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San Antonio, TX Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 275
Total Sleeping Rooms 36,537
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,003
Committable Meeting Rooms* 67
Convention Center Space 1,600,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 514,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 54,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $121
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $64
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $203
*Maximum for a single hotel

San Antonio, TX Things to Do and Attractions

San Antonio Missions Park

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San Antonio Missions Park is home to four of the five Spanish missions in San Antonio that flourished in the late 1700s: Mission Concepción, Mission San José, Mission San Juan Capistrano and Mission Espada. Guests can take 50-minute-long tours of the

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San Antonio River Walk

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San Antonio's picturesque River Walk is perhaps the most popular district in the city. Comprised of hundreds of hotels, restaurants, nightspots and shops, the Riverwalk is a hotspot for tourists and out-of-towners. Visitors can descend below street

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The Alamo

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Modern San Antonio and Texas history collide at Alamo Plaza. Situated in the center of the city, it is here that 189 Americans fought valiantly against Santa Anna's sprawling Mexican Army in 1836. Though the Texan forces eventually fell to the

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is Hollywood done Texas-style. Combining the best of a theater and a restaurant environment, the cinema has nine screens for movie showings as well as full dinner and bar service. Long narrow tables offer seating for

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Cowboys Dancehall

San Antonio visitors can slip on a pair of boots and unleash their inner cowboy at Cowboys Dancehall. This 70,000-square-foot facility offers plenty of room to enjoy a variety of country-fied activities, including a mechanical bull, two dance floors,

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Howl at the Moon

Howl at the Moon is a typical nightclub with a not-so-typical focal point: two dueling pianos. A local favorite, Howl at the Moon employees invite the crowd to sing along to hit songs and on occasion pull a brave crooner on the stage to take the

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Market Square

Like many Mexican border towns, San Antonio is infused with a healthy dose of Latin culture. One of the best ways to enjoy the influence of its neighbors to the south is by visiting the popular Market Square shopping district, the largest Mexican

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Natural Bridge Caverns Tours

Discovered in 1960, the Natural Bridge Caverns are among the largest in the state of Texas. To discover the rare stalactites, stalagmites, chandeliers and soda straw formations in the caverns, guests can select from four tour options. The Discovery

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On the Half Shell

From the polished concrete floors and stone accents indoors to the fish-laden fountains and lush tropical foliage in the outdoor courtyard, On the Half Shell gives guests a chance to escape from the busy city. Just minutes from the River Walk in

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River Cruiser Tours

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The San Antonio River is rich in history, tracing its beginnings back to a complex water system that served to supply water to five Spanish missions built between 1718 and 1731. For 35 to 40 minutes, guests can enjoy a narrated tour and learn about

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Rivercenter Comedy Club

Within walking distance from the San Antonio Riverwalk, Rivercenter Comedy Club is a great place to have a drink and enjoy some of the best stand-up comedy in town. Rivercenter Comedy Club has been hosting A-list comedians for more than 15 years, and

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San Antonio City Tours: Trolley Tours

Visitors can enjoy several of San Antonio's most notable sites in one hour-long trolley tour. Stops vary from historic landmarks such as the Alamo and Mission San Jose, shopping destinations such as Market Square and Rivercenter Mall, and unique

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The Majestic Theatre

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At its opening in 1929, the Majestic Theatre was the second largest theatre in the country. After a $4.5 million renovation in 1989 and $3.5 million expansion in 1996, the theatre still retains much of the original grandeur of its Mediterranean-style

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Tower of the Americas

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Built for the 1968 World's Fair, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas reigned as the tallest observation tower in the country until 1996, but still remains in the top 10 tallest buildings in Texas. The tower houses a rotating restaurant and

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Bohanan's Prime Steaks and Seafood

Named one of the Prime Time Top 10 USDA Prime Steakhouses, Bohanan's offers a variety of succulent entrees from all corners of the globe. Among fresh-cut lilies and candlelight, guests can select traditional cuts of beef such as ribeye, New York

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Iron Cactus Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar

Tequila reigns at the Iron Cactus, named one of the top 10 tequila bars in the country. With over 80 selections of tequila to choose from, guests are sure to find a favorite, and Tequila Flights, three 0.5-ounce glasses of specialty tequila, are

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Mi Tierra Cafe

Situated in the cozy, Latin-infused Market Square district, Mi Tierra Cafe is a hometown favorite that offers guests inspired Tex-Mex cuisine 24-7. Christmas lights adorn the walls, and a breathtaking carved oak bar features Mayan, Aztec and Mexican

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The Guenther House

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The Guenther House is a stately 19th-century home nestled on the edge of the San Antonio historic district. Originally owned by millwright Carl Hilmar Guenther, the structure has been completely renovated to include a museum for mill memorabilia and

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Ice & Golf Center at Northwoods

The Ice & Golf Center at Northwoods is a great place to spend a day with the family. Visitors can practice their putting skills on one of two 18-hole miniature golf courses, complete with unique obstacles such as tunnels, loop-de-loops and

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San Antonio Children's Museum

Creative play is a powerful engine for stimulating a child's learning, and the San Antonio Children's Museum is the vehicle that makes it happen. Within this multi-level building, children can get lost in a life-like cityscape full of surprises and

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Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort

Just outside the city limits of San Antonio sits one of the world's largest water parks. Schlitterbahn is a 65-acre oasis for families that includes over 40 family attractions, including water slides, tube chutes, pools and hot tubs. Guest favorites

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SeaWorld San Antonio

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As the largest marine life adventure park in the world, SeaWorld offers more than 26 shows, rides and animal attractions. Children and adults alike will enjoy rides such as Journey to Atlantis, part-roller coaster, part-water ride, and the Great

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is an award-winning amusement park that truly delivers something for everyone. Decorated in a style that promotes the culture and history of Texas, this expansive park is sure to get families in the San Antonio spirit. Kids

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Friedrich Wilderness Park

Friedrich Wilderness Park is 600-acres of diverse flora and fauna sure to delight any nature lover. Visitors can walk on 5.5 miles of hiking trails through orchid-covered hills, canyons and creeks, but what the park is most renowned for is its

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San Antonio Botanical Garden

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The San Antonio Botanical Garden refines the expansive natural beauty of the Texas countryside into 33 breath-taking acres. The garden features several displays including the Rose Garden, Sensory Garden, Shade Garden and Kumamoto En garden, as well

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The San Antonio Zoo

Over 3,500 animals from 750 species are waiting to be discovered at the San Antonio Zoo. About 850,000 visitors stop at the zoo annually to visit one of over 10 exhibits, which include Africa Live, featuring hippos and crocodiles; Amazonia,

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