Project in focus: Dream San Antonio

by | 07 Apr 2021 | Hotel Projects, Projects

The rapidly expanding Dream Hotel Group is progressing plans to create a 217-key hotel, conceptualised by Cube3 Architects, in Texas’ second largest city.

Bold culture, rich history and burgeoning art, music and food scenes combine to make San Antonio an ideal destination for Dream Hotel Group‘s new site.

A reflection of the surroundings

Currently planned for a debut in 2023, Dream San Antonio will bring the Dream flag to what the group’s CEO Jay Stein has described as “one of the most authentic, passionate and diverse cities in America”. The early-2020 signing of this hotel further strengthens the company’s impressive pipeline.

This forthcoming property promises to represent everything that San Antonio has to offer, taking inspiration from its character and historic charm, and drawing on its art, music and gastronomy.

On completion, the hotel will provide an attractive place to stay along downtown San Antonio’s famous River Walk. The boutique property will form part of a large, mixed-use development – alongside offices and residential space – that aims to transform a full city block into a gathering place for visitors and locals alike.

An exciting addition to a dynamic location

Altogether, the hotel will house 217 well-appointed guestrooms and suites, as well as a number of dining and nightlife venues. Guests can expect two restaurants flanking the street level and a rooftop pool deck, lounge and bar.

Other facilities here will include state-of-the-art fitness facilities and 10,000 sq ft of event space with views over the San Antonio River.

The scheme, conceptualised by architecture and design firm Cube3 Architects, is located in an Opportunity Zone, adding to the development’s appeal to stakeholders.

This development follows on from the 2015 designation of The Alamo and other San Antonio missions as Texas’ first Unesco World Heritage Site, as well as the renaissance of the Central Business District and the extension of San Antonio River Walk.

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