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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegency Inn & Suites Houston
Located near the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, the Regency Inn and Suites Humble is a nice hotel to stay at, and affordable for a private room. Actually located in the city of Humble, right at the city limit of Houston.
Getting to it is not too difficult, but definitely do some home work. It is just off the highway, and a short drive away from some fast food restaurants, gas stations, and a strip mall. If returning the rental car the next day, the gas station is a good place to refuel.
Days Inn Humble is basically your cheap hotel, where the rooms are accessible from outdoors only. Reception is located in a separate building, which is also where breakfast is served. The breakfast is okay, as it's just coffee and cereal and milk. Though, who knows how long the cereal has been sitting there?
The room is very nice, with each one having its own kitchen. And a flat screen TV with satellite. The beds are very comfortable, and the bathroom, for the most part, is basic. The only big problem, is the running water, which feels oily. Also, there is a swinging bench in the room. Not sure what the purpose of that is, being inside the room.
This place is a good choice if you have a flight the next morning. It takes around 5 to 10 minutes to get to the Car Rental Center, depending on traffic and weather. And at the price I paid on Priceline, I would say, it was a great deal.
I would definitely stay here again if I had the choice.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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