Aloft San Antonio Airport

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838 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX, 78216, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: 210-541-8881   •  Hotel Reservations: 866-716-8143


Things to do in San Antonio

It's with good reason that San Antonio is the most visited city in all of Texas. With so many things to do in San Antonio there is something for everyone whether you are here for business or pleasure.

Explore the city's attractions like the famed River Walk, the Alamo, Six Flags, SeaWorld and the San Antonio Zoo. Or, if you're looking for hotels near North Star Mall in San Antonio, you can take advantage of our great location near Park North Plaza or the Shops at La Cantera. Aloft San Antonio Airport is the perfect location to zoom in, enjoy the city and zip out for a quick weekend trip or long business excursion. 

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What's Nearby

  1. Fort Sam Houston Army Base
  2. McNay Art Museum
  3. Northstar Mall
  4. San Antonio International Airport
  5. San Antonio Zoo
  6. Six Flags Fiesta Texas
  7. The Riverwalk
  8. The Shops at La Cantera

How To Get Here

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  • Northstar Mall 3.2 km/2.0 miles
  • The Shops at La Cantera 20.9 km/13.0 miles


  • San Antonio Riverwalk 14.5 km/9.0 miles
  • AT&T Center - Home of the San Antonio Spurs 17.7 km/11.0 miles
  • McNay Art Museum 8.1 km/5.0 miles
  • The Alamo 14.5 km/9.0 miles


  • Brooke Army Medical Center 17.7 km/11.0 miles
  • Fort Sam Houston Army Base 17.7 km/11.0 miles
  • The Aladome


Dining (within walking distance)

  • Denny's
  • Jim's
  • Lion and Rose Pub
  • Panda Express
  • La Madeleine
  • The Egg and I
  • Freddie's
  • The Earl of Sandwich
  • Dickey's BBQ
  • Chipotle
  • Smashburger
  • Dough pizzeria Neapolitan
  • Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
  • Laugh Out Loud Comedy club


  • San Antonio Airport (SAT)

Need local tips? Check out Aloft San Antonio's in-touch terminals in our re:mix lounge, for easy breezy Internet access to all that need-to-know info. Then ease on down the road and experience the Lone Star State's most historic corner.