Your ideal visit to San Antonio begins the moment you arrive at our Riverwalk area hotel. The unique setting – directly overlooking the historic Alamo AND on the Riverwalk – combined with Four Diamond luxuries and unsurpassed service make Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk an exceptional base for all your explorations.

The first thing San Antonio visitors notice is the friendliness of everyone they encounter. Combine that with the dizzying array of facilities, hotels, services and attractions; the walkablity of the city; the vibrant culture and well-preserved historical sites, and you’ve made the perfect choice for a destination that will surpass all of your expectations.

The world-famous River Walk is one of the top visitor destinations in Texas and a cornerstone of our robust meetings industry. Also known as the “world’s largest hotel lobby,” it’s the perfect place for networking, nightlife and entertainment.

No trip to San Antonio is complete without a visit to The Alamo, an enduring symbol of courage and freedom recognized worldwide. Located in the heart of downtown, The Alamo hosts more than 2.5 million visitors a year and is a must see for visitors to the Alamo City.

Dining in San Antonio is foodie heaven! Attendees can’t wait to get here to try innovative Tex-Mex options, but also quickly discover the incomparable Bar-b-que, steaks and burgers cooked to perfection with a taste of Texas. All the favorite brands are here as well, alongside renowned local chef-owned eateries and upscale options for every taste.

Ready to hit the town after dark? Quiet wine bars, well-known watering holes, lively dance halls and a dueling piano sing-along are just some of the many popular stops available on the River Walk or within a short walk of downtown hotels. Other hot spots like Southtown and points north are easily accessible by taxi.

A culture with roots in Mexico, Germany and the Old West combine to provide an “only in San Antonio” experience. Unique museums feature special collections, such as Latin American Art and Western Art, while the Southtown area near downtown is home to a thriving arts community.  Historical sites such as The Alamo and The Mission Trail (the largest concentration of missions in North America) entice history buffs, as does King William, the state’s first historic district. This 25-block neighborhood near downtown, settled by prominent German merchants in the late 1800s, was the city’s most elegant residential area – many of the homes are featured on the area’s popular self-guided walking tour.

Theres something for everyone!

Visit for lots more ideas to make your visit complete.