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New life for South Texas Building

South Texas Building

The historic South Texas Building, located at 603 Navarro, is being recycled.  Originally built in 1919, the twelve-story office building was renovated in 1981.  Since 2004, there have been a series of plans to convert the building into condos or hotel.  Finally, it looks as if the tired, old building will get some new life thanks to Baywood Hotels who purchased the building and plans to develop a Hilton Home 2 Suites hotel.   …Read Entire Post

Neisner Building reborn as TownePlace Suites

TownePlace Suites (formerly Neisner Bldg)

The Neisner Building, once home to the Neisner Department Store, has been successfully transformed into TownePlace Suites which opened in July.  Located at 409 E. Houston St., the building – originally designed by Atlee B. Ayers and built in 1948 – has been renovated into a 117-room extended stay hotel.   …Read Entire Post


San Antonio’s hospitality/tourism industry

Hotel Indigo Riverwalk

Hotel Indigo Riverwalk

Hotel Indigo Riverwalk recently opened at 830 N. St. Mary’s St.  Despite the economic downturn that started late last year, new hotels are still being constructed and renovated.  That’s because San Antonio’s hospitality/tourism industry continues to demonstrate a solid performance. 

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New JW Marriott to open January 2010

jwMarriottJanuary 2010 – that’s the scheduled opening date for the 1,002-room JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa.  Situated on 2,800 acres in the master-planned community of Cibolo Canyons located just outside San Antonio north of Loop 1604 & east of US 281, the Hill Country Resort will feature approximately 140,000 square feet of meeting space, a 26,000 square-foot spa, a 6.5 acre water park and two Tournament Players Club golf courses. …Read Entire Post


Great time for good deal at San Antonio area hotels

Riverwalk hotelReflecting tough economic times, the hotel industry is struggling with the worst downturn since 2001 and the repercussions of the 9-11 terrorist attacks.  Leisure travel is down in response to increased unemployment and those who fear that they may lose their jobs.  Corporate travel is down as companies continue to tighten their belts.  Occupancy for nearly all Texas major markets is significantly off last year’s levels.  The local San Antonio hotel industry is not only feeling the pinch of the economic slowdown but is also experiencing the impact of unprecendented growth – new inventory started before the economy turned.  …Read Entire Post