Cedar Park Tourism


The City of Cedar Park’s Travel and Tourism Department is to support the positioning of Cedar Park as a Destination City by defining and recommending appropriate use of funding mechanisms to promote the community’s events, attractions, resources and lodging opportunities to appropriate segments of the traveling public.

Hotel Occupancy Tax

The City of Cedar Park requires all hotels in Cedar Park to collect a hotel occupancy tax of 7% percent of the price paid to rent a room used for sleeping for less than 30 days. A “hotel” is defined as a building or any other facility in which members of the public obtain sleeping accommodations for consideration. The term includes, but is not limited to, a hotel, motel, tourist home, tourist house, lodging house, inn, rooming house, bed and breakfast, trailer house, trailer motel, and short-term rental. The term does not include hospitals, sanitariums, nursing homes, university or college dormitories, or oilfield portable units, as defined by Texas Tax Code section 152.001, as amended.  

The City of Cedar Park requires hotel operators to submit collected hotel occupancy taxes to the City monthly or quarterly, accompanied by the. Additionally, please note the State of Texas has a separate hotel occupancy tax reporting procedure.

Hotel Occupancy Tax Report

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