Omni San Antonio Hotel at the Colonnade

★★★★★
The Omni San Antonio Hotel at the Colonnade is a four-diamond luxury hotel that captures the essence of San Antonio with impeccable service and charm. Overlooking the rolling Texas Hill Country, this 19-story high-rise is close to the area's most exciting attractions, such as the historic Alamo, Sea World San Antonio, and the enchanting Riverwalk.
  • 9821 Colonnade Blvd

    San Antonio, TX 78230

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  • 210-691-8888

About Omni San Antonio Hotel at the Colonnade

Hours
Daily 12am-11:55pm

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It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at goo.gl/FPxYD They have some of the best hotel deals on the web!

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★★★★★

It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at goo.gl/FPxYD They have some of the best hotel deals on the web!

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We had our training session and conference arranged at this place. They have a excellent arrange for these and we got a training class with all the arrangement - projector, extension cords, etc. Their charges are most reasonable in the surrounding area. Their food is bit cheaper but probably thats the reason their meeting room charges a very low. This place can be pretty cheap and convenient, if you arange to go out for lunch to nearby places.

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★★★★☆

We had our training session and conference arranged at this place. They have a excellent arrange for these and we got a training class with all the arrangement - projector, extension cords, etc. Their charges are most reasonable in the surrounding area. Their food is bit cheaper but probably thats the reason their meeting room charges a very low. This place can be pretty cheap and convenient, if you arange to go out for lunch to nearby places.

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We found this hotel by accident, but were quite pleased with it. The lobby is a bit small, but very nice. There's a nice lounge/sports bar with quite a bit of seating. There's an indoor pool and hot tub and an outdoor pool. They had pool basketball and volleyball set up during the day and at night showed movies at the pool. The employees all seemed to be happy and very helpful. We prefer to stay on the Riverwalk, but this was a good alternative and quite a bit cheaper.

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★★★★☆

We found this hotel by accident, but were quite pleased with it. The lobby is a bit small, but very nice. There's a nice lounge/sports bar with quite a bit of seating. There's an indoor pool and hot tub and an outdoor pool. They had pool basketball and volleyball set up during the day and at night showed movies at the pool. The employees all seemed to be happy and very helpful. We prefer to stay on the Riverwalk, but this was a good alternative and quite a bit cheaper.

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We enjoyed our stay here immensely. Decor is very Bombay Company. I like luxurious hotel bathrooms when I travel, and the Omni did not disappoint. And for a couple of stressed-out tiny-apartment-dwelling New Yorkers, the solid wood king-size bed with the high-thread-count sheets was heaven. We stayed here four days and upon our returned each evening, housekeeping had left us Christmas sugar cookies and classical music playing on the radio. The staff at the hotel was gracious, and, even though a candy bar from the honor bar was an outrageous $2.50, we enjoyed the overall relaxing charm of the place so much that we decided not to make a stink about it (what for? We had all those cookies). Also, the hotel's location - on Interstate 10 between 410 and 1604 - was a big plus, since our itinerary included both the Alamo and the Grey Moss Inn.

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★★★★★

We enjoyed our stay here immensely. Decor is very Bombay Company. I like luxurious hotel bathrooms when I travel, and the Omni did not disappoint. And for a couple of stressed-out tiny-apartment-dwelling New Yorkers, the solid wood king-size bed with the high-thread-count sheets was heaven. We stayed here four days and upon our returned each evening, housekeeping had left us Christmas sugar cookies and classical music playing on the radio. The staff at the hotel was gracious, and, even though a candy bar from the honor bar was an outrageous $2.50, we enjoyed the overall relaxing charm of the place so much that we decided not to make a stink about it (what for? We had all those cookies). Also, the hotel's location - on Interstate 10 between 410 and 1604 - was a big plus, since our itinerary included both the Alamo and the Grey Moss Inn.

Pros: location, cleanliness, decor

Cons: old gym equipment

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I've been here 24 hours so far, with another day to go and I have to say this place is clean, comfortable and quiet. The location isn't near the downtown attractions, but there are many diversions very close to the hotel. Parking your own car is a breeze and no one pesters you upon driving onto the property, although bellhops are available if you need help with the bags. Plenty of stuff in the room, and if you want to depart with hard-earned money, a $5 bottle of water is available in the self-service bar, although I'm too cheap, so I drink good, old San Antonio tap water.
Worth the stay, despite I have no idea what the room cost. My wife is here for a seminar, and I'm on the spouse junket.

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★★★★★

I've been here 24 hours so far, with another day to go and I have to say this place is clean, comfortable and quiet. The location isn't near the downtown attractions, but there are many diversions very close to the hotel. Parking your own car is a breeze and no one pesters you upon driving onto the property, although bellhops are available if you need help with the bags. Plenty of stuff in the room, and if you want to depart with hard-earned money, a $5 bottle of water is available in the self-service bar, although I'm too cheap, so I drink good, old San Antonio tap water.
Worth the stay, despite I have no idea what the room cost. My wife is here for a seminar, and I'm on the spouse junket.

Pros: QUIET ROOMS, GREAT PARKING, FOOD CHOICES

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This hotel was excelent, and helped my family and me find everything we needed in the city.

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★★★★★

This hotel was excelent, and helped my family and me find everything we needed in the city.

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This 326-room hotel is part of the Colonnade Complex, which is known for its boutique shopping and dining. It soars like a granite centerpiece in the middle of the entertainment development. Just 15 minutes from downtown, the hotel offers…

 

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