Travel & Venue

Learn more about the hotel room block and check out our list of Austin Hot Spots.

Venue and Hotel Room Block Information

JW Marriott Austin

110 E 2nd St, Austin, TX, 78701

The Extreme Conference special rate is $259 per night (plus taxes and fees).

Conference attendees can book their hotel rooms online or by contacting Marriott reservations at 1-888-236-2477 or 1-512-474-4777. Hotel rooms are available until Monday, August 20 or until the room block sells out.


As of August 20, the JW Marriott Austin is currently sold out and is unable to take new reservations at this time.

Getting Here

The closest airport to the host hotel is the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS). Estimated taxi fare from the airport to hotel is $40. Uber and Lyft are authorized to pick up at AUS, estimated fare is $20-$30 for each. SuperShuttle also provides a shuttle service from the airport to the JW Marriott Austin for $12.

Alternate Hotel Options

Still need to book a room for the Extreme conference? Check out these additional hotels near the JW Marriot.

W Hotel

200 Lavaca St. Austin, TX 78701
(.2 miles from conference)

Hyatt Place

211 East 3rd St. Austin, TX 78701
(.2 miles from conference)

JW Courtyard

300 East 4th St. Austin, TX 78701
(.3 miles from conference)

Austin Hot Spots

Thinking about extending your trip? Check out our curated list of places in Austin.

Red River District

You can’t walk the streets of the Red River District without hearing the sounds of live music. With some of the hottest stages in Austin—all within a three-block radius—Red River is the place to be for entertainment. Whether you’re looking for local bands or simply a craft brew scene, explore the area that has been deemed the ”Cultural District.” The local spots include: Empire Control Room & Garage, Mohawk and the Sidewinder.

Paramount Theatre

Paramount Theatre is a true testament to the ever-growing art-centric world of Austin and a cultural icon of the city. The classical revival style structure was built in 1915 and is one of the few buildings left of its kind, with distinctive architecture unlike anything else in Austin. Throughout the year, the theatre is host to a countless number of plays, performances, comedy acts, and concerts.

Texas State Capitol

Located in downtown Austin, the Texas State Capitol is one of the oldest state office buildings. Completed in 1888, this granite and marble structure is a must see whether or not you’re a history buff. Free guided tours are offered daily, or you can walk the grounds on their own. Make sure to check out the historical Texas Governor’s Mansion and St. Mary Cathedral nearby.

Barton Creek

Barton Creek passes through some of the most scenic areas in the Austin area. Whether you’re a casual walker or a rock climber you can enjoy the Greenbelt Hike. Looking for something else? The Barton Creek Resort & Spa is home to four championship golf courses. No matter the activity, the rock trails and streams will make you feel much farther from the city than you actually are.

Rainey Street

Well known for historical homes renovated into bungalow-style restaurants and bars, Rainey Street offers live music, drinks and a fun place to take a stroll. While you’re there, make sure to stop at Banger’s, home to the third largest draft system in all of Texas. Banger’s has over a hundred beers showcased, as well as 30 house-made sausages. Rainey Street is clearly the place to experience all that Austin has to offer.

Architecture Tours

With 130+ years of beautiful architectural history, explore the hidden jewels that make Austin’s architecture so unique. For an experience unlike a typical tour, explore the city all while riding a bike. With tours every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, see the most unexpected places through the driver’s seat. Interested in art as well? Check out the Art and Architecture Tour that takes place every Friday.

Statesman’s Bat Observation Center

Head down to the Statesman Bat Observation Center an hour before dusk to see some of the 1.5 million bats that make up one of the largest urban bat colonies in the world. Viewing the bats from this location is completely free; however, boat tours that provide additional sightseeing are offered in the area.

Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum

Centered on the artistic works of American sculptor Charles Umlauf, this museum and garden display the works of over 100 artists. Adjacent to Zilker Park, Umlauf Sculpture Garden has won national awards for its landscape and terrace architecture. Along with the 168 sculptures on the grounds, you can also find yoga classes, night events, and family days held at the site.

Austin History Center: Austin Public Library

The original city library now holds relics of Austin’s past in a Renaissance revival style building. Home to the local history collections of the Austin Public Library, the Austin History Center provides the public with information about Austin’s history, current events and activities.

Austin Hot Spots

Thinking about extending your trip? Check out our curated list of places in Austin.


Bluebeam Extreme Conference (XCON) is our immersive multi-day conference that draws technical professionals from the top architecture, engineering and construction firms seeking to increase productivity, minimize risk and create workflow standards across their projects and organizations. With a robust offering of product training, industry panels and presentations, peer learning and networking opportunities, XCON is the signature event for thought leadership and industry connections.

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