Yeehaw! JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa, the brands largest property in the world, opened its doors January 22. Now, the behemoth, eco-friendly resort is trying to reel visitors in to the Texas Hill Country location, not with a lasso, but with its ultra-low introductory rates, which start at just $149/night (regularly $289-$349). Or, guests can book the $288/night rate (normally at least $150 more) and enjoy breakfast and a round of golf at one of two courses.Showcasing some 1,002 guestrooms including 85 suites as well as exceptional amenities like two 18-hole PGA Tour Tournament Players Club golf courses and a 26,000-square-foot spa, this Lonestar State resort is bound to outshine all of its siblings. Another remarkable highlight at this JW Marriott is the inclusion of seven restaurants, all of which focus heavily on using fresh, sustainable, and organic ingredients in meal preparation.
The River Bluffs Water Experience, a six-acre water park on the premises, provides guests with countless pools, a 1,100-foot-long lazy river, 650-foot rapid river ride, and three water slides. Dont let the cool-weather months deter you from visiting this attraction JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa plans on heating the outdoor water park, allowing you to still go for a dip on those not-so-warm days.
As for accommodations, all guestrooms and suites are outfitted with contemporary furnishings, 37-inch flat-screen televisions, and plush linens. The resort is also taking a number of green initiatives, such as implementing a heating and cooling system that will shut down automatically when balcony doors are open, and by putting low-flow showerheads and toilets in all bathrooms.
To book the low introductory rate, visit www.jwsanantonio.com.