Embassy Suites Hotel San Antonio International Airport

10110 US Hwy 281 North, San Antonio, 78216, TX

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Overview

Embassy Suites Hotel San Antonio International Airport is a family-friendly hotel in San Antonio. The hotel is perfect if you’re visiting the McNay Art Museum, River Walk and Institute of Texan Cultures. A few other attractions include the McAllister Park and Southwest School of Art & Craft. Embassy Suites Hotel San Antonio International Airport is a great property for families with kids to visit. This 4-star hotel has 261 suites, it also has a swimming pool and fitness center. Embassy Suites Hotel San Antonio International Airport dining options include free continental breakfast, onsite restaurant and room service. Paloma Blanca Mexican Restaurant & Catering, The Magnolia Pancake Haus and El Jarro De Arturo are all kid-friendly eateries that are good and are within 5 miles of hotel.

Embassy Suites are known for being an all-suite hotel with rooms divided into bedroom and living areas featuring mini kitchenettes with fridges and microwaves. To learn more about the hotels, Embassy Suites Hotels.

Our Editor Loves

  • Onsite dining options
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Pool

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Children Programs
  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Perfect

by iamcam55

The property was perfect for a meeting of family and friends, with easy access to airport and to San Antonio. Clean rooms, friendly helpful staff. Well kept pool. Variety of breakfast foods. On-site playground.

Wonderful, as always

by GoPlaces541375

I really like this brand. You can't beat them for convenience and space. The staff is always friendly, courteous, helpful and efficient. I felt safe and comfortable during my stay and that's important for a female travelling alone.

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