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La Mansion is a site to behold along the banks of the San Antonio River because of its blend of Spanish colonial architecture and European style. Full review →
The site of a 1852 school turned "gorgeous hotel" sits on the River Walk. Its Spanish colonial architecture "makes for a wonderful ambience." Full review →
Location is a big selling point for this hotel, in a quiet section of the river but still steps away from the entertainment district. Full review →Many rooms share balconies or verandas looking out on the river—be sure to request a river-view room.
This hotel is pure San Antonio and is the favorite choice of Texan out-of-towners. Full review →
One of the most elegant hotels along the River Walk. Its refined atmosphere is a welcome respite from the riverside bustle. Full review →
Spanish Colonial-style spread set amidst tranquil gardens on the River Walk. Full review →
It's on a quiet stretch of the Riverwalk and its discreet oasis attracts stars and other notables. Full review →
The Spanish Colonial architecture of the Omni La Mansion del Rio gives the upscale hotel a relaxed hacienda feel. Full review →
One of the best historic hotels in San Antonio and a charming counterpoint to the big chain links here, this property began as a modest Catholic boarding school in 1852 and operated as... Full review →Unavoidable drawbacks here are the lack of privacy for the many rooms with exposures facing walkways, the pool or courtyards and the unavoidable noise issues with the location at the heart of the Riverwalk action.
1854 Spanish-colonial school transformed into a lovely hotel with French doors and courtyard fountains on the River Walk. . Full review →