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Southern Living encourages ladies to grab their gal pals and explore San Antonio's Hotel Emma as part of the South's Best Girlfriend Getaways!
Bon Appetit encourages you to "Hang All Day" at Hotel Emma and explore San Antonio's Pearl Brewery District.
Hotel Emma is a winner of Food & Wine's inaugural Hotel Awards. Named one of the 7 must-visit hotels across the USA, they recommend sipping the signature Three Emmas cocktail inside Sternewirth, Hotel Emma's lively bar.
Washington Post highlights the historic past as brewhouse and repurposed new life as Hotel Emma.
Huffington Posts takes you on a family-friendly adventure along the San Antonio river and advises you not to miss out on the margaritas and limeades during your stay at Hotel Emma.
Hotel Emma is named one of Food & Wine's 7 Must-Visit Hotels Across the USA.
Modern Luxury names Hotel Emma as a top 5 premiere destinations within 3 hours away from Houston.
The Acadiana Profile names Hotel Emma the crown jewel of the Pearl Brewery and invites you to enjoy your favorite cocktail inside Sternewirth before dinner at Supper.
Pearl, Hotel Emma and Supper feature prominently in the NYT's 36-hour whirlwind tour of San Antonio hotspots.
The Austin American-Statesman raves about Hotel Emma stating that the property transports visitors to a place that’s enchanting and magical.rea
Southern Living features Hotel Emma as one of South's best hotels, stating that this cool stay has definitely ramped up the style factor north of the city's River Walk.
Excelsior, one of Mexico's top newspapers, features Hotel Emma and highlights its unique design and rich history.
San Antonio Magazine names Hotel Emma best place for a staycation in San Antonio, and boasts that Larder carries more locally made culinary items than nearly any other "foodie" market in the city.
Jenna Bush Hager gives us a shout out in her blog. She enjoyed her "welcome" margarita and wishes she could have stayed longer. Come back any time, Jenna.
SA Current encourages patrons to keep their eyes Jenn Riesman, Pastry Chef at Hotel Emma, who is raising expectations for dessert and pastry chefs in San Antonio.
Vancouver Sun encourages travelers to stay at Hotel Emma when planning their San Antonio itinerary.
U.S. News & World report names Hotel Emma one of the top hotels for 2017 and the number 2 hotel in Texas.
New York Times highlights perks exclusive to guests inside Hotel Emma's library.
Southern Living names Hotel Emma as one of the "Best New Hotels in the South" and highlights amenities within hotel and Pearl Brewery district.
Garden & Gun showcase Hotel Emma's bar Sternewirth, and confirms that once guests have settled into one of its cozy nooks they will never want to leave.
TripAdvisor names the historic and beautiful Hotel Emma on its list of "2017 Travelers' Choice Awards"
Houston City Book reveals San Antonio's quickly changing "touristy" landscape, highlighting the industrial-chic Hotel Emma, it's restaurant offerings, and the flourishing community within the Pearl Brewery.
Richard Arnold narrates his adventures in San Antonio and brags about Hotel Emma's world class service and plushy accommodations.
Uncrate recommends staying at Hotel Emma and makes mention of the hotel's Culinary Concierge to help navigate the area's immense food scene.
Huffington Post features Hotel Emma's culinary offerings, distinctive design and delectable vision.
Architectural Digests features Hotel Emma as one of the 'Best Hotels of 2016'.
Tatler Travel Guide recommends Hotel Emma's signature cocktail, Three Emma's, while visiting the "industrial chic" hotel, and gives insight to the inspiration behind its name.
Chatelaine highlights the history, Mexican heritage and creative revival of Hotel Emma.
VancouverScape highlights Hotel Emma as a "must see" while visiting San Antonio.
Modern Luxury showcases Hotel Emma's exceptional design - "What was once a San Antonio brewhouse has turned into one of the prettiest historical hotels in the country."
