- Not as updated as other properties in the area
- Expensive overnight parking fees
- Loud elevator noise is heard from nearby rooms
- Fee for Wi-Fi access
This 30-floor, 512-room hotel caters to both leisure and business travelers, with basic amenities that work well for both.
Although not as grand in scale as its sister property, the Marriott Rivercenter, Marriott Riverwalk is still a fairly large facility. The lobby is decorated in sophisticated southwestern decor, with wood accents, tile, warm colors, and a striking light fixture covered in faux candles -- but there's no real seating area, and guests have limited room to lounge. Meeting spaces are on the ground floor. A side door near the bar provides direct access to the pleasant riverside.
In downtown San Antonio, fronting the Riverwalk and close to shopping, historical attractions and dining
Guests can walk to any of a number of area attractions, including the Alamo, La Villita, the River Walk, and Tower of the Americas. The Rivercenter Mall is nearby.
Decorated in a warm, southwestern-style decor, the Marriott San Antonio Riverwalk's rooms are comfortable, if a tad generic for an urban high rise. River-facing rooms feature a balcony with outdoor seating.
A Tex Mex restaurant, a bar with River Walk views, and a modern fitness center
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