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A Variety of Rooms for Rent in the Highland Lakes
An overnight stay in the Highland Lakes goes beyond everyday hotel rooms for rent. Visitors wanting something a little different can find rooms with lake views, fishing docks, boat launches, slips for personal watercraft, and more. The variety of rooms for rent include hotel rooms with kitchens, hotels with connecting rooms, hotels with private hot tubs, and resort rooms that offer comfort, luxury, and amenities in a beautiful Hill Country and/or lakeside setting.
Texas Hill Country hotel rooms for rent in Marble Falls, Burnet, Kingsland, and beyond provide comfortable and luxurious stays with access to five lakes and a host of attractions, all within a few miles. State parks, public boat ramps, shopping centers, and restaurants are also easily accessible from any room for rent in the Highland Lakes.
A double attraction is the area’s close proximity to San Antonio and Austin. Both metropolitan areas are just an hour away to the east (Austin) and south (San Antonio). Stay in hotel rooms and resort rooms in the Hill Country to visit Austin and San Antonio at cheaper prices in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Hotel rooms in the Highland Lakes fit any budget and any desire for outdoor or city experience. Visitors can find beautiful rooms lakeside or nestled in the woods. Hotels are close to hiking; biking; personal watercraft and boat rentals; and paddleboard, kayak, and canoe rentals. As a lake resort area, the hotel rooms and resort rooms available are an eclectic mix of the modern, rustic, basic, luxurious, and beyond.
For the best time — and sleep — of your life, check out the rooms for rent in the Highland Lakes. Just calling them hotel rooms does not do them justice. Have a memorable adventure in the Highland Lakes with accommodations that provide more than comfort and convenience. For hotel amenities that will enhance your stay and play time, come back to TheHighlandLakes.org and find your favorites.
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