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Outdoor activities in Magnolia

There are ways to kick back in Magnolia beyond its marquee attractions. Sam Houston National Forest and Lake Conroe Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.


Where to shop in Magnolia

While traveling, not all events are planned, but Magnolia has you covered. Pick up new clothes or any forgotten essentials at Westwood Village, Ross Dress for Less and Ross Dress for Less.

Ross Dress for Less may have a stylish remedy for tired feet.

Jewelry stores like Robichau's Jewelry and electronics stores like Cartridge World are on hand for picking up gifts, the latest tech gadgets and more.


Where to shop in Magnolia

While traveling, not all events are planned, but Magnolia has you covered. Pick up new clothes or any forgotten essentials at Westwood Village, Ross Dress for Less and Ross Dress for Less.

Ross Dress for Less may have a stylish remedy for tired feet.

Jewelry stores like Robichau's Jewelry and electronics stores like Cartridge World are on hand for picking up gifts, the latest tech gadgets and more.


Arts and culture in Magnolia

While getting to know Magnolia, tour the exhibits at Historic Magnolia Depot to get your culture fix.

The quiet corners in Malcolm Purvis Library are an oasis for reading and a little quiet getaway.

Magnolia is the home of Coug Moran Law Office.


Where to stay in Magnolia

Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action, or would prefer a quiet corner of Magnolia, there's a neighborhood for that — check out Sterling Ridge.


What to do in Magnolia

Planet Beach is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.


Where to stay in Magnolia

George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the main hub for flights into Magnolia and the surrounding area.


Best times to visit Magnolia

What do February, January and August have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Magnolia. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 23% in February, 18% in January, and 18% in August, on average.


Nightlife in Magnolia

When the sun goes down in Magnolia, there's always a chance to get a taste of the local scene. Join the fray at GenuWine Tasting Room and Las Fuentes Mexican Restaurant & Bar, where you can dance and drink late into the night.


Where to eat in Magnolia

After shopping or sightseeing all day, a hearty meal may be in order. Break bread and rest your tired feet at Dickey's Barbecue Pit, Eden Cafe and Jax Burgers Fries & Shakes.


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Hilton Garden Inn North Houston Spring

Visiting family.

Very courteous staff, very clean, good food and very good exercise equipment and facility.

A verified traveler

3 months ago

5.0

The Westin At The Woodlands

Weekend on The Waterway

Perfect hotel room with great views and easy access to The Waterfront and Fountains area.

A verified traveler

3 weeks ago

5.0

Best Western Plus The Woodlands

Nice hotel friendly staff

This hotel was in a good location for me. It's located a a busy intersection but is set back far enough that traffic noises did not disturb my sleep. Nice breakfast and friendly staff.

A verified traveler

1 year ago

5.0

Hyatt Place Houston-Northwest / Cy-Fair

Great hotel

This was well worth the money. The hotel itself is very modern, which I really liked. It was very clean. They serve a breakfast each morning that was good too. Every morning was a 'themed' breakfast, which I didn't really go for the extras. But they always had eggs and bacon or sausage as a staple, so that's what I ate. Along with the cereals, breads, fruit, oatmeal and just a variety of other breakfast items. The cleaning staff was always friendly and ready to meet your needs. The rooms were comfortable. The beds are a comfortable pillow top mattress. And I loved the shades. Instead of the pull together curtains, which never actually pull all the way together and you'er stuck with that little slit of light. These were actual shades that pulled down and cut out the light if you want. Plus it had a semi see thru like screen I guess you could say that pulled down in front of the shade so the window had a covering. Four days into my stay I acquired very noisy neighbors. The TV was loud, they were playing music loudly and they would shout. I wouldn't have cared too much but this was 10:30 at night and they were going strong. The front desk was very accommodating, Jonathan in particular, and promptly changed my room when I requested it. Other then that night the hotel was very quiet. I'm guessing these people were 'partying', but when staying in a hotel surrounded by people, people need to be mindful of others. All the hotel staff were very friendly and accommodating.

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6 days ago