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13 Hotels Every San Antonian Needs to Splurge on for their Next Staycation 

Love them or hate them San Antonio has several hotels near the downtown area and outside the loop that are typically marketed towards tourists — but hey, if you can't beat 'em, might as well join 'em! Let yourself splurge on a weekend staycation in town and live large at some of San Antonio's nicest, priciest and most lavish hotels.
Omni La Mansión del Rio
112 College St, (210) 518-1000, omnihotels.com
Oh, the Omni. It never seizes to amaze us. Take a dip in the La Mansion pool, walk around the banks of the Paseo del Rio downtown, or grab a fancy bite at the famed La Canarias.
Photo via Instagram, sanantonios_places
Omni La Mansión del Rio
112 College St, (210) 518-1000, omnihotels.com
Rooms at La Mansión del Rio star around the $150 range and go up from there. Whether you're staying to get closer downtown or just need a quiet room to yourself, we're sure you'll love your night here.
Photo via Instagram, mommytravels
Hotel Havana
1015 Navarro St., (210) 222-2008, havanasanantonio.com
Sometimes it feels like we can't get enough of this boutique hotel. With it's chic yet bohemian interiors, delicious food at Ocho and delectable cocktails and cool vibes at the Havana Lounge, it's no wonder we're so in love with Hotel Havana.
Photo via Instagram, japneisa
Hotel Havana
1015 Navarro St., (210) 222-2008, havanasanantonio.com
Rooms average around $200-$350, though we guarantee it'll be money worth spent. Forget your in downtown San Antonio and enjoy your vacation along a much more chill side of riverwalk. And don't forget to slip into something more comfortable, like the complimentary robes provided in every room.
Photo courtesy of Hotel Havana
Mokara Hotel & Spa
212 W. Crockett St., (210) 396-5800, omnihotels.com
Check in to the luxurious Mokara branch of the Omni hotels and get pampered like the king or queen you truly are.
Photo via Instagram, Google Images, uploaded by Mokara Hotel & Spa
Mokara Hotel & Spa
212 W. Crockett St., (210) 396-5800, omnihotels.com
Be sure to book an afternoon at the spa, play tourist for the evening or getting into this cozy bed before the sun goes down and just relax.
Photo via Instagram, iamreggo
The Crockett Hotel
320 Bonham, (210) 225-6500, crocketthotel.com
If you find yourself at this historic boutique hotel for the weekend, be sure to checking lounge out by the pool, grab a drink at Ernie's Bar and spend your time soaking up the vibes of downtown San Antonio.
Photo via Instagram, lanirussell
The Crockett Hotel
320 Bonham, (210) 225-6500, crocketthotel.com
And don't forget to order a plate or two of The Crockett Hotel's famous Texas-shaped waffles while you're there. Room service, anyone?
Photo via Instagram, lanirussell
The St. Anthony Hotel
300 E. Travis St., (210) 227-4392, thestanthonyhotel.com
Doesn't the St. Anthony Hotel just reek of luxury? Well deserved luxury, that is. Starting around $170, check in to the popular downtown hotel and see what the fuss is all about.
Photo via Instagram, exasmitch
The St. Anthony Hotel
300 E. Travis St., (210) 227-4392, thestanthonyhotel.com
Be sure too head up to the rooftop and check out the pool, wonder around this swanky spot and dine at Rebelle and grab post-dinner cocktails at Haunt.
Photo via Instagram, katebperez
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Hotel Emma
136 E Grayson St., (210) 448-8300, thehotelemma.com
Don't act like it hasn't been your dream to stay at Hotel Emma for a couple years now. The famous hotel tops most people's list of must-stay hotels and should definitely be at the top of yours.
Photo via Instagram, bluehelix13
Hotel Emma
136 E Grayson St., (210) 448-8300, thehotelemma.com
Spend the whole weekend checked into Hotel Emma without ever having to leave the Pearl. Heck, with Supper, Sternewirth, and Larder, you don't ever even have to leave the hotel.
