A Great Place for Meetings and More
With 34 floors and 1003 guest rooms, the Grand Hyatt San Antonio offers an up-in-the-air, upscale retreat. It has rich décor and modern Southwestern accents for an authentic ambiance. All rooms have good views of the city, the Alamodome, Hemisfair Park, or the rolling Texas landscape.
Our meeting rooms will be spread over the three floors, all with simple layouts and easy access, thanks to two separate elevator banks. Many of our seminar rooms have balconies overlooking the river and downtown.
The Grand Hyatt has a Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse that also serves breakfast and lunch, plus Bar Rojo, open in the afternoon, serving small plates. There’s also Perk’s, a lobby coffee shop—open 24 hours—with deli items and plenty of convenience store options. Of course, the extensive food court at the Shops at Rivercenter has more options than you can exhaust in four days.
To work off what you’ve eaten, the Grand Hyatt has a 24/7 gym on the fifth floor and a rooftop pool open 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. For a better workout, you can power walk along the river past Spanish Oaks, Crepe Myrtles, and weeping fig trees that hug the winding River Walk.
Reserve Your Room
Hotel reservations require a non-refundable first night charge. Carefully evaluate your anticipated hotel room usage to avoid cancellation penalties. Conference attendees not staying at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio, and those who made their reservations through an online discounter/consolidator, may be assessed an $80 or more convention facility usage fee, payable upon check-in at the Citygate Network Registration/Information Desk.