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There are various types of homes in San Antonio area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. House is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 99 people.The least popular accommodation in San Antonio is Chateau / Country House rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Pets Allowed in San Antonio, TX?
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15.20% of vacation homes in San Antonio are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Where Should We Visit in San Antonio, TX Area?
Tourist Attractions In San Antonio, TX
When you have only limited times to spend in San Antonio, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:
Must-Visit Trails in San Antonio, TX?
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The most visited trails here in San Antonio are: Missions San Jose To Mission Concepcion, Missions San Jose-San Juan, San Antonio Mission Trail, San Antonio River Walk Mission Reach Trail, Downtown San Antonio Walking Tour, Fort Sam Houston Hike Loop, San Antonio Botanical Gardens Trail, University of the Incarnate Word Loop, Wilderness and Wildlife Trails, Olmos Park Area Trails.
Best Campgrounds in San Antonio, TX?
Top Rated Campgrounds In San Antonio, TX
The best RV campgrounds here in San Antonio are: Cascade Caverns Campground, Cascade Caverns, Greentree Village RV Park, Alamo City RV Park, San Antonio KOA, A Country Breeze RV Park, Castroville Regional Park RV Campground, Alsatian RV Resort and Golf Course, Chris Park, Alamo River RV Resort.
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'It's like the floodgates are lifting': Vacation rentals in San Antonio are surging, report finds
The boost is even higher than Dallas (82 percent), Austin (71 percent) and Houston (45 percent). San Antonio also ranked fourth in the rise in summertime bookings in major U.S. cities, preceded by Philadelphia, Chicago and Phoenix, respectively, Guesty said.
Across the country, bookings are 80 percent higher than what was seen pre-pandemic in 2019, the company found.
“It’s a growing pain like you can’t imagine,” said David Birdy, the director of vacation management for Birdy Properties, a property management company in San Antonio. “Last month, we broke every record.”
On ExpressNews.com: Visit San Antonio woos convention organizers in hopes of jump-starting industry
Immediately after Gov. Greg Abbot declared the coronavirus a statewide public health disaster, reservations plummeted across Birdy Properties. It didn’t pick up until two months later, when reservations nearly quadrupled.
“It was like the floodgates had been lifted,” Birdy said.
Owners of rental properties around Texas feared for the future when the pandemic first took hold. Abbott lifted restrictions in March and since then, many properties have seen their businesses bounce back at a rate faster than hotels.
Birdy Properties now averages about 150 bookings a month, compared to only 50 before the pandemic.
Grand View Research estimated recently that the global rental market size is expected to reach $113.9 billion by 2027.
In March, Jeff Hurst, the president of Vrbo, which was founded in 1995 as Vacation Rentals by Owner, told CNN Business that the company was having the most successful start to a year in the U.S. for 25 years.
But with the rise in demand comes the rise in cost.
Guesty estimates that San Antonio has seen the cost of rental reservations rise 30 percent compared to last year and 28 percent more compared with 2019.
AirDNA, a Denver-based analytics company that collects data on short-term rentals, puts the average daily rate for a vacation rental on Monday in San Antonio at $136.
The industry has previously touted the fact that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists staying in a vacation rental with members of your household as safer than going to a hotel (though the agency still lists it as “less safe” than staying home). AirBnb also has a policy in place that bans parties and limits gatherings within their properties to 16 people. Guests who break the rules have their accounts suspended.
What about hotels?
Over the last few months, San Antonio hotels have also started to fill rooms again. But the convention business remains in tatters, and many hotels are struggling to retain them, the Express-News reported in June.
Visit San Antonio, the area’s public-private tourism marketing organization, reported in May a 274 percent rise in room revenue (to $98 million), part of a 96.1 percent hike in occupancy (to 60.8 percent).
For January through May of 2021, compared to the same period in last, room revenue was up 26.3 percent, occupancy has climbed 24.2 percent, room rate is down 2.9 percent and room demand has hiked by 30.0 percent.
But hotels still have not rebounded to their pre-pandemic levels.
From January to May, hotel occupancy landed at 54.5 percent this year, down 18.2 percent from 2019, according to Visit San Antonio.
In May, hotels in San Antonio saw a 60.8 percent occupancy rate. That's down 5.5 percent from two years ago. The average daily rate has also decreased during that time. The daily rate is now $94.85, down from 114.68 in 2019.
What are people doing here?
San Antonio has always enjoyed a large number of families visiting here. About 70 percent of visitors here hail from elsewhere in the state and many of them are visiting some of the area’s top tourist destinations.
Last year was the worst year in the 20-year history of Phillips Entertainment Inc.
The coronavirus pandemic forced the company to close its attractions across from the Alamo: Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, Tomb Rider 3D and the Guinness World Records Museum. The company also shut down Buckhorn Saloon and Museum and other nearby attractions.
The attractions reopened last June, and after months of uncertainty, tourists have finally started to return in force.
On ExpressNews.com: How to rent a private pool in San Antonio this summer
“A year ago we were just hoping to make it,” said Davis Phillips, the company’s president and CEO. “No one expected it to exceed expectations. That was very unexpected.”
Attendance is up 10 percent at Phillips Entertainment properties since 2019. Revenues are up 28 percent from two years ago as well. People are also spending more money than they typically spend.
