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San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas may be known as "The Alamo City," but it has so much more to offer. This timeless city on the river offers spectacular dining and nightlife, plus art museums, historical missions, and amusement parks. Downtown San Antonio is even considered to be among the nation's most vibrant cities!

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Where to stay in San Antonio

Conference Hotel: Hyatt Regency San Antonio

Westin San Antonio Gateway

123 Losoya St, San Antonio, TX  78205  |  800-233-1234

The Hyatt Regency San Antonio is located in the heart of the city, right along the popular River Walk. You'll be steps away from delicious restaurants, quaint boat rides and vibrant shops. Even if you decide to stay indoors, rooms overlooking the water or the Alamo make for great memories.

RESERVATIONS: Rooms are only $209 at the discounted NAFCU rate plus local tax of 16.75%. Reserve your room online or call 800-233-1234 and reference "2018 NAFCU Regulatory Compliance Seminar."

Deadline for Discounted Rate: September 17, 2018 
NOTE: Room reservations and fees are the responsibility of the registered attendee. Room rates and availability are not guaranteed. Rooms may be sold out prior to the reservation deadline, so please make your reservations early.

Tax exemption

Your credit union may be eligible for a tax exemption at this hotel.

Download the NCUA and San Antonio tax exemption forms

Getting to San Antonio

San Antonio International Airport is 9 miles from the Hyatt Regency San Antonio.

Car Rental Discounts

Special discounted rates are available through AVIS and Budget. For AVIS, please visit the Avis website or call 800.698.5685 and give the NAFCU Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) code B469200. For Budget, please visit the Budget website or call 800.455.2848 and give the NAFCU Budget Customer Discount (BCD) code Y305000. 

Airline Discounts

Reservations and ticketing are available via www.delta.com/meetings or by calling our Delta Meeting Network Reservations at 800-328-1111. When booking online, select "Book Your Flight" and enter meeting code NMRA5 in the box provided.

Book online at www.united.com and enter your Offer Code ZEEV459316 in the offer code box when searching for your flights. If booking through a travel professional or United Meetings at 800-426-1122, please give them the following information: Agreement Code: 459316; Z Code: ZEEV.

What to Do In San Antonio

With a rich colonial heritage, lush culture, and distinctive attractions, it’s no wonder San Antonio was ranked a “Best Places to Travel” by Travel + Leisure magazine. From the beloved River Walk, to endless Spanish missions, and the must-see Alamo, you’re in for an adventurous and fulfilling San Antonio visit.

Here are some of San Antonio’s most popular attractions:

Mission San Jose: Founded in 1797, this mission-turned-museum’s 8 rooms featuring everything from Native American culture, the Spanish Era, the 1985 reconstruction of the Mission Church, and more.

The Alamo: Experience the mission, the battle, and the legend of The Alamo – Texas’ most visited historic landmark is the heart of San Antonio. Relive the famous 1836 battle through stunning demonstrations, and explore the 300-year-old fortress and its impressive artifacts.

Botanical Garden: This 33-acre super garden is San Antonio’s premiere plant experience. If you’re looking for a relaxing stroll through a beautiful array of flora, this is the spot! The attraction consists of the Lucile Halsell Conservatory, formal and display gardens, native gardens, an overlook tower and the Sullivan Carriage House.

Japanese Tea Gardens: One of most beloved cultural spots in San Antonio is the Japanese Tea Garden. With over 90 years of history, the garden has transformed from a simple rock quarry to an intricate structure including walkways, stone arch bridges, a lily pond and more.

Mission Concepcion: Over two centuries old, this stunning stone church is the oldest unrestored church in America. Its Spanish Colonial architecture style is authentic and a must-see if you appreciate history and architecture.  

Briscoe Western Art Museum: This modern museum is home to art and artifacts reflecting the history and culture of the American West. Explore engaging exhibitions, educational programs, and more at this popular San Antonio attraction.

Top Restaurants in San Antonio

There is no shortage of scrumptious San Antonio restaurants—especially when it comes to Tex-Mex! We’ve made it a bit easier to narrow down the endless list of restaurants. Here are some of our favorites:

Henry’s Puffy Tacos: This Tex-Mex eatery is famous for their Puffy Taco invention. Henry’s specializes in the puffed fried corn masa tacos, which are a huge hit in San Antonio!  Experience traditional, high- quality food and impeccable service at the home of the original Puffy Taco.

Bliss: Enjoy inspired New American fare and charcuterie inside a stylish, restored former filling station. You’ll experience a sophisticated atmosphere, and an emphasis on seasonal and fresh local cuisine.

Mi Tierra Café y Panaderia: Classic Mexican dishes, famous pan dulce, and delicious margaritas are yours to enjoy when dining at many locals’ favorite café and bakery. It’s known for its welcoming staff, authentic feel, and excellent food.

Boudro’s Texas Bistro: This hip bistro offers unique menu items and fantastic patio views. Locals and tourists love it for its wood-grilled steaks, fresh seafood, and delicious cocktails. Boudro’s is one of the most treasured attractions on the San Antonio River Walk.

Rosario’s: Enjoy a lively, local chain serving classic and creative Mexican dishes, and voted “Best Mexican Restaurant” numerous times by local food critics. Rosario’s offers a trendy setting, and is known for serving excellent cocktails.

Guenther House: A perfect brunch spot serving American and Tex-Mex fare! Guenther House is popular for whipping up superb baked goods, such as mouthwatering cinnamon rolls and fresh out of the oven biscuits.

Biga on the Banks: Explore worldly wines and an ever-changing menu at this chic River Walk eatery. You’ll enjoy fine Texas dining with a mix of New American and Southwest fare.