Hotel Occupancy Receipts – August 2014

Data from Texas Comptroller’s Office
Total occupancy receipts – $1,457,269
Rooms – 1278
Texas state tax (6% of taxable receipts) – $67,928
Austin city tax (9% of taxable receipts) – $101,892

The city’s hotel occupancy tax revenue goes to:

  • Cultural Arts Fund
  • Tourism/Promotion Fund
  • Convention Center Capital Improvement Project Fund
  • Convention Center/Waller Creek Venue Project

Total Occupancy Receipts
Howard Johnson (7800 N IH 35) – NA
Motel 6 (8010 N IH 35) – $159,380
Super 8 Motel (8128 N IH 35) – $180,904
Red Roof Inn (8210 N IH 35) – $175,133
Austin Suites (8300 N IH 35) – $80,172
Holiday Inn Express (8500 N IH 35) – $189,053
Austin Village Motor Inn (601 Middle Ln) – $30,840
Economy Inn (700 Middle Ln) – $13,243
Budget Inn (9106 N IH 35) – $95,581
Budget Motel (9220 N IH 35) – $110,653
Motel 6 (9420 N IH 35) – $187,830

Best Western Atrium North (7928 Gessner Dr) – $95,402

Intown Suites (9900 N Lamar) – $139,077

Recommendation 23: Encourage the location of minority-owned and -run businesses

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The North Lamar/Georgian Acres neighborhood is a diverse and connected mixed-use area bounded by 183, North Lamar, Braker, and I-35. The "North Lamar/Georgian Acres contact team" (NLCT) works to achieve our vision of a safe healthy neighborhood for residents, property owners, and businesses.
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