Comfort Inn Houston West

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

715 Hwy 6 S, Houston, Texas, 77079, United States
Quality Inn & Suites West - Energy Corridor
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
36%
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Very Good
9%
1
Average
9%
1
Poor
27%
3
Terrible
18%
2

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Costs 22% less but rated 33% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples0
  • Solo0
  • Business40

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Safe Areas/Apartments near LBJ Hospital (north of 610 loop)

by Dark_Rain

I'm a small single female getting ready to relocate to Houston for a year to work at hospitals. I don't know much about the area, but enough to know that traffic is a hassle and getting around requires a lot of patience and caution. I will be spending the most of my time working at LBJ Hospital, right north of the 610 loop, with some months at the Texas Medical Center. Right now, my main concern is safety, as I've heard from people in Houston about the increasing crime, especially after the influx of Hurricane Katrina victims. I'm from a small town, and this is my first time renting an apartment. My main concerns are safety within a reasonable cost (<$700) for a one bedroom. I don't mind driving to TMC, but hope to find an apartment at least close to LBJ so gas prices won't break the bank for me. I don't mind having things in walking distance, that's what a car is for. Any help on this would be wonderful.

RE: Safe Areas/Apartments near LBJ Hospital (north of 610 loop)

by bocmaxima

LBJ Hospital is pretty isolated, and the neighborhoods close to it are not great, and the apartments are just awful.
It should be easy to find something inside the loop for under $700, and then you would have a pretty easy commute, or could even take the bus. The Heights would be pretty easy, has nice apartments, and is only a few miles away on 610.
Unfortunately, most of Houston's good areas are to the west, so you're limited on where you could live. I-45 South near Beltway 8 is a pretty good area, but a bit of a drive to LBJ. Another option is to live in Atascosita (FM 1960 near Lake Houston), and drive down Lake Houston/CE King Parkway to 90, or live in Crosby and drive in on US 90, but both those are pretty long commutes.

HTH

RE: Safe Areas/Apartments near LBJ Hospital (north of 610 loop)

by micshe

Hi,
I'm renting an one bedroom apartment lcoated in Katy on S Mason Rd. now. About 8 minutes drive to I-10. However, I got a job offer somewhere else. so I have to break my lease. I am looking for somebody to take over my lease. It is a very nice, clean, safe and gated apartment complex. It has washer, dryer and granite counter tops in the unit. Amenities including movie theatre, swimming pool, exercise room, car wash and business center. I am paying $760 per month now and have 5 months of lease left. If you are interested in continue my lease, I will give you a better rate than if you rent directly from them. The apartment can be available June 1 or we can work something out. please contact me at 713-837-7762 if you are interested.

Thanks,

Michael

Travel Tips for Houston

Rice Stadium

by H-TownJourneyman

Built back in 1950, Rice Stadium is the grandfather of major sports venues in Houston. The stadium seats over 76,000 people, and is the biggest open-air stadium in the city. It has seen many events over it's 50 years, including of course Rice University football games, many pro football games including the Super Bowl VIII in 1974, boxing matches, music concerts, and endless others. Sadly over the past few years with the construction of bigger and better stadiums with retractable roofs, Rice Stadium sees more vacant days than ever before. But it is still one of the greatest places to watch a football game in the state of Texas, and offers some spectacular views of the city when atop it.

New place

by Angelamtp1 about Belvedere

Belvedere is the newest addition to Houston, and has been the talk of the town 3 months before the opening last week. Plush colofull furniture, the "in" crowd, patio, and right next to Chammps!
Should be decent for about a month Dress nice

STEAKS

by texas_bravo about Taste of Texas

One of the best steak places in town, however like the BBQ situation it's hard to pick your favorite. I like Taste of Texas partly because it's what I was raised on, great steaks, baked potatoes and huge salad bar. Please no vegetarians!

Good Wine list. 22 oz Porterhouse, one of the best steak cooked by mankind. It will leave begging to come back in 5 days once you've digested the whole thing.

The Houston Museum of Natural Science is very good

by Stargazer1

I enjoy this museum, and recommend it to new people to town. The Cullen Hall exhibit has the world's largest collection of display-quality gems/minerals. Spectacular (and as an avid mineral collector, I appreciate this). It has some of the nicest specimens I've seen -- lots of Elbaite (Tourmaline -- also called Rainbow or Watermelon Tourmeline), apophyllites from India, including the largest sky-blue Cavansite specimen I've seen, calcites, copper, gold, etc.
They added two huge vault doors, and opened the ?(forgot his name) and Sue Smith Gem Vault. Gems from all over, many from Minais Gerais, Brazil. There's 1,500+ carat Star Rose Quartz from Madagascar. The star-like reflectance is chayotancy. Several gems here exhibit that, there's an opal from Australia that has all the colors of the rainbow.
The Weiss Energy Hall has a lot of excellent exhibits on energy, including a holographic geologist, and a geovater where you "travel" down a borehole 7000 feet, frac the well, and ride the gusher back to the top of the well. I thought it would be hokey, but it was pretty well done. Great for kids. There's two IMAX screens, with three+ shows rotating daily. The Cockrell Butterfly exhibit is very good, and so is the Burke Baker Planetarium.
Recently, there was a very good new dinosaur exhibit, with new specimens from the U.S., China, and S. America, and Body Worlds 3.
Body Worlds 3 ran through or Sept., and is exhibits in which the artist/creator has taken cadavers and sliced off skin or muscles or bone, etc. and then immersed the corpse in plasticene so you can see amazing details. There are diseased as well as normal organs -- smoker's lung, emphysema lung, enlarged heart, tumors, etc. Most of the corpses are male, there are a few animals, and there are two women, one a young gymnast showing the musculature and facial structures. One is of a man on a horse, and he holds the horse's brain in his left hand and his own brain (about twice as large) in his right hand. Very popular exhibit.

The Kemah Boardwalk on...

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The Kemah Boardwalk on Galveston Bay has become one of the area's biggest attractions. Less than 40 minutes from south of downtown, the Boardwalk and surrounding aea have an entertaining mix of restaurants, shops, hotels and amusement rides. It's a great place to spend an afternoon or evening enjoying the waterfont sights and sounds, browsing in the shops, and satisfying your appetite for seafood.

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 Comfort Inn Houston West

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Address: 715 Hwy 6 S, Houston, Texas, 77079, United States