emma pearl hotel san antonio
A historical hotel, authentic and welcoming, Hotel Emma was once a 19th century Brewhouse. Now it’s an extraordinary 146-room riverfront hotel and the flagship for Pearl’s culinary and cultural community on the northern edge of downtown San Antonio.
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On the site of the former Pearl Brewery in San Antonio design firm Roman and Williams - with their passionate and rigorous approach to historic architecture - have transformed a 19th century Brewhouse into Hotel Emma, an extraordinary 146-room boutique hotel with three inventive culinary venues that will richen and diversify the options in the area.
San Antonio’s thriving Pearl development didn’t always used to be the community gathering space it is today, now featuring over 15 independent retailers and 19 chef owned and operated restaurants contributing to its budding culinary and artisan scene. When Silver Ventures acquired the historic Pearl Brewery and surrounding site in 2001, the neighborhood was not […]
To guide Hotel Emma’s raison d'etre: a great hotel and cultural/culinary center of the city — the place with the best restaurant, the best martini, where we celebrate, make deals, and show off what we love most about San Antonio.
You can explore San Antonio from this 4.5-star luxury hotel while enjoying free WiFi, an outdoor pool, and a restaurant. You'll also want to check out San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium and Alamo, located nearby. Our guests praise the helpful staff and the clean rooms. Discover the best prices for Hotel Emma – book now.
Cellars fits easily into Pearl’s vibrant milieu of hospitality and culinary excellence. Extraordinary living spaces, concierge-curated services and an array of uncommon amenities set a new, elevated standard for urban living in San Antonio.
The Pearl Brewing Company (also known as the Pearl Brewery or just Pearl) was an American brewery, established in 1883 in Downtown San Antonio, Texas, USA.In 1985, Pearl's parent company purchased the Pabst Brewing Company and assumed the Pabst name. In 1999, the Pabst Brewing Company began transferring its production to Miller Brewing, on a contract basis, and closing all of its breweries.
Sundays 2 - 4 p.m. No Appointment Necessary! NO OPEN HOUSE: April 28th, June 2nd, Sept 15th, Oct 27th, and Dec 8th. On-site staffer at Open House will not be able to accommodate event booking or contracting requests, which must be done through the Pearl main office during normal business hours.
San Antonio’s fledgling Pearl District has the idealistic vibe of a college campus, but with bike-sharing and well-dressed thirtysomethings instead of Ultimate Frisbee and lounging co-eds. Makes ...