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The Grand Tuscany Hotel
The Grand Tuscany Hotel
4 out of 5
12801 Northwest Fwy, Houston, TX
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs7,341 per night from 17 Jan to 18 Jan
3.9/5 Good! (738 reviews)
"I liked the layout of the property and the professionalism of the staff"

Reviewed on 5 Jan 2022

The Grand Tuscany Hotel
Club Quarters Hotel in Houston
Club Quarters Hotel in Houston
4 out of 5
720 Fannin Street, Houston, TX
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs8,709 per night from 21 Jan to 22 Jan
4.1/5 Very Good! (2,100 reviews)
"The location is amazing! We even got an upgrade for sharing that we were there for our 20th anniversary! Beautiful hotel!!"

Reviewed on 10 Jan 2022

Club Quarters Hotel in Houston
Marriott Marquis Houston
Marriott Marquis Houston
4 out of 5
1777 Walker Street, Houston, TX
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs14,015 per night from 13 Feb to 14 Feb
4.2/5 Excellent! (964 reviews)
"We stayed on New Year’s Eve and enjoyed our stay. Great room, clean. We stayed for the pool which sadly was not worth it : it’s stated that the pool is heated but it wasn’t (lukewarm at best) which wasn’t very comfortable with the crazy wind you get that high up and it didn’t seem super clean. The ..."

Reviewed on 12 Jan 2022

Marriott Marquis Houston
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Houston Holiday Packages

Known for its beef, oil and gas industry, ‘H Town’ buzzes with creative energy too. Ballet and theatre happily coexist with rodeos and gridiron. 

Named after General Sam Houston, the first President of the Republic of Texas, the city was founded on the banks of the Buffalo Bayou in 1837. Thanks to successful port and railroad industries and the discovery of oil in 1901, it‘s enjoyed decades of prosperity. Today, only New York has more Fortune 500 companies. 

Many of the city’s best attractions lie within easy reach of Downtown. Head to the Museum District where the Houston Museum of Fine Arts and the Menil Collection both have works by Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. Stroll the tranquil grounds of Hermann Park, which has the Houston Zoo and the Downtown Aquarium

A civic passion for sport and a temperate climate year-round makes Houston a good destination to explore the outdoors. Head to Discovery Green for playgrounds and bike trails. Eight miles (13 kilometres) west of Downtown, Memorial Park has more expansive running and biking trails and a golf course. While there, drop by the Houston Arboretum and Nature Centre and stroll through nature walks or enjoy some quiet time in one of the special gardens. Stimulate your sight, sound and smell in the Carol Tatkon Sensory Garden or get some hands-on education about Houston's flora and fauna in the Discovery Room.

Science enthusiasts should take the 40-minute drive to NASA’s Space Centre Houston. The Centre has decommissioned space craft and artifacts, and a tour that goes through the old Mission Control areas. 

For family-oriented fun, drive 50 miles (80 kilometres) to The Moody Gardens theme park on Galveston Island. The Kemah Boardwalk is a little closer, but still by the sea. Stroll the promenade, dine, shop or take a ride on the Ferris Wheel, Carousel or Wipeout. If it’s hot, cool off at popular Splashtown, which is an easy drive north of Downtown.

Relive the battle for Texan Independence 20 miles (32 kilometres) east of Downtown at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site. Here you’ll find the world’s tallest monument tower and the Battleship Texas

Houston may be big, but friendly locals give it a small-town vibe.

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