The conference center and hotel go beyond the typical to provide an exceptional guest experience for either business or pleasure. Be sure to take advantage of our unique and university-inspired amenities during your stay:
Located off the meetings side lobby (level M2), between classrooms 202 and 203
512-404-3688, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
View floorplan (pdf)
Located off the hotel side lobby (level L), across from One Twenty 5 Café
512-404-3660, Monday-Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Gift wrapping is complimentary
Visit the Spirit Store for a truly unique shopping experience. The boutique setting offers a variety of specialty gifts for you or that special someone.
Collections include environmentally-conscious children’s toys, unique sterling silver jewelry from Texas designers, wallets, handbags, beautifully crafted housewares, artwork by local artists, and more. You can also find that perfect Texas Longhorns souvenir and a selection of sundries to fulfill your needs.
Learn more about our exclusive unique Longhorn guest robe gift.
The University's newest art gallery, the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center Courtyard Gallery is curated by Jade Walker and presents a wide range of artwork produced by faculty and alumni from the Department of Art and Art History in the College of Fine Arts.
9 AM – 7 PM Daily
Free / Open to Public
February 13th – April 25
About the Artist
Born and raised in the South Side of Chicago, IL, John Yancey received his BFA in painting and drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1980. After receiving the Patricia Roberts Harris Fellowship in 1991, Yancey attended Georgia Southern University where he received his MFA. Yancey relocated to Austin in 1993 to join the faculty at The University of Texas at Austin. He served as the Chair of the Department of Art and Art History from 2005–2011 and holds the John D. Murchison Regents Professorship in Art.
Cake Walking Babies, 2013, broken ceramic mosaic with oil on panel inset, 12x12 inches
For more information on this exhibit, past and future exhibitions, please visit: Courtyard Gallery Exhibits
On-Site at the Center
Located off the hotel side mezzanine (level M), via the south elevators (Capitol side)
Open 24 hours with room key
For assistance, call the front desk at 404-1900.
Television, towels, and water provided
Equipment includes treadmills, ellipticals, stationery bikes, Nautilus, some free weights, exercise ball and mats.
Located off the hotel side mezzanine (level M), via the south elevators (Capitol side). Access is through the fitness center.
Open 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. with room key
For assistance, call the front desk at 404-1900.
The heated, shallow outdoor pool area features a water basketball hoop, umbrella tables and lounges. Lap swimmers should utilize campus swimming facilities described below.
Campus Recreational Facilities/Pools
In addition to our on-site fitness facilities, guests of the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center may utilize several campus recreational facilities for a small fee. Guest may purchase passes to these facilities through the front desk in the hotel side lobby.
View map to all locations.
Paid parking is available adjacent to some of these complexes. See each description for walking distances.
Five swimming pools, 2 international-size squash courts,
10 handball/racquetball/wallyball courts, a weight/conditioning room with free weights and machines, 7 basketball/9 volleyball courts, a three-lane, one-seventh mile indoor track, steam and sauna rooms, climbing wall (additional fee), and a wellness center (additional fee).
Recreational Sports Center
Location: 20th and San Jacinto (6 blocks)
Recreational Sports Center website
Three basketball/6 volleyball courts, 8 handball/racquetball/wallyball courts, 2 international-size squash courts, and weight/conditioning rooms.
Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center
Location: Martin Luther King Boulevard at San Jacinto (5 blocks)
Jamail Texas Swimming Center website
Competition pool (50 meters x 25 yards) with separate diving well. Serves as the current training center to Olympians such as Aaron Peirsol, Garrett Weber-Gale, and Troy Dumais.
Penick-Allison Tennis Center
Location: 1700 Trinity Street (5 blocks)
Penick-Allison Tennis Center website
Twelve tournament-quality competition courts with wind screens.
Enjoy a tour of the university, a quick ride to downtown, Lady Bird Lake, Austin's hike and bike trail, the shops on second street or south congress. See the nuances of the city at your own pace. Stop and shop on congress or grab a bite to eat at a downtown cafe. An excellent option for attending Austin's fantastic festivals without worrying about the hassle of parking or Taxis. Explore our ever expanding city or visit our historic neighborhoods.
Visit or call or front desk to reserve your Bikes.
Download and sign waiver here:
Rental comes with: helmet, 2 flashing lights, and the lock key.
Rent Bike by credit card only.