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The lovely three-story Victorian lobby is decorated with antiques, the Menger Bar is a legendary San Antonio tavern, and the hotel is reputedly home to numerous ghosts.
You'll be the envy of many an overheated tourist strolling immediately across the street from the entrance to the Alamo into the cool lobby and up to your room. Full review →
In the late 19th century, no one who was anyone would consider staying anywhere but the Menger, which opened its doors in 1859 and has never closed them. Full review →
Standing right beside The Alamo, this 1859 hotel has welcomed countless notables. Full review →
Built in 1859, The Menger retains its Victorian-era lobby and the period features. Some rooms are filled with antiques while others are modern additions. Full review →
Historic? Definitely. This place was built in the shadow of the Alamo a scant 23 years after the famous battle. Full review →Be sure to be clear about what you're reserving.
A glazed iron canopy and intricate railings form the facade of the elegant Menger, built in 1859, barely a generation after the fall of The Alamo.
The upper-middle-range Menger Hotel is one of the city’s historic gems, having played host to numerous visiting U.S. presidents over the years. Full review →
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