Courtyard San Antonio SeaWorld/Westover Hills
Courtyard San Antonio SeaWorld/Westover Hills is a family-friendly hotel located right near SeaWorld. It's very easy to find, since it's located directly off State Highway 151, which is a main road through the area. With the unique amenities and ideal location, it's the perfect hotel for both leisure and business travelers.
Courtyard packs just as much fun in the hotel as the attractions surrounding it. They have a unique indoor/outdoor swimming pool that even includes a swim up bar and hot tub. This feature is always a hit with guests who think it's fun for all ages. However, just because guests can spend all day at the hotel doesn't mean they have to. A stay at Courtyard also comes complete with shuttle service to the areas within five miles of the hotel, including a direct ride to the front gate of SeaWorld. With this complimentary shuttle service, guests can also explore places like Ingram Park Mall and Alamo Ranch.
If all the fun works up an appetite, guests can grab a bite to eat at The Bistro, which is the on-site restaurant. This casual restaurant serves American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If guests don't want to leave their room, The Bistro also offers room service. One guest was very pleased with the quick service and would highly recommend the French toast and chicken quesadillas.
There's a reason guests might not want to leave their rooms to go get something to eat. All the rooms at the Courtyard Hotel come with a 32-inch LCD television with premium cable channels and Pay-Per-View movies, free wireless Internet access, and a large desk. The pillow top mattresses come with luxurious sheets, plush pillows, and a soft comforter. Of course, what guests really love is the generous amount of space in each room.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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