This suburban San Antonio hotel is adjacent to The Colonnade, a 66-acre dining and shopping complex, 3 miles from Six Flags Fiesta Texas, 5 miles from The Shops ...
I enjoyed my stay, but I was disappointed that I had to switch rooms my second day there. My friend and I went out with our kids and when we got back our carpet was wet. The front desk didn't know what happened to the carpet. We were also disappointed that some paper towels that we brought to the ...
Conveniently located in downtown San Antonio, La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk is close to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and 2 blocks from ...
It was ok. The only thing that I was not ok with was with the fact that the staff is nice to some people and not others. It's as if the people that are continuos guests get great treatment and those of us who are new not so much.
This 12-story hotel occupies a spot in the Riverwalk's historic district and is located along the San Antonio Riverwalk. The Alamo, El Mercado, and Majestic ...
We had easy access to all of the sites and activities. The staff was always kind and helpful. It was a wonderful stay!
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Quarry Golf Club and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum. North Star Mall and Alamo ...
they gave a discount below the price online....very generous and good value
Located in Downtown - Riverwalk, this hotel is steps from San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau and River Walk. Alamo and Rivercenter Mall are also within ...
Stayed here for one with with extended family. We booked the hotel since it was reasonably priced and was right on the river walk. What we didn't know and was the best feature was their 5:30 to 7:00 KICKBACK time- aka happy hour - with free food and drinks. This worked out the best for us as we were ...
Located in Downtown - Riverwalk, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Artpace and River Walk. Alamo and Rivercenter Mall are also within 1 mi (2 km).
A small getaway for my husband and I walking distance to everthing we wanted
This 9-story family-friendly hotel, 6 blocks from the Alamo, overlooks the start of the Museum Reach section of the Riverwalk; the convention center is 9 blocks ...
Pleasant stay. Late night security was very helpful
Built on the banks of the Riverwalk, this seven-story, grand-hacienda-style hotel is 3 blocks from the Alamo, 7 blocks from the convention center, and 8 from ...
Very happy with all yalls service. Would definitely come back soon.. good job guys
This 14-story, Mediterranean-inspired hotel is on the Riverwalk, two blocks from the convention center, La Villita Historic Arts Village, and the Rivercenter ...
Absolutely love this hotel. The staff, the service, the cleanliness was what I look for in accommodations.
Located on the Riverwalk, this 16-story hotel is 1 block away from the Alamo and Rivercenter Mall, 2 blocks from the convention center, and 10 blocks from the ...
Walked everywhere. Close to everything. Great restaurants. Friendly people. History abounds. We will be back.
The Lone Star State's second-largest city, San Antonio is a thriving Texan destination that attracts more than 28 million visitors each year. This remarkable city is situated at the crossroads of history and is home to diverse cultural influences, which you can explore at the Institute of Texan Cultures. The community boasts an astounding array of historical buildings, museums and amusement parks, as well as great shopping, fine dining and a vibrant nightlife. With the backdrop of the legendary Alamo Mission, San Antonio is referred to as the Cradle of Texas Liberty.
Commemorating the legendary 1836 battle, the remnants of the Alamo are considered hallowed ground. Situated in the heart of Old San Antonio, the Casa Navarro State Historic Park features the original housing complex of Texas patriot and signatory to the Texas Declaration of Independence, Jose Navarro. The San Antonio Missions National Park preserves four of the five late 17th- and early 18th-century Spanish colonial frontier missions.
Boasting cypress-lined pathways, lush landscaping and arched stone bridges, the 2.5-mile-long River Walk is a verdant oasis along the shore of the San Antonio River. This popular gathering place is full of shops, restaurants and cultural hubs. Guests can enjoy the view as they stroll along the riverbank, or relax in a boat drifting with the current.
In operation since 1881, the renowned Buckhorn Saloon and Museum celebrates San Antonio's Wild West past. While the San Antonio Museum of Art displays works by various masters, the interactive exhibits of the Witte Museum document natural history from dinosaurs to mummies. Relax amidst the colorful flora and aromas of the San Antonio Botanical and Japanese Tea Gardens.
Amazing animal shows, thrilling rides and midway-style games can be found at the SeaWorld and Six Flags amusement parks. Historic rides are available at Kiddie Park, which is America's oldest children's amusement park. Other top attractions include the San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium and the 750-foot-tall Tower of Americas, which features awesome 360-degree panoramic views of the city skyline and surrounding countryside.
Shopping venues include The North Star Mall and Alamo Quarry Market, with shops and boutiques offering a variety of vintage and trendy clothing as well as local handicrafts and souvenirs. Foodies can experience unique cuisine infused with ingredients from various cultures at street-side cafés or upscale restaurants. When the stars come out, it-s time to head out on the town to a club or live-performance venue highlighting a wide range of musical genres, from classical to jazz and country.
At the Tejas Rodeo, you will enjoy the excitement of watching bona fide cowboys and cowgirls in action as they compete in events such as barrel racing, calf roping and bull riding. In addition to museum exhibits, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center sponsors a variety of festivals and celebrations that focus on the contributions of Chicano and Native Americans, such as the San Antonio CineFestival. Other major celebrations and events held throughout the year include the music, dancing, food and exhibits of Fiesta San Antonio, Fiesta Noche del Rio, Juneteenth, Oktoberfest and Dia de los Muertos. In addition to various professional sporting events, San Antonio serves as the host city for the annual college football Alamo Bowl each January.
With an average daily temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit, November to April is the most comfortable time to visit San Antonio. Guests arriving during the summer, the most popular time to explore the city, should prepare for the legendary south Texas heat and humidity.
Served by more than 30 domestic and international air carriers, San Antonio International Airport (SAT) is situated less than 10 miles from downtown, where you will find plenty of San Antonio hotels. The Amtrak station is located downtown near the convention center. An economical way to see the city is the #7 Sightseer Special, a low-cost bus route that connects many of the city's major museums and favorite points of interest.
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