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Resort near SeaWorld San Antonio

A family-friendly hotel near SeaWorld San Antonio

Escape to the beauty of the Texas Hill Country and experience unrivaled hospitality and premium services at our San Antonio hotel, resort and spa Enjoy complimentary amenities such as wireless internet access, self-parking, guest laundry facilities, an in-room refrigerator and safe, and so much more to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

Relax at our AAA Four-Diamond resort featuring 500 deluxe guestrooms, a 27-hole golf course, a full-service spa, and over 73,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The resort boasts award-winning dining, a tennis court, jogging paths, a nature trail, and a 24-hour Hyatt StayFit™ gym. Families love our Camp Hyatt children’s program and 5-acre water park featuring a wave machine, water slide, three swimming pools, two outdoor whirlpools, and a 950-foot lazy river.
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Hotel Features

View our complete list of Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa services and amenities.

 

Resort Services & Amenities

 

- Complimentary self-parking / Valet parking $23

- Complimentary high-speed Internet access

- Hill Country Golf Club and Pro Shop

- Windflower—The Hill Country Spa and full-service salon

- Camp Hyatt®—supervised children’s program

- 24-Hour, complimentary fitness center

- Complimentary guest laundry facilities

- Concierge and Hyatt E-Concierge

- 24-hour Business Center

- Hyatt Fast Board™

- Hyatt Web Check-in

- In-room dining

- Multilingual staff

- ADA/Assistive devices

- On-site dry cleaning services

 

 

 

Resort Guestroom Amenities

 

- Hyatt Grand Beds®

- High-speed wireless Internet access

- Flat screen TV with on-demand pay movies

- Video messages, account review and check-out

- Cordless telephone with voicemail

- Work desk with power and data port

- In-room electronic safe

- Electronic door locks

- Room refresh and turn down service available on request

- Full bath amenities, hair dryer and bathrobe

- Refrigerator, Starbucks® coffee, coffeemaker

- Iron/ironing board

- Individual climate control

- iHome® alarm clock radio

- Daily newspaper delivery

- Pet friendly rooms available

 

 

*please note there is a $26/day resort fee**

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Accessibility

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa is proud to be a handicap accessible hotel in San Antonio, Texas that’s committed to ensuring that we meet and exceed all of the requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our staff is trained to accommodate guests with special needs, so that everyone has an enjoyable and safe stay at our beautiful Hill Country resort. At our San Antonio hotel, we want to make sure all our guests are able to take advantage of every activity the resort has to offer. A range of thoughtful appointments, devices and special services make our San Antonio hotel adhered to ADA guidelines and is wheelchair accessible. Our San Antonio resort is the preferred choice for guests with disabilities in the Texas Hill Country.

Our Handicap Accessible San Antonio Hotel features:

  • Services for visually impaired guests
  • Audio-visual portable smoke detectors
  • Connecting rooms
  • Guest room numbers are posted in Braille
  • Braille symbols in elevators
  • In-room dining menu in Braille


Services for physically disabled guests

  • Portable bathtub benches and bathtub grab rails
  • Connecting rooms
  • Wheelchair accessible doors, showers, sink / vanity, towel racks, Climate controls, peepholes and closet poles
  • Roll-in showers available in some rooms
  • ADA lift is portable and available for use in all pools


Services for hearing impaired guests

  • Telecommunication devices for the deaf
  • Telephone alerting device
  • Closed caption television decoder
  • Front door alerting device
  • Amplified telephone handsets
  • Portable vibratory alarm clocks
  • Connecting rooms


Wheelchair accessible areas

  • All public restrooms
  • Telephones in the bathrooms of accessible rooms
  • Hotel lounges and restaurants
  • Health Club is partially accessible
  • The front entrance
  • Handilift located at Activity Pool


When making reservations, please advise us as to which amenities you will require for your room so we can accommodate your requests. Please contact the hotel prior to arrival to ensure your needs are met and confirmed.

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Business Services

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa offers a full-service UPS Business Center for your convenience.  Stay productive on the road with the following services:

  • 24-hour access with room key
  • Computer rental
  • Fax services
  • Postal services / shipping supplies
  • Copying services (black & white / color)
  • Finishing services / spiral binding / laminating

 

*Fees apply to all of the above services.

 

The UPS Business Center is conveniently located in the South Atrium of the resort lobby on the 2nd floor.  Call (210) 647-1234 x6490, Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM for additional information.

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Internet Access

 
At Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa, we make it easy for you to stay connected and productive while you're on the road.  Internet access at our San Antonio resort is complimentary, as standard Internet charges are included in the daily resort fee of $26.  All guestrooms and hotel public space is equipped for high-speed wireless or wired Internet access.
 