Chic Passport, one of Mexico's most influential travel publications, highlights Hotel Emma and Supper in its recommendations of spots to visit in San Antonio.
The Los Angeles Times features the Pearl as a crucible for change in San Antonio and highlights HotelEmma as a driving force "at the center of it all."
Condé Nast Traveler includes Hotel Emma in its list of "The 50 Best Hotels in the World," and recommends the Hotel's restaurant, Supper, for brunch.
Vogue Mexico includes Hotel Emma in its recommendations of what to do in San Antonio, highlighting the Hotel's guest library.
Hotel Emma ranks at the top of the list of reasons San Antonio should be on your travel list this fall. According to Pure Wow "If you want the quintessential San Antonio experience, staying at the Hotel Emma is the only option," citing the rooftop pool, complimentary Electra cruiser bikes and a culinary concierge to arrange dining.
Conde Nast Traveler features bartender Zach making the Hotel's signature cocktail, The Three Emmas.
San Antonio Magazine praises chef John Brand's efforts behind Hotel Emma's culinary operations, especially his desire to break the mold when it comes to proving "hotel food can be unique and delicious any time of day," citing the lack of breakfast buffets, tacos or steriotypical hotel fare.
The Evening Standard recommends a stay at Hotel Emma in San Antonio, noting that "the hotel’s culinary concierge, Hugh Daschbach, has an encyclopaedic knowledge of local alternatives."
The Telegraph gives the Hotel Emma a glowing 8 out of 10 overall rating. The publication applauds Hotel Emma's style and character, rooms and the hotel's food and drink, observing that "this 146-room riverfront hotel may be the best in the Lone Star State."
Bon Appetit recommends travelers stay at Hotel Emma during their visit to San Antonio; and also recommends eating at the hotel's restaurant, Supper, and grabbing a cocktail at Hotel Emma's bar, Sternewirth.
USA Today ranks Supper at Hotel Emma at #1 in their short list of top tier dining along the rivers in and around San Antonio.
USA Today highlights Hotel Emma's unique Ice Box featuring the recipe and ingredients for the signature La Babia margarita.
Milenio highlights the iconic Hotel Emma at the Pearl, recommending the fabulous and seasonal food at Supper, the amazing space at Sternewirth, and the small gourmet takeaway shop, Larder.
Insider features chef John Brand's five ingredient Gremolata as a realistic approach to preparing delicious dishes at home.
Conde Nast Traveler names the Pearl as one of the top reasons to visit San Antonio, and highlights the "uber-hip HotelEmma" as one of the driving forces behind Pearl's popularity.
Edible San Antonio highlights Chef John Brand's curation of specialty goods and unique culinary offerings at Larder, including Pastry Chef Jen Reisman's contributions to the "culinary oasis inside Hotel Emma".
The Houston Chronicle features Hotel Emma as a hip Texas hotel and a destination in itself.
Conde Nast Traveler India recommends visiting the Pearl district in San Antonio and highlights Hotel Emma as "plenty of reason to visit San Antonio on its own."
Food Republic features Supper at Hotel Emma and it's surprisingly vegetable-centered menu.
Culturemap San Antonio recommends Larder as a spot that has a little bit of everything for patrons to grab a picnic lunch to go.
Culturemap San Antonio lists Supper at Hotel Emma's "extensive and powerful" wine list, beer, and carefully crafted cocktails as reasons to take your drinking mood to Supper, "the place to be for well thought imbibing."
Money recommends traveling to San Antonio vs Austin this fall and splurging on cocktails at Sternewirth and Hotel Emma, while enjoying the elegant and unique design.
Architectural Digest Mexico discusses the design of Hotel Emma as well as its history as a brewery and the hotel's namesake, Emma Koehler.
CNN covers Hotel Emma's previous life as a brewery and the hotel's incorporation of "distinctive elements of the building's brewing history."
Hotel Emma, the culinary hotel, lands on Bon Appetit's Best New Restaurants list.
