Enjoy a Day of Rest and Relaxation at Resorts Near Austin

Two friends in pool floaties | Resorts near Austin

About a half-hour drive from our Zilker Park apartments, you’ll find a number of beautiful resort properties overlooking Lake Travis. When you’re ready for a relaxing escape, book a day pass at these resorts near Austin and enjoy all of the amenities they have to offer. 

Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa

Book a day pass at the newly renovated Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa for the ultimate relaxation retreat. Grab a private cabana and experience premium comfort seating at one of the three outdoor pools. Sip on a few drinks from the mini-fridge or enjoy a healthy snack from the fruit tray. For some leisurely activities, check out the mini-golf course or hiking trails on the property. 

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa

Experience both luxury and adventure at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa. Relax at Crooked River Waterpark’s lazy river or book a spa pass at Spa Django. You can also work on your golf game at the resort’s award-winning 18-hole course. Consider renting a private cabana for the ultimate resort experience. Cabanas are equipped with a TV, mini-fridge, lounge chairs, food and beverages, and other amenities. 

Miraval Austin Wellness Resort & Spa

One of the most peaceful resorts near Austin, Miraval Austin Wellness Resort & Spa is in the heart of Texas Hill Country, overlooking Lake Travis. Enjoy pampering spa services, infinity pools, yoga classes, horseback riding, and much more. You can also consider booking the Relax and Renew package. You’ll have access to the spa, pools, fitness center and classes, culinary classes, equine center, water activities, a gourmet lunch, and more. 

After enjoying a rejuvenating day at these resorts near Austin, keep up your wellness routine with these beautiful urban trails near our Austin apartments. When you’re ready to learn more about Cole Apartments, please contact us. We would love to give you a tour so you can experience our welcoming, modern community firsthand.

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