The Hyatt Regency San Antonio is centrally situated on the lively River Walk, with direct access to the world-famous Alamo, and places you at the center of all the entertainment, culture and history the city has to offer. Enjoy their numerous on-site restaurants , bars, shops and spa facilities.
San Antonio has deep cultural roots, from its establishment as a Spanish mission to its involvement in the Texas Revolution. The Alamo, one of the most famous historic sites in the world, lies within view of their hotel and their doors open directly to the RiverWalk, offering the perfect starting point for exploring the charm of the city.
Located just below street level, this shaded oasis lined with shops and eateries links many of the attractions of the area. Enjoy an alfresco lunch, explore the city on foot, or get on a barge for a tour.
Established by Spanish missionaries in the 18th century, the compound later housed a military unit and was the site of a historic battle during the Texas Revolution in 1836. The houses and gardens can be visited and objects from its colonial past can be seen.
The 25-block area just south of downtown features stately homes originally constructed by German immigrants in the mid-1800s in Victorian, Greek revival, and Italianate styles. Self-guided tour information is offered by the San Antonio Conservation Society.
Listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the Alamo, on eight miles of walking and bike paths, the park connects four Spanish missions. For a fascinating insight at Texas past and culture, the buildings range from completely renovated to unrestored.
The three-block outdoor plaza contains more than 100 shops and stalls and is known in the United States as the largest Mexican market. Discover genuine regional cuisine, unusual curiosities, classic pottery from Talavera, and vibrant musical entertainment.
This landmark City Brewery mixed-use renovation brings together excellent dining, distinctive shops, and laid-back public spaces. It also hosts the Culinary Institute of America's third campus and a market for farmers all year round.
This "little village," designated a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places, features cobblestone streets and 18th-century houses. Today, it is an artistic hub with boutiques selling local artisans jewellery, clothes, and art.
Open since 1933, this spot holds records (more than 100 feet) for the oldest River Walk bar and longest wooden bar top in Texas. The candidate for the James Beard Award exudes Prohibition era nostalgia, serving handcrafted drinks and hearty food.
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