This year's event will take place at the Austin Convention Center.
The conference rates have sold out at the Hilton Austin, Hyatt Place Austin & Westin Downtown.
Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt is showing availability (subject to change daily) at current rates. Click here to check availability.
Check out Visit Austin for hotel, bed & breakfast, resorts & vacation home rental options.
Important: The Linux Foundation and/or Cloud Native Computing Foundation will never reach out to attendees by phone to make hotel reservations for our conferences. Please be advised that the most secure way to book in our discounted room block is by using the direct booking link provided above, or by calling the hotel directly. If you do receive a phone call from someone claiming to be with The Linux Foundation, Cloud Native Computing Foundation or the hotel and they attempt to sell you a hotel room, please email us at email@example.com.
If you have any questions related to the room block or conference hotel, please email the events team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting Around Austin
In the city, taxis can be hailed on the street throughout the downtown region or found at hotel taxi stands. Taxis are also readily available outside the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport's baggage claim area on the ground floor. Visitors should expect to pay about $25-30 in taxi fare from the airport to downtown Austin.
Car2go is another transportation rental option. Users pay a one-time membership fee and have access to 350 vehicles around town ranging between $0.41- $0.47 per minute. Reserve a car ahead of time using the mobile app, or pick one up spontaneously at dozens of convenient locations all over Austin, then just drop it off at the nearest Car2Go parking spot when you’re finished.
Austin is home to several pedicab companies. These bike chauffeurs can be seen cycling all over downtown, transporting visitors and locals alike to their next destinations. Most drivers work for tips only.
With dozens of bike shops, rental companies and tour facilities to choose from, both Austinites and visitors can get from point A to B while staying fit at the same time. The Austin B-Cycle Program set a North American bikeshare record during SXSW 2014, with 2,158 total checkouts and 7.8 checkouts per bike. Please see our bike rental listings for more information and availabilities:
The Chariot is a San Francisco-based company that is revitalizing public transportation for businesses, tourists, and commuters by providing affordable charter services. For $7 per person (which includes 2 rides), you can enjoy a comfortable journey through the city. Relatively new to Austin, the Chariot is also offering a new shuttle service between West Sixth Street and Rainey Street that is to take place during the month of February. This fourteen-passenger shuttle is expected to run every 30 minutes between 10:00 pm and 1:00 am for only $3.50 per person.
Transportation Network Companies (TNCs):