Texas Hotel Reservations
Spotlight on: The Alamo City
The Alamo & Other Historic Sites
Originally part of Mexico and annexed by the United States in 1845, San Antonio has a far-reaching past, rich in Native American history, and early American settlements. Travel in from nearby cities like Floresville, or Hondo and explore iconic sights like the Alamo, and Fort Sam Houston. It’s all a part of the historic San Antonio landscape.
Travel into the southern Plains of Texas for an adventure of historic proportions. Built in 1724, the Alamo is one of the most iconic and legendary attractions in the Lone Star State. Visitors from around the world, and closer areas like Hondo, and San Marcos, make their way to the Alamo in droves to personally witness the history.
Built in 1876, Fort Sam Houston once housed Geronimo, the famous Apache, and has it’s own unique and illustrious U.S. Army history. Travel in from nearby Gonzales, or New Braunfels and check out the classic 1870 Fort Sam Houston Clock Tower.
Visitors from nearby San Marcos enjoy a historical journey when exploring the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Preserving original Spanish frontier missions, guests of the park can check out the Mission Espada, or Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo – many visitors make sure to see the Mission San Juan Capistrano.
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Area Visitor Favorites
- 17 Texas Golf Courses
Enjoy the golf in Texas.
Travel across Texas with your clubs and shoot for par at any of these exemplary golf courses. Tee it up in Dallas to El Paso.
- Texas Gulf Beaches!
Check out awesome beaches along the Texas Gulf Coast, including South Padre Island, Mustang Island, and Galveston Island.
- Eight Must-Go Events in San Antonio!
Dia de los Muertos, La Villita
Check out eight annual events throughout San Antonio – from the Stock Show & Rodeo and Fiesta to celebrating mariachi, jazz, and folk music.
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Pro Texas Teams
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Texas With Kids
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Annual Texas Rodeos
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Texas Airport Hotels
Hotels near primary Texas airports like George Bush Intercontinental, San Antonio International, and Dallas Love Field.TX Airports ►
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Texas College Football
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