5 Star Hotels in San Antonio
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- River Walk
- Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
- Six Flags Fiesta Texas
- AT&T Center
- Shops of La Cantera
- Rivercenter Mall
- Market Square
- North Star Mall
- Fort Sam Houston
- South Texas Medical Center
- San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium
- University of Texas-San Antonio
- San Antonio Majestic Theater
- The Rim Shopping Center
- Dolphin Cove-Seaworld
- Aztec on the River (Aztec Theater)
- Freeman Coliseum
- Pearl Brewery
Five Star San Antonio hotels
Things to see in San Antonio
No visit to San Antonio would be complete without visiting The Alamo. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the US and a World Heritage Site, it’s a symbol of Texan and American independence and liberty that cannot be missed. Other historical sites include the Missions National Historic Park. In this beautiful historic area, you will find four 18th century Spanish missions, including Mission San Jose. Art lovers are also well catered for. The San Antonio Museum of Art houses a large collection of Greek, Roman and Latin American artworks. The McNay Art Museum is also well worth a visit with its wide range of fine art paintings and sculptures. If the hustle and bustle of the city starts to get too much, the peaceful oasis of the Japanese Tea Gardens, with their beautiful flora and calming water features are sure to instill tranquility in your heart.
5-star hotels in San Antonio
San Antonio has a choice of exquisite 5-star hotels offering visitors the height of comfort and luxury. Expect well-designed, opulent, contemporary establishments that wow you as soon as you step through the door. The usual amenities you’d expect in luxury hotels, such as WiFi are available, but you can expect so much more in San Antonio 5-star hotels. Outdoor pools and roof terraces take the experience to the next level, and hotel spas ensure you’re pampered on your visit. Five-star San Antonio hotels host a range of restaurants, serving up a range of cuisine including Texas BBQ, authentic Mexican, fine dining and more.
Where to stay in San Antonio
Alamo Heights is one of the more affluent areas in San Antonio and has plenty of high-end shopping, a range of top-notch restaurants, and a variety of attractions. Downtown San Antonio, including the area known as River Walk is also a good choice. With riverside restaurants, shops and bars, it’s an attraction in itself. For a quieter experience, try Southtown. This bohemian area is brimming with art, food, drink, coffeehouses and more.
How to get to San Antonio
San Antonio International Airport is well served by both domestic and international flights, and from here it only takes around 15 minutes by taxi to reach downtown. The airport shuttle bus is also an option. The city is on two major train lines. The Texas Eagle runs all the way to Chicago, and San Antonio sits halfway along the Sunset Limited—running from Los Angeles to New Orleans. If you’re travelling from Austin, you can easily reach San Antonio in around an hour and a half using Interstate 35, and Houston is also just a short flight away.
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