Dual-branded Tru and Home2 Suites opens in San Antonio

The four-story property, developed and owned by Baywood Hotels, features 183 rooms, with 73 Tru by Hilton rooms and 110 Home2 Suites by Hilton suites. Photo credit: Hilton

Hilton has opened the dual-branded Tru by Hilton San Antonio Lackland SeaWorld and Home2 Suites by Hilton San Antonio Lackland SeaWorld. Located near SeaWorld San Antonio and Lackland Air Force Base, the hotel expands Hilton’s growing footprint of multibrand properties in the state.

The multibrand concept provides larger and enhanced communal areas and amenities than what would be standard at a single-branded property, benefiting both business and leisure travelers, according to leadership. The hotel has a mix of offerings, including designated lobby and dining areas. The property also has a variety of shared amenities including 24-hour fitness centers, an indoor pool, outdoor fire pits/grills and an indoor game area with a pool table and a variety of board games.

The four-story property, developed and owned by Baywood Hotels, features 183 rooms, with 73 Tru by Hilton rooms and 110 Home2 Suites by Hilton suites.

“We’re delighted to open the dual-branded Tru by Hilton and Home2 Suites San Antonio Lackland SeaWorld and offer business and leisure travelers visiting San Antonio an innovative and value-driven lodging experience,” said Nick Naik, president of Baywood Hotels southwest region. “Bringing together these two category-leading brands and their signature, yet unique, identities under one roof further propels our commitment to providing quality lodging options to meet a wide variety of styles, travel needs and desired price points.”

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