Where To Stay Downtown
Whether you’re traveling with the fam, racking up points on a business trip, or searching for a luxe stay/vacation, Downtown Houston’s wide variety of hotel options can be accessed and streamlined using our official hotel directory, which offers detailed property descriptions, special rates, and money-saving offers. From large, luxury hotels to intimate, boutique properties, our search feature can be used to filter the hotel directory by neighborhood, specific amenities, and price point.
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Nestled in the heart of Downtown, Hampton Inn | Homewood Suites offers affordable accommodations in the center of the action. Not only is the hotel walking distance from Downtown anchors like the George R. Brown Convention Center, Discovery Green, Minute Maid Park, and the Toyota Center; guests also can take advantage of a range of hotel amenities including free breakfast, outdoor pool access, and pet-friendly rooms. An added bonus: the hotel’s exterior is now home to the largest mural in Houston — clocking in at 13,000 square-feet — painted by internationally known muralist Dragon76.
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Who can resist a Texas-shaped lazy river and rooftop pool in the warm Houston sun? That and much more await at Marriott Marquis, a hub for family-friendly fun in the center of Downtown’s convention corridor. Guests can take advantage of the expansive hotel’s 1000-room inventory, suite of amenities, and acclaimed restaurant Xochi by James Beard Award-Winning chef, Hugo Ortega. Looking for a more intimate option for the full family? Downtown’s Embassy Suites provides guests with sweeping views and access to Discovery Green — a 12-acre park with water features, a children’s playground, restaurants and an amphitheater for live performances.
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Channel the creativity of Houston at boutique hotel options like The Lancaster, which not only provides a unique luxury experience in downtown’s vibrant Theater District, but also touts a historic 100-year legacy providing hospitality to the city of Houston. Nestled behind its doors — a curated collection of over 200 contemporary works of art by more than 100 internationally recognized and respected Texas artists, including noted artists Mark Flood, Terrell James, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Aaron Parazette, Margo Sawyer, and Donald Judd. The original 1912 Union National Bank Building houses Hotel Icon, a 135-room luxury hotel with a European flair. The space’s unique turn-of-the-century architecture is sure to provide the perfect backdrop for a few photo ops.
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For the discerning business traveler, Downtown Houston offers a collection of accommodations fully-outfitted for the corporate commuter. Outfitted with a skybridge connected to George R. Brown Convention Center, Hilton Americas-Houston dons a FedEx Office® Print & Ship Center alongside the largest Starbucks in Texas to keep you fueled throughout the workday. The 102-year-old Samuel F. Carter Building now sports the JW Marriott Houston Downtown, which has a direct connection to the underground tunnel system from the lobby; light rail connections to the George R. Brown Convention Center, Texas Medical Center and NRG Stadium; and easy access to all major highways. A Downtown Houston staple since 1963, The Whitehall’s business-friendly amenities include everything from in-room ergonomic work desks to a complimentary shuttle throughout the Downtown area