Hotels near Midtown
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
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

Hyatt North Houston
Hyatt North Houston
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3.7
1069 reviews
425 N Sam Houston Pkwy E, Houston
from $99
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
Crowne Plaza Hotel Houston near Reliant - Medical
from $78
Houston Marriott Airport at George Bush Intercontinental
Houston Marriott Airport at George Bush Intercontinental
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3.4
565 reviews
18700 John F Kennedy Blvd, Houston
from $169
Hotel Derek Houston Galleria
Hotel Derek Houston Galleria
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3.5
2188 reviews
2525 West Loop S, Houston
from $109
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
Hilton Houston Southwest
Hilton Houston Southwest
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3.4
350 reviews
6780 Southwest Fwy, Houston
from $84
Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown
Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown
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3.5
692 reviews
1700 Smith St, Houston
from $80
Hotel Indigo At The Galleria
Hotel Indigo At The Galleria
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4.0
364 reviews
5160 Hidalgo St, Houston
from $98
Marriott Hotel West Loop by the Galleria
Marriott Hotel West Loop by the Galleria
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3.8
367 reviews
1750 West Loop S, Houston
from $109
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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