THE HOLIDAYS SHINE BRIGHT IN SAN ANTONIO
Let the spirit of the season move you to plan a trip to San Antonio. Holiday season visitors experience the city at its finest, adorned with twinkling lights and jam-packed with family-friendly food, shopping, and cultural events. Our local attractions mean serious business this magical time of year, and serious fun. Book your next holiday getaway today and come see what we mean.
SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration
SeaWorld San Antonio’s Christmas Celebration is all about making spirits brighter than ever this holiday season with the largest lighting display in the state of Texas. For 35 select days – Nov. 17 through Jan. 6 – SeaWorld transforms into a wintery, watery wonderland with over 9 million sparkling lights, festive shows and more! Learn More
Marriott & Starwood Hotels
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Discover the culture, art, music and tastes of a city that makes it the best winter experience. While there, take advantage of the Marriott Portfolio of brands across the city, on the River Walk and in the Hill Country that will make your trip one to remember. Learn More
Eilan Hotel & Spa
Eilan Hotel & Spa, nestled in the foothills of the Texas Hill Country, is a perfect destination for holiday shopping, celebrating or rejuvenating. It offers easy accessibility to the most exclusive shopping, dining, golfing, and entertainment in San Antonio. A complimentary shuttle is available to various attractions within the area.
Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk
Stay in the center of the holiday excitement at the only hotel located directly on the River Walk and overlooking the Alamo. Enjoy colorful views of the holiday décor through our gorgeous atrium lobby and via floor-to-ceiling windows from our upgraded River View guestrooms.
Natural Bridge Caverns
Celebrate the sights and sounds of Christmas alongside the natural beauty of Natural Bridge Caverns. Venture underground for Caroling in the Caverns, take photos with Spelunker Claus, roast s’mores around the campfire and take a tractor-pulled hayride through the Texas Hill Country with music and lights along the way.