Staybridge Suites San Antonio - Airport
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this hotel is great. Helpful people working here. Gym, pool and possibilities to clean clothes. Minus is the public transportation to down town. Nobody knows and they recommend use taxi. Guys this is 2013 and not 1970.
I stayed one week. Every tuesday and thursday there is free vine and beer in the bar. But if you want more than 3 clases they are not allowed to sell. This was some minus too.
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