This hotel went from being a Radisson property to a Hilton property in January of 2009. Not much else changed besides mattresses and linens and a few other guest-room amenities. It continues to be family hotel that represents a less-expensive alternative to the nearby Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa. It has some of the same features as the Hyatt, including an understated Texas-themed decor, an on-site ATM, and an upscale convenience store. But it doesn't have all the on-site activities, such as the "Ramblin River," the golf course, and tennis courts. But vacationers will be able to enjoy the spa treatments and products, as well as guest privileges at two nearby golf courses. Rooms are large and traditional in decoration, and the bathrooms are a cut above what's normal for this price range. Suites offer jetted tubs and rainforest shower heads, and all accommodations feature Hilton's "Serenity" bedding. There's plenty to appeal to families: Seasonal specials such as the Ultimate SeaWorld Adventure package provide passes, transportation, and complimentary souvenirs for both you and the kids.
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