La Quinta Inn Houston (East)

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

11999 East Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77029-1932, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 35% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Business28

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IN HOUSTON FROM AUSTRALIA

by coreyawm1

Hey all - I will be in Houston for business next Thursday & Friday.... days are covered with business but nights are free to get out and have a few drinks. I'm 30, male and staying at the ZaZa on main st and would like to know if anyone has any suggestions on where to go for a good time time that is safe.. i enjoy live music and a casual atmosphere

Re: IN HOUSTON FROM AUSTRALIA

by sahel578

Welcome to Houston!
ZaZa itself is a very vibrant place at the moment on the weekends. You are staying pretty close to downtown and just off the lightrail line. You could take the lightrail north to midtown and downtown, which has quite a few bars and clubs. The Continental Club in midtown always has live music. Its right on the lightrail line as well.

Re: IN HOUSTON FROM AUSTRALIA

by bocmaxima

If you have a car, you should try to get to the Montrose. Lots of good bars along Westheimer between Shepherd and Midtown (about Main) like Catbird's, Cafe Brazil, Numbers, etc. There are also several along Montrose Boulevard itself around Richmond (The Proletariat), as well as a few on West Gray east of Shepherd (Cecil's and Sherlock's) and Waugh north of Westheimer (Rudyard's). A lot of the ones I've mentioned typically have live music. Rudyard's is my personal favorite, and there's usually a band playing upstairs, but that may just be me.

Re: IN HOUSTON FROM AUSTRALIA

by ATXtraveler

Welcome to VT...

If you are looking for a place to enjoy some of Houston's 25-40 year old crowd, I can recommend my friend's bar (XO) it is located at 2611 San Jacinto (cross-street McGowen).

At the door, ask for Joe Beck, and tell him "Skivvy" sent you. Make sure you lay on a thick Australian accent, and mention Rugby... that should cover you for a drink or two.

Travel Tips for Houston

Bring with you definite plans...

by Gatorman9

Bring with you definite plans and means to leave at your earliest opportunity. Every Friday night you used to be able to go to Prince's Drive-Inn, centrally located on the southern fringe of downtown, and enjoy a piece of genuine Americana - a completely spontaneous, totally unorganized exhibition of vintage cars drawing literally dozens upon dozens of examples and hundreds of spectators from many miles around the area. Like everything else in Houston which is genuine and evocative of a sense of municipal character, however, about ten years ago this was torn down and replaced with a vacant structure housing a defunct business (yes, that's really what I said). Today there is some construction going on on the site which seems to be related to one of the most curiously conceived (translation: somebody's getting over a billion dollars of taxpayer money without any legislative body having ever first voted on it) mass transit projects in America.

Haak Winery, South of Houston

by XenoHumph

One of the two wineries near Houston (the other one in Baytown) constitutes a perfect afternoon outing. Take the $5 tour to learn how they make their wine, see the big vats and barrels, the cellar (yes, a cellar in Houston! Quite rare because the water table is high), look at the vineyards, and taste 4 of their wines. They grow only one type of grapes in the harsh hot and humid Houston weather, the Blanc du Bois, which make a nice light refreshing white wine. They buy all their other grapes, but exclusively from Texas. The lady who gave us the tour, and the one who served our wine for tasting were both really nice and helpful. They have a souvenir shop of course.
Haak vineyards also offer diners, on Sunday night with music bands, and can be booked for weddings and special events.

Monday thru Friday 11 am - 6 pm
Saturday 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm

More Victuals Than you Knew Existed!

by TexasDave about Eatzi's

This description should be under shopping and restaurants because it's in between both categories. They have all kinds of edibles: raw ingredients as well as ready-to -eat dishes. It's a great place to get food to bring back to the hotel room. There is a bakery section, cold-cuts and cheese area, and even a hot entree bar similar to a cafeteria. A neat experience even if you only go in and browse!

Popular Bachelorette and Bday Party Venue

by CLillard about Fajita Flats

Everytime I go here on a weekend there is somebody having a birthday or bachelorette party. The waiters will play a song on the jukebox and embarrass the guest of honor. The staff is so friendly and fun! On a Friday or Saturday night, you will have to wait 45 minutes for a table! I like the chicken breast and broccoli with cheese (Pechugas de Pollo con rajas de chile). They serve free chips and salsa and free yummy vegetable soup.

Sixth Ward

by el_ruso

Sixth Ward is a small but beautiful hamlet of restored (and to be restored) beautiful Victorian homes. It is located next to downtown, just west off the Courthouse on Lubbock Street. Also, make sure you don't confuse it with either the Third or Fifth Wards - some of the most depressed and dangerous neighborhoods.

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Address: 11999 East Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77029-1932, United States