A historic hotel whose roots date back to Texas' pre-statehood days.
This downtown hotel has long been a favorite meeting site --- so much so that in 1912 the National Association of Advertising Men nicknamed it "The Gunter Hotel, at the Center of Everything." Today it continues to live up to its historic reputation. It is just a short stroll from the River Walk, and a picturesque trolley ride delivers you to the Convention Center and downtown attractions. The smoke-free property features contemporary comforts and luxuries while at the same time preserving the original, gorgeous state of the early twentieth-century stone architecture. Many of the club floor rooms have fax machines, and the club's concierge lounge serves complimentary continental breakfast. On-site restaurants include Barron's for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and McLeod's Pub for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Meeting space totals 22,800 square feet with fifteen meeting rooms for 10-500 people. Wi-Fi is complimentary in the lobby, and pets are welcome.