From A-wake to Z-z-z-z???Houston Gives a Good Night's Sleep

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.


Description – Houston Hotels

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.

Houston’s rich history is prevalent at The Magnolia Hotel, which was originally the home for the Houston Post Dispatch newspaper in 1926 and later became the corporate office for Shell Oil Company. In 2003, after extensive renovations, this luxury boutique hotel located downtown is acknowledged as one of the most impressive buildings in Houston. Combining classic architecture and modern design elements, the Alden Hotel is another luxury boutique option. Both hotels are in the heart of downtown Houston and near many popular tourist attractions.  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.

Omni Houston Hotel Westside


If you prefer an elegant room located in a quiet haven in Houston, head to the Katy Freeway and visit Omni Hotel & Resort at Westside. A peaceful water fountain greets visitors in the atrium of the lobby upon arrival and the welcoming staff...  Read More

Upper Kirby District
The Westin Galleria Houston


Within walking distance, guests of the Weston Galleria have shops, restaurants, and nightclubs at their fingertips. On site at the Weston hotel, guests can enjoy a restaurant, bar, rooftop pool, and a state-of-the-art WestinWORKOUT-- Gym. The...  Read More



The Icon Hotel is definitely on the list of Houston's finest downtown historic hotels. The Icon is a contemporary, luxury hotel and exclusive member to Marriot's Autograph Collection. It was originally built in 1911 when it served as the Union...  Read More

Museum District


Hotel ZaZa is a premiere boutique hotel located in the Museum District and is known for its "Magnificent Seven Suites." With catchy names like, "Rock Star," "Black Label," and "Fatal Charms," Hotel ZaZa out performs a standard suite by elevating...  Read More

Crowne Plaza Houston River Oaks


Four Seasons Hotel Houston


The Four Seasons in Houston doesn't quite compare to its Beverly Hills property, but fans of the Four will definitely feel the professional and sophisticated vibe that it is known for in the hospitality industry. Located near the George Brown...  Read More



The downtown Houston Magnolia Hotel building has had several important tenants since 1926, including the original Houston Post Dispatch newspaper. As one of the leading landmark hotels in Houston, the Magnolia opened in 2003 and featured over...  Read More


Meet 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...  More About Heather