Hotel & Venue Information

Conference Venue

The 2025 Preparedness Summit will be held in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center nestled in the heart of historic downtown San Antonio, TX, along the banks of the world-famous River Walk. The convention center is within walking distance to the River Walk, historical attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels.

About Our Host City

San Antonio boasts a vibrant mix of culture and cuisine, legendary architecture, moving history, and 300 days of sunshine a year. 
The San Antonio River Walk, known as the “world’s largest hotel lobby,” features shaded stone pathways that wind along the gently flowing San Antonio River through the city center, linking convention facilities, hotels, restaurants, shops, theaters, historic sites and other attractions. Now a 15-mile urban waterway, the Museum Reach and Mission Reach sections extend north and south of downtown, allowing visitors to further explore the city by foot, bike or canoe.
The Alamo is a gem of Texas history. Visitors are invited to rediscover the history of the 4.2-acre complex. Founded in 1718 as the first mission in San Antonio, the Alamo served as a way station between east Texas and Mexico. Today, the Alamo features interactive exhibits and hosts reenactments of the Texas Revolution.
The city’s culinary heritage derives from European and Mexican traditions of generations ago. Today, it blends that heritage with new, homegrown talent from the Culinary Institute of America San Antonio for a food and drink scene bursting with originality, bold flavors, and Tex-Next fun. 
The San Antonio International Airport has recently increased non-stop service by 50% and is just eight miles from downtown.

Conference Hotels

Enjoy easy access to all that the 2025 Preparedness Summit has to offer by staying at one of our conference hotels. Please return to this space and subscribe to the Preparedness Summit newsletter for housing updates.