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.
While San Antonio wrestles with formulating rules for short-term rentals, the Texas Legislature is considering a bill that would limit local regulations.
Short-term rentals are more than a hotel alternative – they distribute tourism dollars more evenly across San Antonio.
Tourism and hospitality workers are a pivotal part of the behind-the-scenes work that makes Fiesta come alive. Without them, Fiesta would not be possible.
The passage of two so-called “bathroom bills” could mean an initial $411.8 million loss for the San Antonio region’s gross product each year.
The beta version on San Antonio’s new river barges will be placed in the water this February with several design and engineering adjustments.
Plans for the hotel with a river-level restaurant and street-level retail space received conceptual approval from the Commission in July.
City Council unanimously agreed Thursday to purchase a new fleet of barges that will traverse the downtown and Museum reaches of the San Antonio River.
The Downtown Street Performer Policy allows musicians and artists to share their craft on the streets of downtown San Antonio.
San Antonio tourism workers, event managers, and city officials gathered at the Stars of Texas Ballroom at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center to hold the annual meeting of Visit San Antonio (VSA), its first as a nonprofit.