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Our guests, both then and now, have always had a passion for travel. And our hotels have always embraced and celebrated their local cultures. These common values have shaped the spirit of InterContinental over the years. And today our brand and our staff around the world embody this heritage.
With a worldwide portfolio of over 150 hotels in 65 countries, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts has been welcoming frequent international travelers for more than half a century. A pioneer in the development of the hotel industry, InterContinental properties successfully blend consistent global standards with the distinctive cultures of their locations to deliver a truly authentic and local experience.
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- by on 11/09/2011
This hotel was perfect for a quick stay to visit our daughter in Austin. The location was central enough to get around easily, and the staff and service were very friendly, the concierge went out of his way to provide restaurant recommendations, etc. for us. Our room was just what we have come to expect from an Intercontinental hotel. We would stay here again.
- by on 11/17/2010
Been back and forth on phone calls for two months trying to get a Smoking charge off of my room charge. It looks like if you use a 3rd party booking company(Price Line) they figure out a way to get there full amount for there rooms, one way or another. $275 charge for smelling smoke. Don't and didnt smoke in room. And parking got me for $28 pickups cost more to park... Gary
- by on 07/08/2009
the valet drivers were friendly and helpful. Basically I booked with Hotwire at $89.00 for one night after I booked the amount charged was $108.00. Then looking at the hotels website it stated that valet parking was $25.00. Overnight I got a bill under the door for $27.06. While there I did not use room service, anything other than the room. After I got home the hotel charged my credit card $80.00?!? for what????? I will never use hotwire or this hotel again and I will tell anyone who will listen what I experienced. Buyer BEWARE.
- by on 11/29/2008
I had a great time at the Stephen F's! They have recently updated thier menu with a huge Cigar complimented with an unmatched selection of Scotch. On top of that, they also started a new Cheese Flight menu with the most diverse cheese selections I have seen in Austin.\r \r Pros:\r Amazing service, and the highest quality products\r \r Cons:\r It gets busy on the weekends and it is hard to find a place to sit on the Terrace!
- by jlmb08 on 12/17/2007
Loved this hotel. Stayed one week to be closer to the office. At the last minute and with high occupancy that week, the staff provided me with a smallish but charming room on one of the conscierge floors. The staff was quite, efficient, and helpful. A full breakfast and afternoon "snacks" (more like a meal) were included everday in a quite dining room on the same floor with an attendant on duty. I would have moved in if I could have. I tried out the pool -- it was excellent for a lap swim.
- by on 05/10/2007
I enjoyed drinks on the patio at Stephen F's on a Saturday evening with just one other person. It was super busy, great place to go if you like people watching. Drinks are average, they ran out of bombay sapphire...the atrosity! it was lovely watching the cars and weirdos go by on Congress!
- by on 03/25/2007
I was amazed ti find that my room had a flat screen computer with free internet and breakfast. The business room is large enough to hold business meetings and all my calls were free. When I travel to Austin I no longer need to lu my lap top aound. This is a nie change!
- by on 03/16/2007
Highly recommended. SInce the doorman till the server everything was excellent. The menu was very chic.
- by on 12/03/2005
I made reservations at their annual Thanksgiving buffet, only after asking the catering department if the spread would be traditional with all the fixings. It was not. Yes, there was turkey, but nothing else was traditional. In fact, they had run out of gravy and never replenished it; too, there wasn't even any pumpkin pie or pecan pie. The rolls where too hard to eat, and they had no mashed potatoes. They did, however, have an ODD feature of an omelet station: I had no idea omelets were a part of the traditional Thanksgiving feast. I was also completely disappointed that they did not decorate: sterile is the word that comes to mind. A big NO for thanksgiving: a waste of $50 per person.
- by on 04/21/2003
We just returned from the our stay and we found it quite pleasant. The hotel is beautiful and the location is excellent. It was luxurious and romantic. The service was okay. I wasn't completely blown away, but I did find my stay delightful.