This hotel is beautiful, I love the rooms and the facility! It was a very pleasant stay, the staff was friendly and the location of this hotel is what makes me like it the most! I traveled with my mom, she loved it too! We went to have dinner to the Riverwalk so it was pretty convenient for us to walk there, the room was clean, I wish the bathroom could be bigger but in overall I like this place, it has a romantic and old charm to it without actually looking outdated. Parking is available in the hotel, so it is convenient when being downtown SA.
Traveller from Mexico
Built on the banks of the Riverwalk, this seven-story, grand-hacienda-style hotel is 3 blocks from the Alamo, 7 blocks from …More
It is true...Not in the main area of River Walk BUT is just close enough to the River Walk entrance. The check in was very fast and even they made me a phone call right after to check if my room was ok (really appreciated).
It's an old hotel (don't expect fancy) but the rooms are NOT terrible, clean with flat screen, granite in bathroom. Love they provide antibacterial wipe for your remote control or room phone. only BUT is the level of noise in hallways and also rooms next to you because walls are thin.
View to Riverwalk was beautiful (check my pic) and also they have a hang out coffee area in the lobby with nice concrete tables & booths. Not to mention the advantage of a cover parking lot (for $18) but convenient because they even let you stay until 3pm even whe the check out is at 11am.
If you are on a short stay & on a budget this hotel is you choice
This 6-story hotel is located in the historic district, an approximate 1-block walk to the River Walk, and 4 blocks from the …More
I had an amazing experience at this hotel. The views of the Riverwalk are tremendous, as well as the rooftop pool. The staff was first class and the amenities were outstanding. I wouldn't want to stay anywhere else in San Antonio.
Traveller from New York, NY
Located on a quiet stretch of the Riverwalk, this sophisticated hotel was once home to a 19th-century saddlery, and is a …More
"Very nice hotel. Noise and Parking can be an issue"
Loved the historic hotel. Very nice rooms and a perfect location. The hotel is steps away from the Alamo and the Riverwalk Mall, and the Riverwalk itself. Check in was fast and simple and the staff was amazing. The only downside is that being a historic building in the heart of downtown, there is a LOT of street noise even on the third floor. During the day this wasn't an issue, but at night it can be bothersome. This was especially true on the Saturday night of my stay. It was pretty loud out even at midnight. That being said I was still able to get a good night's sleep once the sound died down a bit. The only other Con is parking. There is no parking at the hotel. You have to park at one of the parking garages downtown. They are pretty close to the hotel. However, when I arrived all the parking garages were full. I had to circle the area for a good 30 to 45 minutes just to find a parking spot. The garages also have no in or out privileges. So I would plan on parking your vehicle and walking everywhere or taking Uber if you need to go further away from the Riverwalk for something. This is not the hotel's fault by any means, but just be aware of the parking situation if staying here.
Traveller from Frisco, TX
Located in Downtown - Riverwalk, this historic hotel is steps from Torch of Friendship Sculpture and Alamo. River Walk and …More
I had stayed at this hotel in June and liked the location and that it is pet friendly. I was pleasantly surprised that they are going through renovations and I got a renovated room. It was very nicely done. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 is that they still have the wall units for temperature and it was a little warm in the room.
This San Antonio hotel is within one-half mile of Casa Navarro State Historic Park, the Cathedral of San Fernando, Market …More
Pocket Guide: San Antonio Downtown - Riverwalk Hotels
The languid San Antonio River and its famed River Walk connect many downtown attractions, including the Alamo Plaza and HemisFair Park. Built for the 1968 World’s Fair, HemisFair Park is the site of the 750-foot Tower of the Americas. Visitors, though, won’t forget the Alamo, site of the legendary 1836 battle between Mexican soldiers and Texan secessionists. Nearby, Mexican goods fill El Mercado.