Courtyard San Antonio Medical Center is a great property for families with children to stay. This hotel is perfect if you’re visiting the Witte Museum, Guenther House and McAllister Park. Other points of interest include The Alamo and Institute of Texan Cultures. This 3-star hotel has 134 rooms; it also has a nearby golf course, fitness center and swimming pool. Courtyard San Antonio Medical Center dining options include room service and on-site restaurant. The Cheesecake Factory, Pappasito’s Cantina-Catering and Carrabba’s Italian Grill are all kid-friendly eateries that are also worth looking at and are near the hotel.
Courtyard by Marriott hotels are located in more than 35 countries and provide all the comfort of a Marriott brand. Rooms are spacious and some hotels provide kitchens or kitchenettes, and most locations feature one on-site restaurant, swimming pools and Wi-Fi. Learn more about Courtyard by Marriott hotels.
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- Clean hotel
- Great location
- Great for repeat stays
- Theme Park
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We were in and out for one night, and everything was good. I haven't stayed at a Courtyard for a while- we chose this hotel for the location. Comparing to other hotel choices, I would probably choose one that has water and coffee in the lobby all day. Fast food nearby. We looked over the pool, and it was clean and had several floats in it. Nothing to complain about, nothing to rave about, but a good value.
Almost everything about the stay was very positive.
The hotel had a pretty good location, and was competitively priced. The room was great (was upgraded based on my Titanium status), and big enough so that It didn't feel cramped when my family came to visit during my stay. We didn't use the pool, but there was a shaded outdoor area where a hot tub used to be that we really enjoyed hanging out in. Even though there were a lot of families there on the weekends, it was still quiet.
I have 2 gripes about the hotel. The Laundry facilities were somewhat lacking (need more). The TV sucked. There is no other way to word the TV problem. There was no internet TV with built in Netflix like most other Marriotts nowadays, no guide channel, no card in the room to show what channel is what number, etc. Out of 40 some odd channels, i think 6-8 were ESPN so there was not a very good variety either.