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“Texas Hill Country Hotel”“Located in New Braunfels, Texas, the new Fairfield Inn & Suites is a comfortable, extende
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Said about: Holiday Inn Express San Antonio Northwest

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The 17th century Mission San Antonio de Valero, along the river that Native Americans called Yanaguana ('clear water'), and which the Spanish subsequently renamed San Antonio River to mark their discovery on the feast of St. Anthony, has been a central landmark around which the town now known as San Antonio grew and developed. Popularly known as the Alamo, the original mission is now at the center of the ninth largest city in the country, yet San Antonio retains a relaxed atmosphere mingled with romance and history.

San Antonio's River Walk, a 2-mile stone walkway that borders the San Antonio River, flows 20 feet below through the businest part of downtown, connecting all of River Walk Park hotels, restaurants, shops, galleries and theaters by water taxis and gondolas. San Antonio can be said to combine the hospitality of the Old South with the spirit of the Wild West, with plenty of Old World charm thrown in the mix. Visitors to the area will find numerous historical and entertainment attractions, from exciting theme parks like Sea World and Six Flags to fascinating sites like the Alamo and the San Antonio Museum of Art. Popular outdoor activities in San Antonio include water skiing, golf, canoeing, white-water rafting, tubing, sailing, and fishing, mostly north of San Antonio in Texas Hill Country, where you can also find dude ranches, hiking and wild game hunting tours.

We have organized our listings of San Antonio's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater San Antonio area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·River Walk - Alamo
Downtown. Hotels near the romantic River Walk area, near the Alamo, Convention Center and key cultural attractions.
·Six Flags - Fiesta Park
Hotels in the northwest corner of the metro area, home to Six Flags Fiesta Texas & the Medical Center Complex.
·San Antonio Airport
Hotels near the San Antonio International Airport (SAT), located 9 miles north of downtown.
·San Antonio
Hotel options in the Greater San Antonio area, outside of the downtown area, including the nearby communities of Uvalde and others.
·New Braunfels
Hotels in New Braunfels, located about 26 miles to the northeast of the city center, and surrounding communities such as Seguin and others.
·Downtown San Antonio
Downtown hotels outside the immediate River Walk vicinity, in places such as Market Square ("El Mercado").
Hotels in Fredericksburg, including Kerrville and surrounding communities, northwest of San Antonio.

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Area Facts: The San Antonio area was first discovered by Spanish explorers in 1691. The "Mission San Antonio de Valero" (The Alamo) was built in 1718, but the famous battle there would take place over a century later, in 1836.

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