*There are additional charges for Internet access in our Meeting and Event facilities
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Map & Directions

Get directions to our San Antonio Hill Country resort from:

 

Downtown San Antonio, River Walk

16 miles / approx. 20 minutes

 

Take I-10 E/I-35 S to exit 153 for 90 W/Del Rio/ Lackland AFB

Continue on 90W for 4.2 miles

Keep right at fork to merge onto TX-151 W / Stotzer Frwy

Continue on TX-151 W for 7.8 miles

Take exit for Westover Hills Boulevard and merge onto Texas 151 Access Road W

Turn right onto Hyatt Resort Drive (at the windmill)

Continue straight at 4-way stop to enter resort drive

 

 

San Antonio International Airport (SAT)

9800 Airport Boulevard, San Antonio, TX 78216

17 miles / approx. 22 minutes

 

Take I-410 W for 13 miles to TX-151 W

Follow TX-151 W for 3 miles

Take exit for Westover Hills Boulevard and merge onto Texas 151 Access Road W

Turn right onto Hyatt Resort Drive (at the windmill)

Continue straight at 4-way stop to enter resort drive

 

 

Austin, Texas

Approx. 90 miles / 1.5 hours

 

Take I-35 S for 67 miles to exit 166 for I-410 W/ Texas 368 Loop S

Follow I-410 W for 17 miles to exit 9A for Texas 151

Follow TX-151 W for 3 miles

Take exit for Westover Hills Boulevard and merge onto Texas 151 Access Road W

Turn right onto Hyatt Resort Drive (at the windmill)

Continue straight at 4-way stop to enter resort drive

 

 

Houston, Texas

Approx. 210 miles / 3 hours

 

Take I-10 W / 90 W for 209 miles to TX-151 W

Follow TX-151 W for 8 miles

Take exit for Westover Hills Boulevard and merge onto Texas 151 Access Road W

Turn right onto Hyatt Resort Drive (at the windmill)

Continue straight at 4-way stop to enter resort drive

 

 

Dallas, Texas

Approx. 285 miles / 4 hours 15 minutes

 

Take I-35E S for 60 miles and continue on I-35S for another 205 miles

Take exit 166 for Interstate 410 W/Texas 368 Loop S

Continue on I-410 W for 17 miles to exit 9A for Texas 151

Follow TX-151 W for 3 miles

Take exit for Westover Hills Boulevard and merge onto Texas 151 Access Road W

Turn right onto Hyatt Resort Drive (at the windmill)

Continue straight at 4-way stop to enter resort drive

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Parking

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa offers the following parking options for guests and visitors to the resort:
 
  • Self-Parking:  Complimentary for hotel guests at one space per paid occupied room
  • Valet Parking:  $23 + tax per night for overnight guests, and $11 + tax for day visitors only (up to 4 hours)

The parking lot is monitored 24-hours a day, 7 days a week by our Security Department.
 
Oversized vehicles, including small trailers will be directed to use valet parking at $23 per space per night based upon availability.  Please see Security to be directed to the space.

We do not offer onsite RV parking.  Please call for a list of nearby options at (210) 647-1234.
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Hotel Shops

 

Hill Country Golf Club Pro Shop

Choose from a wide variety of Hill Country Golf Club logoed items, as well as the latest in men's and women's fashions from the biggest brand names in golf merchandise. Our Texas Hill Country golf shop also carries the most up-to-date equipment from companies such as Callaway, Titleist and Ping, as well as golf-themed gifts and a large selection of children's items.


Hours:  Open daily from 9AM to 5PM
Location:  Hill Country Golf Club
Contact:  (210) 520-4040

 

Hyatt Hill Country General Store

Our old fashioned General Store will take you back in time, with bins filled with candy and shelves of Texas-themed gift items you won't find anywhere else.

The General Store also offers a full-service coffee shop serving Starbucks Coffee, as well as breakfast tacos, sandwiches, pizzas, grab-n-go items and much more.

Hours: Open daily from 6AM to 10PM
Location:  1st floor of the South Atrium, across from Springhouse Cafe
Contact:  (210) 647-1234 x6950

 

Windflower - The Hill Country Spa Boutique

Bring the delightful experience of Windflower Spa home with our wide selection of spa-related clothing and gift items, as well as body and skin care products.  Windflower Spa prides itself in being a leader among San Antonio spas by offering a comprehensive line of organic and eco-friendly products.
 
Our spa boutique also offers a wide variety of unique women's clothing and accessories.

