Hilton Houston Hobby Airport

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

8181 Airport Boulevard, Houston, Texas, 77061-4142, United States
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  • Families68
  • Couples80
  • Solo80
  • Business72

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Getting from airport to hotel

by sraespencer

If i fly into Bush Int airport, how do I get to Marriott Courtyard on Dallas street?

Re: Getting from airport to hotel

by mccalpin

1. Houston is a car-centric city, so most American travelers will rent a car.

2. For those who don't want to rent a car, you can take:
2.a. a taxi
2.b. regular transit (bus)
2.c. a special shuttle from the transit system
2.d. SuperShuttle

See http://www.fly2houston.com/iahGroundTransportation
for all these options. Note the fixed fare for a taxi to downtown.

Note #3 - this bus runs from Bush to a location near Main and Pierce downtown - about 7 blocks away from the hotel. You can either wait for the next train to run along Main...or (what I would do at this point) is take a taxi to the hotel - if you have luggage, this probably makes more sense. Note that when you look at the link, it says there's a transit employee at the stop downtown to help direct you.

Note: although the walk to the hotel is 7 blocks, this is not a trip you want to make unless you're young and carefree...it's through downtown, with highrises and parking lots and not very human scale...but if you're a backpacker, it's not a bad walk if the temperature's not too high...


Re: Getting from airport to hotel

by Dymphna1

Looked at the Hotel website and they have a shuttle to the convention center. If they have that they very possible have one to the airport. These are often free or at a very reduced rate.

Travel Tips for Houston

Lack of Signs

by mwenn2100

Maybe I've become spoiled because in Milwakee there are signs everywhere you turn... which freeway you are on, how to get to the nearest freeway, hell even how to exit the airport, but I found Houston was severly lacking signage. If you are renting a car (which I suggest) allow for extra time to get lost and then find that you were going the right way all along! I can't tell you how many rental cars I saw doing u-turns or the drivers looking confused (I was one of them) so just get really detailed directions and pray that you're going the right way. Actually getting to my destinations... I actually felt a sense of accomplishment! LOL

San Jacinto Monument and...

by mellie26

San Jacinto Monument and Battleground;
The Battleship U.S.S. Texas;
Site of Battle between Santa Anna[Mexico] and the Republic of Texas. Capture site of Santa Anna. Reinactment near end of April (free).
30 min. east of downtown Houston off I-10 east.

Rev That Engine

by msbrandysue

You MUST have a car to get around Houston. Most people come on business but please make sure your company gets you a car...

And, while we're on that subject....I learned how to drive in Houston. If you cannot go 10 miles over the speed limit stay to the right!! When you get on the freeway you need to goose it (put the gas pedal to the floor and get to the 60-70 mph limit). You don't really have to turn on your blinkers so don't waste your time. Just beware of those around you and be prepared to be amazed and distraught after driving on the freeway.

Oh, and you may want to look both ways before you venture out from behind a newly green light. I know many who know the light is about to change so leave early while cars are running red lights.

GOOD LUCK!!!! You need it :D

So many and such variety!You...

by Macho_Man

So many and such variety!You will argue trying to decide. Pappasita's (many locations) for the best Mexican food and such portions! Ninfa's is also good too and has the best tortillas in town. Blowfish at 309 Gray at Brazos for sushi and I'll save you money by telling you the ribeye over avocado and the cod are the BEST 2 dishes there.
Pappadeau (Several locations) for best seafood. LA Vista on Fountainview for the best casual but great food-byob.Tenderloin with cherry sauce is a house favorite-yum. Eat outside is popular and walk the center looking in windows of the shops afterward.
Barnaby's another casual has best Chinese and Mediterrean salads and great prices. (Shepherd is the newest trendy one near San Felipe) (Fairview is the older dive one with flying dogs painted on the ceiling in Montrose area). Looking for 5 star-go to Vallones, Tony's,or Cafe Annie.

The most important battle you've never heard of

by Segolily

Mexican general Santa Anna had become a little power hungry. Unfortunately for him he met a small band of determined Texans led by General Sam Houston. At a very opportune time the Texans attacked an unprepared Mexican division, scattered them, captured Santa Anna and won their right to live in Texas. Because of the consequences of the Texan win and the later success of the US in the Mexican American war, which was directly related to the Texan annexation, the West became a part of the US, a third of its total land mass. This is an impressive monument to that battle. We read the story on the sides of the monument, saw the movie, took the ride to the top, walked through the museum, bought the mandatory souvenir, took the driving tour around the grounds to the various battle sites, took the pictures of this monolith to Texan pride and were impressed. This is definitely a one-sided story, but the history seemed so relevant it was hard not to be honored to share in it a little.

I also took the time to walk along the boardwalks in the nature preserve on the shores of the bayou. Egrets, and spoonbilled roseates, cormorants and turtles. I'm sure there were more, a birders spot for sure.

There is also of course the battleship across the way and the spot where the first monument was placed and a small cemetery.


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Address: 8181 Airport Boulevard, Houston, Texas, 77061-4142, United States