San Antonio Riverwalk
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San Antonio RiverwalkThings To Do in San Antonio

Located on Museum Reach at the original Hugman Dam, El Tropicano is the perfect place to begin your walking tour of San Antonio’s storied Riverwalk. Meander to some of the city’s most outstanding local restaurants, shops, and sites. The hotel serves as the perfect gateway to a tranquil, 1.3-mile stretch of public art installations and preserved wetlands along the banks of the San Antonio River.

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  • Central Riverwalk District

    849 E. Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 227-4262
    Winding along both banks of the San Antonio River, the “Paseo del Rio” is a scenic, three-mile stone pathway bustling with local restaurants, bars, and boutiques.

  • Pearl Brewery

    303 Pearl Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78215 | (210) 212-7260
    San Antonio’s historic brewery complex boasts famous restaurants, upscale shopping, a weekend farmer’s market, and weekly foodie events.

  • Market Square

    514 W Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78207 | (210) 207-8600
    A lively three-block outdoor plaza lined with authentic restaurants, shops, produce wagons, street performers, and pop-up artist stands.

  • San Antonio Botanical Gardens

    555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209 | (210) 536-1400
    Stroll through 33 acres of gardens, visit the 90,000-square-foot, climate-controlled Halsell Conservatory greenhouse, and dine at Anne Marie’s Carriage House Bistro.

  • San Antonio Museum of Art

    200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215 | (210) 978-8100
    A collection of over 30,000 objects representing 5,000 years of history and culture, including Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities, Asian, and Latin American art.

  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas

    17000 IH-10 West, San Antonio, TX 78257 | (210) 697-5050
    Thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies will want to check out the famous Iron Rattler and Goliath roller coaster at our favorite Six Flags amusement park.

  • Majestic Theater

    224 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 226-5700
    Built in 1929, this beautifully renovated Spanish Mediterranean-style theater and National Historic Landmark is currently home to the San Antonio Symphony.

  • Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

    100 Auditorium Cir, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 223-8624
    This newly renovated performing arts facility features a state-of-the-art multi-purpose performance hall and a 250-seat theater, just steps from our hotel.

  • Briscoe Western Art Museum

    210 W Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 299-4499
    The Briscoe Western Art Museum showcases modern art and artifacts that cover the history and culture of the great American West.

  • San Antonio Zoo

    3903 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212 | (210) 734-7184
    Situated inside the city's Brackenridge Park, the 35-acre San Antonio Zoo is home to a collection of over 3,500 animals, representing some 750 species.

  • Alamodome

    100 Montana St, San Antonio, TX 78203 | (210) 207-3663
    This world-class, 65,000-seat sports and entertainment venue hosts everything from college football to Disney on Ice.

  • The Alamo

    300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 225-1391
    Located in the heart of San Antonio, this Franciscan mission stands as an icon of Texas history and as a monument to the heroic struggle against impossible odds.

  • San Fernando Cathedral

    115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 762-6665
    With over 5,000 participants attending mass each weekend, the San Fernando Cathedral has been considered the spiritual center of the city since 1731.

  • Tower of the Americas

    739 E César E. Chávez Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78205 | (210) 223-3101
    For almost five decades, the 750-foot Tower of the Americas has offered visitors jaw-dropping views of Texas from its high-altitude observation deck.

  • King William Historic District

    122 Madison Street, San Antonio, TX 78204 | (210) 227-8786
    Encompassing 25 blocks along the south bank of the San Antonio River, this historic neighborhood is home to some of the city’s oldest mansions and Victorian estates.