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Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria

2222 West Loop South, Houston - Map
"Great Hotel"
I was unable to rate my experience because when touched it covered all...hmm. Everything was excellent to very good. Only the vacuum was not run on the third day we were there. Also, the same buffet every day. Got tired after the third day.
A Traveller
Located in Galleria, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Uptown Plaza and The Galleria. Memorial Park is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) …More
Four Points by Sheraton Houston Greenway Plaza - Houston Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Four Points by Sheraton Houston Greenway Plaza

2828 Southwest Fwy, Houston - Map
"Nice but needs improvement "
The room was comfortable and clean but could use more lighting near the door and full-length mirror. The tv did not work. The shower was great!
Traveller from Houston, Tx
Located halfway between the Galleria Mall and downtown Houston, this hotel is perfectly suited for both business and leisure …More
Magnolia Hotel Houston - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Magnolia Hotel Houston

1100 Texas St, Houston - Map
"One night stay"
Booked the Magnolia for one night because the hotel for our extended stay was not available on Friday. Although reception was very busy we were welcomed with a smile and good overall service. Our room was comfortable and clean except for the tub and shower. There was black mold on the tub surround, under the soap tray and the handhold. The was an extreme disappointment to an otherwise nice stay. Bartender was very friendly and knowledgeable. Breakfast was very good, hot items were piping and cold drinks plentiful. I will consider the Magnolia again but will have to inspect the bathroom before hand.
A Traveller
Housed in a 1926 building, this renovated high-rise hotel is in the downtown historic district of Houston, within 8 blocks of …More
Club Quarters Hotel in Houston - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Club Quarters Hotel in Houston

720 Fannin Street, Houston - Map
"A Good Hotel in Downtown Houston"
An old, but nicely remodeled hotel in downtown Houston. Like many older hotels, the room was small, but commodious. The check in and check out were via computer, but the few staff were courteous and helpful. Eating facilities at the hotel were minimal and the area had few good restaurants. Better for those doing business in downtown than for those on holiday.
A Traveller
Club Quarters Hotel in Houston is a full-service hotel designed for business travelers, in downtown Houston. A short walk …More
Omni Houston Hotel - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Omni Houston Hotel

4 Riverway, Houston - Map
"Pets are allowed in the hotel"
We noticed a urine odor in our hotel room. A hotel of this class should not allow pets who can urinate or defecate in hotel rooms.
A Traveller
Set on secluded grounds just off Interstate 610, this modern high-rise is a mile from the upscale Galleria Mall and 0.5 miles …More
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Houston NW - Hwy 290 Cypress - Houston Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Houston NW - Hwy 290 Cypress

10520 Huffmeister Rd, Houston - Map
Situated in Houston, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Traders Village, Northwest Forest Conference Center, and Houston …More
Four Seasons Hotel Houston - Houston Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Four Seasons Hotel Houston

1300 Lamar St, Houston - Map
"Location and staff are excellent!"
The staff was very courteous and helpful, especially navigation thru downtown with construction blocking the normal route. They were able to guide me street by street to get to the hotel. Once we were there the staff were so friendly and the room was beautiful! That is the 3rd time we've. Stayed at this hotel and the beds are so comfortable I wish I had one for my own! Right across the street from House of Blues, so convenient, great hotel!
Bluesrock from Katy, TX, USA
Four Seasons Hotel Houston is in the city center, a half-hour drive from the airport yet with easy access to the tranquil …More
Drury Inn & Suites Houston Galleria - Houston Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Drury Inn & Suites Houston Galleria

1615 West Loop South, Houston - Map
"Very nice hotel with a nice staff."
We stay at Drury Inn and Suites whenever we can. Always a good experience.
A Traveller
Located in Galleria, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Uptown Park and The Galleria. Memorial Park is 2 mi (3.2 km) away.More
Hotel Sorella City Centre - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Sorella City Centre

800 Sorella Court, Houston - Map
"Very nice hotel. Can walk to so much. "
Very accommodating to children. Close to restaurants and stores
Traveller from CT and FL
Located in Energy Corridor, this romantic hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Town and Country Village and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from …More
The Whitehall Houston - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Whitehall Houston

1700 Smith St, Houston - Map
"Nice hotel in Midtown"
Hotel was very nice and clean. Friendly personnel. The pool, restaurant, and bar were located on the 2nd floor.
Traveller from Houston
Located in Downtown Houston, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Houston Public Library, Toyota Center, and Downtown …More

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    You breeze down the highway in the warm evening, your mind alive and your keen eyes on the horizon. In the state where everything is bigger and wide-open spaces stretch for miles, a sleek splash of streamlined chrome and dazzling jewel tones stands guard over the prairie. You can feel its energy as you approach. It emanates an aura that is stately, yet accessible. This is Houston, the pride of southeast Texas and the perfect place to quench your thirst for discovery. All the excitement yet gentility that you love about the Lone Star State—and, indeed, about America—is encapsulated in Houston hotels, where your fiery passion for world-class art and entertainment whether refined or effortless, are both stoked and satiated. The biggest city in the biggest state of the contiguous United States has a heart big enough to entice your curious mind and leave you feeling awed. Lucky for you, Travelocity’ Houston vacation packages & hotel deals are but a click away.

