Things To Do
Situated along the River Walk, across the street from the Henry B. González Convention Center, and only two blocks from the Alamo, Hilton Palacio del Rio provides one of the best locations to stay in San Antonio.
Try a narrated riverboat cruise or catch a river shuttle from Go Rio Cruises that boards right outside our hotel. Tune in to the streaming webcam and enjoy a live look at our beautiful River Walk, or walk to neighboring La Villita Historic Arts Village, the original 'little town' of San Antonio. Don't forget to tour the nearby Alamo, one of Texas's most legendary attractions and now a part of Unesco's World Heritage list.
Take part in San Antonio's festive annual events. In January, join us for the Western River Festival and Livestock and Rodeo Show. Spring welcomes Fiesta Week featuring an exciting river parade. In the summer, participate in the Folklife Festival that celebrates Texan culture, food, music and crafts. During the winter holidays, join us for the Las Posadas/Fiesta de Las Luminarias where candle-lit paths symbolically mark the 'lighting of the way' for the holy family along the River Walk.
IN AND AROUND TOWN
Fun in San Antonio
Our Hilton Mom Voyage team shares experiences to help you plan a vacation the whole family will love!
The Shops at La Cantera
Treat yourself to a day of retail therapy at The Shops at La Cantera.
San Antonio Market Square
El Mercado is what the locals call Market Square which is the largest Mexican historic shopping district in San Antonio.
SeaWorld® San Antonio
Plan a trip the whole family will enjoy to the worlds largest marine-life adventure park.
Explore the rich history of the Texas Revolution with a tour of The Alamo and adjacent gardens.
San Antonio River Walk
Hop on a river boat taxi or take a stroll along the river lined with shops, bars and restaurants.
Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center
This newly expanded convention center has a beautiful outdoor space just off the River Walk.
McNay Art Museum
Visit the first modern art museum in Texas founded in 1918 by Marion Koogler McNay.
Eat, shop and play along the banks of the River Walk at this historic gathering spot.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Enjoy 200 acres of thrilling rollercoasters and theme park adventures.