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2 Bedroom Suites - do they exist?

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2 Bedroom Suites - do they exist?

OK I need some serious help here. I have a wedding at the end of this month in Austin and I need to put 3 women in one room. Not a good thing. So I'm trying to find a hotel that has a 2 br / 2 bath setup. The Embassy Suites Downtown/Townlake shows they have this, but not for our night. Any others that are 3+ stars you can point me in the direction of? Thanks much!

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1. Re: 2 Bedroom Suites - do they exist?

Many Residence Inns have 2 bedroom/2 bath suites. Check on www.marriott.com

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2. Re: 2 Bedroom Suites - do they exist?

Check out the AT&T Executive Conference Center and hotel on the campus of the University of Texas. They have some suite options, one of which is for two adjoining rooms to be put together, so to speak, as a suite. It might suit your purposes and your budget.

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As I suggested to another poster, try looking at Austin vacation rentals (on the TA homepage search vacation rentals for Austin) . I found a few 2-3 bedroom houses and apartments for rent for the same price as several hotel rooms. Some of the downtown lofts are pretty nice and might be a sufficient alternative if youre splitting the cost of the rooms, etc.

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4. Re: 2 Bedroom Suites - do they exist?

Doubletree Guest Suites have two BR suites with a sitting area in between. On 15th Street.

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