The San Antonio North Stone Oak Area
Enjoy the best Hill Country has to offer at our cozy hotel, conveniently located on the Charles W. Anderson Loop. Looking to experience the best of the area’s local scene? Just minutes from San Antonio International Airport, our hotel is conveniently located close to the area’s many businesses, including Washington Mutual, MCI Worldcom, Tesoro Petroleum, USAA Insurance and Luby’s Headquarters. We’re also close to local military installations Brooks, Lackland and Randolph Air Force Bases, as well as Fort Sam Houston. Visitors to the University of Texas Health Science Center, Palo Alto College, San Antonio College, Our Lady of the Lake University, St. Mary’s University and Texas A&M San Antonio will also find our location ideal. Our hotel offers a prime location with plenty of free amenities, affording you the opportunity to dig deep into the area’s attractions.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Enjoy travel with the entire family, including your pets, at our comfortable accommodations. Our new Samsung flat-panel TVs come with 30 channels of HD programming and easy Plug-and-Play access that makes it simple to connect electronics to keep the kids entertained. Stay productive with free Wi-Fi, or take advantage of our meeting facilities if traveling on business. Each room comes equipped with an alarm clock, coffeemaker, hairdryer and ironing board with iron so you can start your day with your best foot forward. If you’re traveling for leisure or just looking to unwind after a long day, lounge by our indoor pool, have a soak in the hot tub, or enjoy a workout in our on-site fitness center. Enjoy a free Bright Side Breakfast® that includes unlimited coffee and juice, fresh fruit, waffles, muffins and more.
The area has many attractions including San Antonio’s most famed attraction, the Alamo, which is nearby. Kids will love getting face-to-face with animals at the Brackenridge Park and Zoo, and Six Flags Fiesta Texas is just a short drive away. Lose yourself in the natural beauty of the Botanical Gardens, Canyon Lake, Guadalupe River, Medina Lake or the dramatic Natural Bridge Caverns. History buffs will love exploring the King William Historical District, with its grand Victorian manses, as well as the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park. The Institute of Texan Cultures offers a well-rounded look at the people of Texas past and present. The city’s famous River Walk is lined with vibrant shops and restaurants and makes for a fun way to spend an evening.