Condé Nast Traveler includes Hotel Emma in it's recommendations for your San Antonio road trip this summer.
Papercity highlights Hotel Emma's Date Night Bridal Showcase, taking place August 12, 2016.
Southern Living recommends farm-to-table dishes at Supper, the in-house restaurant at "culinary-conscious Hotel Emma.
Tasting Table interviews Hugh Daschbaugh of Hotel Emma about what it means to be a culinary concierge in San Antonio.
Elle Australia highlights Supper, mentioning "it is seasonal produce done really well at the painfully cool Hotel Emma."
Playboy suggests San Antonio and a stay at Hotel Emma as an alternative summer escape
Food & Wine features Supper and highlights the creativity of its dishes noting that "Chef John Brand rethinks the classic meat-centric Texan menu."
Condé Nast Traveller, UK edition, selects Hotel Emma as one of the hottest new hotels in the world.
Southwest: The Magazine suggests a stay at Hotel Emma to experience the elegant mash-up of nostalgic details, the history, and the culinary offerings.
Hotel Emma's Culinary Hugh Daschbach Shares His Expertise on Spirits
Hotel Emma...the coolest hotel in the South
Hotel Emma honored in Texas Monthly's "Best New Texas Hotel Awards"
Food & Wine editors chose to highlight Hotel Emma, Supper, and Sternewirth in the 2016 Travel Issue
Hotel Emma was noted as a highlight of San Antonio, named one of "America's Best Cities" by Travel + Leisure readers
ABC San Antonio takes a tour of Hotel Emma
Hotel Emma is named one of the Hottest Places to Stay by Modern Luxury
Hotel Business Design gives an inside look into Hotel Emma
San Antonio Express-News selected Supper as one of the top restaurants to treat your mom on Mother's Day
The Maritzen Suite is named the most exclusive and exclusive and stunning hotel suites in San Antonio.
Bravo selected Chef John Brand to recommend a cocktail to update Taylor Swift's drink game
The Today Show recognizes the 2016 Conde Nast Traveler Hot List which named Hotel Emma one of the Best New Hotels.
Conde Nast Traveler includes Hotel Emma its "Best New Hotels in the World: 2016 Hot List
In San Antonio’s newest historic district, a strikingly renovated hotel allows some grit in its glamour.
Hotel Emma is one of the best places to rest your head in 2016.
Sternewirth offers tea-based cocktails that are perfect for welcoming Spring.
Travel + Leisure suggests you stay at Hotel Emma when visiting San Antonio this Spring.
Design is the destination at Hotel Emma.
Thrillist names Sternewirth one of San Antonio's best new bars.
Hotel Emma’s Chef John Brand shows you how to whip up a scrumptious dish from Supper.
San Antonio Magazine shows you how to create Sternewirth's Veintitrés.
Feel like a king in our luxurious Emma suite featuring 2,500 square feet, plus an outdoor terrace with fireplace and clawfoot tub.
CultureMap San Antonio dishes on Chef John Brand's favorite tacos in town.
The Huffington Post rages about San Antonio and suggests you stay at Hotel Emma.
Huffington Post Names San Antonio Officially a Destination Thanks to Gorgeous New Hotel.
In San Antonio, a former 19th Century brewery is reborn as the inviting Hotel Emma.
Hotel Emma selected for Travel & Leisure's It List featuring their 2016 picks for best new hotels in the world.
Supper is one of the best new restaurants in Texas.
San Antonio is named one of the top destinations for 2016 and thanks to Hotel Emma you'll have someplace cool to stay.
Hotel Emma featured as one of the best luxury hotels throughout the U.S.
Supper is featured as one of the best new restaurants
What a Gem: Stay at Hotel Emma while experiencing the Pearl
Hotel Emma featured on Wallpaper.com
Hotel Emma featured as one of "Five chic new hotels around Texas to book now"
Historic Texas Brewery Gets Second Life as Boutique Hotel