La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Conference Center

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

4431 Horizon Hill Boulevard, San Antonio, Texas, 78229, United States
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San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by SandiM

Ok! We have finalized our plans in San Antonio for Christmas this year and we have 3 nights at the St Anthony on Travis Street. With google maps I've been able to zoom down to street level and check a few things out (nearest Walgreens, Riverwalk access), however on Sunday morning Ma and I want to go across the street to attend services at Travis Park U/M Church. Afterwards, I want to treat my Ma to lunch nearby (budget:$20 per person). Where's a good spot to take her that's within the vicinity or south-ways, since we will probably head over to the River Walk/Alamo afterwards (is it open on sunday Boxing Day??). Also, what's the best section of the River Walk to check out for scenery and getting onto a boat tour? Thanks!

Re: San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by Jamesr3939

I have only been to Riverwalk a couple of times and I would head over there after church and find a place to eat. If you park near the Alamo and go over near the Hilton that would be a great place to start. There are many good food places just walk along the river and check them out.

Re: San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by SandiM

Oops! Should have mentioned that we are on foot, no car. Old ladies, etc, you know? :)

Re: San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by bocmaxima

The Riverwalk is like two blocks from your hotel and the church. You don't have to walk much to find decent restaurants around there. $20/person should be fine at most places, even in the hotels.
And let it be known that Americans do not observe Boxing Day. The majority of the population doesn't even know what it is and would likely laugh at the name or assume you're talking about some big boxing match on TV.

Re: San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by SandiM

oh, ha ha seriously? we got it good up here then...Ok how about the Alamo? Will that be open on a Sunday if we go after church?

Re: San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by bocmaxima

Open Sundays, 10am-5:30pm.

A couple of things about the Alamo:
- It's totally free.
- It's much, much smaller than you probably think it is and can get very crowded.
- There is a strict policy about not taking pictures inside, even without a flash. You can get in some trouble for it.

Re: San Antonio - Travis Street stuff

by TLippard

The St. Anthony is a gorgeous, fantastic hotel. It's situated very nicely so that walking to nearby things is relatively easy. I cannot say that I've eaten many places downtown but I have eaten at several places on the Riverwalk. As someone else mentioned, there are plenty of places to choose to eat once you're there. Finding something you want should not be a problem. Casa Rio is nice mexican food. Saltgrass is a steak house and their food is really good. It really depends on what you are hungry for.

I would also recommend that you ask the Concierge for some ideas once you get to the hotel. He/she will be able to give you some fine recommendations as well and give you the easiest route for walking.

The Alamo will be open on Sunday. As stated earlier, it tends to get crowded there. There are the grounds around the actual building that you can stroll at your leisure. You will see a line forming for the actual entrance into the Alamo itself. I recommend doing that first, before the line gets to long. The good news is that the weather during the day should be pleasant.

Have a nice trip.


Travel Tips for San Antonio

Riverwalk Entrance

by ATXtraveler

The Riverwalk is an integral part of downtown San Antonio, with many entry and access points. Although it is actually a large square pattern for the most part, you will likely find yourself crossing backward and forward from the north side to the south side or the west side to the east side of the river. Every once in a while I found myself walking up the stairs at a given point to get my bearings and see which portion of the Riverwalk I was currently at. Also, if you are not entering the Riverwalk from one of the main parking structures like the mall or one of the hotels located on the walk, you will want to look for these type of signs to point you where to walk down to get to the river.

Las Misiones Capital Campaign

by ATXtraveler

The National Park Service has ensured that all of the locations you visit are free of charge, however without additional infusion of capital, restoration projects are sometimes held back and not completed as quickly as a place that charges admission.

If you enjoy the San Antonio Missions National Parks, please do consider making a donation to the Las Misiones Capital Campaign, which will help restore some of older fresco paintings inside the buildings, along with other much needed work.

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by doug48 about hard rock cafe

like most cities in the world san antonio has a hard rock cafe. one good thing about hard rock the food and decor is consistant. of course a must stop for collectors of hard rock t-shirts. the hard rock has two entrances, one on crockett street and on the river walk. casual

Not quiet in San Antonio anymore but still close!

by ChartIt about Rudy's "Country Store" and BBQ

So Rudy's Country Store and BBQ isnt quiet in Downtown, but really their BBQ is the best I have had while living here in San Antonio. If you can make the drive out I recommend it. You order your meat by weight, with some sides. All of which come to you on wax paper and placed in a plastic soda container. You can purchase your drinks out of bottles or as a fountain drink. You take your food after you ordered it and sit outside on the nice picnic tables slater your meat with their bbq sauce and enjoy. I think part of the reason I enjoy the place so much is that I can eat outdoors and enjoy the weather and the food nearly all year! They do have indoor places to eat in the AC for those hot texas days. This is a gas station and bbq joint so be prepared. The restaurant has since its opening expanded to become a Texas Chain, but the location that sits just outside of Seaworld is the original. They also have a slightly different menu than some of the other stores. I love the lean brisket, cole slaw, and you have to try the creamed corn. Honestly it is some of the best I have ever had, probably because they use real cream.

The Riverwalk (Pase del Rio)

by basstbn

The River Walk may well have surpassed The Alamo as San Antonio's top tourist draw. At least it seemed like it when we were there. Originally dubbed the Yanaguana by the Payaya Indians, this horseshoe-shaped area of the river is now home to myriad shops, restaurants, and clubs. The atmosphere is heightened by the towering trees, flowering vegetation, sidewalk cafes and river cruisers.


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Address: 4431 Horizon Hill Boulevard, San Antonio, Texas, 78229, United States