Our room was very roomy with big bright Windows which were nice with our partial construction view. Rooftop view is gorgeous day or night! Bed was very comfortable. Bath toiletries were really great, especially body soap. Breakfast was delicious although not much variety. Complimentary drinks and cookies were definitely a plus. Overall great place to stay.
Traveller from Conroe, Tx
Housed in a 1926 building, this renovated high-rise hotel is in the downtown historic district of Houston, within 8 blocks of …More
Check in efficient and very friendly. Door staff impeccable and even offered to drive us to the convention center to pick up marathon packet. Room was perfect. It was clear the hotel had geared up for the Houston Marathon and did a great job of it.
The only downside and reason for 4 stars, not 5, was a disappointing meal at Quattro. In this regard service was bad (inattentive and incomplete) and the $32 "create your own pasta bar" and desert buffet was meager salad offerings, two types of pasta (nothing "create your own" about it) - spinach ravioli and gnocchi, and "dessert" was some cookies and bread pudding.
For $32 would have expected MUCH much more, and much better service.
Traveller from Houston Texas
Four Seasons Hotel Houston is in the city center, a half-hour drive from the airport yet with easy access to the tranquil …More
Stayed one night for a Houston getaway with my love and had an amazing experience. Nice staff and absolute loved the bar setup. Only downfall the breakfast was HORRIBLE. the bacon was burnt to the crisp, the syrup had a weird after taste, the toast was soggy and the eggs were dry oppose to scramble. I'm a big breakfast and eater and was extremely disappointed with the $80 breakfast. Otherwise the hotel was amazing and in a great location.
Located in downtown Houston's revitalized historical district, this 200-room hotel sits diagonally across the street from the …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.