Photo via Instagram, mischamidyette
Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk
123 Losoya St., (210) 222-1234, sanantonio.regency.hyatt
Pretend your a tourist for the weekend and stay right on the riverwalk. Rooms start around $179 and are for sure worth the pretty penny.
Photo via Instagram, almarzooqi_k
Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk
123 Losoya St., (210) 222-1234, sanantonio.regency.hyatt
Be sure to dine at Q Bar and check out Mkt. Place while you're enjoy your lavish stay Downtown. You deserve it.
Photo via Instagram, westinriverwalk
JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa
23808 Resort Pkwy., (210) 276-2500, .marriott.com
Go ahead, splurge a little... or a lot... on a luxurious weekend at the hill country resort. With a full spa, 18-hole golf course, adult-only infinity pool, and seven yes, seven restaurants, why wouldn't you treat yourself to a stay here>
Photo via Instagram, jwsanantonio
JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa
23808 Resort Pkwy., (210) 276-2500, .marriott.com
And don't forget the 9-ACRE WATER PARK.
Photo via Facebook, JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa
La Cantera Resort and Spa
16641 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 558-6500,
Spa? Check. 36-hole golf course? Oh, yeah. Ten bars and restaurants? You better believe it. There's nothing La Cantera Resort and Spa doesn't have, so what are you waiting for?
Photo via Instagram, futuresoundsdj
La Cantera Resort and Spa
16641 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 558-6500,
Yeah....we can get used to this.
Photo via Instagram, lomadevida
Menger Hotel
204 Alamo Plaza, (210) 223-4361, mengerhotel.com A little haunted, a whole lot of classy — a night's stay at the Menger Hotel should be on every San Antonian's bucket list. Starting around $120 a night, you can have a fancy night here without pay too much.
Photo via Instagram, ________walter
Menger Hotel
204 Alamo Plaza, (210) 223-4361, mengerhotel.com Check in to one of these fabulously-styled suites, get a unique downtown San Antonio experience and be sure to get a taste of the hotel's Victorian past at the Colonial Room Restaurant. After dinner, cozy up at the Menger Bar and try not to run into any ghosts.
Photo via Instagram, jamielynne9
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Hotel Valencia Riverwalk
150 E Houston St., (210) 227-9700, hotelvalencia-riverwalk.com
Staring around $150 a night, Hotel Valencia is great for any couple or person on their own looking for a quick getaway night. Dine and sip drinks at Valencia's restaurant or cocktail bar and enjoy the night away from home.
Photo via Instagram, jfrenchmusic
Hotel Valencia Riverwalk
150 E Houston St., (210) 227-9700, hotelvalencia-riverwalk.com
And then cannon ball into this giant fluffy bed, fit for a king or queen.
Photo via Instagram, hotelvalenciarw
The Emily Morgan Hotel
705 E Houston St., (210) 225-5100, emilymorganhotel.com You can get a room at the Emily Morgan for a decent price and live large next to the Alamo for a night or weekend.
Photo via Instagram, barberino23M
The Emily Morgan Hotel
705 E Houston St., (210) 225-5100, emilymorganhotel.com Just be sure to draw yourself a bad and soak in one of these bad boys during your stay.
Photo via Instagram, shezilly
The Westin Riverwalk
420 W Market St., (210) 224-6500, westinriverwalksanantonio.com Spoil yourself rotten with a weekend away at the Westin's Riverwalk location on Market Street and check out the tourists from your balcony window.
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The Westin Riverwalk
420 W Market St., (210) 224-6500, westinriverwalksanantonio.com Then join them for a night of fine dining at the Westin's Zocca Cuisine D’Italia and savor every last bite.
Photo via Instagram, westinriverwalk
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Omni La Mansión del Rio
112 College St, (210) 518-1000, omnihotels.com
Oh, the Omni. It never seizes to amaze us. Take a dip in the La Mansion pool, walk around the banks of the Paseo del Rio downtown, or grab a fancy bite at the famed La Canarias.
Photo via Instagram, sanantonios_places

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