We stayed at this hotel as part of a package from Buffalo to watch the Bluejays play the Astros. There is not one bad thing I can say about the hotel. The breakfast buffet had a decent variety and was fresh. There was an American Legion conference going on in town at the time and the hotel was quite busy but this did not seem to have an impact on the quality of our stay at all. No extra noise or lack of anything. Probably made it more fun :) The cookie bar was a neat idea and they were even tastier than Double Tree cookies. At least there was a variety. We only made the happy hour get together once, before the ball game. Nice little start to the evening. If I was forced to choose something negative I'd say the rooftop pool was small but it's not like there was space for a bigger one and I wasn't there to swim. The gym was pretty decent too. All in all this was an amazing hotel. The rooms were spacious and clean, the beds comfortable, and all the little perks were great. I'd definitely recommend this to anybody.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This boutique hotel in downtown Houston, Texas offers accommodations for leisure travel and extended stay guests, as well as space for meetings, wedding receptions, conferences, and special events. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Houston Magnolia Hotel