Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3000 North Loop West, Houston, Texas, 77092, United States
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
50%
150
Very Good
26%
78
Average
13%
41
Poor
4%
13
Terrible
4%
13

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 25% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families78
  • Couples84
  • Solo71
  • Business78

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Public Transportation

by ClaireT29

Hi, I'm a Brit visiting Houston and I was wondering if its possible to see the city via public transport or whether I should rent a car?

Re: Public Transportation

by bocmaxima

Certainly possible to see the city by public transit, but not ideal. You will spend quite a bit of time waiting for buses during transfers. Houston is very much a car-centric city, so you're just better off with a car unless your interest is only very specific; like if you're coming for a football game or a convention.
A few attractions that people tend to visit there, namely Galveston and San Jacinto Monument are not at all accessible by public transit while others, namely the NASA space center, is very difficult to reach as the bus service is limited and more oriented toward commuters.

Re: Public Transportation

by mccalpin

Agreed. Unless you have a very limited set of destinations along the one rail line in town, depending on the buses will be time consuming, to say the least.

In Texas, we assume that everyone - down to the poorest person - has access to a car, so for the usual visitor, a car is necessary.

Having said that, please remember to drive on the right, er, correct side of the road ;-) Also note that Houston has some megahighways with rush hour traffic that intimidates even a lot of Americans...so planning to drive off the highways at rush hour may be a good plan for someone not too comfortable with our style of driving. Note: fortunately, unlike Europe, it is very difficult to rent a standard transmission here (except in specialty vehicles), so at least you won't have to deal with shifting using the wrong hand (yes, I have driven in the UK - even in London itself(!)) ;-)

Bill

Re: Public Transportation

by mccalpin

P.S. Welcome to Texas...please bring lots of money...we need it ;-)

P.P.S. do you know what you'd like to see here?

Bill

Re: Public Transportation

by amandajayne81

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Re: Public Transportation

by XenoHumph

Rent a car, rent a car!
Public transportation is very limited.

Travel Tips for Houston

Don't stay in this area if you can help it

by SkyKat

The Greenspoint area is not a nice area... the mall is, well, not the best I've been to, to say the least. I looked into renting a car and the cost is ridiculous since it's not a weekend-was even considering going to the Rodeo for a few hours-I've never been to a rodeo. Guess I'm stuck in Greenspoint again... hopefully I'll have more time in town next time I'm here on business and can rent a car and check out all the great things Houston has to offer.

Barker Reservoir - Part I

by WFTR

Barker Reservoir is a large flood control area on the west side of Houston between Houston and Katy. The reservoir has been formed by the erection of an earthen dam maybe thirty or fifty feet high between the flood plain and Highway 6. Buffalo Bayou enters from the west and meanders through this area before going under the dam and continuing towards the east. The north boundary of this area is formed as the dam makes a 90-degree turn and continues towards the west a little ways south of I-10. To the south, the dam makes another westward turn of about 45 degrees and follows another branch of Westheimer. Eventually, the dam becomes smaller and eventually ends.

There are varying amounts of development within the reservoir. The north end is pretty rustic with just a few mud and gravel roads penetrating a short distance into the trees and brush. The area near Briar Forest Road has a single mud and gravel road running into the reservoir. This road continues for a couple of miles with several branches. These branches generally lead to tankage of some kind. Further south, the place is a developed a little. A commercial shooting range is located along another branch of Westheimer that crosses the dam and goes through the reservoir. There are numerous soccer fields and a couple of nice little parks. The top of the dam has a gravel path along its entire length.

Technically, the whole place is a flood plain, and all activities in it have to be considered in light of the fact that heavy rains, particularly over an extended period of time, turn it into a swamp. However, there are many times when it is dry enough for walking, biking, or horseback riding. I'll describe a few of the sights and activities available during these times.

Houston has two major...

by SinKitty

Houston has two major airports. There is Hobby and Intercontinental (I think it's called Bush International Airport). They are located on the opposite sides of town. Hobby is closer to downtown than IAH.
Once in Houston, you will want a car. The bus system is horrible so I don't recommend it at all. Since Houston is so spread out the only way to get to anything is by car. There is plenty of parking anywhere you go, so it really isn't an issue. Just be prepared for traffic. Houston is going through a beautification process (it needs all the help it can get), so the city likes to close down freeways a lot.

the best Thai food in town!

by John_P_LSU about Kanonwan

Really the best Thai food in town! The atmosphere is nothing special. They do not have a liquor license so you can bring your own bottle of wine or whatever and they will open it for you (much cheaper than $30 a bottle in most restaurants). Tom Yum Goong soup -- Shrimp soup, flavored with lemon grass, mushrooms, herbs, lime and chilies -- very hot and served with white rice!!!

There is a spicy shrimp dish that is really good but I can't think of the name!!

The Johnson Space Center

by jtb2inky

'Houston we have a problem'. When astronaut James A. Lovell Jr. made this statement during the Apollo 13 mission in April of 1970, he was talking the men and women at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Here you'll not find the launching facilities such as those at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This is the nerve center of NASA. This is where mission control and all of the training facilities are located. When visiting you can see most of these sites if they are open to visitors on the day you arrive. Fortunately when I was there everything was open. I saw where astronauts were training to use the new international space station. I saw mission control. It was all very cool. There is a very good museum where you will spend a good deal of your visit.

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Address: 3000 North Loop West, Houston, Texas, 77092, United States