Hilton San Antonio Hill Country Hotel & Spa

Address: 9800 Westover Hills Blvd, San Antonio, Texas, 78251, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Far West Side area of San Antonio, is near SeaWorld San Antonio, Windflower The Hill Country Spa, Hill Country Golf Club, and The SPAhhhT Youth Spa.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton San Antonio Hill Country Hotel & Spa

      Great Place to Stay!!

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      My family stayed at the Radisson for 3 days while in San Antonio. The staff was extremly friendly, and the rooms were great!! The shuttle driver to Sea World was great!!! He was very informative, anfd extremely nice!!! This is a great place to stay with kids, it has 3 pools, and my daughter loved making smores at night over the open fires!! I would recommend this resort to anyone with a family!!! This is a great hotel!!!

      Resort - Overstated!

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      We were expecting more from the Radisson Resort Hill Country. Why Resort is in the name I don't know. The rooms were well appointed, although a little small. We were especially disappointed in the pools.

      They were small and dirty. Not what we expected. The restaurant was fair - both quality and service. The location next to Sea World was convienient. If you are visiting Sea World for a couple of days, the Radisson would be a fair choice. If you are vacationing for a week long vacation and want the hotel to be a significant part of the trip look somewhere else.

      We had a wonderful time!

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      My husband and I had a wonderful and romantic two day stay at the resort. I had read the reviews posted and I still chose this hotel. We had wonderful service from the minute we set foot in the door. The front desk clerk, Pedro, was very friendly. When we explained that we were from San Antonio, and just looking to get away for a relaxing few days, he inquired about having our room upgraded. We stayed in a suite that was perfect for us. Housekeeping and room service were also very prompt in meeting our needs. Even though this is a family resort, our stay was very romantic. The only dissappointment was the resturant Chazz. The food left something to be desired. I may have expected more from the reviews I read, but it could have been better. Overall, our stay was WONDERFUL! I would stay again, both with my family and for a relaxing romantic weekend.

      I feel Sorry

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      I feel sorry for the families or guests who who see the title "Radisson Hill Country Resort" and book this hotel thinking they are going to have a "resort" experience. This is a nice, new, clean hotel with great rooms and very comfortable beds. But by all means, it is not a resort.

      It has a very small grounds, small pool area and nothing else as far as ammenities are concerned. It does have a spa. I guess that is their reason for calling it a "resort". They are close to Sea World and it would be a great place to stay for no more than $130 a night if you wanted to be close by. It is a kid friendly hotel, but seems the kids would be bored out of their mind after about an hour and a half in the small pool. If you really want a true resort, just spend a little more and go around the corner to the Hyatt Hill Country Resort. They are truly the only resort in the area.

      Very disappointed

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      We checked out a day early to avoid a nervous breakdown!!!! We had sheets put on our bed 2 days in a row with blood stains, yuck!!! Restaurant staff very rude and service very poor. The night before we checked out we were kept up most of the night by drunks roaming the halls yelling and screaming, and nothing was done even after we complained. No manager on duty on nights or weekends, attempts to call the front desk many times are met with a busy signal. My sisters room had ants and they would not move them, plus a tub that was clogged for 2 days before it was fixed. Get it together Raddison!!!!!!!

      This is not a resort!!

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      We stayed from July 3rd 2003 through the 6th. We checked into this hotel later than we planned because of a 4 hour traffic delay N. or Austin. We had requested a Jr. Suite w/adjoining room for our 3 kids ages 13 and 9 yr. old twins. They could only find us regular rooms 10 doors apart no balconies even though we had made reservations a full month in advance. I checked each day we were there with no results. I cannot believe this hotels calls itself a resort? the pool area is so tiny and boring. They tell you they have smores each night and a kid's club, but they don't tell you that you must pay $2.00 for a smores kit, and the kids club is a room off the lobby with coloring books, a few games and a TV and parents must stay in with their children. The store they have is called Westovers and is outside the hotel and offers very little. The rooms are a little small but, the bathrooms are ok. The food in Chazz is pretty good. The thing is they want people to think they are competitions for Hyatt Hill Country Resort next door and they are NOT! We have been to the Hyatt many times and will not ever try to save a few bucks in the future by going elsewhere. This hotel is just a plain hotel that can shuttle you the 1/2 mile to Seaworld and get you back quick and easy. It is not a destination hotel and should stop pretending to be.

      Raddison needs help.

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      The front desk staff could have been better. My room was not ready until 5:30.{check in at 3} Was taken to my room and they were still cleaning it.Not too much fun with children. The Quality Inn Sea World was much better Cost less and you get Breakfast.

      Small pools, nice rooms- ok hotel, but not a "resort"

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      Stayed there over the weekend 4/27/03 for a family getaway. We got a 1 bedroom, which was smaller than I expected, but nice. The bathroom is really great (big soaking tub plus shower and double sinks). We had a nice balcony over the pool area. However, the pools are really smaller than expected for a resort. There is little landscaping too, which diminishes the "resort" feel. Given this, the stay would have been comfortable and adequate, but not exactly "resort" feeling. We were unfortunately there when HUNDREDS of high school students were visiting for a parade, so our stay was pretty bad. The small pools were overrun with large kids, so our children couldn't swim safely (we were afraid the rowdy high schoolers would jump on them or something). We were very disappointed that for a hotel this size (only 225 or so rooms I think), they brought in groups of that size and no warning to families visiting. We booked 2 nights, but left the next morning and ended up at the Hyatt (by a lucky twist of fate, they found a room for us!). I also noted that the staff is very nice in general, but they seem to not have enough staff. We had to wait quite a while for check-out and the hill country bar lines were always very long (they seem to have trouble working the bar computer when entering drink orders). Our room, while nice, did have a tear in the sofa cushion and the coffee cups were still dirty from the previous tenant. The bed was comfortable, although not as wonderful an experience as they seem to tout on their website. If our experience hadn't been so negatively affected by the large high school groups (it was like SPRING BREAK over there), it would have been an ok "hotel" stay, but still not quite the "resort" setting we were looking for.

      Not bad for a Radisson

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      The rooms are nicely appointed but rather small, although the bathrooms are good sized. Soundproofing of rooms is very poor. We could hear our neighbors' radio as though they were right in our own room. Hotel management did respond to our complaint by promptly moving us to another room (upgrading us to a suite). The one bedroom suite was also small, but it did have a large bathroom containing a jacuzzi and separate shower. The property is nicely landscaped although not as luxuriously done as its neighbor, the Hyatt Hill Country Resort. The courtyard surrounding the pool has fire pits with real wood logs where you can toast s-mores, a nice touch.

      Best radisson ever

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      Great fluffy beds and inviting bathrooms. S'mores by the campfire at dusk and a great lobby bar! This is an excellent value compared with the Hyatt down the raod. Great for families or couples. Still a few kinks (no free weights in the "spa" gym), but on the right track.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton San Antonio Hill Country Hotel & Spa

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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