Mansion at Judges’ Hill
The Goodall Wooten House has a rich history, including having its interior redecorated in 1929 by Neiman Marcus, at a cost of $10,000, which would cost an estimated $1 million today.
It also served as student housing and a treatment center for alcoholism and drug abuse before being converted into a hotel.
Each of the 10 guest rooms in the mansion as well as the 38 in the North Wing feature a unique floor plan, beautifully restored antiques and a custom-designed bathroom.
Pet parents will get to enjoy posh amenities such as bath products by Pharmacopia, 310-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens and sumptuous hypoallergenic down duvets and pillows to rest your head on.
“Our guests love being able to bring their dogs with them when they travel,” Assistant General Manager Chris Hutson said. “We also have a wonderful park just a couple of blocks from the hotel with nice walking trails.”
Your pampered pooch will be greeted with a logo-embroidered pet bed, as well as a feeding mat with porcelain food and water bowls that will be used throughout their stay.
“Don’t be in a hurry! Allow plenty of time for walks, etc. Try not to leave your dog alone in the hotel room. They are in a strange place and get very upset when you leave,” Hutson said.
For more information, check out the Mansion at Judges’ Hill listing.
Mansion at Judges’ Hill 4 (Paws)-1-1:
Address: 1900 Rio Grande, Austin, Texas
Website: Mansion at Judges’ Hill
Pet Policy: A $50 cleaning fee is charged per stay. There is no size limit for dogs and all dogs must be on flea and heartworm prevention prior to their stay.
Doggie Amenities: The hotel features a logo-embroidered pet bed as well as a feeding mat with porcelain food and water bowls. Treats and wipes are also available for sale at the front desk.