SG: History

Blogads




MP3: New Foals "Orient," G.e.R.M. remix
MP3: New Kaiser Cartel "Ready to Go"
Beyond Earth Day: Great Wines for Sustainability
Bannos Rolling Back Prices to Celebrate Heaven on Seven's 30th
LOLLA 2010: Gaga, Strokes, Arcade Fire, Devo, Mavis Staples, Erykah Badu, Phoenix, MGMT, XX, Hot Chip, Jimmy Cliff...
Longman & Eagle Brunch Debuting New Cocktails
Can You Taste the Blood in Your Mouth?
Fun with Words ... Really?
Remember When Music Was Exciting?
Details Names Paul Kahan's Salsa Best in U.S.



May 2010
April 2010
March 2010
February 2010
January 2010
October 2009
September 2009
August 2009
July 2009
May 2009


Subscribe: Feed


SG Blogs



Terms & Conditions
Powered by Streetunes
SEPTEMBER 27, 2006
Hotel San Jose

Picture_1_2 The first night I arrived in Austin, a friend took me out and wanted to show me a few spots in town. The first place we hit, I could've stayed all night. The Hotel San Jose in the hip South Congress neighborhood is a 40-room zen palace that used to be a rent-by-the-hour crack hotel. Refurbished in 2000, this former motor court is a boutique bungalow-style haven in the heart of the city. Gravel pathways lit by subtle lanterns lead guests through peaceful maze-like paths to their rooms. The centerpiece of the San Jose is the pool and adjacent courtyard where guests and locals linger into the night, chilling out with beer, wine and selections of cheese and olives under the Texas sky. And where Austin is known for fostering one of the world's best music communities, the San Jose has an artist-in-residence program where it features different artists' work every few months. It even hosted a range of parties during SXSW featuring the "South by San Jose" music series. Rooms range from the low $90s to the low $300s and all include free DSL and WiFi access

| | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Comments

The comments to this entry are closed.





Email: ari@somethingglorious.com
Subscribe: Feed

Copyright © 2006 Something Glorious. All rights reserved.
Designed by Dru Jennett.