Enjoy Many San Antonio Activities Outdoors While Visiting Hotel Contessa
There is so much to experience and enjoy when you visit Hotel Contessa in San Antonio, Texas. For more information you may contact our guest services team by calling 210-229-9222 ext. 5422 or to inquire with questions just simply click here to email us.
HemisFair Park & Tower of the Americas
For more than 35 years, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas has offered residents and tourists of San Antonio, Texas, the most breathtaking view of the Alamo City - visitors dine at the Tower's revolving restaurant or enjoy the scenery from the observation deck. Now, Landry's Restaurants, Inc. has taken the experience to a whole new level. Among the improvements are an upscale eatery, banquet facility and a Texas-themed 4-D, multi-sensory theater.
A "must see" for visitors to San Antonio. Find out more about Texas history and The Alamo here.
Rio San Antonio Cruises
Tours offer entertaining narratives of rich history of San Antonio River while on a river barge. You can also wave down a river taxi from our river level exit. Be sure to look for barges with red and yellow checkered flags.
The largest Mexican marketplace outside of Mexico, this delightful experience of bargain-hunting and unique shopping awaits you. Across the way, the Farmers Market Plaza (shops and food court) combines the cultural & artistic influences of the Southwest and south of the border.
Shops at La Villita
La Villita was San Antonio's first neighborhood. Today La Villita is home to many stores including art galleries, craft shops, jewelry shops, and clothing stores. It also is home to restaurants, which enrich the experience with the taste of San Antonio.
King Williams District
A 25-block area near downtown on the south bank of the San Antonio River, the District was once the most elegant residential area in the city. Prominent German merchants originally settled the area. It was zoned as the state's first historic district, and has once again become a fashionable neighborhood.
San Antonio Missions
In the 18th century, the Spanish church established five Catholic missions along the San Antonio River, primarily to extend its dominion northward from Mexico, but also to convert the native population. What remains of the largest concentration of missions in North America provides an interesting look into Texas' history.
Please contact Concierge for more information: Mission San Jose, Mission Concepcion, Mission San Juan, Mission Espada, The Alamo