Area Attractions

Located along the River Walk, a stay at our hotel lets you experience the welcoming hospitality of San Antonio. From trendy cafés, open-air markets, and Mission-Era sites like The Alamo, the city’s deep, rich culture is on display everywhere.


Grand Hyatt San Antonio

600 E. Market Street
San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78205



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Classic Arts & Culture

Go Rio River Tours

Hop aboard one of the iconic electric river boats designed after Mexican folk art for a narrated tour of the San Antonio River and an unforgettable San Antonio Riverwalk experience. Tickets may be purchased at the ticket booth near the hotel

Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair Park

This family-friendly outdoor space in Hemisfair Park offers innovative playscapes, vibrant artwork, and a splash pad. The adjacent Magik Theater is a popular children’s theater dedicated to enhancing an appreciation for the arts among children.

Historic Market Square

Market Square is a three-block outdoor plaza inspired by traditional Mexican markets. Packed with more than 100 locally owned shops and food vendors, it’s the largest Mexican market in the U.S. featuring authentic textiles and handcrafted artwork.


Featuring state-of-the-art sound and video equipment, this 64,000-seat multipurpose stadium plays host to everything from concerts to monster truck rallies. A short stroll from your room, don't miss the chance to experience a show at this versatile venue.

Historic Destinations

The Alamo

Discover The Alamo, San Antonio’s most famous historic site, which stands as a symbol of Texas resiliency and independence. What began as a Spanish mission was later fortified before being overrun by Santa Anna during the Texas Revolution.

Spanish Governor’s Palace

Take a tour of this National Historic Landmark that dates back to the early 1700s when it was the formal residence and office of Spanish military officers. Today, the Spanish colonial building serves as a museum and monument to early Texas history.

King William District

This historic residential area south of downtown was settled by prominent German merchants in the 1800s. Today, ornate mansions dot the streets and make it one of the most elegant areas in the city.

Where to Dine & Drink

Bella on Houston

Boasting a location in the historic Brady Building in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Bella on Houston is perfect for an evening meal of Mediterranean-inspired dishes and some delicious wine.