The St Anthony, the most beloved of all San Antonio luxury hotels, has been restored to the opulence that made her storied halls the haunt of politicos, princesses, and A-list celebrities. Rated as one of Conde Nast Traveler list of Top Hotels in Texas, this designated national historic landmark has been fully renovated to offer the grace, style, and service of a bygone era with the modern conveniences today's travelers require. Overlooking Travis Park, our downtown San Antonio hotel is conveniently located just three blocks from both the Alamo and the River Walk.
La Villita, south of the River Walk in downtown San Antonio, was originally settled nearly 300 years ago as one of the city's first neighborhoods. In 1939, La Villita Historic Arts Village was established and the neighborhood was adapted into a center for teaching regional arts and crafts and to serve as an artists market. Today, nearly 30 shops and galleries offer distinct handcrafted items by artists from San Antonio and surrounding areas. You'll find paintings, folk art, textiles, sculptures, copper wares, jewelry, and more. Plus, in the midst of these tree-lined walkways and plazas, enjoy a savory culinary experience at the area restaurants with options ranging from traditional Mexican flavors to steakhouse favorites. For individual shop listings go to http://lavillita.com/
The Majestic Theatre and Charline McCombs Theatre are San Antonio’s premier performing arts facilities featuring Broadway shows, concerts, comedians and other live events.
The Historic Majestic Theatre is located at 224 E. Houston Street in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Texas. Built in 1929 by John Eberson for Interstate Theatres, the Majestic was intended to be the most modern building in South Texas and was the first in the state to be totally air-conditioned. The Majestic remains one of the finest examples of atmospheric theatres ever built, receiving National Historic Landmark status in 1993. Purchased in 1988 by the City of San Antonio, the theatre was renovated in 1989 at a cost of $15 million, and shortly after, in 1996, the stage was expanded, allowing the theatre to accommodate major Broadway musicals. Since 1989, the Majestic has hosted over 5 million patrons, all at no cost to taxpayers. Address: 224 E. Houston St, San Antonio, Texas 78205
The Charline McCombs Empire Theatre was built in 1913 on the site of the former Rische's Opera House in downtown San Antonio, Texas. Designed in the style of a European palazzo by architects Mauran, Russell & Crow of St. Louis, the Empire operated as a vaudeville house and then a motion picture theatre. The Empire's grandeur was prematurely concealed by inappropriate repairs to extensive flood damage in 1921. After a long, slow decline, the vaudeville house, turned B-run movie theatre, closed its doors in 1978. Address: 226 N. St. Mary’s Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205
The Spanish Governor’s Palace, a National Historic Landmark, is the last visible trace of the Presidio San Antonio de Bexar and the only remaining example in Texas of an aristocratic 18th-century Spanish Colonial town house. Constructed in 1749, it was used as the headquarters and residence of the captain of the San Antonio De Bexar Presidio and given the name the "Spanish Governor's Palace.” The building is a long one-story, U-shaped stone structure covered in stucco that surrounds a traditional Spanish patio and courtyard. Since 1931, it has operated as a Museum of Spanish Colonial History.
The Spanish Governor's Palace is located at 105 Plaza de Armas in San Antonio, Texas 78205. It is open Tuesday-Saturday from 9:00am to 5:00pm and Sunday from 10:00am to 5:00pm. The fees are $5 adult regular admission, $3 for seniors and military, and $3 for children ages 7 through 13. Children under the age of seven are free. For admission or rental information, call (210) 224-0601.
Exquisite steakhouse dining in historic La Villita on the River Walk.
The Little Rhein Steak House occupies the Bombach House, which was built in the 1800s when German immigrants designated the area the Little Rhein district. Old photos, posters, beverage trays and other San Antonio collectibles adorn the limestone walls of the main dining room. Antique accents including brass lights from the Federal Courthouse and wooden benches from the Katy Train Depot help to create a comfortable, rustic atmosphere. The main dining room and two lower-level dining rooms are available for private events.
Bienvenidos a Historic Market Square!...one of the largest Mexican markets outside of Mexico! Since the 1820s, Market Square has been a place for generations of residents and visitors to meet, shop, dine, and dance. Explore over 100 locally owned shops in festive indoor malls filled with authentic Talavera pottery, exotic curios, handcrafted gifts and leather goods, and colorful 'south of the border' clothing. Savor traditional Mexican fare at nationally renowned restaurants and surround yourself with the sounds of Mariachi and Tejano music. If that's not enough, nearly every weekend you can experience the rich cultural traditions of Folklorico dancing on one of several stages throughout the marketplace. Historic Market Square is sure to have something for everyone!
San Antonio Bike Share is the non-profit that launched San Antonio B-cycle in 2011 as the first bike share in the state of Texas. In 2018, San Antonio acquired a title sponsor, Southwest General Hospital, A Steward Family Hospital, changing the name to SWell Cycle. With hundreds of self-serve bikes and more than 60 stations, SWell Cycle offers 24/7 access to the City on your schedule.
B-cycle station map here.
At Guillermo’s we pride ourselves on providing our customers with a relaxed San Antonio dining experience. Only the finest and freshest ingredients go into our meals. We are here to serve you daily if you are needing service for one, business luncheon, social gathering or we can cater your event as well. Our staff looks forward to serving you and making sure we keep you coming back for more.
We believe in providing the highest quality services to every client, every time. Our staff places great importance on maintaining your budget while saving you unnecessary costs or time where possible.
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