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Nestled along San Antonio’s historic River Walk (or Paseo del Rio), Omni La Mansión del Rio is the ideal base for exploring the city’s greatest attractions. Although the first business along this urban walkway opened in 1946, the San Antonio River has been a central part of the city’s development since the 1500s, providing guests with the opportunity to step back in time during their stay at the romantic Spanish-style hacienda. Those looking to explore San Antonio’s history, as well as its modern charm, will find inspiration in our two-day itinerary highlighting the city’s best cuisine, entertainment and more.
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If it’s a luxurious breakfast you seek, the Guenther House can’t be beat. A blend of art nouveau and Victorian, the house has been operating as a restaurant and museum since 1988. The solid copper light fixtures, ceramic tile flooring and stained glass panels featuring an ivy design make for a quaint setting in which to dine on buttermilk biscuits, sweet cream waffles, country sausage or breakfast tacos.
You can’t miss touring the San Antonio Missions. This UNESCO site houses four missions—Concepción, San José, San Juan and Espada—that provide the perfect glimpse into the city’s history. The ancient structures are beautifully constructed and full of information. Don’t forget to also visit The Alamo downtown, which serves as the city’s fifth mission.
Another option is Boudro’s, one of the most treasured eateries on the River Walk. With an outdoor patio that sits above the water and an extensive wine cellar with which to pair meals, guests will savor plates like duck and sausage gumbo, yellowfin tuna, mesquite grilled quail and an extensive shellfish platter.
Not far outside of San Antonio, two sets of caverns give visitors the chance to explore Texas’ underground. The Natural Bridge Caverns is one of the largest cave networks in Texas, offering a chance to explore by day or by lantern light at night. This area also has a 60-foot adventure course. About an hour from there, guests can visit the Cascade Caverns, another set of limestone caves that offer underground tours.
Or, if you’re looking to head further out, day trips to the hip city of Austin, Fredericksburg’s hill country or Mustang Island State Park are all ideal choices.
The Omni La Mansión del Rio concierge team contributed to this article.