Hotels near Houston Heights
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Northwest of downtown lies the original suburb of Houston: Houston Heights, dating back to the late 1800's. Today the area draws singles and families with a village feel in the heart of the city, including mom-and-pop joints, local hardware stores and nurseries, and welcoming coffee shops. Hip art galleries, boutiques and thrift and antique stores line 19th Street. Houston Heights Boulevard is a wide street with a green path for joggers and strollers admiring the area's restored historic architecture.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Houston Heights

Hotel Derek Houston Galleria
Hotel Derek Houston Galleria
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3.5
2342 reviews
2525 West Loop S, Houston
from $109
Hotel Granduca
Hotel Granduca
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4.3
343 reviews
1080 Uptown Park Blvd, Houston
from $199
The Lancaster Hotel
The Lancaster Hotel
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4.5
883 reviews
701 Texas St, Houston
from $143
Houston Marriott Medical Center
Houston Marriott Medical Center
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3.9
382 reviews
6580 Fannin Street, Houston
from $119
Hotel ZaZa Houston
Hotel ZaZa Houston
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4.3
676 reviews
5701 Main Street, Houston
from $240
The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa
The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa
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4.4
689 reviews
111 N Post Oak Ln, Houston
from $175
JW Marriott Houston Downtown
JW Marriott Houston Downtown
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4.3
313 reviews
806 Main Street, Houston
from $179
Hotel ICON Autograph Collection
Hotel ICON Autograph Collection
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4.4
614 reviews
220 Main Street, Houston
from $99
Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel
Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel
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3.7
572 reviews
3000 North Loop West Frwy, Houston
from $84
DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Downtown
DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Downtown
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3.6
1360 reviews
400 Dallas St, Houston
from $109
More About Hotels near Houston Heights...

Northwest of downtown lies the original suburb of Houston: Houston Heights, dating back to the late 1800's. Today the area draws singles and families with a village feel in the heart of the city, including mom-and-pop joints, local hardware stores and nurseries, and welcoming coffee shops. Hip art galleries, boutiques and thrift and antique stores line 19th Street. Houston Heights Boulevard is a wide street with a green path for joggers and strollers admiring the area's restored historic architecture.

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