Fairfield Inn & Suites San Antonio SeaWorld/Westover Hills

4026 Wiseman Blvd, (opening February 2008), San Antonio, Texas, 78251, United States
Fairfield Inn & Suites San Antonio SeaWorld/Westover Hills
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  • Couples83
  • Solo100
  • Business85

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Forum Posts

Tower of Americas / Planet Hollywood

by bryantyler

We were hoping to go to the Tower of Americas on 3/10 but saw on one site that it is closed for remodeling until spring 2006. Does anyone know if it will be open by then? Also how does the elevator/observation deck/restaurant work. Do we pay to ride the elevator up to the observation deck and then go to eat? Also is it true that the restaurant closes at 7pm?

I saw on a site today that a Planet Hollywood is in the works for the riverwalk. Is it true, have they started yet, will it be done by March? Cool!

RE: Tower of Americas / Planet Hollywood

by Octoboy

The restaurant at the top of the Tower of the Americas is still being refurbished. Landry's won the bid to operate it. I checked their website but found no info on expected opening date. The way it used to work was separate elevators - you paid 5 bucks or so to go to the observation deck. If you were headed to the restaurant, you got on a different elevator that stopped only there. Cost (a few buck per person) was added to your bill.


As to Planet Hollywood, there used to be one, but it long since has closed. There is still a Hard Rock Cafe on the Riverwalk. I’m of the opinion, to try local establishments over chains.

RE: RE: Tower of Americas / Planet Hollywood

by HisGirl

To add:

The restaurant actually moves !
It is slow, but it does move. Perhaps one complete 360 turn in an hour?
This way, you can see all around while you are dining !

I suspect the Tower will do very well once Landry's gets in up there.

Travel Tips for San Antonio

MILITARY PARADES

by mtncorg

With so many military units in and around San Antonio, parades are a common sight. The vast Parade Ground at Fort Sam Houston - jog around the whole thing and you have done five miles! - is the perfect venue to hold and practice these maneuvers. It was on these grounds that my Army marching career took place - both hour-long sessions. The Medical Corps is a breed unto itself! ;-]

Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips

by Maria250

"Halloween is a very fun holiday for children. Here are some tips to make their trick-or-treating experience in San Antonio safe and enjoyable.

Small children should never go out alone on Halloween. Make sure they are accompanied by an adult or older sibling.

Children should not cut through alleyways or dimly lit areas. You should give them a set path on populated and well-lit streets.

Children should only stop at familiar houses in your own neighborhood.

Children should never enter a haunted house without a parent or older sibling.

Children should never go inside the home of a stranger or get into anyone's car.

Children should carry a flashlight or glowstick to make themselves more visible.

You should help pick out your child's costume. Make sure they can see properly through the mask and verify that the costume is fire-proof.

Small children should not carry props. If older children have props such as pitchforks or swords, make sure the material is flexible with dull tips to avoid injury if they were to fall.

If you have jack-o-lanterns outside on your porch, use pumpkin lights inside them rather than candles. Jack-o-lanterns can be easily knocked over, causing a fire. Pumpking Lights can be found at Target and Wal-Mart.

Children should not eat any candy until it is inspected by a parent. If you find any suspicious candy, call your neighborhood police department at (210)207-7273. In case of emergency, call 911.."

Drink with the Rough Riders

by RowdyTheologian about The Menger Bar

Theodore Roosevelt recruited Rough Riders here in 1898. I imagine the crowd that frequented this watering hole back then were the sort you'd want on your side in a fight.

The bar maintains its rustic charm. Hard wood, dimly lit. Simply put, a fantastic place to mellow out and throw a few back.

Another River Walk Restaurant

by VeronicaG about Michelino's

Michelino's location is excellent--it's along the River Walk; has indoor and outdoor weather-protected dining and is conveniently situated. However, the evening we chose to dine there was a little disappointing.

Before I mention anymore, though, I have to say our waiter was pleasant and the atmosphere warm and congenial. Through the window, lights glimmered in the rain. Inside, red poinsettias brightened the room, while a mariachi band strolled from table to table asking for requests. (See picture #2, please)

We began our meal with a delicious appetizer: seafood and ricotta stuffed mushrooms ($7.99) After a moment of indecision, I ordered the grilled pork tenderloin with green beans and carrots and garlic potatoes ($17.99).

Unfortunately, both of our entrees came to the table lukewarm. When we mentioned the problem, our waiter whisked our plates away and brought them back in no time at all, but by then my pork was...what's the word...chewy.

My experience was probably an isolated one, so I would give this restaurant a chance to serve up a nicely cooked, hot meal.

For every true son and...

by brdwtchr

For every true son and daughter of Texas the Alamo is almost a holy place. You must go there. It is the heart and spirit of San Antonio. To me the Alamo is a symbol of courage and freedom. I was a boy who grew up in Texas hearing stories and seeing movies about the courage of the Alamo's defenders. The history of the Alamo is a story of courage in face of overwhelming odds. It could be that having heard that story so often is why I always like to cheer for the under dog in a contest.
It is some thing like a museum now. It is not very large. I noticed most people do not speak loudly when they are inside.

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 Fairfield Inn & Suites San Antonio SeaWorld/Westover Hills

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Address: 4026 Wiseman Blvd, (opening February 2008), San Antonio, Texas, 78251, United States