Houston’s trendy inner-loop area continues to evolve with the addition of La Maison in Midtown. Created by Houston attorney Genora Boykins and her biz partner Sharon Owens, the urban bed and breakfast provides a cozy, $2 million respite for travelers and locals looking to unwind in the city.
Inspired by the architecture of New Orleans, the three-story B&B features seven unique and well-appointed guest rooms—all accessible via elevator—that offer amenities like whirlpool tubs, walk-in showers, flat-screen TVs, bath robes, wi-fi and great views of the downtown skyline. On the second level, there's also a 310-square-foot conference room available for private business meetings. Downstairs, a parlor, living room and dining room area lends to the property’s cozy, at-home vibe and plays host to a daily, Southern-style breakfast.
La Maison in Midtown is surrounded by some of Houston's finest dining and entertainment venues with easy access to the Theater District, all of Houston's major sporting venues, premier colleges and universities, as well as some of Houston’s best shopping areas.
- Included on BedandBreakfast.com's list of the World's 10 Best Urban Bed and Breakfasts (2012).
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- Double Rooms: 7
- Total Rooms: 7
- Suites: 2
- ADA Accessible Rooms: 1
- No. Miles from GRB Convention Center: 2
- No. Miles from Reliant Park: 7
- ADA Accessible:
- Total Sq. Ft. 310
- Reception Capacity 16
- Number of Rooms 1
- Suites 2
- Sleeping Rooms 7