Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort has announced plans to reopen this October after suffering a devastating fire two years ago. The resort, which is located just outside of Boerne, Texas, on a 220-acre property, will reopen with a new Clubhouse and newly updated guestrooms and suites.
When it reopens the resort will have approximately 4,000 additional square feet of indoor function space for corporate meetings and social events in the new Clubhouse, bringing the resort’s total event space to 14,000 square feet. New spaces include The Studio (1,000 sq. ft.), a living room-like setting perfect for executive retreats, board meetings, creative sessions and hospitality; and Troubadour (1,143 sq. ft.) with natural lighting pouring through windows overlooking Hill Country.
Other function spaces have been reconfigured or increased in size, including the resort’s Cibolo Ballroom. It’s now 3,250 square feet with a dedicated 1,100-square-foot pre-function area, similarly sized private terrace, and true floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the golf course.
The Ace in the Hole Boardroom (500 sq. ft.), named for George Strait’s famed backing band, has been enhanced with a boardroom-style table and natural light. In addition, a new Event Lawn (4,000 sq. ft.) located adjacent to La Cascada Terrace and the patio provides a setting for weddings, cocktail receptions, performances and other signature events, with views overlooking the golf course and a waterfall. With the Event Lawn, Tapatio Springs now offers approximately 12,000 square feet of outdoor venue space, large outdoor areas, and fire pit communal settings for gatherings and relaxation.
The new Clubhouse, which was built on the foundation of the original one, also has a revamped lobby and the resort’s signature restaurant, La Cascada Table & Bar, which has an open kitchen and a private dining room for up to 35 people. New overhead doors allow the restaurant to transform into an indoor/outdoor setting, while the patio has been increased in size to offer outdoor access to the bar, a purpose-built stage for live entertainment, a TV wall for watching Texas sports powerhouses, golf tournaments, and more.
Each of the resort’s 111 guestrooms, including eight suites, feature patios and balconies and have been refurnished with new soft goods, modern rustic décor and features inspired by the beauty of the destination. The resort’s top-of-the-line, two-bedroom George Strait Suite has also been enhanced.