So recently my old college friends decided to have a weekend reunion and wanted to do it in downtown San Antonio on the Riverwalk.
Everyone else was coming sans kiddos, but my baby was still pretty young and nursing, so I found myself googling “San Antonio Riverwalk hotel suites,” and trying not to scream as I tried to weed through all the hotels that advertise “suites” that are nothing but rooms with dividing partitions. That frustration is honestly one of the things that inspired the creation of WanderLittles in the first place: If it doesn’t have a door that I can close to my sleeping child, it is NOT a suite. Parents should not have to be duped by hotels!
That frustration is honestly one of the things that inspired the creation of WanderLittles in the first place: Unless it has a door which I can close to my sleeping child, it is NOT a suite. Parents should not have to be duped by hotels!
Historic StoneHaus. So much more than the typical downtown hotel room; here you are staying in a true piece of San Antonio history. Two bedrooms (2 queens and a twin with trundle), 1 bathroom, kitchen and living room. Gated, in an area undergoing regentrification. Floor outlets so pack some outlet covers. Hard stone floor so probably not great for brand new walkers who might tumble and bump their heads. Adorable little bedroom right off the main bedroom that little ones will love. And a welcome bottle of wine. Did I mention that?
Thank you to host Mona for seeing WanderLittles' potential (and offering us an extra free night to check out her property) before we even had an actual website to show them!
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