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Heights House Hotel Ascend Hotel Collection - Houston - Bedroom
$139+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Hyatt Place Houston Downtown - Houston - Bedroom
Hyatt Place Houston Downtown
8.5 Very good
Downtown$230+
$230+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
The Lancaster Hotel
9.3 Wonderful
Downtown$438+
$438+
Free Wi-Fi
Hyatt Regency Houston
8.7 Very good
Downtown$355+
$355+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Sonesta Es Suites Houston Galleria
8.2 Very good
Uptown$157+
$157+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
La Colombe D'or Hotel
9.1 Wonderful
Montrose$576+
$576+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Hyatt Regency Houston West
8.1 Very good
Northwest Houston$160+
$160+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
JW Marriott Houston Downtown
8.5 Very good
Downtown$463+
$463+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Spa
Hotel Zaza Houston Memorial City
9 Wonderful
Westside$338+
$338+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
The Westin Houston Downtown
8.9 Very good
Downtown$443+
$443+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly

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Hilton Americas-Houston - Houston - Lobby
Hilton Americas-Houston
8.9 Very good
Downtown$348+
$348+
Pool
Spa
Holiday Inn Houston Downtown - Houston - Patio
Holiday Inn Houston Downtown
8.5 Very good
Downtown$216+
$216+
Free Wi-Fi
Marriott Marquis Houston
8.5 Very good
Downtown$577+
$577+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool

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The 10 best hotels in Houston

Discover the top hotels in Houston handpicked by local expert Charu Suri.
Charu Suri
December 6, 2023

True to its character and diversity, Houston is an intellectual paradise: from NASA to several world-class museums you can be both enlightened and educated in this city. I visit Houston often with my family, and am always delighted by the fact that hotels here cater to kids and adults alike (water slides, for instance, coexist on the same property with cool cocktail bars). With well over 800 hotels, The Bayou City has no shortage of options when it comes to lodging, from luxury to boutique hotels. If you’re a value seeker like I am, there are plenty of budget accommodations that will be easy on the wallet; but ever so often, I splurge on lavish digs that make me feel like royalty so I’ve included some of these in my expert picks below. The best hotels in Houston list covers my top picks discovered on my repeat trips to this city.

1.

The Lancaster Hotel

Address:

701 Texas Street

Price:

$202-1765/night

I make an effort to find places right in the heart of a city because that’s where I feel most alive. One of my top choices, especially when I’m looking to treat myself, is The Lancaster Hotel, one of the luxury hotels in downtown Houston.
This hotel is a treat for architecture enthusiasts who will love the Regency-style interiors. However, it’s not style over substance at the Lancaster, which boasts over a century of service and hospitality. The hotel’s intimate vibe means you’ll feel perfectly at home in any of its 93 unique rooms. Spacious artist suites that come with a separate living room are perfect to evoke the muse.
But perhaps the loveliest room of all is the Playwright Penthouse Suite, which features arched windows and a built-in bookcase that holds a variety of literature, from poetry to manuscripts.

2.

Blossom Hotel Houston

Address:

7118 Bertner Avenue

Price:

$59-427/night

When I travel, I like to embrace my inner foodie. So, it’s natural that one of my picks for top hotels in Houston is the Blossom Hotel, a lunar-inspired boutique hotel perfect for culinary-conscious travelers. The new 13th-floor restaurant, Hibiscus, which offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, is an ode to farm-to-table fusion cuisine.
Dishes like chili wontons, artisanal salads, and salmon will appeal to the wellness-minded. The rooms are particularly spacious and sunlit, pet-friendly (because no one wants to leave their furry friend at home!), and feature high-end amenities.
I love testing the gym in just about every place I go, and this hotel checks all the boxes on that front, with a fitness center outfitted by Peloton. It’s the perfect place to work up an appetite!

3.

The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston

Address:

1600 West Loop South

Price:

$572-1062/night

If you’re looking for somewhere extra special to rest your head, book a room at The Post Oak Hotel. Located in uptown Houston and spread across 10 acres, it’s the city’s only AAA Five Diamond property. The first thing you’ll notice when you walk into the lobby is the vast Swarovski crystal chandelier sparkling above your head, perfectly in keeping with the hotel’s elegant ambience.
The 250 rooms are just as refined, with plush furnishings and high-end amenities. Those looking to really splash out should go for the two-level Penthouse Suite, which comes with its own private elevator.
Make sure you visit the well-equipped spa during your stay, where cutting-edge treatments include a session with a “biohacking” facial machine – the only one in Texas – which exfoliates, brightens, and smooths in just one session.

4.

Hyatt Regency Houston

Address:

1200 Louisiana Street

Price:

$199-882/night

When it comes to rooms with a view, this hotel doesn’t disappoint. Situated just steps away from key downtown attractions, including the Houston Grand Opera and Sam Houston Park, you’re surrounded by all of the city’s main sights. Due to its proximity to the George R. Brown Convention Center, it’s very popular with the business crowd, but leisure travelers love it too thanks to its stylish suites and heated outdoor pool.
You won’t go hungry here: there are plenty of dining options to choose from, including my top pick, Shula’s Steak House (founded by football coaching legend Don Shula), which has an excellent menu and selection of craft beer.
If that doesn’t do the trick, there are two more onsite restaurants: the chic LobbiBar for cocktails and hand-crafted dishes, and Einstein Bros. Bagels for a quick snack on-the-go.

5.

Intercontinental Houston Medical Center

Address:

6750 Main Street

Price:

$162-498/night