Finished up a 3 night stay here at the GH San Antonio. I used a Diamond suite upgrade, and was given a fantastic suite, around 1700sf. It's 2 bedrooms, 3 bath. Large living area, 6 person dining table, and a bar area. It's on the 5th floor, so not the worlds greatest views, but not complaining at all. The beds were a King and 2 doubles. SO comfortable! I made use of the recent 48hr sale, and so my total cost for 3 nights is around $475. It was around $775 prior to the sale happening. Not bad at all, even better considering we're in a suite. The hotel itself is pretty darn nice. I'm liking the furnishings in the room, as well as the common areas. Looks like they had done some upgrades to the lobby, etc, although the marble pillars are so tacky. Bar Rojo, the on-site bar is pretty good, nice service and good pricing (I'm used to LA pricing, so who knows really lol). I havent checked out the other food/drink offerings. The stayfit gym is nice. I didnt use it, but friends traveling with me have, and they gave it high marks. They also made use of the lap pool which was nice. But for such a large hotel, connected right next door to the convention center, no spa services? Not even a jacuzzi? Kinda odd I think. Location is nice.. very close to the Alamo, and just a 3-4 minute walk to the 'main' area of the RiverWalk. Obviously, the Hyatt HR has a better location as its located truly in the heart of the riverwalk area, but I went in there and while I dont know about the rooms, the HR looks pretty dated to me. Grand Room is a bit disappointing with its offerings. No hot food for the night ... just mostly crackers and cheese. Its not horrible, but I've certainly seen better. The concierge in the Grand Room has been outstanding though, helping with numerous food & activity selections. Views are excellent, especially at night. I would definitely stay here again, and would recommend it to anyone as well. IMO, the location of the HR, while better than the GH, isnt enough of a reason to stay there. I can deal with being a few extra steps away from "the action" and instead enjoy my hotel experience more.