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Top attractions to visit in Houston are:
- The Houston Museum of Natural Science
- Minute Maid Park
- Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
- Children’s Museum of Houston
- Houston Zoo
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- Sightseeing Tour
- Houston CityPASS
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1. Hotel Zaza Houston Museum District 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Houston
Offering an outdoor pool, terrace, and poolside hotel has a spa centre and sauna, as well as an onsite restaurant., Hotel Zaza Houston Museum District is located in Houston, Texas, just 5 km from NRG Stadium. Featuring free WiFi, the
Each air-conditioned room comes with a flat-screen TV, refrigerator and minibar. Rooms offer hardwood floors, climate control and blackout drapery. Some units have a separate seating area, kitchenette, washing machine and dryer. Certain rooms include views of the pool or city. The private bathroom features a rain forest steam shower and bathrobes.
You will findat the property (only available on Friday and Saturday). The hotel also offers free use of bicycles and car hire.
This high-end hotel is a 2-minute walk from Hermann Park and 3 minutes on foot from Museum District light rail station.
Refined rooms with chandeliers and plush sofas feature free WiFi, iPod players, flat-screens and desks. Themed suites are available, including a French-inspired apartment and a SoHo-style loft; some offer kitchens.
A pantry with free coffee and tea is on each floor. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, an upscale spa and an exercise room. There’s also a sophisticated restaurant/lounge, a poolside bar and a grand ballroom.
This is a superb hotel as regards comfort, restaurant, facilities and location. It’s ideal for anybody doing business in Rice University, or the Medical Center, and it is directly adjacent to the wonderful Museum of Fine Arts – which merits a whole day visit.
My en-suite room was well appointed and comfortable in every way, The in-house restaurant is fairly priced and the cuisine of excellent quality – I had breakfast there each morning and dinner in the evening once. Staff are immensely helpful. The hotel courtesy cars are splendidly convenient for transportation within the genera area – and I particularly like the Texas Longhorn skulls on the grilles.
The hotel is exceptionally well appointed. It has grandeur and the staff are so friendly. I stayed in The Tycoon Suite and was greeted with a fresh bouquet of gorgeous flowers. The room had an incredible view of the Mecom Fountain and Hermann Park. The hotel is a great location for whatever you want to do around Houston.
We went to the Spa and the staff were so professional and the services were wonderful. The pool area is so pretty. We had lunch by the pool and it was great. When we got back into the room and there was a bottle of Veuve Clicquot. The entire experience was wonderful and I would highly recommend staying here.
Very pleasant, helpful lobby staff. Love the free shuttle to locations within a few miles of the hotel. Lively pool. Free coffee on every floor from early in the morning. Will definitely stay during next visit to Houston.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Zaza Houston Museum District?
This double room features a balcony with views of the Museum District. It also includes free WiFi and a flat-screen TV. A fridge stocked with snacks and drinks is provided.
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2. Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Houston
Featuring on-site dining options, this Houston hotel is located within 10 minutes’ walk from thecenter. Free shuttle service is provided to the and other locations within 4.8 km of the hotel. Free WiFi and an outdoor swimming pool are offered.
A flat-screen TV with premium cable channels is featured in the guest rooms at Royal Sonesta Hotel Houston. The rooms also come with a single-serve coffee machine and refrigerator.
Guests staying at Royal Sonesta will appreciate the 24-hour business centre with high-speed internet, as well as fax and photocopy services. The hotel also offers a fitness facility equipped with cardiovascular equipment and locker rooms.
Off I-610 in Uptown Houston, this sophisticated conference hotel is a 15-minute walk from the shopping at The Galleria and 7 miles from the Museum District.
Sleek, contemporary rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus coffeemakers and mini fridges. All suites have living areas, while some add whirlpool tubs and/or Keurig coffeemakers. Club level rooms offer access to a lounge with free weekday breakfast and evening appetizers.
Amenities include a chic restaurant with a chef’s table, a cocktail lounge and a coffee bar, plus an outdoor pool, a 24/7 gym, and a free local shuttle.
The gym is well equipped and quite busy at certain times of the day and the pool was reasonable size and well kept.
Apart from the shopping mall there was not a lot to see around the hotel and few restaurants within walking distance. Houston Art Museum is worth a visit.
How much does a room costs at Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria?
This air-conditioned room features a coffee maker and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The bathroom comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
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3. Hotel ICON, Autograph Collection 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Houston TX
Located just 1.6 km from Houston city centre, this luxury hotel is 5 minutes’ drive away from, home of the Houston Astros.
A flat-screen TV and an iPod docking station are found in each modern, decorative room of Hotel ICON, Autograph Collection. Some rooms also feature a view of the city or a spa bath.
Line & Lariat serves modern Texas cuisine in a casual setting with influence from area ranches. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A former bank built in 1911, this elegant member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection retains many original details (including the vault) and is a block from METRORail and bus stops, and a 10-minute walk from Downtown’s restaurants and shops.
The richly decorated rooms feature 42-inch flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, plus mini fridges and coffeemakers. Many have rainfall showers and clawfoot or whirlpool tubs. Suites offer separate sitting and dining areas.
A stately restaurant/bar serves 3 Texas-sourced meals daily and craft cocktails.
Finding an ideal charming hotel in Houston does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel ICON, Autograph Collection, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel ICON, Autograph Collection features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a fitness center and an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hotel ICON, Autograph Collection, parking is available.
Exceeded expectations. Great staff and location. The architecture of this property is beautiful. The corner room was great but the A/C lacked to keep the room cool, during the day. Absolutely loved the bathroom with the huge stand-in shower. Close to many restaurants and bars. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
. Never having been to Houston, we though a downtown location with restaurants and bars would be good and we were not disappointed. On Friday night there was a ton of activity on main street with lots of bars and restaurants and people out. It was much sleepier on Sunday.
The hotel itself is in an old bank and is beautiful building. The lobby area is stunning with its big safe and dramatic lights. We enjoyed the bartender as we had a drink at the bar to get started and then we went to settle into our rooms, Our room was spacious and had modern decorations.
The smell reminded me of old European hotels and it took me a minute to place it as mildew, it was a pretty strong smell. The beds were firm but comfortable and the shower had amazing water pressure. Our shower did not have anything along the bottom to keep the water from flowing out so showers basically flooded our bathroom but we adjusted and made it work, the pressure and temperature were heaven.
The best part of this hotel was the staff. Everyone was nice, helpful and welcoming. Every single interaction we had was positive and we really enjoyed the staff and our stay overall. If i ever had to stay in downtown Houston again, i would totally stay here.
The location is the best–in the heart of Downtown’s action and right next to the Metro Rail for easy access to the Museum District and Hermann Park. In a city known for modernity, the Icon has a gorgeous historic feel, from the massive colonnades of the airy lobby and restaurant to the period look of the rooms and public areas. The rooms are ample and luxe with delightful little touches, such as huge tiled walk-in showers, total blackout curtains (9 am will feel like 9 pm!), and powerful A/C–a huge plus in hot, humid Houston.
If only this hotel had a pool for the 90% of the year when it’s warm enough to swim! The sumptuous breakfast buffet in the Line & Lariat restaurant is well worth its $19 price tag (which includes all the fresh juice and coffee you want). For price, comfort, and service in Downtown Houston, you really can’t do better than the Hotel Icon.
How much does a room costs at Hotel ICON, Autograph Collection?
This suite has a seating area, flat-screen TV and air conditioning.
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