Feb 3 - Feb 4
Staff was so friendly and helpful. The breakfast was amazing - lots of variety, served hot, clean eating area and large enough tables that our whole family could eat together...that rarely happens at hotels!
Feb 2 - Feb 3
Friendly staff, clean rooms and quiet location will return.
Feb 1 - Feb 2
Nice property Would like to stay there, love the restroom set up
Jan 27 - Jan 28
The bed was extremely comfortable as well as the pillows. The bathroom was very spacious. Pantene shampoo and conditioner. Would definitely stay here again!!
Feb 2 - Feb 3
I loved the efficiency of check in and the hospitality.
Feb 9 - Feb 10
Center of river Walk and the Alamo, nice area to stay, we got to the hotel at 8:30am and they let us check in at that time, I thought I was going to be waiting till my chk in time, but thank you so much for early chk in, highly recommended
Okay stay checked out early for some reasons but nice hotel
Feb 2 - Feb 3
I have stayed there for the past 5 years and have seen conditions deteriate every year. This time the bath and toilet were dirty and never cleaned; toilet intermittently would not flush. Khatlin (spelliing) never cleaned them. Dirt in the corners of the bath, tub stained and still had soap film on ...
Feb 16 - Feb 17
This property is in need of renovation. Clearly somewhat worn out areas. The beds and pillows were both very uncomfortable. Not much can be said about the free breakfast (very, very limited).The staff was very friendly and the location of thee property is fine as well. In the future this property ...
In between the busy streets of San Antonio, Texas, lie some great places, where four wheels need to stay away so that four paws can have some fun. In other words, San Antonio is a great destination for a getaway with your furry friend and here are some pretty good reasons as to why that is.
San Antonio is a massive city, but one that acknowledges the importance of green spaces for both people and pets. Several large parks are dispersed around the city. The Espada Park with lots of walking lanes, the South Side Lions Park, with drinking fountains for pets, and the large McAllister Park with a separate dog area are just a few examples.
The San Antonio River Walk is a spot of green in the heart of the city, fit for a stroll, and lined with shops and restaurants. Most of the latter welcome pets on their patios. For a proper hike, rent a car and head out to the Canyon State Natural Area, where you can walk more than 40 miles of trails.
Do not forget to drop by the authentic dinosaur footprint and bring a picnic for lunch. From Canyon State, it is only a short drive to Hill Country State Natural Area, where you can find another 40 miles of tails. Bring water, because this is truly a nature park with very little facilities, where you can rough it in nature.
Back in the city, ice hockey fans will want to bring their pets to the annual Pucks & Paws game in January. Alternatively, there is the Hoops & Hounds game for basketball lovers, both at the AT&T Center. Those more fond of fashion than sports will have a good time scoring the costumed dogs participating in the Fiesta Pooch Parade in spring.