Days Inn Houston

10801 East Freeway Bldg C, Houston, Texas, 77029, United States
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Hotel near Magnolia

by lovinoz

Does anyone know of a decent place to stay within a 30 minute drive of Magnolia, Texas? Are there any nice budget hotels or cabins (at a campground) near Magnolia? I think Magnolia is about 45 minutes northwest of Houston.


RE: Hotel near Magnolia

by lovinoz

This will be for 4-6 nights by the way and I'm aiming for under US$60 per night without staying in a dump. :)

RE: RE: Hotel near Magnolia

by H-TownJourneyman

Well, just off of SH 249 and Louetta Rd., there's a Courtyard by Marriott, and a couple of others around that price range. This area is considered part of Cypress, which is about 25-30 minutes south of Magnolia. And if you continue just 5 more minutes south on 249 to FM 1960, there's several more budgeted hotels around. Hope this helps!!!

RE: RE: Hotel near Magnolia

by lovinoz

Thank you!!

RE: Hotel near Magnolia

by bocmaxima

For some reason, there are almost no hotels on the northwest side past FM 1960. You could stay around Willowbrook (SH 249@FM 1960, 30-45 minutes away) or Conroe (I-45 north, 45 minutes away). I think your best bet though is The Woodlands, because there's a lot around the hotels there and it's about 30 minutes away. The down side is that FM 1488, the road between Magnolia and The Woodlands, is two-lane in most places and has awful traffic, especially during the commute times.
Not many campgrounds or cabins in that area. Magnolia's no longer a really rural area as the subdivisions have already pushed out there. Also, it's at least an hour from central Houston down 249 but probably further because of traffic.
Hope that helps.

RE: RE: Hotel near Magnolia

by lovinoz

Thank you so much! Helps lots!

Travel Tips for Houston

Houston Rockets Game

by msbrandysue

The Houston Rockets are Houston's winning champion basketball team! Ok, well, not in the past few years, but they definitely have some winning history. With favorite Hakeem Olajuwon, Charles Barkley, Clive Drexler, and now Yao Ming.

Houston loves this team and the crowds at home games are always devotional.

(When I went I cheered for Dallas Mavericks but we lost :P )

Toyota Center is the home to all of the home games. Beware of paying outrageous prices for food and drinks. However, they have all sorts of liquor these days, not just the $8 beers... :)

****Parking downtwon can cost you up to $30 depending on how close you want to get to Toyota Center so BRING CASH!! Bring your red!

Downtown Houston nightlife

by jjp76 about Downtown, on or around Main Street

Downtown Houston

What most people probably don't know is that Houston's downtown nightlife scene is fairly good -- and unlike a college town such as Austin or a tourist town such as New Orleans, the scene is sophisticated yet grounded.

This is a more recent development resulting from a large and still ongoing downtown revitalization plan. Most of the bars and clubs of interest are situated on or around Main Street in downtown, not very far from the downtown theater district.

Some of the notable bars/clubs include Sambuca, Bossa, Slainte Irish Pub, Mercury Room, Tonic, Spy. Many more are also on Main St. or in the surrounding area.

Although there are a few other areas of Houston (such as Richmond Ave. and Montrose) known for nightlife, downtown is my favorite and my recommendation for visitors. Business casual or dressy. Many places will not accept worn jeans, tennis shoes, etc. At the same time, very few places are jacket and tie.

Easy Going...Good Food

by msbrandysue about Chili's

Chili's is considered by some as "fast food." It is a sit-down restaurant with a very laid back atmosphere. There is food and a full service bar. Children are usually present as well as good times. This is one of those places where you can find anything for anyone so it ends up being somewhere I go A LOT, especially with family and big groups. If you're in a rush this place usually serves your food in around 15-20 minutes. Of course, you can also get it to go as they offer their full menu in a To-Go option.

The hours are not listed on the website but I've always been able to get in before 11pm. They are open even later on weekends.

This is a chain of restaurants so be sure to type in your hotel's address on the website to find the one nearest you. They are all over the area. For an appetizer around $2-3 we get the unending bowl of chips and hot sauce. Their chips are very good. If you want to try something new order a side of ranch and dip them in ranch dressing. Very good! And I used to hate ranch dressing...Since I tried chips with ranch I'm hooked.

For an entree I now get the Quesadilla Explosion. It is a salad with fajita chicken on top, as well as tomatos, corn, beans, etc. They also serve cheese quesadilla squares surrounding the salad. I always get the avacado ranch with it. Yummmmy!

If you don't do salads the grilled chicken sandwich is good. It comes with honey mustard, melted swiss cheese, and bacon on it. The chicken quesadillas are also very good. Chili's is quite famous for their baby back ribs, if you'd like to try those.


by el_ruso

Houston's downtown is one of the best in North America in terms of imaginative architecture, cleanliness and safety. At night on weekends it is full of world-class discos, while during the day it is home to business.

The photo is of a fountain in front of the Allen Center which houses the World Trade Center.

Tour of the Ship Channel

by keeweechic

If you are interested in seeing an up close view of the refineries etc, you can take a boat ride on the Sam Houston Inspection Ship for around 90 mins through the deep water channel. You can see all the large container ships, barges and tugs.

Another good view is from the San Jacinto Battlefield on the other side of the channel.


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