Super 8 Houston/NASA/Webster Area

Address: 18103 Kings Row, Houston, Texas, 77058-3223, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Webster area of Houston, is near Johnson Space Center/Space Center Houston, Alley Theatre, and Sesquicentennial Park.
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Amenities

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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Outdoor pool

          Features

          • Microwave in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Laundry facilities (self serve)
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Houston/NASA/Webster Area

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Houston

          Houston, we're not Kennedy Space Center

          A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 05, 2015

          Our main reason for being in Houston was to visit the Johnson Space Center (JSC). We arrived at 10am and got a spot right by the entrance, because there were not many people there. We immediately jumped on the site tour. First stop was the actual ground control center used for the 60s to 80s rocket launches. The current ground control center is one floor down. Second stop on the tour was a building where they are developing vehicles and ...

          On the road again...

          A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 04, 2015

          ... a weekend so the traffic was not too bad. Seabrook is a really nice seaside town. For dinner we found an independent restaurant called Seabrook Classic Cafe. Sam had crab cakes and I had chicken schnitzel, and we shared a homemade key lime pie for dessert. The food was really yummy and there were lots of locals both eating in and taking out so it was a good ...

          From the Sublime to the (Somewhat) Ridiculous

          A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 27, 2014

          66 photos

          ... of NASA’s most precious objects: The shuttle Galileo, from the Starship Enterprise! The actual shuttle, built for the show and featured in 7 episodes, has been restored to pristine condition and donated to NASA, who has it on display. We took many photos of that, needless to say!

          All in all, this was an extremely enjoyable experience and I recommend it highly if you are in Houston.

          From that excellent adventure, ...

          Houston v Perth

          A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Jan 28, 2014

          2 comments, 3 photos

          ... Seems to work ok. The other day the traffic lights were out on one road and everyone reverted to the 4 way stop sign process which I thought was a good alternative.
          That's all I can think of for now.

          Things we like here:
          turn right at any time if safe (even at a red signal)
          Mexican food
          drive through ATM's
          the Americans' accent
          clothing prices
          lots of organic options at reasonable ...

          Days 262 - 267: USA-Road Trip Across Desert States

          A travel blog entry by djmorton on Jan 25, 2014

          63 photos

          The thickness of a piece of paper is the depth that the Grand Canyon deepens per year. As a family, we came here 13 pieces of paper ago but I can't say I recognised the difference unfortunately. The canyon can be seen from space. This is not surprising as it is 446km long and in parts, 29km wide. It's 1600m down, two billion years old and to some it up, a hell of a lot of pieces of paper! Mum and Dad gave us (me) strict instruction not to climb down the steep ...