Area Attractions

Explore things to do in San Antonio from our airport hotel with complimentary shuttle service to nearby shopping at Alamo Quarry Market. Visit the San Antonio Zoo at Brackenridge Park or attend a conference at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention, both located within a ten-minute drive of the hotel.

Hyatt Place San Antonio Airport/Quarry Market

7615 Jones Maltsberger Road
San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78216



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Local Attractions

Alamo Quarry Market

Hop on the complimentary shuttle or walk to this popular shopping center and dining and entertainment center with more than 70 stores and restaurants, plus a movie theater, Sunday farmers market, and special seasonal events.

San Antonio River Walk

Access world-class dining, shopping, attractions, and entertainment along the San Antonio River, including museums, theaters, malls, and cruises. Take a boat tour, stroll along the river banks, or attend a special holiday event or festival.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Drive 15 minutes to the thrills at this expansive amusement park, featuring more than 40 attractions including rollercoasters, water rides, and kid-friendly areas. Check out the live entertainment including concerts and seasonal celebrations.

Local Food + Drink

Local Venues

McNay Art Museum

Visit this historic mansion for a refined collection of American and European art, French art glass, and 23 acres of beautiful lawns featuring outdoor sculptures. Host your wedding in this romantic venue located ten minutes from the hotel.

The Quarry Golf Course

Located within a mile of the hotel, this award-winning golf course sits on land that once housed the Alamo Cement plant making it one of the most unique courses in Texas. Hit the links, dine at the grill, or check out live music on the patio.

Night Life

Esquire Tavern

Boasting the longest wooden bar top in Texas, this lively pub offers handcrafted drinks and popular brews with food that showcases an authentic taste of San Antonio, located right in the heart of the Riverwalk in downtown.

John T. Floore’s Country Store

This popular barbeque café and bar features live music on an outdoor stage and has played host to greats like Patsy Cline. Enjoy the quintessential Honky Tonk experience with food and beer that’s authentically Texas.

Majestic Theatre

The city’s largest and oldest theatre, this iconic destination plays host to live concerts, comedy shows, world class Broadway productions, and more throughout the year. Check out this historic stage just moments from the hotel.

Howl at the Moon

With dueling pianos, drink specials, and a lively atmosphere, this popular bar located in the heart of San Antonio is a great place to get a true taste of Texas. Stay just minutes away from all the fun at Hyatt Place San Antonio.

Outdoor Adventures

Brackenridge Park

This sprawling park in San Antonio spans more than 300 acres, offering miles of trails and walking paths, fields for outdoor recreation, and stunning scenery. Explore its Japanese Tea Garden and winding waterways on your next visit.

Enchanted Rock State Natural Area

With more than 11 miles of trails, including the popular Summit Trail which takes you to the top of this pink granite batholith, Enchanted Rock is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts. Explore its vivid natural wonders during your next trip.


Commemorating the 1968 Hemisfair which celebrated the founding of San Antonio, this historic park features the Tower of the Americas, Institute of Texan Cultures, a playground for the kids, fountains, and peaceful natural scenery.

Japanese Tea Garden

Featuring dramatic floral displays, stone bridges, Koi ponds, a captivating 60-foot waterfall, and lush year-round foliage, the Japanese Tea Garden in Brackenridge Park is a can’t-miss local attraction in San Antonio.

Natural Bridge Caverns

Formed after a sinkhole collapse, the limestone slab bridge that covers the entrance to these sprawling caverns makes for a one-of-a-kind photo op. Natural Bridge caverns are the largest known caverns in Texas.

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

Where else in Texas can you see giraffes, emus, and bison all in one place? This unique experience lets you get up close with a variety of exotic animals, while learning more about their habitats and animal conservation.

San Antonio Botanical Garden

This 33-acre botanical garden is truly a one-of-a-kind experience not to be missed. Explore its diverse plants, learn more about conservation efforts, and attend some of the many events and exhibitions that happen year-round.

San Pedro Creek Culture Park

This iconic park showcases the work of some of San Antonio’s most brilliant local artists, with murals, beautiful, tiled benches, ceramic works, and more highlighted throughout the park. It’s a great place to learn more about San Antonio culture.

Hot Wells of Bexar County

This cultural historical park adjacent to the San Antonio River is the site of the city’s hot wells, where visitors could once experience the therapeutic properties of the well’s sulfuric waters. Today you can explore the historic grounds of the hotel that once resided there.

Government Canyon State Natural Area

Spanning more than 12,000 acres, one can truly get lost to time exploring this beautiful area in the Texas Hill Country. Explore miles of endless trails and see natural wonders along the way from lush foliage to unique wildlife.