I have stayed at this hotel twice on business trips and really enjoyed it. It's located right on the River Walk with lots of restaurants and bars within walking distance. The hotel was clean and nice. The only thing I didn't like was the unnecessary/ridiculous resort fee of $7 or $8 bucks. What was that about? It's a regular hotel and not a resort so the fee is unjustified. Valet parking was expensive so I parked overnight in the lots across the street for about $16 a night. I would stay at the hotel again but they need to lose the silly resort fee or become a resort.
Traveller from Ft. Worth, TX
This 14-story, Mediterranean-inspired hotel is on the Riverwalk, two blocks from the convention center, La Villita Historic …More
We really enjoyed our stay. Had to cut it short due to a family issue, however, the staff was very helpful in getting us checked out and refunded. Our kids loved the king size beds and slept like rocks!! Will definitely visit again.
Located in Downtown San Antonio, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Guenther House and River Walk. Alamo and Tower of the …More
The one thing that made my families vacation bareable was the fact that at the end of the day we would go back to this hotel. Our room was very clean as well as very comfortable, the staff were friendly and helpful. It was a pleasure to stay at this hotel.
Red Roof PLUS+ San Antonio Downtown - Riverwalk is a 15-minute walk from both the Alamodome and the eastern end of the San …More
Spent 3 days at the Hotel Emma. What a great choice I made. It's been a while since I last stayed in SA. The food is fantastic, customer service was also fantastic. I can say I will stay at the Emma again. Great market area by the hotel. Great restaurants around the Emma as well.
Set in a converted brewery in San Antonio's hip Pearl district, this elegant hotel is 15 minutes on foot from the 343-acre …More
This hotel is located across from the end of the River Walk. It is an older building, but not bad. It does not have great accommodations for food. There is a restaurant in the building, but we ate on the River Walk rather than the restaurant. The pool is okay if you want to cool off, but it is not very deep and it would be nice if there was a Jacuzzi. The room we stayed in had a king bed. It was comfortable, but the room itself was small. Parking cost us $17 a night.The good thing is the River Walk is nice. We ate at the Hard Rock Cafe, The Long Horn Cafe, and The Rio Casa. Over all it was a nice visit to the local area of San Antonio.
Traveller from Phoenix
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
Air conditioning unit kept the room cool, but transitioned automatically to fan mode often. This meant it was blowing 100% of the time, but there were periods when the humidity in the room was very high.
This hotel is 1 mile from the University of Texas Health Science Center and 8 miles from Fiesta Texas, Shops at La Cantera …More
I-37 skims downtown’s east edge and serves as the gateway to San Antonio’s East Side. Although mostly residential, East San Antonio is home to three large arenas: the Alamodome, the AT&T Center, and the Freeman Coliseum. Notably, the AT&T Center is home to the San Antonio Spurs, the city’s NBA franchise. Nearby, rookie military pilots earn their wings at Randolph Air Force Base.