Great hotel. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Food was great, even got chocolate covered strawberries and champagne on the house for my birthday. Only negative was housekeeping didn't throw trash away when cleaning the room.
Traveller from Berkeley
Just off I-10, this contemporary hotel with an atrium lobby is located in the West Houston Energy Corridor, home to numerous …More
My only complaint is the walls are extremely thin so I could hear the conversation someone was having next door! Also people walking through the hallway was like they were in my room. Everything else was great! Just kind of annoyed I could hear the neighbors, I've never had this problem in a hotel before.
Traveller from R
Located in Galleria, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Williams Tower and The Galleria. Memorial Park is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) away.More
I travel extensively, and in Houston this hotel has become my Go-To place to stay, even for one night. Rooms are "roomy", and for a boutique hotel the staff makes every effort for you to be comfortable. Someone wrote in a prior review that Granduca is quiet - I agree. I also agree the workout area is a bit small - but it is adequate. It is across the street from a little Uptown shopping and dining area. I also like it is close to the Galleria but away from the crazy traffic in West Houston. Nice bar and quaint restaurant. The back patio by the pool is great for a drink or even dinner later in the evening. I will be back!
Traveller from Omaha
This family-friendly Houston hotel is located in the entertainment district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Uptown Park and Houston …More
When we arrived we confirmed our stay with the staff the office looked clean staff was nice, The room was good only thing we I could tell that bed is more then 10 years old which did not feel comfortable beside that the room was clean we had Coffey a microwave and a very cold fridge.
Traveller from J
Located in Westchase, this hotel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Lakeside Country Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of Town and Country …More
Also known as Harris County Improvement District #4, the Energy Corridor Management District was created by the Texas State Legislature in 2001. Comprised of 1,500 acres, the Energy Corridor extends along both sides of Interstate 10 from Tully to east of Park 10 Boulevard and along North Eldridge Parkway from Interstate 10 to south of Briar Forest.