San Antonio City Council is slated to vote Nov. 1 on new rules aimed at regulating more than 2,000 short-term rentals (STRs) across the city.
Justin Holley officially appointed a campaign treasurer Thursday morning, beginning the exploratory and fundraising phase of his campaign for City Council District 1.
Owners of the historic Hedrick Building are switching gears from the planned 54 apartments to a national hotel chain that would operate 40 rooms.
The Orlando-based company that owns SeaWorld San Antonio posted a profit of almost $23 million during the quarter ending June 30.
It’s a move industry professionals say would place San Antonio in league with other Texas cities when competing for leisure visitors, meetings, and conventions.
Many may not be familiar with Visit San Antonio, or its mission to sell and market our city as a destination for conventions, family reunions, vacations, and all sorts of other gatherings.
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.
The failure of many short-term rental hosts to pay hotel occupancy taxes likely will cost the City of San Antonio at least $2.4 million this year.