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Mother's Day at Hilton San Antonio Airport

- Come for Dinner, Stay for Brunch: The hotel has put together a lovely staycation package for moms that includes a special room rate so moms and their families can enjoy a night at the newly renovated hotel ahead of Sunday’s special Mother’s Day brunch at Asado Seafood & Grill (on-site). - Come for Brunch, Leave with Dinner: Guests can choose a pre-packaged dinner to leave with after enjoying brunch so they can enjoy the rest of the holiday sans cooking. Dinner options include Spaghetti & Meatballs, Pasta Primavera with family salad and garlic bread.

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