villa we were renting and the management company said there were NO service requests about the hot tub not working. So we arrive and you can imagine the "spool" (spa/pool) as they like to call it, is not heating. The next morning I call the management and ask them about it and they say they will contact the local service person. The local service person calls me and I explain the problem and he said "oh, yeah , that heater doesn't work." The least they can do is disclose to renters the heater doesn't work. The renters can be informed. I'm sure it's great in July but in March for spring break you need the heater. We were embarrassed in front of our friends. Soooo, then the sewer system broke down and started to back up the downstairs shower. They moved us to the villa one over and it was so much nicer. There was no hot tub, but the villa was so beautiful, better view, better decor all the way around. Don't get sucked into the luxury villa with the non heating spool.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
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Louise M wrote a review Feb 2017
Austin, Texas2 contributions2 helpful votes
We have stayed at the Reserve many times but had the pleasure to stay in Cabin #2 on our recent visit. I was blown away by the little enhancements! **There was a basket with goodies for starters when we arrived so we didn't have to go out to buy food right away, a fire pit in the cozy private backyard, and fishing poles to use in the pond which does have fish in it! There is a full size BBQ grill on the back deck with a hot plate for cooking, an extra fridge, and even BBQ tools (including marshmallow sticks for your convenience!) They thought of everything! Make sure you book Cabin 2 for your next stay!
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Date of stay: January 2017
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JGDuncan wrote a review Sep 2016
Memphis, Tennessee48 contributions10 helpful votes
Nice accommodations😘. Away from it all and relaxing. Do know cabins do NOT have stove. Only microwave and frig. I would probably go in late fall if you are not visiting to utilize the lake. Very hot when we were there😳
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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PRICE RANGE
$997 - $1,296 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United StatesTexasSpicewood
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Reserve At Lake Travis
Which popular attractions are close to The Reserve At Lake Travis?
Nearby attractions include Hippie Hollow (1.7 miles), Pace Bend Park (3.5 miles), and High 5 (4.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Reserve At Lake Travis?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, free parking, and a hot tub.
Which room amenities are available at The Reserve At Lake Travis?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
Is parking available at The Reserve At Lake Travis?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Reserve At Lake Travis?
Conveniently located restaurants include Santa Catarina, Sundancer Grill, and Cafe Lago.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Reserve At Lake Travis?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.