Hours:  Open daily from 9AM to 5PM
Location: Windflower - The Hill Country Spa
Contact:  Please call (210) 767-5577
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Transportation

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa does not offer transportation services to and from San Antonio International Airport, however we can arrange the following services for you:

 

  • Private Car or Limo Service through Elegant Transportation
  • Rental Car

 

Please contact our Resort Concierge at (210) 647-1234 x51 or submit a request via our online e-concierge service to make arrangements prior to your arrival.

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Pet Policy

 

Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa is a dog-friendly hotel, in accordance with the following policies:
  

  • A reservation must be made at least 3 days in advance of arrival
  • Only dogs weighing 50 pounds and under are permitted
  • Two dogs may be allowed in a guestroom, provided that the combined weight of both dogs does not exceed 75 pounds
  • Cost is $150.00 per stay up to 6-nights
  • An additional $150 deep-cleaning fee will be charged for stays from 7 to 30 days
  • Dogs are not allowed in restaurant, pool, golf course or spa areas
  • An ID tag for the dog with the hotel's name and phone number will be provided and tag must be worn for the entire stay and returned to the Front Desk upon check-out, or a $25 fee will be added to the guest room bill
  • Dogs must walk in the designated "dog walk" area and owners are responsible for the clean up of any waste
  • Dogs must be settled by 9:30PM
  • Owner must maintain the "Dog on Vacation" door hanger outside of guestroom door at all times
  • Owner must provide a cell phone number in order to locate guest in the event of an emergency
  • Owner must call Housekeeping  to arrange daily cleaning times, otherwise room will not be serviced - the dog may not remain in the room while Housekeeping is providing service
  • Owner is responsible for all damage to hotel property
  • The hotel does not assume liability for the guest's pet or its action while at the hotel

 

Reservations are required and must made in advance by calling 1-800-233-1234.

 

*Other rules and restrictions may apply

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Hotel History

 

Land - 2,828.97 acres of it, to be exact.  That was the total size of the Rogers-Wiseman ranch at its zenith.  Not a large “spread” by Texas standards.  One of the ranch’s early contemporaries, the XIT, covered more than 3 million acres.  But the many different tracts and surveys of this particular piece of much-traded land have direct ties to some of the most pivotal people and events in Texas history.

 

Let's start at the beginning.  In 1887, D.G. Rogers, failing in the resort business in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, traded his Oconomowoc resort property for $75,000 in cash, 500 head of cattle, a race horse, three ranch houses and “certain lands, situated, lying and being in the county of Bexar, Texas” (never dreaming that a portion of it would eventually and ironically become the home of one of the finest resorts in the country).

 

Counting a dairy farm in Wisconsin among his many holdings, D.G. had the resources at hand to set up operation almost immediately.  Sending his son Henry ahead, he contracted to ship additional cattle to Texas.  Being from Wisconsin and familiar with the dairy industry, he naturally envisioned a large dairy ranch.  With that in mind, he shipped a heard of fine, full-blooded, Jersey cattle down.  Unfortunately, the Jersey cattle proved to be entirely unsuited to Texas.  In fact, much the same could be said about his son, Henry as well.

 

D.G. attempted to run the ranch from Wisconsin, but it was becoming increasingly obvious that Henry was more intent on spending his time in town.  Despite D.G.’s best efforts and yearly visits, the pastures were overgrazed, the ranch hands were not always paid in a timely manner, and eventually, the Jersey bull died.

 

As the dairy operation seemed to require considerably more attention than Henry could provide, D.G. thought the ranch could be turned to better use.  So, he had a shipment of fine, Dapple Grey Percheron horses shipped down.  This proved to be an extremely popular proposition with Henry.  They were easier to sell than the Jerseys, and in fact, it was said that there was at least one Dapple Grey Percheron in front of every saloon in San Antonio.

 

 In April 1901, Henry married Mary Feldtmann.  Despite Henry’s history, D.G. was willing to help the family get a fresh start.  Feeling the pressure of time and age, D.G. was banking on one last hope to save the ranch – a grandchild.  And in January 1903, D.G.’s hope was realized.  Mary Rogers gave birth to a child.  Two months later, D.G. died.  And, while provisions were made for Henry and Mary, D.G. left the entire ranch and its holdings to his infant granddaughter, Blanche Rogers.

 

As Henry spent much of his time in town, Mary was often left to run the ranch on her own – which she did quite well.  However, they did fall upon some hard times in the coming years.  In 1906, the original Rogers ranch house, built before D.G. had bought the property, burned to the ground.  In time, they would rebuild the ranch house.  And, thanks to Mary’s frugal nature, her talents in the kitchen and the iron-clad trust fund that D.G. had set up for Blanche, they were able to get by on the meager crops and livestock they raised themselves.  But the loss of the ranch house was just the beginning.

