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Very comfortable stay.
May 21st, 2018
We were warmly greeted by the nice ladies at the check-in desk and they were so helpful. This place serves as female student living quarters during the school year. We had a comfy king-size bed and the room had the feel of staying at someone's home. Nice walk in closet and furniture with drawers. The location is great. We'll defintely stay here again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Clean, safe place to stay
Jun 16th, 2017
Pros: - Kind staff, clean and safe place to stay within walking distance of university area venues and restaurants - Free parking and gated entry - Even the single beds were comfortable - Adequate storage space in room (dresser and closet) - Continental breakfast Cons: - The trash pick up on Wednesday and Thursday nights in the nearby alley really is very loud and disruptive and happens multiple times per night/early morning - People also love to carry on loud conversations late at night in the same alley - Air conditioning is centrally controlled and can't be set below 69. During the day, the staff turns it up again, meaning you come back to a stuffy room. Cools at night but temp doesn't stay consistent - Cleaning staff starts vacuuming as early as 8:15 AM. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
May 24th, 2017
We stayed for a long weekend had the first floor king plus twin. Very nice staff. Rooms were clean. The breakfast was good, it changed everyday. They also had treats set out to grab on the go. Convienent location with parking! I would stay there again! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
"Friendly, comfortable and reasonably priced - but only when school's out"
Jul 27th, 2016
My wife and I needed accommodation near UT for a conference in late June. We feel we lucked out by finding The Quarters online. First, by staying five nights, we got a reduced rate that was far better than the official hotel's. (The office staff went beyond the usual to arrange for the same room for all five nights, but we did book 5 months in advance.) And parking was free, unlike at the hotel. The breakfasts were definitely above average, with lots of choice beyond the two hot dishes. We thoroughly enjoyed the roomy common rooms on the ground floor. And when we had sessions to attend, it was only a 15-to-20-minute walk even to the furthest building on campus. And shopping/dining on "The Drag" - the Guadeloupe St. area across from the campus, is only 5-to-10 minutes away. Plucker's, a very busy and enjoyable restaurant with the college crowd much in the majority and chicken wings in many varieties on the menu, was just across the street from our accommodation On the somewhat-minus side, those walks to sessions and meals were made in typical Texas summer heat. And to counter the heat, the air conditioning at The Quarters was sometimes cranked up too high, especially in the breakfast common area. (We had to take our breakfast into the next room the first morning to keep the eggs and bacon warm!) Nevertheless, when we visited the main desk (in a separate building) with comments about the frigid conditions and also a noisy fan in our room, corrections were made very quickly by a co-operative and knowledgeable staff. Our bedroom was smaller than those in hotels, with two desks and chairs (for winter dorm conditions) taking up a lot of space. Again, having the whole ground floor as a sitting-room area helped compensate for that. There was only a shower in our somewhat sparse ensuite bathroom, but we did have an ensuite, something that not all rooms have. Of course the major negative for accommodation that is handy, comfortable and reasonably-priced is that it is available only when school is out! During most of the year it serves as an upscale private women's dorm. So it's not available from August to early May, when the weather outside may be cooler and when your visit to Austin may be taking place. But if you do need a home away from home during the "off-season" at UT, check it out. We're glad we did. (and yes, we did enjoy the evening ice cream available from the kitchen fridge!) TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
It's A Dorm--A Nice Dorm, But Still A Dorm
Jul 17th, 2016
During the school year, this is a really nice UT women's dorm. So, expect pretty small rooms and air conditioning controlled remotely. The common area is indeed nice, and the place is clean, but we will not stay there again. You can find a Comfort Inn or perhaps Fairfield with bigger rooms and more amenities for the same price, I'm guessing. I tried to use the two computers in the common area, neither one worked, and when I called the desk for help, they offered no help. The wifi instructions are on a card in the rooms and the simple editing in of one word would make the directions easier to comprehend for those of us who are tech-challenged. When we checked in, we then had to sit and wait while the lady at the desk answered as bunch of questions for a potential fall renter, who arrived after us. Seems to me good PR to take people in order of arrival. However, we were there for short stay, not a semester, so I imagine they have to cater a bit more to the longer term renters. Warning for light sleepers. A garbage truck comes through every other night or so at 3:30 a.m. , so you are serenaded with beeps, bangs, whining machinery, etc. This it not the fault of the hosts, but don't be startled if it happens. The main advantage I see is free parking if you are going to anything at UT. So much better than circling, circling, circling around trying to find a spot. I thought $134 plus tax to be a little steep for a such small room, but you do get breakfast and parking--but you also get a less-than-motivated staff. Which is more important to you? TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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