SAN ANTONIO, Texas – After extensive renovations, the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter has been reopened to the public.
“Our top-to-bottom renovations have touched every aspect of the property, from redesigned guest rooms to new dining concepts and even additional meeting space,” said general manager Loris Menfi. “We are so pleased to help guests create memorable experiences in the heart of all that San Antonio has to offer.”
The renovation added 11,000 square feet of meeting and event space, bringing the property to a total of 70,136 square feet with a capacity of up to 6,400 guests in 45 redesigned event rooms and salon rooms. Ten thousand square feet of space is now available on the second floor, while three new conference rooms were added on the third floor. The property’s concierge lounge was expanded with the M Club, which overlooks the Alamo. The foyer was also renovated to allow for plenty of pre-function and breakout space.
The renovation also included all 1,000 guest rooms, including 86 suites, which were updated with modern vinyl flooring. The renovations also covered public areas, including the installation of touchless electronic access to elevators and guest rooms.
In the open-concept lobby, revamped food and beverage options include the Sundry for grab-and-go, and Café Bocadillo for a casual, coffeehouse setting. Tributary, a Tribute to Texas, focuses on seasonality and sources local ingredients for their Texas-modern cuisine.
Located in the heart of downtown, the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter is located on the San Antonio River Walk within close distance of city attractions including the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, The Alamo, Legoland, and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, as well as restaurants, golf courses, and spas.
For large events that need more space, The San Antonio Marriot Rivercenter’s sister property, The San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk, provides an additional 17,000 square feet of event space across 14 rooms with a capacity of up 1,100 guests. It is known for its ample outdoor space, including riverfront areas.