Relax Inn

Located in Manor, Relax Inn is within a 15-minute drive of University of Texas at Austin and Frank Erwin Center. This hotel is 11 mi (17.7 km) from Thinkery and 11.5 mi (18.4 km) from St. David's North Austin Medical Center.Make yourself at home in one of the 17 air-conditioned rooms featuring refr...

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Quarto solteiro, 2 camas Queen

Max. 2 adults and 2 children


Quarto, 1 cama King

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Located in Manor, Relax Inn is within a 15-minute drive of University of Texas at Austin and Frank Erwin Center. This hotel is 11 mi (17.7 km) from Thinkery and 11.5 mi (18.4 km) from St. David's North Austin Medical Center.Make yourself at home in one of the 17 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and microwaves, and housekeeping is provided daily.At Relax Inn, enjoy a sa...

106 E. Parsons St. - Manor, Texas - U.S - 78653

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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This place is a dump!

Reviewed 5 april, 2022

I was deceived by the pictures they posted on Every room has a shared vent (ours was caked with black mold!) so you cannot change the temperatures in the room. The "hotel" is located as a "storefront" on a very busy, noisy street. There are no windows looking outside. The only window is behind a curtain that looks into the hallway. The room smelled like B.O., and the halls stunk with the unmistakable smell of marijuana. I asked the management to see 3 more rooms before choosing the one for the night since refused to help me with a refund/credit. In my opinion, this place should be visited by the health department! Also, I don't know what would happen in the event of a fire!


Relaxation and Meditation Guaranteed

Reviewed 25 february, 2021

This place is the best. Friendly and accommodating Talent that really know how to help you with a great experience and relax. The room are large and very nice, well kept. I have to say this is the best place in Manor Texas. Reminds me of a B&B and I love those, because it has the feeling that the owners are opening up their home to you. I felt welcomed and had an amazing experience. Thank you all so much and God bless you!


Don't waste your money!

Reviewed 23 february, 2018

The hotel is not closed. When we checked in it looked like the manager was strung out, we also noticed people checking in that were clearly paid for the hour of fun... when we got to our room it smelled funny and the trash hadn't been removed, plus the bed wasn't made. The help was smoking out back and had their child running around - not a professional environment when you have to bring your child to work, she was a young child and I felt sorry for her having to play in a hotel, she should be at home in her house playing with her toys. Thankfully we refused to stay. Not a place I would recommend or even go back to. No wonder its so cheap to stay there. Don't waste your time or money.


never again

Reviewed 4 november, 2017

My overall experience was very bad. I booked a night for 60$ with The property is in an old building in the town of Manor, Tx. It is very odd that the main door to the first floor corridor leading to the rooms is the front door to the street! The room was clean, equipped with a fridge, microwave (not spotless clean), flat screen TV and something that looked like a router (I didn't try to connect to the internet). The only window was on the room door. It didn't have a blackout but a curtain so all the light from the corridor made it into the room. The door had a gap at the top so more light and sound inundated my room. I could hear everything happening in the corridor. I had no sense of privacy. Rude guests would be very loud at the corridor late at night 12AM-1AM to the point I had to go out and ask them to shut up. Even though it seemed the room had been renovated there was no sound insulation. I could here all sorts of noises around and above me. The people in the room directly above me in the 2nd floor wouldn't stop walking, dropping stuff on the floor, flushing the toilet. They went on and on until about 2AM. Overall, I couldn't sleep more than 2 hours. The bathroom was clean but almost no toiletries. One cheap small bar of soap, cheap toilet paper, and old white towels. I was shocked when I came back from dinner to find a lady (maid?) sitting on the floor in the corridor, folding the towels meant for the rooms ! The corridor also strongly smelled like food (curry?). Toilet seat was plastic and just a tad small for the toilet, Hot water was OK. I did not see any bugs. Nowhere to put my tooth brush, coffee cups or coffee machine, no telephone. Beds were 2 twin beds, OK for me but very small for any tall person, One of the mattresses wasn't in good shape so I used the other one. No chairs in the room. Furniture seemed cheap, especially a small round table like from a bar, but OK. The young man at the check in was polite but didn't wear a uniform, just a white T-shirt, didn't look very professional. Parking is free - on the street. There's no private parking. Sometimes I'm OK about the tradeoff between low rate and quality, but this was too bad.

Guillermo C


Reviewed 21 april, 2017

This place made me want to gag. Literally. The entire place smells like a dog's butt and shrimp ramen noodles. Our room had dog hair all over the bed. The fridge had Klondike bars and KFC from the previous person. When I pointed this out to the staff, they asked if I wanted to keep the food... and they were not joking. There was dog food all around our bed. Something that looked like meatloaf on the wall. No toilet paper. No shower curtain and best of all, what looked to be KFC chicken grease on the headboard. Let's hope that's what it was. We spent 80 bucks at Walmart to have clean linens just to endure a single night. I woke up to what smelled, again, like a dog's butt and shrimp ramen noodles. Someone must have been making breakfast. I don't know what the hell goes on in this place, but it ain't right! I'll leave you with a picture of a spoon that someone else left. I wish I had taken more pictures, but that was the last thing on my mind.

Joshua C