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Discover contemporary comforts in historic San Antonio at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Antonio Downtown. Set in San Antonio's central business district — less than 15 minutes from San Antonio International (SAT) Airport and with easy access to major interstates — this downtown San Antonio hotel is convenient to the Alamo, the Riverwalk and surrounding Texas military facilities. Park out of the Texas sun in our shaded lot and catch this hotel’s complimentary shuttle throughout downtown. Enjoy a warm cookie and a warm welcome always.
Relax in a guest room and stay connected at your desk or over morning coffee with WiFi access throughout our San Antonio hotel. Stretch out in a spacious suite. Entertain guests round the dining table and take drinks out onto the private balcony. Accessible rooms are available.
Savor bistro cuisines in our San Antonio hotel’s Ventanas Bistro & Wine Bar. Choose from an extensive, carefully sourced wine list at the wraparound bar.
Work smart at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Antonio Downtown. Host meetings in chic boardrooms near Mission City corporations such as Boeing and Rackspace and close to the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center. Our Salon de Gala room makes an elegant venue for San Antonio celebrations of 350 guests. Think of our 24-hour business center as your second home office.
Take time out from the bustling city of San Antonio and take time for contemplation into the quiet grounds of The Alamo as well as other famous San Antonio attractions. Almost 4 million visitors pay homage in the mission chapel, making it one of the most visited historic sites in the country. The Long Barracks contain weapons and other artifacts of Texas Revolutionary times, while a grand diorama re-creates the site as it would have existed in 1836.