Hotels near Midtown
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
Originally called Southside, this area between downtown and the Museum District east of Montrose retains some of its original history and buildings, plus plenty of trees and green space. Beyond dicey areas underscored on its east and southeast boundaries is the trendy heart of Midtown, packed with hip restaurants, new multi-use living developments and over 20 art venues for gallery-hopping. Here you'll find live local music and clubs, including gay country dance-bar institution the BRB (Brazos River Bottom). For morning-after chicken and waffles, head to neighborhood soul food staple The Breakfast Klub.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Midtown

Crowne Plaza Hotel Houston near Reliant - Medical
from $78
Hilton Garden Inn Houston/Galleria Area
Hilton Garden Inn Houston/Galleria Area
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4.0
335 reviews
3201 Sage Rd, Houston
from $116
Comfort Suites
Comfort Suites
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4.4
88 reviews
1055 Mcnee Rd, Houston
from $139
Ramada Houston Intercontinental Airport South
Ramada Houston Intercontinental Airport South
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2.6
1074 reviews
15350 John F Kennedy Blvd, Houston
from $52
The Lancaster Hotel
The Lancaster Hotel
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4.2
758 reviews
701 Texas St, Houston
from $126
Omni Houston Hotel Westside
Omni Houston Hotel Westside
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3.7
1103 reviews
13210 Katy Fwy, Houston
from $99
Houston Marriott at the Texas Medical Center
Houston Marriott at the Texas Medical Center
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3.7
341 reviews
6580 Fannin Street, Houston
from $119
Courtyard by Marriott Houston Medical Center
Courtyard by Marriott Houston Medical Center
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4.2
932 reviews
Houston Medical Center 7702 Main St, Houston
from $89
Embassy Suites Houston-Near The Galleria
Embassy Suites Houston-Near The Galleria
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3.9
385 reviews
2911 Sage Road, Houston
from $119
DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Intercontinental Airport
DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Intercontinental Airport
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3.7
617 reviews
15747 John F Kennedy Blvd, Houston
from $94
More About Hotels near Midtown...

Originally called Southside, this area between downtown and the Museum District east of Montrose retains some of its original history and buildings, plus plenty of trees and green space. Beyond dicey areas underscored on its east and southeast boundaries is the trendy heart of Midtown, packed with hip restaurants, new multi-use living developments and over 20 art venues for gallery-hopping. Here you'll find live local music and clubs, including gay country dance-bar institution the BRB (Brazos River Bottom). For morning-after chicken and waffles, head to neighborhood soul food staple The Breakfast Klub.

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