ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
Promotion code

SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western San Antonio North, San Antonio

2.5/5  - basé sur 46 notations.
10815 N Interstate 35, 78233-6632, San Antonio, United States - See map

The SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western San Antonio North just off Interstate 35 is an easy stop on the road. We’re less than 5 minutes from Morgan’s Wonderland and Heroes Stadium. Our hotel’s friendly staff can help you plan excursions to destinations like SeaWorld® San Antonio, the Schlitterbahn Water Park Resort or Six Flags® Fiesta Texas—all just 30 minutes away. Additional nearby destinations include the San Antonio River Walk, Rivercenter Mall, AT&T Center, the University of Texas at San Antonio and the Alamodome. We’re also 15 minutes from San Antonio International Airport and 20 minutes from the Shops at La Cantera. Our San Antonio hotel is 15 minutes from downtown San Antonio, the Alamo Mission and San Antonio Zoological Gardens & Aquarium. If you're traveling on a budget, take advantage of the amenities you need so you can enjoy the Texas Triangle for either leisure or business. Relax in our seasonal outdoor pool, work out in our fitness center and make corporate travel easy with our business center. Additional amenities include a free full hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free coffee, free weekday newspaper and guest laundry facilities. You’ll find rooms that are clean and inviting to make your stay more enjoyable and a free full hot breakfast every morning to help you get back on the road. Our non-pet-friendly rooms offer comfort and convenience to business travelers and families alike. Enjoy our inviting guest rooms, all of which have TVs, refrigerators, microwaves and coffee makers. Make the most of your affordable trip when you stay at our SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western San Antonio North. Book today!

SureStay Plus

Hotel by Best Western San Antonio North

LABEL_ITINERAIRE

LABEL_DEPART:

LABEL_ARRIVEE:

Hotel advantages

  • Outdoor pool
    Outdoor pool
  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Free parking
    Free parking
  • 24-hour front desk
    24-hour front desk
Show More Show Less

Guest reviews

In partnership with tripadvisor fr
based on 46 guest reviews
NOTE ISSUED
Excellent
8
Very Good
3
Average
5
Poor
9
Terrible
21
REFER TO NOTICE
Business Business
12
Couples Couples
6
Family Family
20
Friends getaway Friends getaway
1
Solo travel Solo travel
5
SUMMARY NOTES
Cleanliness
Location
Rooms
Service
Sleep Quality
Value

"Decent stay"

4
21/12/2017

Was hesitant to stay here, but needed a quick hotel. They were renovating which was not a problem at all. The room was clean and ice cold. The only problem I had was they kept knocking on the door reminding us of checkout every 30 mins. Was very well aware of the time. Just made it hard to sleep with knocking.

"Quick shopping trip"

3
23/10/2017

The rooms were clean, beds comfortable, no bugs, no stains. The bathtub should be replaced, because the floor was uneven, but the bathroom in general was ok. The staff is friendly. The pool area was closed for remodeling or something like that. Breakfast it's ok. In general the price you pay is fair.

"Tejano Fan Fair 2017"

1
06/08/2017

Me and my family will never stay here again or recommend anyone else to do so. As a choice hotel member we stayed at this hotel in San Antonio for the 2017 Tejano Fan Fair. The price was cheap and everything else was mainly booked. Upon arrival the front of the building was nice and the front desk staff was friendly; however, when walking to find our room this hotel started to make a dramatic twist. Our first of three rooms was horrible. In the first room the restroom smelt like pee that hasn't been flushed in weeks, the bed sheets had cigarette burns in them, the shower floor was wore out, and dead bugs were squished against the wall as if an employee killed them but didn't want to wipe them off the wall. When mentioning the room issues to the front desk staff they moved us into a second room. The second room smelt better but live roaches were crawling out from behind the TV, There was no mini fridge, there was holes in the wall and we were still not satisfied. We went to the front desk and attempted to check out but they insisted on showing us one more room. The last room was nice and we could definitely have stayed there; however, seeing what the other rooms in the hotel looked liked we were just not comfortable staying there. We spent most of our day looking for other hotels, when we got lucky and finally found another hotel. We checked out the same day and had to pay a hefty rate for a hotel downtown but it was definitely worth it than staying here.

"Econo Lodge, Bad Choice Unless Drug Dealer or Buyer"

1
19/07/2017

Stayed at Econo Lodge San Antonio on 7/15/17. Here is the list of problems encountered: Room was at least 90 degrees upon arrival at around 8:00 pm and was not bearable to sleep until around 1:00 am. There were several window A/C units laying under stairwell. Bathtub was filthy and used soap in soap dish with no new soap. Towels are small and very rough. Stains on sheets. Office chair in room was broken and tilting to one side and not repairable. Couch springs were shot and you fell into the couch and one arm rest had a large indention in it. Hallways had torn paint and holes (did see one sign that said under construction). Appeared to be several possible gang members staying on our floor and when returning from late night breakfast appeared to be drug deal going down in hall across from our room. Had problems with phone chargers not charging all the way, but worked fine before and after hotel. Front desk staff were very friendly and courteous. This was the cheapest option north of San Antonio to north of San Marcos.

"JUST SAY NO!"

1
26/06/2017

THESE ARE ALL TRUE FACTS, WITNESSED BY MYSELF: I've never seen so many drug addicts in one place. About 11:30 pm, police had to beat up a guest, then an ambulance came and took him away. The next day a man was at the front desk. His belongings had been stolen from his room. The next day the housekeeper's radio "Tenant in Room 2xx is non-responsive and we need to kick in her door." In my room, four lightbulbs were burned out when I arrived, and three dirty pillows were laying at the foot of the bed, as if someone had just left. A resident's dog was tied up on a choke chain to a permanent tie-out in the 104 degree heat without access to clean water or shade. That's a felony. I told the front desk. The pool was very cloudy and unusable. Gang-members stood around with their pants sagging, holding bottles of liquor, waiting for somebody to open the side door. I was supposed to stay two nights, but couldn't because my boyfriend feared for my safety. At night, vagrants with needle-marks all over their bodies were barbecuing. They were not even staying at the property, just wanderers. All entry doors malfunctioned that night. One gate and door was always unlocked by the pool area. Not very reassuring. I got charged half of the second night, even though I couldn't stay. I was afraid my car would be stolen. I can't believe this is a part of the Choice Hotels chain, or any chain for that matter.