San Antonio had 37 million visitors last year – 7.3 million more than in 2015, bringing billions of dollars in economic impact to the city.
Nine hotels are currently under construction, which will add 992 more rooms, and there are an additional 29 hotels in the planning phase.
With 65 members and a new board, the San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce has set its major goals for the coming year.
Tourism representatives introduced a plan Tuesday that would make downtown San Antonio an official tourism improvement district.
Rusty Wallace is the new board chair for Visit San Antonio and the local managing director and general manager for Omni Hotels & Resorts.
Fostering the local travel and hospitality industry has been a worthwhile and economically sound investment, and that won’t change.
Thousands of event industry professionals will gather this week at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center for the largest meeting about meetings in the world.
San Antonio’s travel and tourism promotion bureau, Visit San Antonio, introduced a new membership model at its annual meeting Thursday.
Visit San Antonio and the city’s hospitality partners have been – and will remain – vocal opponents to any moves that will negatively affect our industry.
Earlier this month, Cured restaurant owner Steve McHugh was named a James Beard Foundation semifinalist for Best Chef-Southwest.