Best Western Windsor Suites

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

13371 FM 1960 West Highway 6, Houston, Texas, 77065, United States
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Average
22%
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 43% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples75
  • Solo100
  • Business35

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Relocation to Houston from LA

by sachin01

Hi guys,

I am trying to find out good neighbourhood and good school district to relocate to Houston from LA by March 1st .Please Could anyone tell me how the school districts work and the cut off date for appropriate age for kindergarten enrollment because I have 2 sons of age 7 and age 3 - March and October born respectively. We live in El Segundo near LAX at present which is a quite and family oriented neighbourhood where parents actively involve in kids activities and school's activities.My son plays Little league and now I need to pull him out because of our relocation . He is totally devastated by this. I told him that Houston too has little league and I could enroll him there(Hope I am right).

My husband will be joining continental airlines at airport and so we are looking a good school district and safe neighbourhood close to GWB airport (or) atleast if it is reasonably far , the commuting should be reasonable time as my husband's job demands odd hours and long hours. He hates to drive for long time when he is stressed out.

At the same time i do not want to compromise on kids education and activities and safe neighbourhood.

So please advice me in regard to my needs.

Thanks


Radhika

RE: Relocation to Houston from LA

by bocmaxima

For neighborhoods close to Intercontinental, look at The Woodlands (Conroe ISD), Kingwood (Humble ISD) and Atascosita (Humble ISD).
All are very nice, large, kid-friendly, master-planned communities about 30 minutes from the airport. A lot of Continental employees live in Kingwood.
The only areas like El Segundo in Houston are in the central area, which are all a little far from the airport and very expensive.
The areas right by Intercontinental are pretty awful though (Aldine, Greenspoint, Westfield), and you probably won't be able to find anything closer than 20-30 minutes away.

RE: Relocation to Houston from LA

by Stargazer1

The previous response is correct. Kingwood is nice, but so is the Woodlands, and they have several superior rated schools (high school level, not sure about elementary and middle school, but you can check that pretty easily online). Little League is not a problem -- available pretty much in all three neighborhoods. We personally live in Sugar Land (First Colony to be more precise), for the schools and quiet subdivisions, but it would be pretty far to the airport (about 55 miles, or just over an hour when there is light traffic), so you probably don't want to consider this neck of the woods. If you like wooded surroundings, the Woodlands and Kingwood are great.

RE: RE: Relocation to Houston from LA

by sachin01

Thanks to you both for highlighting the neighbourhoods suitable to my needs.

1.Now could any of you tell me which neighbourhood - kingwood, humble,woodlands or any closer to airport has Blueribbon schools.

2. What would be the best rental price for an 2 bedroom apartment in these neighbourhoods and how much we could pay reasonably for a basic amenities.

3. I found that T.H.Rogers elementary school as one of the best schools in Houston ISD. Also i read in one of the replies to another request for relocation that part of Kingwood comes under city of Houston, does it come under Houston ISD.

4. what would be the price range to own a new built house of 4 bed and 2 bath with yard etc. in the above said neighbourhoods.

Please let me know so I could come over in person in the last week of FEB and see those neighbourhoods and schools and finalise my apartment to move by Mar 1st.

thanks,

Radhika

Travel Tips for Houston

Reliant Stadium

by H-TownJourneyman

Reliant Stadium is Houston's premiere location for watching live sporting events and concerts. It is home to the National Football League's Houston Texans, the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, and various other show's and events throughout the year. The stadium , which was completed in 2002, is 1 of 4 facilities located within Reliant Park. It was the first stadium in the National Football League to have a retractable roof, and with a seating capacity of almost 70,000, it dwarfs it's predecessor, the Houston Astrodome, which is located right next door. In February of 2004, it was host to Super Bowl XXXVIII, and the infamous Janet Jackson halftime "wardrobe malfunction". It is an excellent place to watch a live event, whether the roof is open or not!

Looking For Country Nightlife? Heres A Place

by H-TownJourneyman about Goode's Armadillo Palace

This is one of those streotypical Texas bars/nightclubs that people outside of Texas think is all Texas has to offer in regards to nightlife. It is actually run by the Goode family, which also has several restaurants here in town. Live country music bands play here frequently, and the decor is Texan through & through: lots of pictures of cowboys and western items such as cattle skulls and lassos. You'll find a mostly "Texan" crowd here, jeans, cowboy boots, and cowboy hats are quite frequent. But you will also see others dressed in a more trendy style. Beer is big here, as you would expect. A long list of domestic and imported beers are available, but if you are in the mood for a mixed drink, they have a huge bar that is fully stocked! They also have a menu of mostly Texas food specialties: Chicken Fried Steak, Chili, and sausage among others. The small patio outside has tables to sit down at and relax. All & all, a good country bar, and a good place to go if you are looking for that Texan feel. Typically there is a cover charge of $3 on the weekend nights. No real dress code, although you will find most people in jeans and cowboy boots.

Los Gallitos

by Ewingjr98

Los Gallitos, or the rooster, is one of my uncle's favorite Mexican restaurants in Texas, so he was glad to take us here when we requested some good Mexican food. My father had the chicken and steak fajitas and I had a burrito combo meal. I don't remember what my uncle had, but our total bill was just $37 including 2 beers and a lemonade...not bad considering we all left the place stuffed. The decor here is entirely comprised of roosters of various shapes and sizes. The restaurant is clean and modern.

Houston Museum of Natural Science

by leafmcgowan

Found my way to the Museum District in Downtown Houston. Very nicely organized, and appeared traffic congested, but somehow found easy parking off Hermann Drive and wandered through the Houston Garden Center into Houston Museum of Natural Science. Large building with lots of exhibits ... Imax, The Cockrell Butterfly Center, Live Insect Zoo, Burke Baker Planetarium (and rides), George Observatory, Paleontology, Gems & Minerals, Energy, Texas Wildlife, Malacology, African Wildlife, The Americas, Chemistry, Discovery Place, Earth Forum, Space Science, The Pendulum, and Egypt. Special Exhibit on Gold ith an Imax to accompany it. So I selected that admission. $12 - Gold Exhibit, All Exhibits, and the Imax screening of "Gold Rush". Wandered around the Exhibits ... very nicely done. Really enjoyed "Egypt", Paleontology, and Gems & Minerals in the regular exhibit halls. I'll review about the Gold Exhibit in the next post. I really enjoyed the giant Pendulum they have extending several floors and acting like a 24 hour clock knocking over pegs to mark time. Unfortunately didn't have the amount of time I really need to go through the whole museum. I would place this Museum amongst one of the better Natural Science Museums I've been to.
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.

The Galleria is Houstons...

by tarush

The Galleria is Houstons largest malls and one of those places you can shop til' ya drop...!!! Divided into three parts, the Galleria is home to a variety of stores and restaurants.. In the center of it all is a wonderful ice-skating rink.

The picture here shows Galleria 1 which has the ice-skating rink in it.

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Address: 13371 FM 1960 West Highway 6, Houston, Texas, 77065, United States