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


300 East Travis Street, San Antonio, TX, 78205, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (1)(210) 227-4392   •  Hotel Reservations: 866-716-8136


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What's Nearby

  1. Alamodome
  2. AT&T Center
  3. Blue Star Contemporary Art Center
  4. Educational and Cultural Arts Center
  5. Garcia Glass
  6. Majestic Theatre
  7. McNay Art Museum
  8. North Star Mall
  9. Pearl Brewery
  10. Rivercenter Mall
  11. Riverwalk
  12. San Antonio Children's Museum
  13. San Antonio Museum of Art
  14. San Antonio Symphony
  15. Southwest School of Arts & Crafts
  16. The Alamo
  17. The Buckhorn Museum
  18. The Witte Museum
  19. Tobin Center
  20. Tower of Americas
  21. San Marcos
  22. The Shops at La Cantera

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Arts & Culture

The Buckhorn Museum

Less than one mile from hotel

The Buckhorn Museum features over 520 species of wildlife from all over the world. The exhibit halls are comprised of animals from every continent, including strange animal oddities that have been collected since 1881 when the Buckhorn opened as a saloon and accepted horns and antlers in exchange for free beer and whiskey.

Tobin Center - Theater for the Performing Arts

Less than one mile from hotel

Antonio’s home for symphony, opera and ballet. Originally built in 1926, the historic Municipal auditorium has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation in recent years and is now a world-class venue featuring a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose 1,759-seat performance hall, a 250-seat studio theater, and an outdoor performance plaza.

San Antonio Children's Museum

Less than one mile from hotel

Dedicated to children ages 0-10 years, the museum features three floors of hands-on exhibits and programs that focus on early childhood learning, especially in the creative arts, sciences and early literacy. 

Southwest School of Arts & Crafts

Less than one mile from hotel

The Southwest School of Art was the first school for girls in San Antonio, and is considered a cornerstone of San Antonio history. Today, this urban oasis is viewed as an integral part of San Antonio’s art scene.

Educational and Cultural Arts Center

Less than one mile from hotel

Formally the Museo Alameda, The Educational & Cultural Arts Center (ECAC) at Texas A&M University – San Antonio is the first formal affiliate of the Smithsonian and was once the largest Latino museum in the USA.

Institute of Texan Cultures

Less than one mile from hotel

The Institute of Texan Cultures gives a voice to people from across the globe who call Texas home, providing insight into the past, present and future of the State. This museum is family-friendly and includes many hands-on elements for children.

Garcia Art Glass

Less than one mile from hotel

As the only local hand blown glass studio and gallery in San Antonio, Garcia Glass offers mesmerizing glass blowing demonstrations.

Blue Star Contemporary Art Center

1 Mile

Developed in 1986, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum is the first and longest-running venue for contemporary art in San Antonio. The center hosts over twenty exhibitions each year within its four on-site galleries and multiple offsite locations within the community.

San Antonio Museum of Art

1.5 Miles

The Museum conducts more than 500 guided tours each year and provides over 400 educational programs each year. Programs include lectures, concerts, films, children’s workshops, scholarly symposia, family art activities and special exhibitions.

The Witte Museum

2 Miles

The Witte Museum offers innovative exhibitions, programs, and collections in natural history, science and Texas heritage. The general admission price includes the exhibits in the Robert J. and Helen C. Kleberg South Texas Heritage Center, the H-E-B Body Adventure and B. Naylor Research and Collections Center.

McNay Art Museum

4 Miles

What was once the private home of Ohio-born heiress Marion Koogler is now a 23-acre estate that houses major exhibitions, a sculpture gallery and garden, a lecture hall and nearly 20,000 works of art.

Sports​ ​&​ ​Entertainment

San Antonio Symphony

Less than one mile from hotel

Founded in 1939, The San Antonio Symphony is a full-time professional symphony orchestra the runs from late September to early June each year.

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Majestic Theatre

Less than one mile from hotel

Home to the San Antonio Symphony, the 2,264 seat Majestic Theatre is a National Historic Landmark that hosts a with a wide variety of concerts and performing arts attractions.

AT&T Center

4 Miles

Home to the San Antonio Spurs and the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, this state-of-the-art facility hosts concerts, sporting events and world-class entertainment.


Rivercenter Mall

Less that one mile from hotel

Rivercenter is the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in San Antonio, with over 100 retailers, restaurants, and an IMAX and AMC Theater.

North Star Mall

5 Miles

Houses 200 specialty stores and restaurant.

Shops at La Cantera

12 Miles

This upscale open-air regional shopping mall features premier shopping and dining options in the San Antonio area. 

Local​ ​San​ ​Antonio​ ​Attractions

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.