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Extended Stay America - Houston - Sugar Land

Nothing nice about it.

Dirty and broken This is enough. Nothing works. Dirty and broken bathroom and old and dirty bedding.

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3 days ago

5

Courtyard by Marriott Houston Intercontinental Airport

Brett’s wedding

On the way home to PDX, great place to stay for easyIAH access.

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3 weeks ago

5

The Houstonian Hotel

Beautifully kept Old world charm hotel.

One of the best hotel experiences I have ever had. The staff was on point from checking in and giving us our room early to checking out quickly. Staff always made sure we had everything and accommodated us whenever we needed anything. Olivette is no longer there; they were doing construction on it so we had lunch at the Manor House which was lovely but the waiter was very unattentive and didn't even know that the dessert menu was print separately from the actual menu. Our meal was very good and the restaurant is stunning despite the poor service. The grounds are beautiful. There are 3 pools on the property and we chose the one with the slide it was completely crowded and the seating areas were not very clean we had to clean the area ourselves but they do have umbrellas and freshly laundered towels. There is a bar/grill there for people who want to grab a quick bite or drinks. The trails and views for the hotel were amazing and easily accessible from the 1st floor. We decided to go to uptown park for some dinner and drinks and the hotel staff arranged the shuttle to take us so we would not have to uber note that the shuttle service closes at 11 p.m. and we did have to end up ubering it back but it didn't cost very much. The bathrooms are a little tight and a little outdated but the shower is nice and the bath products are l'occitane. All in all it was a wonderful experience and a great staycation one that I will most likely repeat again.

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2 weeks ago

4

Hotel Derek Houston Galleria

Not bad but not great

They charge you $15 automatically for the amenities. They let you know that, but I had a friend that didn’t book through orbitz and he wasn’t charged that. Also check in is 4, again fine but don’t knock on my door at 9:30 to see if I checked out yet. Check out is 11. You have plenty of time to clean the rooms.

A verified traveler

4 months ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Houston

Welcome to rodeos, barbeques and museums in Houston

Friendly residents of the biggest city in Texas are ready to greet you with a big smile and local tales of their thriving homeland. They know H-Town is a premier destination for corporate and vacation travelers, offering a cosmopolitan experience that encompasses thriving energy corridors and lush acres of urban green. This is a city that rolls out the welcome mat with a unique style, and Houston hotels especially reflect the legendary Texan hospitality.

The pace is exciting, but not demanding. The attitude is metropolitan, but you can leave the black tie at home. You're staying in a big town with a well-deserved reputation for serving up the very best: from barbecue cook-offs and gourmet dining, to professional sports and a world-class museum district.


Things to see and do
Discovery Green

This downtown jewel is your gateway to hiking and biking in the great urban outdoors. Try your angling luck at Kinder Lake, attend local canine competitions on Jones Lawn, and cool down in the Houston summer with a splashdown in sparkling Gateway Fountain.

The Museum District

Take a leisurely stroll through Hermann Park, and explore the 20 museums that grace this remarkable district. The Museum of Fine Arts and Menil Collection are world-renowned centerpieces in this enclave that includes venues dedicated to science, photography and contemporary crafts.

Johnson Space Center

Relive the history of mankind's giant leap through the Starship Gallery, and launch your astronaut dreams inside the Apollo 17 Command Module. JSC thrills big kids with its NASA Tram Tour and entertains the little ones with their own Kids' Space Place.


Special events
Houston Rodeo

Pure Texas fun bucks into town every March with three weeks of professional rodeo action, star-studded musical entertainment and the World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest. Follow that delicious aroma to Reliant Stadium, and saddle up for a tasty ride.

The Art Car Parade

Some traditions just can't be explained, so you have to experience this incredible parade for yourself. The springtime street regatta celebrates Houston's eccentric relationship with cars, its love of creative art and the home-grown imagination that elevates both to delightfully entertaining heights.

Wings Over Houston

It's impossible to set your sights too high at this breathtaking air show over Houston's historic Ellington Field. The Air Force Thunderbirds and Navy Blue Angels roar through clear April skies in precise formations and rock the clouds with aeronautical acrobatics.


Where to stay
Downtown

This vibrant area is more than an ideal location for business travelers. All the front doors in downtown Houston hotels lead out to upscale dining, local sports venues and a thriving theater district. The venerable Magnolia Hotel and historic Lancaster Hotel are popular favorites.

West Loop

Rub shoulders with the uptown crowd, and indulge in sophisticated shopping at the River Oaks Center. This elegant slice of Houston offers an enticing array of accommodations, from beautiful boutique hotels to the luxurious Marriott West.

South Loop

Swing through Rice University, catch the games at NRG Stadium, and head on south to Galveston. A variety of national hotel icons, comfortable price ranges, and convenient access to downtown keep this area high on the list of preferred stays for all travelers.


Best time to visit

Houston summers really sizzle, so locals turn staying cool into a sport. This time of year, they'll invite you to catch an Astros game at Minute Maid Park where the roof stays closed and the AC stays on. The city's tunnel system is an underground urban world of shopping and dining fun. It's a favorite place to duck the heat with easy connections to downtown Houston.

This big town plans city celebrations around its beautiful spring weather, and the Texans tackle NFL gridiron at NRG Stadium every fall. If you're weary of freezing winters, join the flock of fellow travelers who proudly call themselves snow birds as they head south to Houston for a balmy Christmas.