The grand Hyatt was a great place to stay. Very clean and well kept, its a few short steps to the river walk were my wife and I took a boat tour that was pretty cool. After we got some food and drinks at restaurant downstairs which was excellent they make a great Moscow mule! I would definitely stay here again. We travel a lot and this hotel was great. Oh and use the city garage across the street for parking its way cheaper than the hotels parking. So drop your luggage off with the hotel and drop the car off right across the street, that easy.
La Mansion is a very nice hotel with lots of character. It maybe be getting to point of needing some fixing up (door fixtures, enamel in the tub, carpet), but overall it is still a very pleasing place.
My husband and I decided to get away for our anniversary and we couldn't of asked for anything better. the room and the view were amazing. Its very close to the riverwalk so everything was conveniently located. This maybe very trivial, but worth noting I think...I was a little disappointed that girl was a little rude while checking in and it happened to the same girl as I was checking out. She did not seem very well trained and/or in a hurry, but to be fair she was working alone on a Sunday that several people were checking out all at noon. You'd think the hotel would take that into account when scheduling employees. But that's just my thoughts on it...
We were so pleased with the Crockett Hotel and would stay again when/if we return. The location convenience made navigation so simple. The Crockett Hotel is so close to all the attractions we wanted to visit.
We were overly pleased with our stay. Right on the Riverwalk, and they upgraded us to an oversized king suite with river views and it was the most remarkable hotel room I've ever seen. We never wanted to leave!
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.