"Nice, clean, modern hotel right by the Riverwalk. "
Stayed 2 nights at the hotel and everything is just perfect. On check in, I was given an upgrade with a perfect view of the Tower of the Amercas. Room is very nice and clean. Love the Starbucks coffee machine in the room. Bathroom has a sensor light so great for getting up at night. Choice of pillows and more. Location is perfect for exploring San Antonio sights. Would definitely come back.
15$ parking, homeless people asking for money, cable didn't work, remote didn't work, rot on the wall in the tiny bathroom, no light bulb in lamp. For 40$ you can't beat this location if you don't have a family with you and don't care about homeless people coming up to you. I also stayed at the Tropicana hotel for 130$ and I would rather this one because your so close to everything.
Very hip, quiet hotel on the riverwalk, but a few steps removed from the main touristy part. The restaurant OCHO is fantastic - food and ambiance both great, with view of the river below. Downstairs Havana Bar is funky cool, dark and has great cocktails.
You can't beat the location. It is in the heart of downtown San Antonio. The hotel was well kept, beautiful, and clean. However, the air conditioner in our room struggled to keep the room cool. The window in the room does not block any sound from the streets below. We were on the 12th floor and could hear the street crowds and traffic below loudly. The service in the hotel restaurant was poor. We ate breakfast there. We had to wait to be seated, though, it was nearly empty. We were seated at a dirty table and had a bad waiter. The food was good though. The cost of parking was absurd. It's also absurd to not offer free wi-fi in hotels these days. I would return again only bc of the great location.
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.