once inside the inn, there are no stairs to climb to enjoy this lovely room, located on the first floor for easy access. lily is highlighted by a king size carved walnut bed with a wooden canopy. silk and lace draperies filter the light and further enhance the intimate ambiance of this jewel of a room. make the living room your personal sitting area or venture out onto the front porch and experience the fun of the treadle porch swing - all of this, just steps from your room.
this elegant room, in soothing shades of pale blue and cream, features lovely antiques enhanced by bay windows draped in silk and lace. the large bathroom offers a claw foot tub and separate shower. when you step out of this second floor room, you are set to enjoy the shared sitting area outside your door.
this cozy room offers an antique queen size bed that is so high you may need to use the bedside stool to climb into bed. the walk-through window opens to a shared second floor veranda with comfortable wicker chairs for enjoying the evening breeze. with a portrait of robert e. lee to watch over you, this room will definitely transport you to an era of gracious southern living.
romance is in the air when you open the door to lavender. antique furnishings, silk drapes, and a high-back claw foot tub right in your bedroom evoke a seductive, old world charm. the walk-through window opens to a shared, second floor veranda with a porch swing for two. this room is a favorite of guests seeking an elegant, romantic retreat.
desert blossom evokes the real flavor of a southwestern home with its mix of antiques, native american art, and the soft color palate of the high desert. when you step through the door into the large living area, your first impression is of gracious comfort. this third floor suite is ideal as either a spacious, private retreat for two or a gathering place for friends traveling together.
A gracious Greek revival style home houses the beautiful Gardenia Inn in San Antonio, Texas. Located in the famous King William Historic District, the Inn was built circa 1905 and is tastefully furnished with antiques and family heirlooms. Whether enjoying a stroll along the Riverwalk, which is just two blocks away, or soaking in one of the antique claw foot tubs, a stay at the Gardenia Inn will rejuvenate you in both body and spirit. In addition to the large variety of restaurants and bars along the nearby Riverwalk, many excellent restaurants are located in the neighborhood surrounding the Gardenia Inn. Some of the quality restaurants within a three block walk are: Madhatters, China Latina, Tito's, Rosario's, Azuca and La Focaccia.