Hotel common areas need better maintenance with carpets and cleaning all the glass along over bridges and elevators. Getting to look out dated. Also, with the inexpensive price of wi-if it is pretty tasteless and petty to charge guests to use it during their stay. Also, to have a refrigerator present ...
It was a last minute need. I missed my flight so I had to stay the night. I booked the room in less than 10 minutes. The shuttle was extremely convenient and nice seeing as how my stay was accidental.
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.
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Stayed as a family. Nice to have pool tables and swimming available. Convenient to Galleria.
I was in town on business for a week. My room was very nice and well setup. I had a desk area to work with power and USB. The high speed Wi-Fi was great. I never had a connection problem. The bed was very comfortable. I normally have to ask for more pillows. They already had plenty on the bed. The cleaning staff did an amazing job paying attention to detail. The ladies at the front desk were always pleasant, smiling and helpful. The breakfast area had a great selection to choose from and was kept very clean. In the evening they would have either cookies or popcorn along with coffee and lemonade. Overall I would highly recommend the La Quinta Galleria In Houston as a great place to stay.
Nice room and bathroom (very important). Friendly staff.
The hotel stuff was very nice and kind. Everything was ok but the bed was too soft and old. All of towels ware old and not white.