San Antonio has a brand new addition on the Riverwalk and it is definitely a unique one in fact. Taking you through San Antonio’s history, onto the steps of today’s largest tourist destination in San Antonio, this new dual-branded hotel is the place to stay.

Your Historic Texan Experience

From 1867 to 1884, The Chisolm Trail was a major route out of Texas for more than 3 million Longhorn cattle to be driven North (toward the Kansas railhead) for transport to the Eastern United States to be sold.  This provided a steady source of income that helped the impoverished state recover from the Civil War. The Soledad “Cattle Walk” allowed cattle to access the deepest part of the San Antonio River for water preparing for the long journey ahead.

The historic Cattle Walk is now available for strolling and is home to Hilton’s dual-branded hotel, and the newest addition to the San Antonio Riverwalk.

Stay within a Historic Piece of Texas

Located as an entry point for the new dual-branded hotel on the Riverwalk, is the cattle walk.  Home2 Suites by Hilton San Antonio Riverwalk and Hampton Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk are the perfect places to stay if you’re looking for a unique experience. The building is located on the grounds of the “Masonic Building” from 1881, and the hotel itself incorporates parts of this historic Masonic building that was formally the Bexar County Courthouse.

Stay at this new dual-branded hotel where you can find two hotels under one roof and a touch of Texas History along with it!

Planning on a trip to San Antonio? Check out your guide to the city here.

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