420 West Market Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
We know how important the guest experience is, which is why we’ve chosen the best location in San Antonio - located right on the famous Riverwalk!
You work hard creating memorable experiences for others - and now it’s your turn. Relax and enjoy Texan charm at the Riverwalk, which is praised for its style, service, and sweeping views.
All sessions take place in our host hotel, where we’ve negotiated a very special rate for VRSS attendees!
Book your room now to take advantage of this amazing deal and we'll even throw in breakfast on both days exclusivly for VRSS attendees staying on site.
Traveling by Air
Hotel Direction: 10 Miles S
This hotel does not provide shuttle service
- Alternate transportation:
- Super Shuttle; fee: 17 USD - 22 USD (one way)
- Estimated taxi fare: 25 USD - 29 USD (one way)
Traveling by Train
350 Hoefgen Street Station
Only 1 mile away
Easily get to San Antonio by taking AmtrakVisit Amtrak Website
- Valet Parking, fee: 39 USD daily
- One time (overnight) parking available for 22 USD per day
- A self-pay garage is also located across the street
- Streetcar - One Day Pass for 4 USD
- River Taxi - 39 locations on the River Walk.
- One-way pass: 5 USD
- 24-hour pass: 10 USD
- 3-day pass: 25 USD
- San Antonio Bike-Share Program
Come See San Antonio!
The Paseo del Rio is San Antonio's favourite attraction. You can shop, dine, lounge in a cafe, or simply stroll along and let the strumming mariachi soothe your spirit.
Mission San Jose
Founded in 1720, this Spanish frontier mission, the largest of the five San Antonio missions, is best known for its rose window. On Sundays, this Texas and U.S. National historic site offers a mariachi mass.
Established in 1718 as Mission San Antonio de Valero, for over 300 years the former mission now known as the Alamo has been a crossroads of history. Having existed under six flags of independent nations and served as a garrison for five different armies, the Alamo has a rich history and a heritage to inspire Texans and people around the world.
San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral
The cathedral remains at the heart of Catholic religious life of San Antonio, and this includes involvement in annual events such as the Fiesta Week. Over 5,000 participate at weekend Masses each week of the year. Over 900 baptisms, 100 weddings, 100 funerals, and countless other services and special events are performed each year, most notably in the staging of the Good Friday Passion Play, which attracts thousands of visitors.
Natural Bridge Caverns
Come on down (way down) at the largest underground attraction in Texas! Daily guided tours allow guests to explore large underground chambers and see huge formations. The largest room is bigger than a football field. Above ground, discover rocks, minerals, and rough-cut gems at the Natural Bridge Mining Company Sluice. The Canopy Challenge will test your agility on over 40 different obstacles while you are on our 4 story, 60 foot high Adventure Course. Then you can fly across the scenic Texas Hill Country on our zip-lines! (Canopy Challenge is open daily but weather dependent.)
San Antonio Botanical Garden
Tranquil scenic gardens full of colourful flowers sit on a gorgeous hilltop at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, a 38-acre natural area located in the heart of the Alamo City. Stroll through the gardens and you’ll see vibrant blooming roses, plants native to the great state of Texas, and flowers from all over the world in state-of-the-art glass pyramids.