Hotels >Omni La Mansion Del Rio San Antonio Hotels
The hotel isn't too bad, although the guests staying there can be. However, I don't think it was worth the nearly $300/night we paid to stay there. We paid that same money in Dallas for a hotel room in the Arts District that was spacious, with beautiful furniture, fantastic view of the city, separate living room and even a dining room! When we go back to the San Antonio Riverwalk, we'll probably book at the Contessa next time (we stopped in while we were there and the guests were nicer, rooms are cheaper, and the pool looked perfect).
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Not exactly what i was expecting from this place. So i got the double bubble romance package and a river view room from this place. I thought i would be all set, the romance package according to the hotel staff (they had to look it up to tell me what it included) was supposed to consist of 2 bottles of champagne, evening turndown with rose pedals and soft music, and a free breakfast voucher....and i paid about 260.00 for that. Well, what i got was 2 bottles of champaign and 2 vouchers for breakfast and that was it. Not very romantic! Also, the valet parking was $32 bucks and they dinged my driver side door. Not exactly what i was expecting from this place considering the reviews. I will never stay at this place again.
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A great 25th anniversary experience. We wanted a magical anniversary place.....La Mansion came close and we would go back again. It is a challenge to get to it...downtown San Antonio has a lot of narrow one way streets. We had to go around the block twice before we found the right street to get to the hotel. Valet Parking is available $30 a night we chose the $15.00 a night parking garage just across the street because we knew we wouldn't be leaving very often. If you are going to drive around town, spend the extra $ for valet parking. The hotel itself is older, so forgiveness in the condition of the building is required: everything is clean and in good repair, but not NEW...so don't expect new. The hotel has direct access to the river walk (*WOW) The staff were welcoming; polite; & friendly. The lobby smelled amazing - fresh flowers were the secret. The elevators are visually beautiful, but slow, bouncy & small. Note: The hotel was not busy, but if it had been it would have been a long wait. The halls are clean...some are outside so not airconditioned. We were given room 629. We were told that this was a large room and it was. King size comfortable bed (not too soft, not too hard) small couch and chair. The room was clean and had all the little extras you would expect in an expensive room . It had a HUGE closet. We would suggest the following improvements to make the room perfect. 1 - a larger lcd panel tv - a 32" is too small to view comfortably at 12 feet away - yes sometimes we watched TV. 2 - a small refrigerator (dorm size) - our restaurant leftovers had to be stored in the staff refrigerator 3 - a microwave - sometimes you just want popcorn!!! 4 - a dvd player (Movies are available through the TV but @ $12.99 (yes twelve) per viewing too expensive. For 269 a night those little extras would have made it perfect. We would go back again...but only if we could be guaranteed room 629...overall this was a quiet, relaxing and just what we wanted in an anniversary location.
Nicest Restaurant on the Riverwalk!. Even though they were booked the night we wanted to eat there and we had no idea to make prior reservations, the hostess was more than happy to accept us in when the place opened for dinner at 5:30PM. It was our first time there, but hopefully, it won't be our last. You get great food, fantastic service, and a wonderful view of the Riverwalk. Prices are higher than we've ever paid for, but the experience eating there was priceless!
Delightful. Food was outstanding. My wife had the filet mignon and I had the Venison Loin both were delicious. For desert we shared the bread pudding which was perfect. The server was very attentive and helpful suggesting wines for our meal. Of course the pricing was higher than I would have liked but comparable to other high end restaurants. It was a nice 5 yr Anniversary treat.
Standout service, beautiful outdoor seating, creative and delicious food. We ate dinner here because we were staying at the adjacent hotel, but it turned out to be one of the nicest meals we had had anywhere, ever. The service was standout -- welcoming, helpful, informative of the menu items, and never intrusive. The ambiance in the outdoor dining area by the river was romantic and pleasant. Every morsel of food was special, creative, and perfectly prepared, and the food was not overly rich as is the case with so many similar restaurants. I recommend the bread pudding, which was not what I expected but very interesting and delicious, more like a carmel custard than a conventional bread pudding. Even the coffee was perfect.
Great service, great food! Expensive, but it's all worth it! Order the cheese platter no matter what!
One of the best restaurant I've ever been to! too bad chef Cohen is leaving!
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