Hampton Inn Houston-Intercontinental Airport

502 N Sam Houston Parkway East, (formerly Hampton Inn ), Houston, Texas, 77060, United States
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2 airports 1 hotel

by rmarten

Is there a good hotel that provides complimentary transportation to and from both Bush International Airport and Hobby? We have international guests making a 1 day stopover in Houston flying in to the International airport, staying overnight at a hotel, then flying onward from Hobby early the next morning.

Re: 2 airports 1 hotel

by TexasDave

The short answer is No, not to both hotels.
Virtually all the hotels near both airports provide complimentary shuttles to their respective airport. The problem with your situation is that IAH is a 45 min to 1 hour drive away from Hobby, which is SE of downtown.

Re: 2 airports 1 hotel

by TXgal

Hotels don't have a shuttle that does but downtown is in between both airports and Super Shuttle can take them from IAH to downtown and then to Hobby for a fee that is less than taxis. If you want the less expensive transportation the METRO bus (#102) runs from IAH to downtown and (#88) runs from downtown to Hobby airport. See www.ridemetro.org for the schedules

Re: 2 airports 1 hotel

by bocmaxima

No, there are no hotels that have this. The two airports are almost 40 miles apart.
There used to actually be a flight run by Continental Airlines that went between Intercontinental and Hobby (then onto Ellington), but it was canceled a few years ago because of costs.
It may be best to stay at a hotel near Intercontinental, then take a shuttle or taxi to Hobby in the morning. A taxi will be over $60, but it will likely be cheaper than, or about the same as, the shuttle cost x 2.

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Address: 502 N Sam Houston Parkway East, (formerly Hampton Inn ), Houston, Texas, 77060, United States