Courtyard By Marriott Houston Northwest

11050 Louetta Road, Houston, Texas, 77070, United States
Courtyard by Marriott Houston Northwest
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Being sent to Houston for 30 days- Advice.

by Tunnelhell

I'll be in Houston for 30 days and I've read the postings on good places to stay and places to avoid. However the work is do usually puts me in the worst areas of town. Can anyone help me on what dangers are most common and things/places to steer clear from all together. Mind you I've worked some rough places like Baltimore, D.C., Chicago, and (cringe) Philly. Just looking to get informed before I show up. Thanks

Re: Being sent to Houston for 30 days- Advice.

by bocmaxima

5th Ward is pretty bad. It's along US 59 North from I-10 north to about 610. There's a housing project just below the 59/10 interchange that's really bad.
The area just north of Downtown along Main is also pretty bad.
The southwest side, especially along Fondren and Hillcroft, south of Braeswood is really bad.
Gulfton (just west of City of Bellaire) isn't great, but is okay during the day.
Most of the area along I-10 between 59 and 610 is pretty bad.
A larger portion of the southeast side is really bad. Especially the area just south of Braes Bayou, east of 288 and north of 610, along OST, Griggs, MLK and Cullen.
It's typical dangers: getting robbed, car broken into, possible violence. Just use common sense and avoid walking alone at night, etc. Car jackings happen but aren't really that common in Houston.
Areas of Chicago and Philadelphia are much worse than you'll find anywhere in Houston though. I haven't been to Baltimore though.

Re: Being sent to Houston for 30 days- Advice.

by TXgal

Pretty much just be smart and aware of your surroundings. If you want to e-mail me directly and give specifics on where you will be I can give you more info on that area.

Re: Being sent to Houston for 30 days- Advice.

by ATXtraveler

Just stay near the Galleria and you will be fine. The most that may happen is an accidental makeover by a Paris Hilton wannabe if you turn into the wrong drive thru!

Re: Being sent to Houston for 30 days- Advice.

by Tunnelhell

Thanks All for the advice.... I'm staying in the Galleria area and having a pretty good time in Houston. I may even extend my stay if the company permits. Thanks again- Rick

Travel Tips for Houston

Fountains and Monuments

by MarvintheMartian

Just driving around Houston's roads and you are bound to pass a few fountains and monuments. This fountain is close to Hermann Park.

Of course if you only drive on the hugh freeways then all you'll see is the concrete jungle!

most famous mall in town

by John_P_LSU about The Galleria Shopping Center

An architectural and commercial landmark, this have-it-all mall is the center of Houston's shopping community. Its where all my friends and relatives want to go at least once during their visit.

Besides the array of stores (more than 300), this retail mecca also contains a mammoth ice rink (great when its 96-deg F outside), quite a few restaurants, office towers and two hotels--the Westin Oaks and Westin Galleria.

Inspired by Milan, Italy's classic Galleria of the 1860s, Houston's Galleria began in the 1960s as an exclusive group of cafes and boutiques inside a glass-covered atrium. Since that time, it has developed its own distinctive character, undergoing several expansions and improvements over the past three decades. It steadily attracts a multitude of tourists and locals. With upscale names like Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue, you'd think everything might cost a fortune. Some of it does--but rest assured, there are plenty of bargains to be had for the dedicated browser. Popular shops on the premises include J. Crew, Betsey Johnson, Emporio Armani and Old Navy.

Dumplings and Noodles

by americantofu about Santong Snacks

when you walk in, you'll note that the whole place seats less than 40, but don't let that fool you... santong is THE dumpling powerhouse of houston.

the menu is bilingual and along the wall, with stated prices.

dumplings and noodles are made in house. pork dumplings, beef noodle soup, fried pork chops with rice are my favorites.

you're not here if you want to lose weight. you want to live once, and go smiling.

BBQ True To Texas!

by H-TownJourneyman about Goode Company Barbecue

Another great one in the local chain of Goode Company restaurants, Goode Company BBQ serves up some of the city's best BBQ. There are 2 locations in Houston, but since I frequent the location on Kirby, as well as prefer it, this is the one I am writing in regards to. The restaurant has a very "Texas" feel inside, with a slew of old decorations in honor of the state's proud history. Lots of pictures and paintings of Texas' past adorn the walls, as well as such items as old Texas license plates, beer bottles, and of course, a huge stuffed deer's bust. There is very limited seating inside, but tables are outside as well on the larger patio. The food most definately fits right into place with the decor. True Texas BBQ is what you came for, and it is what you will get. BBQ chicken, brisket, sausage, ribs, and turkey are smoked to perfection, and then covered in a thick & delicious sauce that spices up and livens up the taste. You can taste the delicious mesquite flavor in every dish that is served up here. And for side items? Well lets just say that the cole slaw, potato salad, jambalaya, jalapeno corn bread, and baked beans are so good your mouth will be begging for more, even if your stomach is completely full! And if somehow you can spare just a little extra room in that belly of yours, some of the best pecan pie you have ever tasted is waiting for you. Good Luck! :) The Turkey Sausage, and Austin Baked Beans! To die for!

Houston Livestock & Rodeo

by CLillard

The world's largest rodeo and a yearly Houston tradition (for 40 years). In 2003 it was held February 20-March 16. Each night features a different music artist. The rodeo show also includes roping events, barrel racing, steer wrestling, bareback, bull and saddle bronc riding. In between events, the clowns will do something or they will get some audience participation. Outside they have other events such as livestock competitions, other shows, carnival, lots of food, etc. If you want to see real cowboys, this is the event for you. And if you're like me and you're not very interested in cowboys, I still like the music concert (I saw Duran Duran a few years ago) and carnival.


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Address: 11050 Louetta Road, Houston, Texas, 77070, United States