The St. Anthony, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Antonio

300 East Travis Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205 USA
+1 210-227-4392

Area & Activities


Admire the Historic Landmarks of San Antonio

Adventures await at The St. Anthony, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Antonio. Enjoy easy access to events at the nearby Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. Wander the vibrant waterfront promenade of the San Antonio River Walk, comprised of beautiful art galleries, local shops and food markets. Explore Texas's rich history at The Alamo or take in a live show at the legendary Majestic Theater, all located near our historic hotel in the heart of downtown San Antonio.

Travis Park View

Family and children's activities

17.1 km

Extreme Escape

Phone: +1 210-641-2828

Work together with your team to solve puzzles and find clues, and escape from this interactive game before time runs out.

7.2 km

San Antonio Zoo

Phone: +1 210-734-7185

The San Antonio Zoo is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums-accredited zoo in Midtown San Antonio.

0.3 km

Escape the Room

Phone: +1 210-764-4415

Put your skills of observation and deduction to the test to escape from this immersive game within 60 minutes.

3.5 km

San Antonio Doseum

This two-story museum promotes learning & discovery through interactive exhibits & creative programs.

RIVER WALK

Less than one mile from hotel.

Open 365 days a year, the River Walk features a wide array of restaurants, shops, and museums. The 2 ½ miles of waterfront was originally used by Spanish explorers as a means of supplying water to their various Texas missions, including The Alamo.

THE ALAMO

Less than one mile from hotel.

Originally called the San Antonio de Valero in the early 1700’s, the Mission was built to provide local indigenous people with protection from hostile tribes and conversion to the Catholic faith. The Alamo officially fell March 6, 1836, and the sacrifice of the Alamo defenders has resonated through generations of visitors to this historical site.

PEARL BREWERY

Less than one mile from hotel.

This historic culinary and cultural destination opened its doors in 1881 as the J. B. Behloradsky Brewery and the City Brewery. Today, the 22-acre Pearl is home to the Culinary Institute of America and is host to a year-round farmers market.

Local attractions

Tower of the Americas

739 East Cesar E. Chavez Blvd.

2.1 km from hotel

Buckhorn Saloon

318 E. Houston St.

0.2 km from hotel

Fitness nearby

0.3 km

Gold's Gym

  • Fitness services: Cardiovascular Equipment, Free weights

Spa nearby

0.3 km from hotel

Services, treatments and amenities

More activities

Biking trail (1.6 km) Boating (54.7 km) Hiking (1.6 km) Jet-skiing (54.7 km) Jogging/fitness trail (0.6 km) Kayaking (3.2 km) River rafting (96.6 km) Water-skiing (54.7 km) Nature preserve, trail (1.6 km) Bike Rentals (0.2 km)
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