Hotels near Montrose
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
This eclectic neighborhood offers five-star restaurants and local dives, ethnic eateries and gay bars, coffee shops and tattoo parlors. Enjoy the surrealist collection at The Menil, then cross the broad, breezy park to find serenity at the Rothko Chapel. Check out local art galleries, antique shops and offbeat boutiques along the Westheimer Curve. This sleepy historic area dating back to 1911 became Houston's gay culture hub and boomed with arty urban renewal in the 1990s. Along tree-lined streets, picturesque bungalows and modern townhouses are now interspersed with bed & breakfast establishments.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Montrose

Hyatt Regency Houston
Hyatt Regency Houston
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3.7
1405 reviews
1200 Louisiana St, Houston
from $99
Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown
Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown
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3.6
699 reviews
1700 Smith St, Houston
from $80
DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Downtown
DoubleTree by Hilton Houston Downtown
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3.5
1048 reviews
400 Dallas St, Houston
from $99
Hotel ZaZa Houston
Hotel ZaZa Houston
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4.0
681 reviews
5701 Main Street, Houston
from $229
Courtyard Houston Downtown / Convention Center
Courtyard Houston Downtown / Convention Center
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3.5
296 reviews
916 Dallas St, Houston
from $89
Residence Inn Houston Downtown/Convention Center
Residence Inn Houston Downtown/Convention Center
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4.2
276 reviews
904 Dallas Street, Houston
from $109
Best Western Plus Downtown Inn & Suites
Best Western Plus Downtown Inn & Suites
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4.4
342 reviews
915 W Dallas St, Houston
from $162
Athens Hotel Suites
Athens Hotel Suites
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2.4
424 reviews
1308 Clay St, Houston
from $99
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast
Robin's Nest Bed and Breakfast
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3.8
53 reviews
4104 Greeley Street, Houston
from $149
BridgeStreet - Murphys Camden Midtown
BridgeStreet - Murphys Camden Midtown
2303 Louisiana Street, Houston
from $149
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This eclectic neighborhood offers five-star restaurants and local dives, ethnic eateries and gay bars, coffee shops and tattoo parlors. Enjoy the surrealist collection at The Menil, then cross the broad, breezy park to find serenity at the Rothko Chapel. Check out local art galleries, antique shops and offbeat boutiques along the Westheimer Curve. This sleepy historic area dating back to 1911 became Houston's gay culture hub and boomed with arty urban renewal in the 1990s. Along tree-lined streets, picturesque bungalows and modern townhouses are now interspersed with bed & breakfast establishments.

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