 

When she came of age, Blanche married a man by the name of Quintus Ellison.  Eager to start a family, they were soon the parents of a healthy, beautiful baby girl whom they also named Blanche, but called “Sugar”.  In an unfortunate accident, the heavy lid of a cedar chest fell on Sugar’s head, resulting in irreparable brain damage.  Shortly after, Quintus was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and died within months.  Then, Henry died.  For all intents and purposes, Mary, Blanche and Sugar were on their own.  The year was 1929.

 

Mary was tough.  There was no doubt about it.  And Blanche was her mother’s daughter.  So when the Depression hit, destroying farms, ranches and lives by the thousands, they were hardened unlike any others.  Cutting back acreage to the bare minimum, they leased out all but 100 acres of the ranch to a neighbor.  The neighbor, in turn, leased the land to a nearby “dude ranch”.  From there, they were introduced to a young ranch hand named Ed Wiseman.  Mary hired Ed to help work the ranch in 1933, and in 1934, Blanche married him.

 

 

 

Ed soon brought the land back into the family – and back into production.  Devoting himself to the ranch, he began to make it prosper through good land management and animal husbandry.  In 1935, Ed and Blanche gave birth to Charles Rogers Wiseman.  Five years later, Mary Ann “Tootie” Wiseman was born.  Along the way, the ranch got its first telephone, Ed traded his eight mules and $400 for the family’s first tractor, electricity was connected, and in 1940, the ranch house got its first indoor toilet.

 

As the years passed, the successful ranching and farming operations assured college educations for the children.  After graduating, both were married and had children of their own.  The grandchildren loved to visit the ranch – which by then had become a place to relax, a place of enjoyment, a place known to all as “Papa Ed’s Ranch”.  In 1987, the family witnessed two very important milestones, the birth of Ed’s first great-grandchild (and the sixth generation to be a part of the family’s ranch heritage), and the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Family Land Heritage Program honored the Rogers-Wiseman ranch for having been in production for 100 years.

 

In 1990, with the Rogers-Wiseman family branching out and the city moving ever closer, the family decided to sell 200 acres of the ranch to a group of companies assembled by Woodbine Development Corporation of Dallas.  The team had great plans – a Hyatt Regency resort capturing the essence of Texas’ historic Hill Country.  A place as enjoyable for new guests as it was for those of times past - a careful blend of old and new.

 

So, remember as you walk down our hotel’s hallways, that you are on the path that once led to a family ranch house.  When you stand on the driving range, you are on the site of the original homestead.  And when you’re on the 18th fairway, stop and enjoy the nature.  If you see someone driving a tractor (the mules are long gone), give them a wave.  Much of the adjoining property still belongs to the family, and we think they would appreciate knowing good folks like you are enjoying their ranch today.

 

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Firearms Policy

The safety and security of our guests and associates is of utmost importance to Hyatt. This policy is designed for the protection of our guests and associates, and pertains to the presence of firearms on hotel premises.

 

Hyatt recognizes that guests or visitors may legally possess firearms for a variety of legitimate purposes.  This policy is intended to create a safe environment for all guests and visitors by providing appropriate guidance over the custody of firearms on our premises.

Hotel premises are private property.  Guests or visitors of a Hyatt hotel who lawfully are permitted to possess a firearm, may bring such firearm onto hotel premises for storage purposes only. Any guest or visitor who is in possession of a firearm on hotel premises is personally responsible for abiding by all applicable federal, state and local laws with respect to firearms, in the jurisdiction where the hotel is located and ensuring that the firearm is:

·         unloaded;

·         secured in a locked, hard-sided firearm container provided by the guest; and

·         securely safeguarded at all times in a guest room (or personal vehicle), except when transporting the firearm into or out of the hotel.

 

Guests who fail to abide by this policy may be asked to leave the hotel premises. A blanket exception to the restrictions described in this policy statement applies only to law enforcement officers and designated military personnel, who are on-duty and required to carry firearms in the performance of their duties. No exemption to this policy is allowed for private persons, even those licensed and permitted to carry a firearm, and/or where applicable, to conceal-carry a firearm.

 

Questions concerning this policy or its implementation may be addressed to Hyatt’s Global Security department.


Please note that it is the hotel's policy to promptly turn over any firearms left on property to the San Antonio Police Department.

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9800 Hyatt Resort Drive, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 78251

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