Grand Hyatt San Antonio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hyatt San Antonio
This is basically a large convention hotel but is very central and worked fine. Always busy in lobby and I seemed to spend a lot of time waiting for the elevators - but it was Fiesta.
The pool was really nice and it is right be Riverwalk.
Our room was not cleaned one day out of two, but they sorted it straightaway.
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We had always planned to go down to San Antonio and then found out the annual Fiesta was on. All of us went down and we managed to find (expensive) town centre hotel rooms and Liz & I got seat tickets for the Saturday night Flambeau parade.
We drove down and had lunch at the Islamorada Fish place (next to a Sports & hunting store!) - oh …
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