About Houston, TX Hotels
Houston, known for its multiplicity, doesn’t fall short on places to stay offering travelers a wide range of luxury boutiques, high-rise hotels, and affordable budget motel chains. Whether it’s business or pleasure, ocean view or skyline scenery or simply, a comfortable bed, Houston delivers rooms to fit any budget.
Downtown’s tallest hotel, the Hyatt Regency Hotel offers convenience to Houston’s most popular attractions, or choose to stay in a cozy bed & breakfast like the popular Robin’s Nest Bed and Breakfast Inn near Montrose’s Museum District. If hearing the ocean first thing in the morning is your cup of tea, the reasonable Best Western Plus Seawall Inn & Suites by the Beach might wet your whistle. Older, historic hotels, like the Lancaster Hotel built in 1926, offer guests a luxurious look back at the days of old. Hip and trendier establishments like Hotel ZaZa Houston hits a sensual hot spot for travelers. Nightlife, great food, popular tourist attractions and of course, a decent thread count, puts Houston’s diverse destination scene at the top of the list.
About Heather J. Taylor
Heather J. Taylor grew up an “Army Brat” with her family roots deeply grounded in Texas. When she was twenty, she moved to London on scholarship to study performing arts at Regent's College and The Poor School of Acting. She worked oversea in marketing and public relations while continuing to build her entertainment career.
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