    Boundless Adventure

    From art museums to outer space, there are an overwhelming number of things to do in Houston and plenty of cheap hotels in Houston close to the biggest draws. Anticipation gets the best of you as you decide to begin with a visit to NASA’s Space Center Houston (the visitor-friendly gateway to the Johnson Space Center), where you immerse yourself in the surreal world of space exploration and space training. With stars in your eyes and the cosmos on your mind, you reconnect with your home planet of Earth by visiting the Downtown Aquarium. The mysterious, ethereal realms of the briny deep put you in a reflective state of mind and are no less miraculous than the futuristic world of space travel.

    Some of the top hotels in Houston are found in the tree-lined Museum District, where you can meander from one artfully appointed museum to another. The Museum of Fine Arts, 6th largest in the nation, was founded over 100 years ago and plays host to more than 56,000 artworks and artifacts. Buffalo Soldiers National Museum is the only museum in the country devoted to the legacy of African-American soldiers; it contains artifacts and exhibits from the Revolutionary War up to the present day. A short jaunt by car brings you to Chinatown, where Asian markets tempt you with their vibrant wares and steaming morsels of dim sum provide the perfect afternoon indulgence. When the warm evening air brings you a second wind of energy, you put on your cowboy boots and follow the sound of country music to a honky-tonk for line dancing…or to a swanky cocktail bar for a thirst-quenching craft beverage. Whichever you choose, you’re connecting with a warm example of Texas hospitality.

    Delectable Dining

    Though Houston’s food scene has one of the most diverse culinary landscapes in the country, a restaurant-savvy traveler like you knows that the sweet and tangy flavor of East Texas barbecue is the first priority. The satisfying scent of slow-smoked brisket dripping with piquant sauce emanates from eateries both rustic and refined. Goode Company, family-owned for nearly 4 decades, has several locations throughout Houston with a variety of mouthwatering barbecue on every menu—try the deliciously unique sweet water duck. But barbecue is just the beginning of the gastronomic journey through Texas history you’ll take in Houston. Texas has a long history of cattle ranching, and beef is still central in much of the state’s cuisine. If a superlative steak is more your style, head to Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, where the meat is dry-aged in-house. And the unique cross-cultural fusion of Mexican and American ingredients in the flavors of Tex-Mex food, which originated in Texas and has since come to be enjoyed across the nation and the world, is ubiquitous in Houston. But Houston offers more than just exemplary regional dishes; its vibrant restaurant scene holds delectable menus for every palate. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dining options abound amid eateries serving ethnic foods from around the world.

    Green Spaces

    That friendly, welcoming, world-famous Texas charm is beautifully displayed in Houston’s multitude of parks. Swathes of green land ripe for exploration accent the city’s many bayous and bodies of water. Downtown’s 12-acre Discovery Green lives up to its name, with abundant community-focused activities ranging from fitness classes to movies to music and even restaurant events. Mason Park on Brays Bayou is a picturesque place to look at the water under a shady canopy of leaves while enjoying a picnic with a loved one. Allen’s Landing is not just a quaint waterfront walkway on the banks of Buffalo Bayou fitting for a leisurely stroll; it is also the site of the first port in the city and, indeed, the birthplace of Houston itself: It was here in 1836 that founding brothers John Kirby Allen and Augustus Chapman Allen first settled, mere months after the Republic of Texas was founded. As they looked out at the water from the spot where now you stand, could they see the potential of their little plot of land coming to glorious fruition?

    The Glorious Gulf

    The dizzying excitement of Houston’s urbane environment could keep you engaged for days, but you’re curious about the vast blue Gulf of Mexico that lies just southeast of the city. Even if you rent a room in Houston, the seaside city of Galveston is only an hour away. With its bright colors and brilliant ocean views, Galveston Island almost makes you forget that it lies along the US mainland and not in an exotic Caribbean location. Here, lush green trees shelter beautifully restored Victorian estates in multiple historical districts. The 1892 Bishop’s Palace is the best place to peruse exquisite Victorian interior design and architecture on a self-guided walking tour. When the balmy sea breezes beckon you to the ocean’s edge, you make your way to the Pleasure Pier, a historic fixture that has been built and rebuilt many times since the 1940s. You relish the nostalgic silhouette of a roller coaster against the blue horizon as festival foods send their mouthwatering fragrances dancing on the warm wind. This is the timeless feeling of an American summer by the sea, and in Galveston the fun keeps going throughout the year: The Pleasure Pier is open on weekends even in the off-season.

    Texas-Sized Heart

    With everything that’s bigger in Texas, your oversized appetite for all the best things you expect to find in a big city—art, culture, recreation, history, and nightlife—cannot be disappointed by Houston. When you want an experience that’s just a little bigger, bolder, and more warm-hearted than you’ve ever had before, let Travelocity show you where to stay in Houston, and let your Texas-sized sense of adventure show you where to start exploring. Your thirst for exhilarating experiences will be perfectly quenched as you reluctantly watch Houston’s glittering chrome recede from your rearview mirror…and piqued enough to bring you back to your favorite Lone Star getaway again with Travelocity’s Houston hotel deals.

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