Capturing the spirit of Texas with a casual finesse or something uniquely striking, find yourself submersed in a colorful fiesta or a two steppin’ rodeo any time of the year with a custom San Antonio-style events. Rich with history and culture, San Antonio also has an abundance of unique venue selections, Zagat-rated dining options, interesting sightseeing tours and modern convention services, making it an excellent destination for your next corporate event. Whether it’s a relaxed round of golf or an energizing team-building event, AlliedPRA San Antonio can offer you a quality event that will leave your guests singing “Remember San Antonio.”

The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center is a 1,300,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility located along downtown’s famed River Walk, a picturesque assortment of shopping and restaurants, the state’s most popular tourist attraction. The Grand Hyatt San Antonio is directly connected to the convention center and offers 1,003 rooms. The historic Alamo is a short walk, as is La Villita Historic Arts Village, once one of San Antonio’s first neighborhoods and now home to shops and galleries offering the handiwork of local artists. An interesting local excursion offering a unique setting for special events, as well as unforgettable team building activities, is Natural Bridge Caverns. You and your team can find a way out of an open air, 5,000 square foot maze or harness up to tackle the Canopy Challenge, a four-tier obstacle course 60 feet off the ground. Whatever your tastes and interests, San Antonio’s diverse offerings, and AlliedPRA San Antonio’s expertise, will make your next corporate event a memorable success.

At AlliedPRA San Antonio we understand there is only one chance to get it right, to create that once in a lifetime memory. Our creative and enthusiastic destination management professionals are dedicated to making the flawless execution of your event appear effortless.

Destinations we serve: San Antonio and surrounding areas, Fredericksburg, New Braunfels

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Jeremy Scott, General Manager

Jeremy Scott as General Manager, oversees the AlliedPRA San Antonio and Austin teams. Jeremy is a sales professional with a plethora of experience in General Manager and Sales Manager roles with International event equipment rental and commercial furniture & design companies. Jeremy recently relocated back to his hometown of San Antonio from Canberra, Australia and is eager to manage these teams where his strategic leadership expertise will be of great value.


Jeremy Scott as General Manager, oversees the AlliedPRA San Antonio and Austin teams. Jeremy is a sales professional with a plethora of experience in General Manager and Sales Manager roles with International event equipment rental and commercial furniture & design companies. Jeremy recently relocated back to his hometown of San Antonio from Canberra, Australia and is eager to manage these teams where his strategic leadership expertise will be of great value.


Get in touch: Jeremy Scott


Top things to do


The San Antonio River Walk is a verdant oasis of cypress-lined paved paths, arched stone bridges and lush landscapes. It gently winds through the city center, providing millions of visitors each year with easy access to the city’s cultural hot spots, historic sites and other attractions.

Market Square – El Mercado

The rich culture of San Antonio abounds throughout the plazas of Market Square where restaurants, shops and produce stands sell everything from hand-embroidered dresses to leather belts. Market Square’s working artists, musicians and dancers give it a rich and lively cultural atmosphere. Market Square is also the scene of many Hispanic festivals where food and beverage booths spring up alongside Guadalajara lamps while the sounds of mariachi music blends with the excitement of Mexican dances.

The Alamo

More than 2.5 million people a year visit the 4.2 acre complex known worldwide as “The Alamo.” For over 300 years, the Alamo has been a crossroads for Texas history. Here the Spanish colonization first took hold, Mexico armed its independence and even the Confederacy stood its ground. Yet most come to see the place where a small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against General Antonio López de Santa Anna.


The four southernmost Spanish colonial missions—Concepción, San José, San Juan and Espada—are included in the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, which officially opened in 1983. Land for the park was donated by the city, county, state, Catholic Church and San Antonio Conservation Society. The missions are walled compounds encompassing a church and buildings where the priests and local Native Americans lived and worked.


Fredericksburg lies in the heart of the The Hill Country which yields an array of more than 30 wineries and vineyards. Fredericksburg’s German restaurants and biergartens speaks to the German heritage. Home of the majestic pecan groves, herbs and wildflower farm.

Natural Bridge Caverns

Check out the new Canopy Challenge and Zip Line experience. Discover the hidden passages on the Hidden Passage Adventure Tour. Experience a thrilling and physically demanding 3 to4 hour excursion into one of the world’s premier caverns.


Great western wear shops, unique boutiques, upscale department stores, incomparable malls and regional outlet centers are just a few of the reasons San Antonio ranks high on the shopping list. You’ll find your favorite topline brands like Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus and Stuart Weitzman at the city’s premier upscale shopping centers.


The scope of artwork in San Antonio museums and galleries is richly diverse, ranging from extensive collections of Asian, Latin American, European, American and Western art to Native American folk art. Touring exhibits may bring ancient Greek treasures or the paintings of a pop culture icon. Neighborhoods such as Southtown and King William are replete with galleries and studios showcasing the work of talented and innovative artists and artisans, many of whom make their home in San Antonio.

Pearl Brewery

The Pearl Brewery is a culinary and cultural destination in San Antonio. Pearl, a former brewery that operated from 1883 until 2001 and a landmark just north of downtown, today is a groundbreaking culinary gathering place where you can eat, live, learn and play on the banks of the San Antonio River.

Performance Halls

As one of the nation’s most culturally rich and diverse destinations, San Antonio is a mecca for the performing arts. An exciting addition to San Antonio’s art world is the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts – the new home to the San Antonio Symphony, Ballet San Antonio and the Opera San Antonio. Also the opulent Majestic Theatre, built in 1929, is a memorable downtown setting for touring Broadway shows, concerts and other entertainment headliners.

