Luxe Boutique Hotel: Archer Austin
In each of the eight boutique hotels in the chic Archer collection, you’ll find design inspired by the location, turndown treats created by local artisans, and seasonal fare influenced by the region. Located in northern Austin, near the fashion and dining hubs The Domain and Domain Northside, you’ll find the luxurious Archer Austin. The guestrooms and suites are “Texas-chic”, and the six design palettes deliver a unique hotel experience of their own.
- Classic kings offer floor-to-ceiling Texas-inspired murals with channel-tufted upholstered headboards.
- Double queen rooms feature button tufted headboards framed with dramatic alcoves.
- Double king guestrooms make a statement with red, nail-studded arched headboards.
- King suites provide extra room to spread out and relax with a modern sofa bed and cocktail tables.
- King balcony suite headboards are constructed with reclaimed leather belts and feature the same modern sofa bed and tables.
- The Archer king suites are Lone-star-inspired and provide the ultimate elegant retreat with a four-poster canopy bed and soaking tub.
The Archer’s custom furnishings were designed by LK Architecture, and the team at Bryan Ashley successfully manufactured each piece with the highest craftsmanship and impeccable attention to detail.
American Artist: Jason Archer
Jason Archer was born in 1973 and is an American visual artist and pioneer of contemporary arts in Austin, Texas. His work often includes political satire and Texas-inspired characters that depict modern myths. In his early years, Jason earned a Grammy and an MTV video of the year award for his animation and direction of the music video, Frijolero, by rock band Molotov. One of his most identifiable characters, Stray of the Dead, symbolizes the restless spirit and draws upon Texan and Mexican influences. It represents the spiritual journey of a soul unable to stand still, even after death.