Traveling to Houston and wondering where to stay? Here are the best places to stay according to our local experts, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, and hostels.
I have to say the restaurant/bar is surprisingly good. You won't think there's much there when you're checking in, but don't be afraid to "round the corner" & be pleasantly surprised... -- TfromDtown via Foursquare
There is a Private taxi who charges USD$140 per return trip to Houston Outlet Mall half hr away. Approx for 7-8pple. Pls ask lady concierge for details. Older Concierge does know know abt this service -- Gerald S via Foursquare
There are private condo units available for short and long term stays. Call (281) 463-6365 to make an appointment to tour or email Margie@MKLuxuryHomes.com for more information. -- MK Luxury Homes & Condos via Foursquare
The food is awesome. For room service I suggest the Breakfast Burrito, Chicken Panini, Braised Shortribs and Apple Cobbler. Also, High Tea can be served in you room if you so desire. -- Kevin Frost via Foursquare
In its previous life, this hotel was a Houston landmark known as The Warwick. Bob Hope once remarked that the greatest view in the world was from the top of the hotel. -- CultureMap Houston Manager via Foursquare
The health club is open 24 hours so it always fits into your schedule. Be sure to check out the racquetball and half court of basketball on the third floor, just ask the health club attendant! -- Michael Guinn via Foursquare
Love the quality of the hotel and staff. The pool is a bonus--you can do laps. Einstein bagels is a nice economical bfast option. Major ding on the Internet speed at the $10 option. Shoot me -- Patrick Serfass via Foursquare