DoubleTree Hotel San Antonio Airport

37 North East Loop 410, at McCullough, San Antonio, 78216, TX

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Overview

DoubleTree Hotel San Antonio Airport is a great hotel for families with kids to stay. This hotel is just around the corner from the The Alamo, San Antonio Rodeo and Witte Museum. Additional points of interest include the Brackenridge Eagle Miniature Train and Institute of Texan Cultures. The 4-star hotel has 284 rooms; it also has a fitness center, swimming pool and nearby golf course. DoubleTree Hotel San Antonio Airport dining options include room service and on-site restaurant. Paloma Blanca Mexican Restaurant & Catering, The Magnolia Pancake Haus and El Jarro De Arturo are all kid-friendly restaurants that are good and are near the hotel.

DoubleTree hotels are found in more than 200 destinations worldwide, many of which offer on-site dining. Select properties feature suites with living and dining areas, and many hotels are pet-friendly. Read more about DoubleTree.

Our Editor Loves

  • Nice hotel
  • Good for weekend getaways
  • Friendly staff

Family Interests

  • Golf
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

A nice hotel, perfect to go shopping in San Antonio

by Richard L

A nice hotel perfect to go shopping in San Antonio
This Hotel is located near San Antoni International Airport, close to the North Star Mall, good restaurants a Papadeaux and others, close to downtown San Antonio and no far away from La Cantera.
Price performance is good. Cleanliness is Ok

Felt unsafe, room was dark.

by AttorneyOnTheGo

This was my first stay at this hotel and I will not be returning. Upon arriving in the room, it was pitch black. The light switch near the door didn't work, so I had to wander into the room to turn on lights individually. The room was tolerable once every single light was turned on. Throughout the evening, people were shoving menus from local restaurants under my door. I felt unsafe knowing that random people who were unaffiliated with the hotel were roaming around. Also, each time something slid under my door, it was intrusive.