Home Journal lists San Antonio among 4 emerging design cities worth your attention. Its rich history, art scene and Hotel Emma landed Texas in the company of Mexico, Germany and Qatar.
Imbible lists Hotel Emma and the walk from Supper to Sternewirth among the best in-house bar crawls across hotels in the country.
When choosing a place to stay in San Antonio, Forbes opts for Hotel Emma.The piece calls out the hotel for striking the rare and right mix of cool and industrial as well as Supper for having an unexpected twist for Texas.
Worth shares Hotel Emma’s alluring past as one of their 14 Hotels That Tell Women’s Stories, sharing the story of the Three Emmas and how the hotel came to be what it is today.
Texas Lifestyle Magazine
Texas Lifestyle Magazine shares their “Book Lover’s Guide to San Antonio” and lists Hotel Emma and its dazzling library as a top hotel to stay at during your stay.
Culture Trip features Sternewirth as one of the best cocktail bars in San Antonio, praising the bar’s warm industrial-meets-elegant aesthetic.
The Star enlightens Toronto on Hotel Emma’s “scandalous” past and the story behind the making of the iconic hotel and its most popular drink.
Forbes lists Hotel Emma’s Supper as one of six great places to eat if you're visiting San Antonio, highlighting the upscale restaurant’s design, amenities and great lunch options.
Forbes features Hotel Emma as an iconic brewery in San Antonio. The feature explores Hotel Emma’s rich history and highlights the hotel as a “crown jewel of the culinary-focused Pearl complex.”
Houstonia gives intel that “The Best Bookworm Vacation May Be San Antonio” and suggests staying at Hotel Emma to check out our impressive library, which includes a 3,700-piece collection acquired from novelist and cultural anthropologist Sherry Kafka Wagner.
San Antonio Magazine
San Antonio Magazine features Hotel Emma’s pastry chef, Stephanie Norcio, for creating “edible art” and delicious pastries that can be eaten at the hotel’s restaurant, Supper.
October shares the history of Pearls Brewhouse, and how the 1800s brewery became the heart of San Antonio, noting how Hotel Emma has been integral in modernizing San Antonio and turning it into a travel destination.
CNN Travel lists Hotel Emma as one of the Best Hotels in North America and the Caribbean, with a nod to the hotel’s best features, AAA rating and Sternewirth’s homage to the original brewhouse.
Want to Try the Most Exciting Food in America? According to Bloomberg Pursuits you need to leave New York City and make your way to San Antonio. As a city with a new appetite for chef-driven restaurants, Hotel Emma is complimented for its grocery kiosk, Larder.
Reader’s Digest list of “The Best Hotel in Every State, According To Customers”, features Hotel Emma as the best hotel in Texas.
Trip Advisor ranks Hotel Emma #8 on their list of Top 25 Hotels in the United States.
Worth’s Editors’ Picks 2018 features Hotel Emma’s fragrance spray in Milagros as the perfect hotel scent for purchase, “clean and botanical in a not-too-feminine way.” The feature notes that apart from the hotel’s signature scent, Curio in its entirety is worth a visit to San Antonio.
Forbes lists Texas as one of The Top 15 Places To Travel in 2019, drawing attention to Hotel Emma as a boutique property visitors must see.
Thirsty Mag features Hotel Emma’s famous “Three Emmas” cocktail and dives into the inspiration and history behind the hotel’s signature cocktail.
Harper’s Bazaar swaps Mexico City for San Antonio as an alternative holiday vacation. Hotel Emma is listed as a stylish hotel that visitors must stay at.
Fathom lists Texas among its Top 15 Travel Destinations for 2019 and includes Hotel Emma as a solid home base to stay when exploring San Antonio.
Harper’s Bazaar includes the intersection of San Antonio and Mexico as one of four unique ways to see Texas. The article calls attention to Hotel Emma as the “jewel” in San Antonio's crown.
With ‘engagement moon’ now trending, Brides Magazine recommends to anyone that lives in the midwest to head to San Antonio and check into Hotel Emma.
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