NSTA San Antonio Conference Hotels

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NSTA San Antonio Conference Hotels


Room rates are per night and are subject to sales and hotel room taxes (16.75%). Taxes are subject to change. NSTA provides free shuttle service exclusively to the hotels listed below. For the complete shuttle schedule, visit www.nsta.org/sanantonio.

1. Crockett Hotel

320 Bonham

2. Drury Inn & Suites Riverwalk

201 N. St. Mary's St.

3. Drury Plaza Hotel Riverwalk

105 S. St. Mary's St.

4. Embassy Suites San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel

125 E. Houston St.

5. Four Points by Sheraton San Antonio Downtown by the Riverwalk

524 S. St. Mary's St.

6. Grand Hyatt San Antonio Co-headquarters Hotel

600 E. Market St.

7. Hilton Palacio del Rio

200 S. Alamo St.

8. Historic Menger Hotel

204 Alamo Plaza

9. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites-River-center Area $149

1309 E. Commerce St.

10. Holiday Inn San Antonio-Riverwalk

217 N. St. Mary's St.

11. Hotel Contessa

306 W. Market St.

12. Hotel Indigo at the Alamo

105 N. Alamo

13. Hotel Valencia Riverwalk

150 E. Houston St.

14. Hyatt Regency San Antonio

123 Losoya

15. La Quinta Inn & Suites Convention Center

303 Blum

16. Marriott Plaza San Antonio

555 S. Alamo St.

17. Omni La Mansion del Rio

112 College St.

18. San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter Co-headquarters Hotel

101 Bowie St.

19. San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk

889 E. Market St.

20. Sheraton Gunter Hotel

205 E. Houston St.

21. The St. Anthony Riverwalk Wyndham Hotel

300 E. Travis St.

22. The Westin Riverwalk Cityside

420 W. Market St. Riverside

NSTA San Antonio National Conference April 11-14, 2013

                                   Single Double Triple Quad

1    Crockett Hotel 320              $145  $145  $145  $145
     Bonham

2.   Drury Inn & Suites              $149  $149  $149  $149
     Riverwalk 201 N.
     St. Mary's St.

3.   Drury Plaza Hotel               $154  $154  $154  $154
     Riverwalk 105 S. … 

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