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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. Full review →
1854 Spanish-colonial school transformed into a lovely hotel with French doors and courtyard fountains on the River Walk. . Full review →