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  • ~ Inn on the Riverwalk ~
  • 129 Woodward Place
  • San Antonio, Texas 78204
  • (800) 730-0019
  • (210) 225-6333
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Inn on the Riverwalk BLOG

  • Fiesta2015

    Did you know Fiesta 2015 is nearly 3 weeks long this year? Wow - so many things going on in downtown San Antonio. So much fun for the whole family to enjoy!!!

    Here's the official Fiesta page

     and here's the events calendar:



    Look forward to seeing you there!

    or call 210-225-6333


  • host an event at The Inn on the Riverwalk

    We'd love it if you hosted your next event at our place! Whether a Private Business Meeting, Girl Get Together, Holiday Partyor a Family Reunion, we're the perfect spot. The Inn on the Riverwalk is a centrally location downtown setting right on the Riverwalk for perfect special event. We can host from 2-75+ guests. The Inn also includes 14 rooms all overlooking the Riverwalk.

    Packages and Pricing:
    Have us arrange the whole event - or just pick one or a few from the list below: Party Catering from $300~$3000
    Holiday/Event Floral arrangements from $95~$800
    Event Musicians &/or D.J. from $150~$800
    Birthday or Special EventCake from $150~$450
    Event Photography from $100~$3200
    Book a guest room with spa & view from $99~$299

    TOTAL EVENT PACKAGES start from $999 The Inn on the Riverwalk, downtown San Antonio, Texas property is located on the banks of the river where you and your guests will have easy access to the perfect spot for a spectacular special event.

    CALL to Reserve your event! (800)730-0019

  • what to do for spring break in san antonio

    (please view original article here)

    There is an endless number of fun things to do with your kids in San Antonio all week long. Here are the top picks from San Antonio Mom Blogs for what to do with your kids during Spring Break in San Antonio: Local news anchor Randy Beamer says turn a trip into the San Antonio Botanical Garden into a game.

    San Antonio mom blog Little Miss Alizzi suggests a visit to the Witte Museum to see Dinosaurs Unearthed. And Inga at is giving away free tickets to the Witte Museum – enter by this Friday for a chance to win!
    Lori, at gives her Top Ten Tips to a great experience at SeaWorld (and don’t forget about Aquatica, San Antonio’s best waterpark!).

    Kids, ages 5-10, can paint their own masterpiece at Pinot’s Palette on Monday, March 11 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. and kids, ages 11-18, embrace their artsy side at Pinot’s Palette on Thursday, March 14, from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Reservations are recommended for both sessions.

    Spend a day touring the shady, hilly acres of The San Antonio Zoo. Go early to avoid the crowds and wrap up your morning with a picnic lunch. If you’re feeling like getting away just a bit, take aday trip to The Austin Zoo.
    San Antonio mom blogger Alvina says The San Antonio Children’s Museum is an awesome place to engage your child’s imagination.

    Head outdoors for a nature scavenger hunt. Two great parks for this include Landa Library Park(play outdoors then rest and read inside) and Woodlawn Lake Park (tackle the two playgrounds and sit by the lake and feed the ducks).
    Head to the south of town to visit Pica Pica Plaza, which is home to San Antonio’s second Kiddie Park (scroll down this page to see Spring Break activities listed)! Spend the day shopping, eating, and playing.
    Morgan’s Wonderland (where everyone can play!) has a full schedule of events for Spring Break. Visit The Morgan’s Wonderland events calendar for details.

    The Real Moms of San Antonio have tons of great ideas for Spring Break (or anytime) adventure in and around San Antonio. Click through to see each mom’s recommendations for San Antonio family fun.
    And don’t forget to visit the calendar, San Antonio’s most comprehensive list, by day, of activities your kids will love.

    Have a super Spring Break in San Antonio!

  • Day of the Dead Art Activity at McNay Art Museum


    Free Family Art day at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas on Sunday Nov. 3rd, 2012.

  • Bed and Breakfast Myth Busters

    B&B Myth Busters:

    Are you shying away from staying at a B&B because you’re not sure what to expect? Research shows that B&Bs and country inns are sorely misunderstood. We’re here to explain why B&Bs are a better way to stay. Younger travelers think B&Bs are for “oldies” and others believe the B in B&B stands for boutique or expensive. Let’s debunk some of those B&B myths and learn more about today’s B&B experience.

    “But I’ll have to eat with people I don’t know!”

    Today’s B&Bs are split with about half offering private tables for those who’d rather not eat breakfast with others and the other half serving family style so guests can meet one another. Some innkeepers even serve breakfast in the room. And just to set the record straight, you won’t be eating Cheerios with the owner’s kids either, separate living quarters for the innkeepers and guests are standard at all B&Bs.

    “I don’t want to share a bathroom!”

    According to the Professional Association of Innkeepers International and’s innkeeper surveys, more than 97 percent of B&Bs offer private baths in some if not all rooms. For those looking to economize on rates, a shared bath option is available in approximately 12 percent of B&Bs.

    “It’s so expensive!”

    Actually, when you add up all the extras including complimentary breakfast, snacks, beverages, wi-fi, movies and parking, then compare prices to local hotels in your travel destination, chances are you will find as much as a $175 per day savings. We recently compared Boston B&Bs to hotels, and here’s what we found. When the hotel’s higher rates were figured in, we realized a daily savings of $175 a day!

    “B&Bs are only for couples”

    While every B&B has some romantic aspect to it, there are plenty of inns and B&Bs that specialize in other aspects of travel. You’ll find that inns B&Bs are a better way to stay for families, business travelers, even those traveling with pets.

    "They’re old buildings and I need my wi-fi connection"

    Recent surveys of innkeepers conducted by show that more than 91 percent of inns and B&Bs offer complimentary wi-fi connections. Innkeepers throughout North America understand that guests travel with a full load of tech-items. Many are adding iPod docking stations and power strips to rooms to allow plenty of wattage for powering up tech toys

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