From the River Walk to Hill Country
The breathtaking sights of San Antonio are unlike any other city. With unique history at every turn downtown along the famous River Walk to sweeping views throughout Texas hill country, choose from more than 40 Hilton hotels for your stay.
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Unique charm on the River Walk
Experience exceptional dining, convenient access to the River Walk and walking distance to The Alamo at this refreshing downtown hotel. With pet-friendly rooms and a half-mile to the Historic Arts Village, the Canopy in San Antonio feels like home.Explore Canopy by Hilton San Antonio Riverwalk
River dining and endless entertainment
Experience exceptional dining, convenient access to the River Walk and walking distance to The Alamo at this refreshing downtown hotel. With pet-friendly rooms and a half-mile to the Historic Arts Village, the Canopy in San Antonio feels like home.Explore Hilton Palacio del Rio
River views and modern amenities
Stroll the River Walk just outside this river-front hotel and experience shopping, dining and entertainment at your fingertips. Or, catch a game, concert or show at the AT&T centre before exploring the downtown nightlife options.Explore Embassy Suites by Hilton San Antonio Riverwalk Downtown
Theatre, arts and nightlife
Boasting an exceptional location directly on the River Walk, this all-suite hotel is 10 minutes' walk from the Alamo and in the center of everything downtown has to offer including the historic Majestic Theatre, La Villita Historic Village and more.Explore Homewood Suites by Hilton San Antonio - Riverwalk / Dowtown
History across from the Alamo
This historic hotel offers guests views of the Alamo and downtown while being walking distance to other popular San Antonio attractions including Sealife and Legoland.Explore The Emily Morgan San Antonio - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
The most popular attraction in Texas, the San Antonio River Walk offers sightseeing, dining, shopping and more, along the 15-mile urban waterway. Visitors can explore this piece of history on a boat or by foot, stopping at museums and popular attractions along the way.