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The hotel offers deluxe accommodations, with plush bedding, flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms (with showers and tubs) and more. Rollaway beds and cribs are available upon request and complimentary, as are connecting rooms.
This is the hotel's most basic offering, though it's anything but basic, with 400 to 425 square feet of space and one king or two queen beds.
These rooms offer a king bed, plus a separate living area that houses a sleeper sofa -- perfect for a family of four.
This grand suite, which spans 1,283 square feet, has two bedrooms, a wet bar, refrigerator and dining table. It's ideal for a family of four or five.
This room is located on the 20th floor, affording some of the hotel's best views. It has a sofa bed and sitting area, plus a table for board games. It easily connects to a parlor room, where meetings are often hosted. It's perfect for the corporate traveler who is also vacationing with his or her family.
Of course, this is the largest suite, at 1,315 square feet. Located on the 20th floor, it has a refrigerator, wet bar, dining room, living room and two bedrooms. It's truly home away from home.
The Discovery Suite is the ultimate room for kids, with two twin beds (with pink or blue bedding), a mini-basketball court, chalkboard wall, video games and more. It is attached to a room with a king bed.
You won't find a room like this anywhere else. Designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of SeaWorld San Antonio in 2014, the suite features nautical décor, a goodie-filled treasure chest, and a saltwater aquarium that extends from the bedroom to the bathroom. It also offers board and video games, and connects to a room with a king bed for parents.