Hotels >Riverwalk Vista
My husband and i just returned from our 2 night trip to San Antonio, it was our third time staying at the River Walk Vista and it once again exceeded our expectations!! The "inn keepers" are wonderful and super nice, the rooms are gorgeous and so comfortable and the amenities are great!
The rooms have so much character from the old wood floors to the huge windows and the very roomy slate shower (which could only be better if they had but in a 2nd shower head). The bed is the most comfortable hotel bed i have ever slept in and the little fish in each room is such a homey touch! I love the fact that they try to make your stay feel as homey as possible from the wonderful more than continental breakfast to the afternoon freshly baked cookies and evening wine. I also love the fact that it is a small hotel, the whole time we were there i think we saw a total of 5-7 other guests and it's always quite! My husband and I will definetley be returning for a future stay!
Not your generic hotel. The hotel was exceptionally clean, including my room. The rooms have hardwood floors, tall ceilings and vintage furnishings. The staff was friendly and helpful, and the hotel has a great set up for both business travelers and tourists or couples. The breakfast was very good, with a variety of fresh fruit, quiche, and your basics like cereal, muffins etc. I am also a big coffee drinker and love the Community Coffee, which is strong, rich Louisiana coffee. This hotel is right in the middle of the bustling convention center area, so road noise could be a problem for light sleepers- but the "white noise" machine in my room blocked out most of this for me. The only major flaw I noticed was that this hotel is right over an inner-city McDonalds. On Friday and Saturday night the teenagers hang out all along the street in front of Mickey D's, and these weren't the most wholesome looking crowd. This is why I gave it four stars instead of five. I was there on business, but if my wife and I return to San Antonio, we will definately stay at the Riverwalk Vista.
A bed-and-breakfast with a unique history..
The Dullnig Building was erected in 1864 and operated as one of San Antonio's earliest grocery stores. Over the next several years, owner George Dullnig become an important local entrepreneur. As for his shop, it evolved into an inn that now offers a slice of local history to sightseers and business travelers.
Guest rooms and suites are decorated with a dignified simplicity that is highlighted by rich dark-woods, hardwood floors, brick walls and leather furnishings. Among its pampering touches are bathrobes, DVDs and VCRs, and practical perks include high-speed Internet access. Located in the heart of the city, this B&B is a short distance from the San Antonio Convention Center, the Alamodome, HemisFair Park, the Alamo and the River Walk.
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