Studio 6 San Antonio - Airport

Address: 11221 San Pedro Avenue, San Antonio, Texas, 78216, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Airport/North Central area of San Antonio, is near Krause Springs, McAllister Park, Texas Transportation Museum, and Silver Horn Golf Club of Texas.
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          • Tennis Court
          • Swimming pool
          • Golf Course


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Free local calls
          • Kitchenette
          • Convention Center
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • First class


          • Car rentals
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities

          TripAdvisor Reviews Studio 6 San Antonio - Airport

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from San Antonio

          Shopping ... unsuccessfully

          A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 08, 2015

          Our only activity today was an attempt to get the suitcases fuller before we head home in three weeks. We went to many stores over 6 hours and didn't get much at all, despite trying on lots of clothes. The day was pretty warm but it got overcast so the day was comfortable despite being in the late 80s. For lunch we had Taco Bell and for dinner we had ...

          Underground caves and snake farm

          A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 07, 2015

          ... In the first caves there were no formations on the ceiling because the bats had left oils and dirt. The caves were awesome. Highlight of the second caves was when they turned out the lights for one minute and we were in total darkness. It was really cool being so dark that you couldn't see even your hand in front of your face. The 'fried egg' formations were cool and there was a lost bat in the first ...

          The Alamo and More

          A travel blog entry by jimandclare on May 23, 2015

          2 comments, 13 photos

          ... Mission San Francisco de la Espada that was the first mission established in Texas and moved from eastern Texas in 1731 due to French encroachment from Louisiana. They taught principles of farming, spinning, and masonry. Bricks and tiles were made here. This mission developed an aqueduct system for farming survival which can be visited nearby. Next, we visited Mission San Juan Capistrano where inhabitants developed a ...

          Just Keep Moving

          A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 16, 2014

          ... at the Alamo, where we had half an hour to go around and explore the area and the old Alamo building. It's rich in history, however it was spitting rain at the time and the grounds were almost closing, so that dampened the experience quite a bit.

          Kate caught up with us after parking the van and we headed down to the river. Here we got on a gondola looking boat and did a tour of the canals. It looks very much like Venice, which is aided by the fact that ...

          Texas Hill Country

          A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Oct 22, 2013

          3 comments, 18 photos

          ... this trip. I don’t know where this chain operates, other than Texas, but I will venture to say that it presents a real challenge to In-and-Out Burgers in California. (Sorry Mouse.)

          The drive through Hill Country is a pleasant one. The topography is of rolling hills with open fields of yellow grass and hay, dotted with dark green live oak trees, silver green bushes and low-lying cactus. For one stretch of several miles, we saw quarry after quarry where they ...