"Very stylish boutique hotel with nice size rooms. "
We chose this hotel because it allows dogs. It's a good looking fairly large hotel with a great location. They provided nice amenities and all the staff was very helpful. The rooftop pool is small but a nice benefit.
Traveller from Dallas
Housed in a 1926 building, this renovated high-rise hotel is in the downtown historic district of Houston, within 8 blocks of …More
Club Quarters gives the impression it's an older hotel that had been recently updated. Bonus points for style, self-checkout and check-in. Minus points for no mini fridge, sparse toiletries, and confusing/frustrating parking in the area (that is not included with the price of your stay).
Traveller from Fairfax, VA
Club Quarters Hotel in Houston is a full-service hotel designed for business travelers, in downtown Houston. A short walk …More
My family stayed here for a night before a doctor appt the next morning. The staff was wonderful and made sure to my daughter felt extra special. The room was clean and updated. My daughter was very excited the television had satellite and not cable tv and the channel she watches was available (usually it is not in hotels). There is a $29 fee to valet park, which is your only parking option but we were aware of this before booking.
Traveller from East Texas
Located in Downtown Houston, this romantic hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Houston Public Library, Toyota Center, and Downtown …More
Staff was welcoming and assisted with making us comfortable. Parking is an inconvenience, it's metered unless available out front. Highly recommended if your in the area for a Rockets game. Rooms were clean. Just be aware sound travels throughout hall.
Located in Downtown Houston, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of House of Blues Houston and Toyota Center. Minute Maid …More
Very nice hotel.. Room very roomy and comfortable.. Bathroom huge with huge walk in shower and jetted tubwith dual sinks on corner with beautiful view of downtown Houston.. The staff super friendly and very helpful... Very conveniently located for downtown Houston attractions.. The only problem was there was a piece of soap wrapper left in shower from previous guest... But excellent other then that
Traveller from H
Built in 1911 as a bank, this stately downtown building—reborn as a trendsetting hotel in 2004—has a prime location in …More
Banking and oil giants lend their name to downtown Houston’s skyscrapers. Key attractions here include the Theater District, the Toyota Center, Minute Maid Park, and Downtown Aquarium. With more than 40 institutions, the Texas Medical Center occupies the area south of downtown. Also south of downtown are the Houston Zoo, Reliant Stadium, and the Astrodome.