Conventions & Off-site Group Events at Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Imagine your event in a beautiful, 200-acre theme park that is located in a limestone quarry surrounded by dramatic 100-foot cliffs. For any event from 100 to 15,000 guests, they can make it an exciting and memorable experience. For events on non-operating days or after hours, you can buy out one of their five themed areas or even the entire park. From world-class catering and award-winning shows to thrilling rides and great shopping, there is something for everyone to enjoy!

Top places to eat


Boudro’s is an experience to savor, embracing all the flavor of our regional heritage with a distinctive menu of Texas and southwestern specialties. Relax in the cool, comfortable interior or take a sidewalk table right on Riverwalk. This “Texas bistro” has great steaks, blackened shrimp and more, but don’t miss the guacamole made fresh tableside.

Mi Tierra

Open 24 hours a day and festooned with Christmas lights year-round, Mi Terra is a little loco and a lot of fun! Their strolling musicians, huge selection of classic Tex-Mex dishes and the coldest beer in the Mercado makes Mi Terra a local favorite.


Italian cuisine with 3 convenient locations. Order their signature dish, Shrimp Paesano, which is shrimp in savory buttery sauce served over pasta. Paesano’s offer an array of good Italian wines to go along with their flavorful cuisine also.

Biga on the Banks

An elegant enclave perched above a quiet bend on the San Antonio River Walk with floor to ceiling windows, Biga on the Banks offers a premiere Riverwalk location. Featuring award-winning cuisine and unparalleled service, Biga offers fine dining founded in the classics but reaching into Texas and Southwest regional cuisine. Owned by nationally renowned Chef Bruce Auden and with the highest Zagat rating on the Riverwalk, Biga is certainly a restaurant to experience.

Rio Rio Cantina

Rio Rio Cantina offers great food and a festive time for tourist and locals alike. Located on the Riverwalk, you can enjoy the views while dining on wonderful selections of Tex-Mex cuisine and one of their 30 types of signature margaritas.

Fig Tree

Whether dining in the cozy interior or on the outdoor villa-style terrace overlooking the San Antonio River, exquisite food and impeccable service are mainstays. Crisp linens drape tables set with fine china and sparkling crystal in elegant yet homey surroundings.

The Little Rhein Steakhouse

A friendly gathering place with rustic charm, high quality steaks and its historically significant location. Located on the San Antonio River, the building was erected in 1847 and is basically unaltered since its original construction.


Ignite your senses with cutting-edge modern Tex-Mex cuisine. Ácenar delivers a blend of comida y cultura in a hip, contemporary setting. Enjoy Latino-style cocktails and a savory small plates menu at our high energy Atomar Bar featuring mouth-watering margaritas, mojitos y cold cervezas.

Hard Rock Cafe

Situated along the River Walk area, the Hard Rock Café has three floors of patios to enjoy the action of the river while dining on gourmet meals so huge you can cut ’em with a Bowie knife.

Gristmill Restaurant

Experience the Hill Country while dining in this historic cotton gin overlooking the Guadalupe River. Their menu features thick steaks, fresh fish dishes and popular South Texas fare like chicken fried steak.

Top places to stay

JW Marriott

JW Marriott is one of San Antonio’s premier luxury destinations and renowned resort in the Texas Hill Country. It’s a great meeting site with 30 meeting rooms and 52 breakout meeting rooms and 1000 guests rooms. JW Marriott Resort and Spa is home to 36 hole TPC featuring two championship courses on the PGA tour, including the Valero Texas Open

Hyatt Regency Hill Country

Experience true Texan hospitality at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa. Built upon 300 acres this resort offers a unique blend of comfort and elegance. Float down the country-style lazy river, relax and rejuvenate in the world-class spa or book a tee time on the championship 27-hole golf course.

La Cantera Hill Country Resort

Perched atop one of the highest points in all of San Antonio overlooking the breathtaking Texas Hill Country sits the highly decorated La Cantera Hill Country Resort, a luxury resort for business and leisure travelers alike. The Texas Hill Country resort offers scenic vistas overlooking an endless expanse of majestic Live Oak groves interrupted only by creamy white limestone outcroppings, emerald fairways and sparkling pools.

Omni La Mansion Del Rio

Omni La Mansión del Rio is ideally nestled along the historic River Walk among the banks of the Paseo del Rio in downtown San Antonio. Perfectly situated, you can easily explore all of San Antonio’s extensive range of tourist attractions. It is within easy walking distance of the fabled Alamo, El Mercado, La Villita District, Spanish Governor’s Palace, San Antonio Convention Center and other well-known landmarks.

Westin Riverwalk

The Westin Riverwalk is the perfect hotel to relax and recharge. This luxury hotel is nestled on a romantic bend of the city’s famed River Walk. Guests can stroll in the shade of cypress and palm trees and be moments away from the Alamo, La Villita historic village, and the San Antonio Convention Center.

Eilan Hotel and Spa

The Tuscan inspired hotel looks out at the beautiful Texas Hill Country and features an award winning resort pool and world class spa. With 26,000 sq ft of meeting space the Eilan Hotel and Spa is a perfect Texas getaway experience

Hotel Contesa

The only four-diamond all-suite hotel on the Riverwalk, the Hotel Contessa is a gorgeous retreat for guests.

Marriott Plaza

Located on 6.5 acres of some of the most beautiful and historic grounds in San Antonio, The Marriott Plaza’s resort feel and San Antonio style décor allow your guests to become immersed in the vibrant and unique culture that is San Antonio. In addition to our beautiful grounds, your guests will enjoy our heated outdoor pool, down comforters, private balconies, concierge service, 24-hour fitness center and our very own Anaqua Grille and Palm Terrace Lounge. Visitors and guests will be able to spend the evenings unwinding around our fire pits, walk among our historical buildings and courtyards while interacting with our free roaming peacocks.