Hotels near Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport
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Houston is full of contradictions. It's modern and efficient, with towering glass skyscrapers and a rapidly growing technology scene, but it also retains that small town Texas feel. The locals are friendly and welcoming, there are hundreds of parks to escape the chaos and summer heat, and there's historic landmarks that tell the city's story. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport

Neighborhoods near Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport
PasadinaGalleria / UptownHermann ParkNortheastBellaire
Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor
Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor
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3.9
14703 Park Row, Houston
from $72
Embassy Suites Houston Downtown
Embassy Suites Houston Downtown
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4.5
1515 Dallas St, Houston
from $129
Hilton Houston Galleria Area
Hilton Houston Galleria Area
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4.0
6780 Southwest Fwy, Houston
from $62
Magnolia Hotel Houston
Magnolia Hotel Houston
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4.3
1100 Texas St, Houston
from $111
Omni Houston Hotel
Omni Houston Hotel
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4.3
4 Riverway, Houston
from $135
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Houston-Downtown Conv Ctr
from $90
The Westin Houston Downtown
The Westin Houston Downtown
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4.5
1520 Texas Avenue, Houston
from $118
Candlewood Suites Houston Medical Center
Candlewood Suites Houston Medical Center
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4.1
10025 S Main Street, Houston
from $72
Hotel Indigo At The Galleria
Hotel Indigo At The Galleria
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4.3
5160 Hidalgo St, Houston
from $81
Hotel Derek Houston Galleria
Hotel Derek Houston Galleria
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3.9
2525 West Loop S, Houston
from $99
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In Houston, there's a neighborhood for everyone. Visitors will love Hermann Park for its nature and ease of access of nature trails, but they'll go crazy for the delicious Asian food in Bellaire. The Galleria is known for having some of the best shopping in the United States, and Pasadena is perfect for relaxing on the beach. If you're looking for proximity to Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport, then Northeast Houston is a good option. 

Houston's largest airport, George Bush Intercontinental first opened its gates in 1969. It's located 23 miles north of downtown Houston and is the 11th busiest airport in the United States. It's also the largest hub for United Airlines with more than 650 flights departing every day.

Hotels in and Around Houston Airport 

For your convenience, there are several hotels located inside, or just outside, the airport. The Houston Airport Marriott is the only hotel that provides complimentary underground train service to Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport. The Airport Marriott Hotel is in the center of the passenger terminal complex. Receive free airport pickup and drop off from the Hampton Inn & Suites Houston-Bush Intercontinental Airport and Hilton Hotel North Houston.

SpringHill Suites Houston Intercontinental Airport provides a Grab-n-Go breakfast if you have an early flight out. Look to stay at the Hotel Ramada Houston Intercontinental Airport South if you'll be arriving in the middle of the night -- their reception desk is open 24 hours a day for check-ins at any time of the day. 

Finding Your Houston Accommodation

Most hotels located within 10 miles of the airport (including all the hotels mentioned above) offer a free airport shuttle for their visitors. Travelers staying further away from the airport can rent a car on-site or take one of the shuttle buses to Downtown Houston and the surrounding neighborhoods. Taxis are nearly always available, but Uber works well, too, if you're struggling to find one.

Sampling Houstonian Cuisine

All five hotels offer a complimentary breakfast for guests so you know you'll have some food in you if you have a late morning flight. Only the SpringHill Suites and Hampton Inn & Suites hotels offers a Grab-n-Go breakfast, so if you're staying in any of the other hotels, you'll have to pick something up at the airport. Most restaurants at the airport open at 6am. 

If you'll be arriving on a late flight, most of the hotels in the area offer room service until midnight, with a select few offering it over 24 hours. If you arrive too late to eat at your hotel, there are dozens of restaurants on the JFK Boulevard that you can dine at. 

Discover Travel Tips From Locals

No matter how long your stay in Houston, it's always worth speaking to locals to find out what's worth doing. In Houston, the official tourism board website, Visit Houston, is the ideal place to start your research.

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