Hilton San Antonio Hill Country Hotel

9800 Westover Hills Blvd. San Antonio Texas 78251

Room Rate $149/night plus taxes and fees ($5/da parking) 

Book your hotel room ASAP (while room block lasts)- room rate ends May 4th or when block is filled.

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Driving directions to Hotel

Traveling by Airplane to San Antonio: https://flysanantonio.com/ 
Things to do in San Antonio: https://www.visitsanantonio.com/ 

Hotel offers complimentary shuttle to SeaWorld San Antonio https://seaworld.com/san-antonio/park-info/  Immerse yourself in the wonders of the sea. Experience up-close animal interactions and dive into the world beneath the waves on thrilling rides, like the Great White coaster. Enjoy awe-inspiring shows like the beautiful and powerful One Ocean(R) featuring Shamu(R), or laugh along at our comical show Pets Ahoy, featuring locally-rescued animals. And don’t miss the all-new Discovery Point, where you can experience dolphins through nose-to-bottlenose encounters. Together through inspiration, education and personal animal connections we can make a difference in the natural world we share. Discover your memories that will last a lifetime at SeaWorld(R) San Antonio.

Riverwalk  https://www.thesanantonioriverwalk.com/

America’s greatest vacation destination is just one description of the San Antonio River Walk.  Like San Antonio itself, the River Walk is a multi-cultural buffet of experiences.  Visitors can stroll the banks of the river or take a river taxi.  Tex-Mex, Italian, Irish, and other fine restaurants line the watersides.  Locals and tourists alike sip cold margaritas in the sunshine.  Visitors enjoy outdoor musical performances at historic Arneson Theatre.  The Alamo and the Tower of American attract millions of visitors each year and within walking distance.  The River Walk has it’s own mall.  Come and shop, sip and explore!

Tower of the Americas https://www.toweroftheamericas.com/  Located in the center of Hemisfair Park, this 750-foot (229-meter) Tower of the Americas offers one of the best aerial views of San Antonio. The Flags Over Texas Observation Deck affords a bird’s-eye view of iconic sites, while the rotating Chart House Restaurant offers upscale dining with panoramic views of the city.

Market Square https://www.marketsquaresa.com/ San Antonio’s Historic Market Square is filled with the wonderful sights, sounds, smells, and tastes you might typically associate with life south of the border. Stroll the indoor/outdoor malls filled with more than 100 vendors selling handcrafted pottery, leather goods, clothing, toys, and jewelry in the largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico.                                                     

Japanese Tea Garden https://saparks.org/japanese-tea-garden/  Tucked away in a Texas city known for its vibrant Mexican-American culture, San Antonio’s Japanese Tea Garden offers a refreshing, peaceful space that gives visitors a glimpse into another cultural treasure. The gardens, large pagoda, koi pond, and 60-foot (18-meter) waterfall make for impressive photo backdrops for locals and visitors alike.

San Antonio https://sazoo.org/ Zoo With more than 3,500 animals and upwards of 750 species, the San Antonio Zoo is home to many of the world’s creatures. Walk the zoo’s winding paths to encounter giraffes, lions, elephants, tigers, pelicans, hippos, crocodiles, and other creatures in habitats designed to be engaging for both you and the animals.

San Antonio Missions https://www.nps.gov/saan/index.htm  Mission Concepcin, Mission San Jose, Mission Espada and Mission Capistrano along the way. These historic complexes once served as centers of the Catholic faith and today, some still have active congregations. Visitors will learn about the history of both San Antonio and the Catholic Church while wandering these structures.

San Antonio Aquarium https://sanantonioaquarium.net/  Spend a few hours at the San Antonio Aquarium and experience the majesty of the underwater world without leaving Texas. Visit thousands of animals from around the globe, take the kids to the play areas and interactive exhibits, and don’t miss feeding time.

The Pearl  https://atpearl.com/  Pearl is a neighborhood and like all great neighborhoods it has a rich history that is added to and upheld by the many people who have ties to the place – the buildings, the river, the brewery since it was founded in 1881. Pearl is also a place where we like to get together – to share meals, to learn, to work, to live. With 324 apartments, fifteen restaurants and cafes, thirteen retailers and eighteen resident businesses as well as a twice weekly Farmers Market, this neighborhood is always full of life and activity.  We invite friends, neighbors and visitors to join us in our plaza, in our park spaces and at our year round series of music, food and cultural events and enjoy our position on the beautiful Northern reach of the San Antonio River steps from the San Antonio Museum of Art,

Six Flags Fiesta Texas https://www.sixflags.com/fiestatexas  Six Flags Fiesta Texas is the 2nd Six Flags theme park in Texas established 30 years ago that includes thrilling rides, a water park, world-class shows & entertainment, unique shopping experiences, dining, and much more. Experience 12 world-class roller coasters. Discover 6 excitingly themed areas around the park for a winning combination of special family moments and all out thrills. Interact with classic Loony Toons and super DC characters at our character meet and greets. Find out why this is the place where family memories are made!