“We are thankful for this burst of activity,” Phillips said. “We’re making up for the whooping we took last year.”
The biggest change Phillips said he is seeing is a change in how much people are spending during their visit to San Antonio.
San Antonio has historically had a priced conscious leisure visitor, with most people electing for discounted admissions. Now people are spending full price on admission and Phillips is seeing an uptick in the number of purchases in the retail, food and beverage side. Some of it might have to do with the influx stimulus checks and federal money, he said.
So what can we expect in the next few months?
Guesty said that Americans are hoping to experience a return to normalcy for travels and celebrations with family and friends across the country. The holiday weekend (Dec. 23-27) is projected to be the most expensive weekend for travel in 2021, far surpassing the summer holidays of Memorial Day Weekend, Fourth of July weekend and Labor Day weekend.
Reservation volume across the U.S. for the winter holiday is already up 81 percent compared to 2020 and up 45 percent compared to pre-Covid 2019 volume, the company said. Stays will come at higher prices this year, as travelers are already reserving at prices almost 50 percent higher than 2020 and 74 percent higher than two years ago.
But if you ask Phillips, the head of Phillips entertainment: “When the big rush passes, will we continue to see higher consumer spending? Per capita spending is higher than ever, but are they going to stay there when the demand falls back to historic levels? I think the answer is yes, but we shall see.”
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Accommodations for your vacation in San Antonio
Two-thirds of the properties (72.77%) in San Antonio are hotel rooms. They are the most frequent accommodations in this destination. In addition, the standard size of hotel rooms in San Antonio is 370 ft² with an average price of $179 per night. Furthermore, this type of lodging is optimal for medium-sized groups and families, as most of the hotel rooms can host groups of 4. House rentals are the other most common accommodation option in San Antonio. Our data reveals that the average price of house rentals is $320 per night for an area of 1,940 ft².
City Tours and Texan Charm With a San Antonio Vacation Rental
San Antonio is an exciting destination for a classic Texan vacation. A city with rich colonial heritage, there are plenty of attractions, museums and parks, which is excellent for both kids and adults alike. Art and music are big in the city, and no matter what time of the year you arrive, there will always be something to cater to all interests. Choosing a San Antonio vacation rental will make it easy for you to explore the entire city while learning about its locals and their interesting history.
How to get to San Antonio?
Getting to San Antonio
Getting to your San Antonio vacation rental is easy. The San Antonio International Airport is just 10 miles from the city center. There are three other airports to choose from: the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, the Corpus Christi International Airport, and the George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Hire a taxi or rental car from the airport to easily transport you to your San Antonio vacation home.
From Dallas: Drive from Dallas to San Antonio along the I-35 South. The travel distance is 275 miles, and the journey takes about 4.5 hours.
From Austin: Enjoy a short 1 hour's drive from Austin to San Antonio on the I-35. The travel distance is about 80 miles, and you will drive through San Marcos on the way.
From Houston: The I-10 takes you from Houston to San Antonio in about three hours. The travel distance is about 200 miles, passing through the pretty town of Columbus.
What is the weather like in San Antonio?
What’s the Weather Like in San Antonio?
While summers in San Antonio are hot and can skyrocket to above 95ºF, you’ll find winters are a good time to visit. This is from November to February, when daily temperatures can range from of 40-60ºF. In the summer, be sure to wear lose, airy clothing for strolling around the city and hiking in the parks. Pack some swimwear to take with you to your San Antonio vacation home if you plan to hit the water amusement parks such as the Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort with your kids.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of San Antonio?
Thriving Art and Culture in San Antonio
There’s never been a better time for art lovers to visit San Antonio. This is a city that hosts a lot of free art and music events, and funds public art spaces and community projects. The Department for Culture & Creative Development ensures the city’s thriving arts and culture scene. From your base at your San Antonio vacation rental, be sure to drop by downtown to catch the organized performances while on vacation. There is even a Children’s Ballet of San Antonio, which is great for family entertainment.
Interested in Literary Arts? Look for the events by the Literary Arts Center. The well-known music culture of San Antonio showcases Jazz Ensembles and concerts at the Carver Community Cultural Center.
2 Hill Country getaways made Vrbo's list of 25 all-time favorite rental properties worldwide
The Texas listings are a private resort on the Llano River and a sleek architectural gem off Interstate 35.
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Red Sands Ranch, a 5,000 square-foot estate between Mason and Fredericksburg, is a family-friendly destination near the famed red sandstone cliffs. Visitors have the place — including a four-story water slide and private airstrip — to themselves. The property can sleep 37 people.
The other Vrbo pick is located west of Kyle, about an hour north of San Antonio. Set on 17 acres, the three-bedroom home features a a striking mix of steel, glass, and stone. The property sleeps 10 people but the shaded outdoor pool surely fits a few more.
The listing boasts of "the world’s largest screened-in porch."
Vrbo announced its list as part of a contest celebrating its 25th anniversary. Entrants must post a family vacation photo on Instagram or Facebook using #VrboTurns25.
The company will choose 25 winners, who will each get to choose a vacation stay from the collection of all-time favorites.
The list also includes a refurbished 727 airplane in Costa Rica and a Montana treehouse retreat.
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