Houstonian Hotel Club And Spa

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

111 North Post Oak Lane, Houston, Texas, 77024, United States

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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 80% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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    Corporate rates are the least expensive.

    Unique Quality: Beautifully decorated rooms in a park like setting. Three pools and the most amazing workout facility I have even visited. A fantastic padded running track outside that circles the property (great even for an evening stroll). Basketball and squash courts available. This hotel is part of a condo complex.

    Directions: Just outside the Galleria area in Houston, this hotel provides easy access via car to the Galleria and the downtown areas.

More about Houstonian Hotel Club And Spa

Memorial City Mall

by aznsophisticat about Hollister

The Hollister in the Memorial City Mall is fabulous!!! Everyone there is a native Houstonian, and the store has great sale in towards the back. Look for Texan items- but not the old-fashioned ones. There are a lot of characteristically Texan-modern shops. It depends on what you buy- from $10 to $60.

The Beer Can House

by XenoHumph

A Houstonian has covered his entire house with beer cans and beer can parts. He says he drank them all! So, for a look at a unique house, folk art at its most funny and original, stop by this quiet residencial neighborhood and have a look!
The Beer Can House was bought by the Orange Show, an organisation promoting alternative and folk art in Houston.

The beer house is located in a neighborhood just East of Memorial Park, in Houston.
Take Memorial Drive west from downtown past Shepherd. Turn right on Malone Street, and go two blocks. The house is on your right.

Native Houstonian

by SpaceCoastMomma

"Native Houstonian, 20 years in historic Heights"

I am a native Houstonian but have been living in Central Florida now for the past year and a half. I lived in the historic Heights neighborhood for almost twenty years.

Forum Posts

Question about the Medical District (Dixie Street) area.

by va757

I have done some apartment searches in Houston (near the main universities) over the net and found a place that seems reasonable in price range and possibly location. The apt guide says its located in the Medical District off of Spanish trail. What type of area is it? Is it safe for young females? What type of businesses are around this area (groceries, etc...)? Beyond the complex, how are the surrounding communities?

Anyone familiar with the Concord at Del Rio?


Re: Question about the Medical District (Dixie Street) area.

by marciaca

I'm actually quite familar with the area and it's a bit dodgy, actually. There's not much in the way of grocery stores and businesses. I wouldn't consider it safe at all for young females. It is on the east side of 288. The area goes down hill rapidly when you cross 288.

Generally speaking, stay west of 288. Along Almeda, the area goes downhill when you travel north of MacGregor as you approach Downtown. There are several apartment complexes south of OST (old spanish trail) along Almeda. There are also several nearby to 610 which are east of Almeda. (Yes some are east of 610, but they are right along 610 and it's a different area.)

The area around University of Houston is generally quite poor. Areas in Houston also jump very quickly into what is nice and what is crappy, so it's tricky.

Re: Question about the Medical District (Dixie Street) area.

by monicarc

take it from me, a native houstonian, that whole area is SCARYYYYYY, stay away!!! my complex, bayou park apartments, is nice and pretty reasonably priced and near everything and easy to the universities. if you want more info, just email me on my vt email.


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Address: 111 North Post Oak Lane, Houston, Texas, 77024, United States