This 4-star Wyndham hotel overlooking the San Antonio River Walk has on-site restaurant and bar; select options include breakfast for two
Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk
San Antonio’s pulsing heart is its River Walk. Here, visitors and locals alike dine at restaurants, shop at boutiques, and follow the waterside path toward the Alamo, which is located just east of the river. The Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk is just a short walk from the Alamo and other major attractions downtown.
- Texas-style cuisine is on the menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the on-site One-Eleven Bar & Grill.
- Breakfast buffet extravaganza for two including an omelet station, made-to-order waffles, and plenty of other offerings. Some of this deal’s options come with daily breakfast buffet for two.
- Take a dip in the rooftop swimming pool or relax in the outdoor hot tub overlooking the San Antonio skyline.
- Bring Fido: Dogs up to 50 pounds can stay for $50 per pet per stay.
- Distance from the Alamo: about half a mile or a 15-minute walk
- Get festive by attending holiday events such as the Travis Park Lighting Ceremony, Ford Holiday River Parade, SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration, and Ford Holiday Boat Caroling.
Downtown San Antonio: Skyscrapers and the Alamo near the Original Riverwalk
In the late 1920s, architect Robert H. H. Hugman designed an urban park around the San Antonio River. He envisioned a space that would be the American version of Venice, where people could shop and dine along the waterfront. The original section, a 2.5-mile riverwalk running through downtown, was completed in 1941. It’s been a vital artery in the heart of San Antonio ever since; so vital, in fact, that the city added two extensions in the 2000s—Museum Reach and Mission Reach—that elongated the riverwalk to 15 miles total.
Located one story below street level, the downtown section of the riverwalk bustles day and night. Stone pathways on either side of the river wind past waterfalls and public art installations on their way to restaurants, boutiques, and lively cantinas that stay open well into the night. Downtown San Antonio is also where you’ll find the Alamo. The historic mission-turned-fortress is one of the most visited tourist sites in the state, thanks to the 1836 battle that made it a symbol of Texas independence. Admission is free for all ages.