From our San Antonio pet friendly hotels, it's an easy stroll to The Alamo, otherwise known as the "Cradle of Texas Liberty." Although four-legged visitors are not allowed inside The Alamo, dogs and their owners can take a walk to enjoy an up-close view of this former mission building. This historic site later became a fort where heroes Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie fought against the invading Mexican army.
After absorbing all of that history, you and your dog deserve a break. At Phil Hardberger Park & Dog Park, 311 acres of restored, native landscaping and centuries-old trees form a retreat for both two-and four-legged guests staying at our nearby San Antonio pet friendly hotels. An eight-acre, enclosed dog park provides a water trough, a standard dog water fountain, and separate areas for large and small dogs.
Voted one of Esquire Magazine’s 100 best restaurants, Crumpets Restaurant and Bakery serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Such international fare as fresh rainbow trout, beef tenderloin and rosemary chicken share menu space with an array of salads, soups and desserts. Dogs can stay with you while you dine alfresco on the picturesque patio, surrounded by oak trees, waterfalls and ponds. Ask the staff at your San Antonio pet friendly hotel to suggest additional restaurant options for you and your canine best friend.