Experience the Alamo City like a local during your upcoming trip to San Antonio! A truly singular American city, San Antonio's iconic Spanish architecture, vibrant dining scene, and bustling riverwalk create a unique atmosphere where the city's rich history harmoniously blends with its modern mindset. Where else other than San Antonio can you spend the morning at the Alamo, pop into the breathtaking San Fernando Cathedral, treat yourself to an artful fine dining tasting menu, and catch a world-class show at the magnificent Majestic Theatre?
Located within walking distance of some of San Antonio's most essential attractions, The Emily Morgan Hotel - a DoubleTree by Hilton puts your front and center an unforgettable trip to the Lone Star State. Whether you're embarking upon a history buff sightseeing adventure, attending a conference at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, or having fun along the Riverwalk, you'll always find some exciting things to do in San Antonio.
During your upcoming trip to the Lone Star State, don't miss the chance to embark upon an unforgettable San Antonio Adventure!
Upcoming Events in San Antonio
What: Fiesta San Antonio
When: April 16 - 26
Where: Various San Antonio metropolitan locations
About: Featuring parades, food stands, concerts, artisans and more, Fiesta San Antonio is one of the biggest annual events in all of Texas. It is a celebration of the Alamo, Texas and the many cultures that come together to make our home.
What: River Rally 2020
When: May 15 - 18
Where: Westin Riverwalk: 420 W. Market St. San Antonio, TX
About: The San Antonio River Rally is focused on raising awareness around the importance of water and its protection. The event brings together industry experts, foundation leaders and keynote speakers to work toward a sustainable water future.
What Southwest Music Summer Exhibition
When: July 23 - 25
Where: Henry Gonzalez Convention Center: 900 E. Market St. San Antonio
About: Featuring over 600 exhibits and presenters, The Southwest Music Summer Exhibition is an annual trade show that brings together musicians from all over America's southwest to celebrate culture and art.
Hear From Our Recent Guests
Freddy from Blueperk
We recently received a visit from lifestyle and travel blogger Freddy Rogriguez from Blueperk! Learn more about his visit to San Antonio and his adventures around the city, filled with San Antonio's best tacos, a few gorgeous murals, and a tour of the iconic San Antonio Riverwalk!
Caroline from yTravel
Caroline Makepeace from the yTravel Blog made the Emily Morgan hotel her home for her recent trip to San Antonio. She soaked up history with a visit to the Alamo, reflected beneath the courtyard's historic oak tree, and savored the amazing views from her Alamo view room at our boutique San Antonio hotel!
San Antonio Riverwalk
Eat, drink, and shop your way through historic San Antonio along the nationally-renowned Riverwalk. During your adventure, take a river tour, check out the Briscoe Western Art Museum, or grab some tacos at a waterfront patio!
Distance from the hotel: About a five-minute walk
Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center
With over 1.6 million square feet of convention space, San Antonio's Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center hosts some of the biggest trade shows, conferences, and cultural events in all of Texas!
Distance from the hotel: About a three-minute drive or an 18-minute walk
San Antonio Zoo
See the pandas, giraffes, flamingos, and over 750 other majestic species from around the world in Brackenridge Park's San Antonio Zoo. The zoo is open daily and tickets cost $14.25 for adults and $11.25 for children.
Distance from the hotel: About a ten-minute drive
Whether you're cheering on the Spurs as the march towards another divisional title or attending on of San Antonio's biggest concerts, you'll find the city's most electric events at the iconic Alamodome.
Distance from the hotel: About a 5-minute drive or a 20-minute walk
San Antonio Missions
Don't miss some of San Antonio's most beautiful and historic landmarks during your upcoming visit! Located throughout the city, sites like the Cathedral of San Fernando, the Mission San José, and the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, San Antonio feature some of the most photogenic architecture in the United States.