Ate here one night - waitress sent us to a table on the patio where we waited for 15 minutes, only to be told that she had no right to do that, by a grumpy waiter who then ignored us. Talked to the manager, who sent us inside rather than dealing with the issue. Seated by a waitress, who told us to eat at the buffet, because the kitchen was taking up to 30 minutes to serve food - to a 1/3 full restaurant. Ate at the buffet as a result (and because the menu was more limited than most Sheratons) - tired food, poor selection - perhaps she recommended it so that the food would ge eaten rather than thrown out? Also had cooked to order pasta, which was much better. All in all, given the number of places to eat in San Antonio within two blocks, this is a non-starter.
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