Escape to… Hotel Emma | San Antonio, TX

Welcome to Hotel Emma, a delectably unique 146-room hotel with seven top-floor suites, a handsome bar and club room, an excellent restaurant, a purveyor of fine foods, and public spaces reminiscent of fine old hotels in far-flung locales. Comfortable and unconventional, the hotel’s historical ambiance proclaims a new standard of South Texas luxury and geniality.

The hotel building was originally Pearl’s Brewhouse, built in 1894 and a San Antonio landmark ever since. The building was designed by Chicago architect August Maritzen in the Second Empire style. Maritzen specialized in breweries, designing more than eighty in the US, Canada and South Africa.

Hotel Emma rooms offer a wide range of cordial experiences. From the extraordinary rooms in the original Brewhouse tower to the subtle luxuries of the more contemporary River Cellars, every stay at Hotel Emma can be a revelation. Centrally located in San Antonio with a stay at Hotel Emma, you are steps from Pearl Brewery and close to Alamo. This 4.5-star hotel is within close proximity of Historic Brackenridge Golf Course and San Antonio Museum of Art.

Location: San Antonio, TX
Distance from Airport:  San Antonio International Airport (SAT) approx. 8-10 mins. away

Hotel Emma makes a great San Antonio“Escape”. This historic hotel is close to all San Antonio attractions and makes a great family vacation destination. While in San Antonio why not beat the heat and visit Schlitterbahn Water Park located only 40 mins away. To book a San Antonio “Escape”  contact me at karen.holmes@mei-travel.com!

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