Requested pool view and room was behind a shed 😢Alyssa was very helpful to change, LOUSY cold greasy breakfast, had to wait for a shotglass size coffe & no silverware that took 6 minutes! Lots of ants on balcony that made it in our room, hotel can use a spiffing up, Also very bad area
This 9-story family-friendly hotel, 6 blocks from the Alamo, overlooks the start of the Museum Reach section of the …More
Real close to river walk and only a short walk to Alamo and other locations. Great staff, nice clean room. Breakfast was better than average. Hotel lobby was nice. This was not a typical La Quinta hotel .. All in all, I am more than happy to stay here again if I return to San Antonio.
Traveller from Dallas
Conveniently located in downtown San Antonio, La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk is close to the Henry B. Gonzalez …More
The hotel staff was fantastic. Everyone that we encountered was helpful and friendly. The room was much larger than we expected. The only downside to our room was that the curtains to the balcony were very difficult to open and the door was very hard to open and close as well. We would absolutely stay at this hotel again.
Located in the heart of San Antonio, this hotel is steps from Aztec on the River and River Walk. Alamo and Rivercenter Mall …More
Staff member Alma went above and beyond to help us with our stay. We ended up needing to change rooms our second night to 2 queen beds to include my mother. A large group had just booked and it looked like were going to have to find another hotel. I had mentioned we might need to stay another night and she had the foresight to note it and was able to get us a room to accommodate the rest of our stay.
Thank you Alma
Traveller from Idaho
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
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.