Days Inn Hotel

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

9535 Katy Fwy, Houston, Texas, 77024, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 27% more than similarly rated 1 star hotels

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FREEDOM OVER TEXAS

by DKAPPES

I would love to stay where I can possibly view the fireworks and not have to drive and park (I'm from Sugar Land) for the Freedom Over Texas. My B.day is on the 4th so I'd like some place nice.

Re: FREEDOM OVER TEXAS

by mccalpin

i have not been to the Freedom Over Texas event, but I have stayed repeatedly in the Hospital District (Fannin north of Holcomb) at a variety of hotels there, because we come down every year to the International Quilt Festival.

While these hotels appear to be several miles to the south of the park, you might have excellent views from the upper floors...I couldn't help you with closer hotels...

Bill

Re: FREEDOM OVER TEXAS

by sahel578

The Hilton downtown next to the George R. Brown has some great viewing areas on the top floor.

Re: FREEDOM OVER TEXAS

by TXgal

The fireworks go off between Allen Pkwy and Memorial Dr. right near downtown. We usually go North of Memorial and watch from that neighborhood, they are almost right overhead. If you stay at the Doubletree Hotel downtown you can walk out to Tranquility park or out to Memorial Dr to watch. The Magnolia hotel downtown is nice and has some good rates these days.

Travel Tips for Houston

Houstonians like all Texans...

by Ricardo_J_M

Houstonians like all Texans are very proud individuals. Though Houston may not be the most beautiful city it does have a lot to offer. There is little topography and the city is extremely sprawled out. It seems the city is always in the process of engulfing another non-incorporated surrounding area. The highways are relatively easy to navigate 45,59, and I-10 being the main arteries. Downtown is relatively small when given the fact that Houston is the 4th largest city in the States. Some funny but true myths:
most families do own a truck
no one drives the speed limit
Airconditioner capitol of the world.(thanks to our humidity and heat)
the sad one that Houston is the fatest city!(thanks to the convenience of a restuarant on every corner)

Morgan's Point

by el_ruso

This neighborhood just south of ship channel where it enters the Galveston Bay was originally developed as a resort, but the growing industry next door did not allow it fully develop. Still you can see the White House replica built by a retired Washington politician, as well as several other fine homes and beautiful views of the Bay.

For Mediterranean Food Lovers

by jimmymac8 about Fadi's Mediterranean Grill

There are two Fadi's locations in Houston. One is located at Westheimer and Dunvale. The other is located at Beechnut and Loop 610, just across from Meyerland Plaza. I prefer the Beechnut location for its ambience (more light and friendlier service) and easy access from the freeway. I like the fresh Lebanese and Greek salads and the flatbread is always straight from the oven, warm and delicious. Platters and samplers offer different combos of meats, salads and vegetables all under $10 at lunchtime. They also offer wonderfully refreshing fresh fruit drinks. For other reviews visit: www.b4-u-eat.com/houston/restaurants/reviews/rsv1357.asp

Houston best steaks, downtown

by XenoHumph about Vic and Anthony's

This restaurant has the reputation to serve some of the best steaks in the US, and now I tried it, I concur! It was amazing! Even if this restaurant is part of the chain of restaurants Landrys which are all over Houston and vary in quality, this one is top notch. The atmosphere was nice. The only thing that we did not appreciate is that they stuck us on a miniature table next to the kitchen doors. It was the only small table I saw, and I guess somebody's got to have it, but still. Next time I make a reservation, I will definitely ask not to be put at that table.
Count on a minimum of $100 a person if you take wine. The steaks come "alone" so you have to order side dishes if you want vegetables. Their mashed potatoes were awsome.
Reservations recommanded. Can be very busy when there is a game at the neaby Toyota center.
Valet parking, but it is as easy to park your car yourself oin a street nearby. Steak.... filet mignon...

Houston Museum District

by jjp76

Houston's Museum District has been called one of the top three centers of cultural activity in the country. It is a definite must-see if you ever visit Houston. For example, only three cities in the country rank ahead of Houston in terms of volume of fine arts museum space.

The Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) is one of the most visited and most respected science museums in the country. It offers some good permanent exhibits in fossils, but the real attraction is the great selection of traveling exhibits that come through the museum. From the jewels of Russia to artifacts from the Titanic, there is usually something to see. Many of the traveling exhibits that have come through HMNS have only gone to two or three additional cities in the country.

The Museum of Fine Arts (MFAH) is Texas' first municipal art museum. The recent addition of the Beck Building is a work of art within itself and also made the museum one of the largest art museums in the country.

The Menil Collection is one of the larger private collections in the country at approximately 15,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, and rare books. It it also considered one of the better private collections.

There is also the Contemporary Arts Museum, which is free admission.

The Holocaust Museum is a good history lesson. It has a library and several galleries of Holocaust-related subjects, and a permanent tour that takes visitors through the origination of Judaism and life before World War II, to the rise of the Nazi Party and the Holocaust, to the aftermath of the Final Solution. The museum plays host to some great traveling exhibits as well.

These are only a few of the museums in Houston.

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Address: 9535 Katy Fwy, Houston, Texas, 77024, United States