The Haunted Drury Hotels of San Antonio’s Riverwalk

The Drury Hotels of San Antonio’s Riverwalk

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The Drury Plaza Hotel and Drury Inn & Suites are both located in San Antonio’s iconic Riverwalk, with easy-access to the city’s best shops, restaurants - and of course - haunted sites.

Did you know?

  • Drury Plaza is housed inside the historic Alamo National Bank Building
  • Drury Inn & Suites is housed inside the historic City Public Service Building
  • Within walking distance of notoriously haunted locations
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Why Stay at the Drury Plaza and Drury Inn Hotels?

With world-class amenities and excellent accommodations, there's no better place to stay in San Antonio than at a Drury Hotel. Housed inside of significant historic buildings, these hotels are perfect for those who want a dose of history with a side of spooks. A stay at one of the Drury River Walk Hotels grants you quick access to some of the most haunted sites in San Antonio.

Nearby Haunted Locations

San Fernando Cathedral

Only a short walk away from the Drury Hotels stands the San Fernando Cathedral. It’s not every day that you come across a haunted church, but that’s San Antonio for you. As the oldest church in Texas, it’s no surprise that things here often go bump in the night.

Those visiting the church at night have witnessed everything from glowing orbs, to full-bodied apparitions. Who’s haunting this place? Probably the many people buried inside its walls.

Majestic Theatre

When in San Antonio, a visit to the iconic Majestic Theatre is a must. Once the largest theater in the U.S., the Majestic is no stranger to a performance. Today, it’s considered one of the most haunted theaters in Texas.

Inside, visitors might experience disembodied voices or footsteps, unexplained drops in temperature, and you might even spot the apparition of a woman who loves to put on a show.

The Alamo

No visit to San Antonio is complete without a stop by the legendary Alamo. Shortly after the battle of the Alamo took place, rumors of ghosts, and dark hauntings started to spark. People from all over the globe flock to this location to witness its history and paranormal activity of The Alamo.

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History of the Drury Plaza Hotel

The Drury Plaza Hotel is housed inside the former Alamo National Bank Building. This 24-story steel and concrete structure was completed in 1929. At the time, the Bank occupied the first three floors, while the other floors were occupied by other tenants.

Over the years, the building has undergone extensive renovation but all of its original features - such as stained-glass windows, marble, and travertine features - have been carefully preserved. In the lobby, guests can still find the same crystal chandeliers that hung in the 1920s.

In 2005, the Alamo National Bank Building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Only two years later, the Drury Plaza Hotel opened its doors.

History of the Drury Inn & Suites

The building now housing the Drury Inn & Suites was constructed in 1921 as the offices of the San Antonio Public Service Company, a utility company. The structure was designed by Ayres and Ayres, a father and son duo and prominent San Antonio architects.

The Drury Inn & Suites is located in the San Antonio River Walk, and it’s just east of Plaza de las Islas, the first Spanish settlement dating back to 1718. The site over which the Drury Inn stands also holds significance, as it was the original location of John Twohig’s House, one of San Antonio’s first settlers.

After the San Antonio Public Service Company closed its doors, the building sat vacant until 1998, when Drury Hotels acquired the property. It was subsequently renovated but its original charm was carefully preserved.

Perks of Staying at the Drury Plaza Hotel in San Antonio

The hotel now boasts a rooftop pool and observation deck, giving guests a breathtaking view of the city.

When you book a stay at this hotel, you’ll be enraptured by its incredible amenities and fine interior design. The Drury Plaza Hotel combines old world charm with modern conveniences to bring you an unforgettable stay in San Antonio.

Perks of Staying at the Drury Inn & Suites Hotel in San Antonio

The Drury Inn & Suites is a great option for those traveling to San Antonio on business. But don’t think it’s all work and no play, this hotel also features a heated rooftop pool with panoramic views of San Antonio and the river.

You also get free breakfast, access to their 24-hour business and fitness centers, as well as free Wifi. What more can we ask for?

Visiting The Drury Hotel in San Antonio

The Drury Plaza Hotel is located at 105 S St. Mary’s Street. The Drury Inn & Suites is located at 201 N St. Mary’s Street. For more information on the hotel or to book a room, please visit their website.

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