La Quinta Inn San Antonio Vance Jackson

5922 I-10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78201-2814, United States
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Very Good
22%
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Average
20%
13
Poor
16%
10
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  • Solo42
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La Villita

by rmdw

For convenience and just sheer "niceness", is La Villita considered to be one of the premiere areas in San Antonio to stay in?

Robert

Re: La Villita

by hoofhearted

The La Villita "area" is definitely convenient, as it is in the center of downtown SA within walking distance of the Convention Center, King William Historic District, The Riverwalk, El Mercado and The Alamo. La Villita is a small city block full of artisan shops. It also includes The Fig Tree, Little Rhein Steakhouse and Guadalajara Bar which are all recommended stops.

La Villita is a very clean and safe area and makes a good "base" while in San Antonio.

Re: La Villita

by rmdw

Thanks for this great info, Steve. Can I also ask you why there are so many 4-star hotels at relatively good prices in San Antonio? To the best of my knowledge, 4-star hotels in my city of Vancouver are well over $200. Why the difference? (Not that I'm complaining!)

Re: La Villita

by hoofhearted

Supply and demand! The 1,000 room Grand Hyatt recently opened adjacent to the Convention Center and has effectively triggered a "price war" for all downtown hotels to gain market share. Our reliability on convention business also makes it a buyer's market when those large conventions are not in town. My advice: check the CVB convention calendar and plan your visit away from any large convention for the best rates (goes for any large city!).

Travel Tips for San Antonio

The 'Riverwalk'

by Sweetberry1

The 'Riverwalk' is a must see. Especially if you have never been here before. And even if you have, Come again.. I loved everything about San Antonio, but if I had to choose, I would have to say 'The Riverwalk' the Alamo, and the squirrels.

Espada Aqueduct

by msbrandysue

If you're planning on visiting the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park in full then you will come upon the Espada Aqueduct. You actually see parts of it at each misison as it (expertly) flows continuously, and has since the 1700s.

"The Espada Acequia, or Piedras Creek Aqueduct, was built by Franciscan friars in 1731. It was built to supply irrigation water to the lands near Mission San Francisco de la Espada. The acequia is still in use today and is an Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and a National Historic Landmark." (Taken from Wikipedia link below)

Without this aqueduct life in this dry, hot area would have been next to impossible. The successful missions were built well, using expertise that is now evident in modern technologies.

It's a very peaceful stop on the Mission Trail. It's a bit off the beaten path, not on a regular, busy San Antonio street. It was a beautiful area, but being there alone was different and I was a bit uncomfortable. If going again, I would definitely go with a friend. But it's a nice stop and photo opportunity. I believe there are even picnic tables here in the area with the historic markers.

San Antionio by bus

by McPee

The buses are quite regular throughout San Antonio and the routes are comprehensive.

Just watch out for the bus changing number though. Some of them when they reach Downtown rather than turn around, change number and continue on another route.

You learn when to get off the bus quite quickly. Just check your stops as you reach Downtown.

kitschy but fun

by raevnzno about Mamacita's

Th inside of this place is supposed to resemble a plaza in a small village. Very cute. Food was decent, not the best I've had, but by far not the worst either. If you have a large party (ie 15 people), they have a group table that is $500 for all you can eat. The table appears to have flames in the center. Try the Fried Avacado appetizer. Very unique and most tastey. Portions are good sized. They offer vegetarian options on most of their enchiladas.

River Walk (Paseo Del Rio)

by caputomaru

Paseo Del Rio in the heart of downtown, is the pride of the city. Lush green foliage lines the banks of this peaceful, historic river. Cobblestone walkways lead visitors to the river-level restaurants and shops. The river bubbles to the surface on the grounds of the University of the Incarnate Word and flows to downtown, threading its way through the city one level below the hustle and bustle of city streets. First called Yanaguana by the Payaya Indians, meaning "place of refreshing waters." Along the horseshoe shaped riverbend, the river is shaded by towering cypresses, oaks and willows and bordered by gardens of flowering ornamental plants. River cruisers travel the River Walk’s three miles past unique retail shops, restaurants and nightclubs.

For information on River Boat Cruises or Dinner Cruises, call (210) 244-5700 or (800) 417-4139

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Address: 5922 I-10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78201-2814, United States