Hilton Americas- Houston

1600 Lamar St., Houston, Texas, 77010, United States
(4 star hotel)
#1 of 549 hotels in Houston
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Wonderful Place to be

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 22, 2012

From the moment I arrived at the hotel from IAH, people and staff couldnt be friendly enough. I was helped by Valerie Yang the Front Desk Manager. Thank you.
Presented my self to 19th floor Executive Lounge and there Jackie the person in charge and Jose the Concierge were efficient and helpful and friendly.
What a lovely way to begin your stay in Houston.
I was there to attend a four day conference Endocrinology 2012 which stretched during the day from 8 am to 8 pm, it was good to come from time to time to the room and attend to your personal business, also didnt have to lug the computer to the conference.
Withing walking distance there are many restaurants: mexican (tex mex as well as mex, southwest) as well as Spanish, Vietnamese and other restos

Unique Quality: Downtown
Connected to the Convention Centre
Luxury brand
Good feeling especially if you are a Hilton Honours member. Internet is free if you are member..
this is the friendliest hotel I have stayed in the USA and i do stay in a few hotels. and there is a personal touch to every thing including porters concierges desk agents etc etc

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Good hotel in Downtown Houston

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 27, 2006

I liked this hotel very much. it was clean and plesant. Comfortable accomodations and had a bar with a good atmosphere. Very elegant looking on main floor. Very close to Main Street. I would skip the hotel food and go take the hotel shuttle to main street for eats. Staff was friendly. Overall a good place to stay.

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Downtown Houston

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 13, 2006

For any hotel stay in the downtown Houston area, this hotel is highly recommended! All staff members, from the front desk to housekeeping to valet to the restaurants are extremely professional and courteous. Checkin was very smooth and the room (22021) was standard size, but very comfortable, clean and well appointed.

Unique Quality: We did not utilize the enclosed, rooftop pool, but it looked very inviting. The downtown view from either the rooftop terrace or the Skyline restaurant was very impressive.

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Luxurious Downtown Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 3, 2005

Just opened December, 2003, this is a world-class hotel in downtown Houston. The decor is sumptuous with lots of glass and granite. I've stayed here several times and have enjoyed the hotel immensely.

Unique Quality: There is a well equipped excercise center/spa on the 23rd floor and an indoor lap-pool and jacuzzi on the 24th floor overlooking the city.
Its location serves sports fans well, too. It is situated with Minute Maid Baseball Field (Astros) a couple of blocks to the North, and Toyota Center (Houston Rockets Basketball) next-door to the South.

Directions: Downtown, between Minute Maid Stadium and Toyota Center.

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Where to stay in Houston

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 18, 2003

WHAT AREA TO STAY IN

Where you decide to stay in Houston will depend on type of hotel, budget, and area you are looking for. Many of the large grouping of hotels are in these four areas:

Downtown: Stay here for convenience to all of the downtown sites including Minute Maid Park (baseball), Toyota Center (basketball), the convention center, the city's best nightlife, and the Theatre District. Via light rail (starting early 2004), there is also access to the Medical Center, Reliant Park (football and other large events), and the Museum District.

Galleria: Stay in this stylish area of town if you want to be near Houston's best in shopping and restaurants. This is also the area to stay if you want to play golf or do other outdoor recreation in neighboring Memorial Park.

Westchase: This area is in west Houston, about 5 miles west of the Galleria. There are some good restaurants and entertainment nearby, but to be closer to the action, the Galleria or downtown are better choices.

Greenspoint: Stay here if you are not planning to be in town long and need to be near the larger airport. There is some basic shopping in the area, but it's otherwise not remarkable and is not close to downtown or most other attractions.

Unique Quality: SOME HOTEL CHOICES

Downtown:

The Sam Houston Hotel
1117 Prairie St.
www.samhoustonhotel.com
Named for the leader who lead Texas to independence from Mexico who is also the namesake for the city, this luxury boutique hotel in downtown is a historic hotel that was recently renovated.

The Magnolia Hotel
1100 Texas Ave.
www.magnoliahotels.com/houston.htm
This is another boutique hotel in downtown.

Four Seasons Hotel
1300 Lamar St.
www.fourseasons.com/houston/index.html
Everything you would expect from a Four Seasons Hotel, and good access to downtown attractions.

Hilton Americas
1001 Avenue de las Americas
www.hilton.com/en/hi/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=HOUCVHH
New hotel that is connected to the convention center.

Crowne Plaza
1700 Smith St.
www.cphoudtwn.crowneplaza.com

Galleria area/ Uptown:

Hotel Derek
2525 West Loop South
www.hotelderek.com
Stylish, contemporary hotel in the heart of the busy Galleria area.

The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa
111 N. Post Oak Ln.
www.houstonian.com
Houston landmark in the heart of uptown, but on beautiful grounds where you will forget you're in the city.

The St. Regis
1919 Briar Oaks Ln.
www.starwood.com/stregis/index.html

Omni Houston Hotel
4 Riverway
www.omnihotels.com/hotels/default.asp?h_id=37

The Westin Galleria Hotel
5060 W. Alabama
www.starwood.com/westin/index.html

The Westin Oaks Hotel
5011 Westheimer Rd.
www.starwood.com/westin/index.html

Embassy Suites
2911 Sage Road
www.embassysuites.com

Double Tree - Post Oak
2001 Post Oak Blvd.
www.doubletree.com

Double Tree Guest Suites
5353 Westheimer Rd.
www.doubletree.com

Westchase District:

Adam?s Mark Hotel
2900 Briarpark Dr. at Westheimer
www.adamsmark.com/houston/index.asp

Hilton Houston Westchase
9999 Westheimer Rd.
www.hilton.com

Greenspoint/ Airport:

Hyatt Regency
15747 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
houstonairport.hyatt.com/property/index.jhtml

Wyndham Greenspoint
12400 Greenspoint Dr.
www.wyndham.com/hotels/IAHGP/main.wnt

* This list is not inclusive, but includes some of the better hotel choices.

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Address: 1600 Lamar St., Houston, Texas, 77010, United States

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