Baymont Inn & Suites Houston
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Got stuck overnight in Houston due to United changing plane arrangements. They put us up in this motel about 3 miles from the airport and surrounded by NOTHING, no grocery stores, no bars, barely a gas station convience store. The food was terrible, I suggest you save your vouchers for the airport restaurants.
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