Area Attractions

San Antonio is a perfect blend of new and old; stroll along the scenic River Walk that winds through downtown and you’ll pass by trendy cafés, open-air farmers’ markets, and Mission-era structures such as The Alamo. Spend your days learning more about San Antonio’s vibrant culture at its many history and art museums, or wandering through craft markets brimming with authentic textiles and ceramics. Just steps from the River Walk and Alamodome, Grand Hyatt San Antonio is your home away from home while you explore.

 

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Where to Dine & Drink

Biga on the Banks

Like its name suggests, this restaurant affords unforgettable views of the River Walk. Dig into inventive New American fare like gulf crab-stuffed true American snapper and close-to-bouillabaise.

Boudro’s Texas Bistro

It’s nearly impossible to beat the ambience of Boudro’s, a trendy new American bistro overlooking the River Walk. Take a seat outside beneath umbrellas or palm trees for a first-rate view.

Classic Arts & Culture

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center

Located in downtown San Antonio, this premier facility houses events like community meetings, the San Antonio Boat Show, and dance competitions.

San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio’s main thoroughfare is the winding San Antonio River Walk, a network of pedestrian-friendly paths one story below street level. Stroll down its umbrella-lined walkway and dine at restaurants throughout.

San Antonio’s Unique Outdoor Scene

Brackenridge Park Golf Course

Play a round on this historical 18-hole golf course with scenic views, located around the Alamo City Golf Trail. It’s the oldest course in Texas and was originally opened in 1916.

Historic Destinations in San Antonio

King Williams Historic District

Walk the 25-block area that was settled by prominent German merchants in the 1800s and is considered the most elegant residential area in the city.