Best Western Atrea Hotel & Suites

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

3635 Crooked Trail, San Antonio, Texas, 78277, United States
BEST WESTERN PLUS Atrea Hotel & Suites
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families91
  • Couples91
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Hotwire Hotels

by margs

I an considering staying at the Emily Morgan. I found a price for a 3 1/2 star hotel for $75/night, which is half the rack rate and less than other booking services I have investigatee. However, there are two 3 1/2 star hotels in San Antonio, the Emily Morgan and the Menger. Since the Emily Morgan has a heated pool and I am going in March, I want to stay there. Does anyone know if Hotwire deals with the Menger?

Re: Hotwire Hotels

by ellielou

you should search on Hotwire. You should also call hotel directly to see if you can negotiate any deals. (I just did this for a hotel in AZ, and got a great deal by being a bit chatty w/reservation agent.) You also should search

good luck.

Re: Re: Hotwire Hotels

by ATXtraveler

Everytime I have used Hotwire for San Antonio hotels downtown, I have ended up in the Wyndham. I think they rate that one 3 1/2 stars as well, and I really liked my room. It was antique and very close to attractions.

Best of luck!

Travel Tips for San Antonio

Cinco de Mayo

by kd_baby

San Antonio celebrates Cinco de Mayo (The 5th of May) in a big way. Cinco de Mayo is the day the Mexican army defeated the French army at The Battle of Puebla in May 5th, 1862.

Mexico does not recognize Cinco de Mayo as a national holiday (the city of Puebla does celebrate the holiday from what I gather). Anyway, Texas (esp. San Antonio) does celebrate the day as a holiday.

William Reuter Building 1891

by Yaqui

This wonderful historical building was designed by architect James Wahrenberger in 1891 for William Reuter. It has the wonderful carved stone cornices and you cannot miss it from across from the Alamo on located on the corner of Crockett Street and Alamo Plaza. It was a saloon and ladies parlor and the second was offices and the top floor was a lodge hall for Knights of Pythias. It is listed has a Historical Landmark by the Texas Historical Commission.

217-219 Alamo Plaza on the corner of Crockett Street.

Funky little eatery

by hoofhearted about Beto's Latin Grill

This place is far from the busy Riverwalk and main thoroughfares, it is near 410 & Broadway, close to the airport. With that said, they consistently put out some of the best cuban/southwestern/tex/mex food in San Antonio. It's been through a couple of reincarnation's and come through each time with flying colors. Always a good daily selection and friendly people behind the counter, give it a try next time on your way to the airport! Fish tacos in a variety of forms.

Mexican fare with a Latin flair!

by Jefie about Ajuua!

Eating at Ajuua's makes eating Mexican food fun, even if it's all you've been having for the past few days! In this restaurant's not-so-typical menu, you'll either find traditional dishes with a twist or "authentic" Ajuua dishes, such as "carne de puerco en salsa de mango" or "crepas de flor de calabaza". Located outside of downtown, the restaurant has a nice decor that turns into a Latin-lounge atmosphere at night. It's worth the detour! I tried the crepas and they were great. If you go with two or three friends, try "Los 3 Amigos" for dessert.


by Tdawg40sw

I have to say this was one of the neater things I got to see in my one day in San Antonio. We did a lot of walking and it was really hot (late August). There are a lot of neat shops and some great restaurants. We had heard of a particularly good Mexican place and ended up eating at a different one by mistake. The food was still really good, unfortunately I can't remember the name of either place. They were right next to each other though.

Just walking around was interesting, seeing the arcitecture, and taking pictures.


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