Four Seasons Hotel Houston
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Driving the two hours to Houston felt like a cake walk compared to the vast travels we had already undertaken. Arriving early at the Four Seasons in downtown Houston again feeling lethargic chose simply to nap and relax. Even lazier than this we ventured out to dinner only around the corner at Josephine's, a little Italian restaurant where we …
... First time I'd seen how "alternate path" sand screens work. These screens allow gravel packing efficiency to be increased by diverting sand flow past bridging. Lee Jackson - Product Champion (Monitoring Completions) - gave me the run down on downhole sensors. The most amazing technology was the Wave Glide - a little kayak-style, remote operated, GPS tracking, data collection system, that can detect acoustic data from subsea well heads. Also discussed was Proteus ...
... seen each other when mom was pregnant with me and Aunt Fran was 5. It was an awesome greeting at the train station and we had great times with Fran and her husband Don. We also we my new found cousin Holly. A great reunion, but a lot of stress because of our travel issues.
We got really side-tracked by National car rental when we were not allowed to take the car out of state, after having ...
... where are they from, what do they do, children, hobbies, vacations, you name it. Today I didn't think Herb would get to interview anyone, but he got to talking to the man who owns the restaurant, founded by his grandfather and the folks sitting across from us, who turned out to be from Sweden. We've been watching cruise ships in the harbor outside our room, too. Tonight we placed bets on which ships would still be in port. It's been a great place to stay, the "Imperial ...
Arrival in Houston the USA.
Nice airport, but arriving in the USA, is the biggest faff of all time! For all the prestige of the country and money and computers available, it took longer to get through this airport, (which was only a transit) than any other airport we had been to so far! We ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Houston
Our stay was over a recent long holiday weekend, which might well have contributed to the "ghost town" atmosphere we experienced in this mostly business district hotel. The hotel itself seemed very aged, reminicent of an elderly former grand dame, only now holed up and alone. Spa services and amenities are limited; no manicures/pedicures to be had. Concierge did the best they could, but I ended up taking matters into my own hands and walking over to the brand new and hip Hilton nearby, for their rooftop spa services. That said, the Four Seasons Staff was ever pleasant and helpful, as they are in most every location. However, I believe in order to to still be called a FS, it is in much need of updates throughout.
What A Lovely Hotel
Stayed 1 night, Thanksgiving weekend. Because of the holiday, I received an excellent rate for a superior room. The location is near freeways, and around lots of good resturants. The staff professional and courteous. The room was very spacious. The bed very comfortable. The L'occitane amenities, a nice touch. Only three negatives. One big one was that the shower had a "slow" drain. The second was that the toilet required 2 flushes instead of one. The final negative, not so major was that the fabric on the furniture was a little worn. But overall, the room was very comfortable, I slept very well. Would stay there again.
My husband and I stayed here for a getaway weekend at the end of August. We stayed in a suite and it was absolutely gorgeous. The cleanest hotel room I have ever stayed in, hands down. The bathroom was a dream and the bath products to die for. No cutting corners anywhere here. The staff was very friendly and accomodating. Nothing was too much to ask for, including a diet Coke with lime. When they discovered they did not carry that particular beverage, they sent up a diet Coke over ice with FRESHLY SQUEEZED lime juice!! Too wonderful. Would never consider staying anywhere else and can't wait to do a weekend with the kids here.
I stayed at this hotel for one night, September 20, in room 401. I was looking forward to the Four Seasons experience in Houston, having been a guest at the New York, Seattle and Chicago properties in the past.
Absolutley Wonderful! These are the words that come to mind when I think of my 6 day stay at Four Seasons. The service of the staff is outstanding...they made me feel right at home in this Hotel. As a stranger to the City( my first time to Houston) I got amazing assistance from the staff who ensured I knew all I had to know before I ventured out.The rooms were great and so were the meals. I throughly enjoyed the gym and the Jacuzzi (the pool was closed for renovations when I was there).Excellent Hotel...No compliants!
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The hotel is well located, very close to the sports arena and downtown hotspots. They have a complimentary town car that takes you to/from area locations (first come, first serve). As you would expect, service is refined and attentive. Everyone from the bell staff to the desk folks to the restaurant staff were on top of their game, using our names and treating us very well. We were upgraded to a one bedroom suite, which was just beautiful and very comfortable, as you would expect. The indoor jacuzzi is large, and located next to 10-12 treadmills - no waiting. The outdoor pool is large and quiet (well, at least when you swim with your daughter at 7am!). Don't miss the Sunday brunch. It's expensive ($29 pp), but the selection is excellent and the food is all well prepared. This was my first stay at a Four Seasons, and it was well worth it, particularly at the weekend price (under $200).
My husband and I spent the weekend at the Four Seasons in Houston 10/31 - 11/02. We're Dallasites so Houston is a good weekend trip. What a wonderful place! The service was impeccable, the concierge was WONDERFUL and our room was top-notch! Dinner at Quattro was fantastic but the mood was knocked down a notch or two because some quilting convention was in town and many of the people attending ate at Quattro the same night we were there. I don't want to get off on a tangent but...if you're going to eat at the hotel restaurant at the Four Seasons, do NOT wear a sweatshirt, jeans and a fanny pack and PLEASE try to use some manners while at the dinner table. Alright...back to the hotel. We stayed at the FS on the Bed and Breakfast package which included breakfast and valet. Each day we received our in-room breakfast with a duplicate receipt that said "Room Charge - $0.00" yet each day we had a charge for the meal. When I inquired about it upon checkout I was told that gratuity was not included in the package. I informed the front-desk guy that the card they gave us when we checked in did not say that anything was excluded...it said "Full American Breakfast from In-Room Dining." Each other time I stayed in a hotel on a package like this, it was specifically stated what was and was not included. The on-duty manager agreed that the wording was vague and removed the charges from our bill. Other than that, we had a FABULOUS time. The view was great, the company was great (LOL!) and we'll definitely stay at the Four Seasons again!
Spent a long weekend at Four Seasons Houston in the dead of summer.
What you'd expect
I've stayed at the Four Seasons many times on busines trips to Houston and its what you'd expect from that chain. Wonderfully run, service is top notch. A great outdoor swimming pool (heated, I think). Great restaurant, with a superb breakfast. I'm pretty sure there isn't anything anywhere near as good in downtown Houston.