Quality Inn near SeaWorld - Lackland
323 S. W. Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78245
Phone: (210) 798-9900
Fax: (210) 798-1226
In 1988, a welcoming community of believers in San Antonio established The Church in San Antonio. It aims to go beyond just being a place of worship to being a meeting place for its diverse community. Beyond the traditional worship services, the church organizes numerous events and meetings. The church is an active participant in Russian teaching and ministry work. Check website for service timings and more.
St Mary's University goes beyond merely educating and aims at all-rounded development of it's students. This complete and grand university campus features students center and two full fledged libraries. The St. Mary's University Alumni Athletics & Convocation Center is the activity hub of this college and houses Bill Greehey Arena—a venue for events. The university is home to the Athletics Booster Club that deals with the athletic and sports programs.
Located on the campus of St. Mary's University, Bill Greehey Arena is home to its men and women sports team, Rattlers. This 135,000 square foot facility is capable of seating 3,500 people. It features various amenities, some of which are an indoor running track, natatorium, training rooms, six tennis courts, racquetball courts and much more. A fiery seat of sports activities, Bill Greehey Arena is not to be missed when in San Antonio.
Located in the Medical Center area, University Hospital is a premium health care system. Level 1 trauma center, newborn intensive care unit, transplant and cardiac programs, pediatric cardiac care are the services available here. The hospital is also the primary teaching facility for The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Located in the northwestern part of the city, the St. George Maronite Church and Center is a committed Maronite Catholic church of the West Syriac Antoichene Tradition. As the only Eastern Catholic Church in the city, this church has a tremendous responsibility to offer spiritual and religious support and shelter to those who seek it. Besides being a church, St. George Maronite is also an events center on its premises, which helps in the organization of weddings, receptions, and other events. Among the facilities on offer are the Phoenician Ballroom and the Courtyard. Do call to know more.
Emergency room, specialized children's and women's services, cardiac care, transplant services and obstetrics. The Gamma Knife Center features non-surgical treatment of certain brain dysfunctions and the Texas Neurosciences Institute offers comprehensive neurosciences services. Numerous outreach programs are available.
The Children's Fine Arts Series was started as a fund raiser for the Judson Montessori School. It later transformed itself into a non-profit organization to promote art and culture among students and more specifically, children. This theater has over the years churned out dramatic performances for one and all to enjoy. They also organize training sessions in music, dance and drama for children, thus giving them an opportunity to explore their hidden talents. Call ahead or check website for more details.
Emergency room, psychiatric-geriatric mental health program, rehabilitation and skilled nursing. The BirthPlace features complete obstetrics and maternity care. Outreach programs are available.
The San Francesco di Paola Catholic Church is located in Downtown San Antonio. The church was established in dedication to San Francesco di Paola. This active institute of faith has a captivating red-brick building. The beautiful stained glass windows add to the splendor of this religious site. Check website for information on services and timings.
Emergency room, high-risk obstetrics, UNOS-certified transplant institute, comprehensive children's heath care, rehabilitation facilities and services—all the modernized facilities are available at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital-City Centre. Cancer center is partnered with the Cancer Therapy and Research Center. Sufficient paid parking adjacent to hospital and medical center.
The city's oldest synagogue, the congregation of this Reform Jewish temple began meeting around the 1850s, but wasn't formally chartered until 1874. The congregation adheres to the three-fold function of Judaism (worship, education and fellowship) with popular programs designed to serve all age groups. A founding member of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC), the temple serves over 1,250 families from all around the city. Tot Shabbat services for families with children younger than six are held on Fridays. Junior Congregation services for youth in grades one-four are held on Fridays following Tot Shabbat.
San Antonio Multimedia Center got its edge when it was selected as one of the top 12 training facilities in the US. The multimedia center boasts of hi-end technology in instructional design and ergonomics, and focuses on ambiance and comfort. Its forte is its flexibility to change and suit your specific business needs. The center has two computer-training classrooms with a seating capacity of 14 and 31, a 30-person boardroom and a 1200 square feet multipurpose room that can accommodate upto 48 people. Its also an ideal venue for social functions, where buffet-style meals are served in the elegant Mission Dining Room.