A $38 million renovation has wrapped up at the 630-room Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk. The project updated 602 guest rooms, 28 suites and some public areas in the south-central Texas hotel.
“We are ecstatic to celebrate [our] 40 years in the San Antonio community with a new and vibrant chapter for our iconic River Walk hotel,” said Philip Stamm, area vice president and general manager of the property. “We made this investment in our hotel and community to complement the revitalization of the downtown area, from the renovation of Alamo Plaza to the numerous updates that have been made to our nearby museums and attractions.”
The guest rooms now feature hardwood floor and amber-toned accent rugs. The rooms have a light and airy color palette with denim-accented walls and wooden hearth-inspired structures that double as a wall mount for 75-inch flat-screen TVs. New amenities include updated mini-refrigerators, furniture, and desks with installed lighting and built-in power access. The suites were transformed to serve as both luxury accommodations and spots for social gatherings and small events. Now behind gliding barn doors, the bathrooms were redesigned with marble showers, and granite sinks and countertops.
Dining is available at the Q Kitchen | Bar, which serves American standards with Tex-Mex flair; the restaurant offers a private dining room for up to 10 guests. Fresh seafood and a raw bar make up the menu at On the Bend Oyster Bar & Lounge, and grab-and-go fare is available at the Mkt. Place cafe. Mad Dog's British Pub welcomes diners on the River Walk level. The hotel offers 37,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 10,000-square-foot ballroom.