The Westin Houston Downtown

1520 Texas Avenue, Houston, Texas, 77002, United States | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $155.00
 

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Three Day Potty Training

A travel blog entry by birdhelen1

... platforms. Understanding of the necessities for the education is likewise important to avoid getting stalled while in process. Obviously, a suitable three day toilet training system ought to clearly stipulate the directives for each day of the three-day schooling. It should also give an understanding concerning how to modify the training session and make it distinctive to both the youngster and the parent. Bowel actions are vital ...

Slowly Westward

A travel blog entry by mrear99

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... went to Fanning Springs. Although it was quite crowded for it being the 4thof July weekend, we found a spot to park, changed into swim suits and then made our way down to the spring. The outside temperature was well into the sticky 90’s. We knew the park ranger’s stock answer for the water temperature: “72 degrees year round” and looked forward to the enjoyably shock of refreshment. Isabelle was chuffed with her newish ...

Day 14 - Back to Houston

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon

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Fortunately, everything was on time for our flight home today. We took a taxi to Charles De Gaulle and departed right around 12:30pm. Our 8.5 hour flight to Washington, DC was fairly smooth (except for a little turbulence upon our descent). We got through customs and immigration really fast and headed back to the concourse to catch our flight to Houston. Coincidentally, our friends Donald and Luz ...

Horseriding & Thunderstorms

A travel blog entry by niccis

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... Louise had Wrangler and my perfect boy was called ToyBoy. They have 24 horses on the Ranch and only 3 mares. On our ride we saw the herd of Buffalo and their largest Longhorns. Those cows are impressive. Donny hates the buffalos and with good reason so we kept away from them on our trail. I love love loved it. I think i might pick up horse riding again when we get back home. I had forgotten how much i loved horses. ToyBoy was the youngest of the group and ...

Closing In On Houston

A travel blog entry by mcalla2000

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So Mr. Brian Bulger sends and email and says "Cal, why are you doing this?" Ah yes, Mr. Bulger, that is a very good question. Well, the shorter answer is that I have always wanted to do this and now I have chance, so I am doing it. There is more and I will share some more along the way. I had a few conversations with co-workers recently about meaning of ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Central Houston area of Houston, is near Minute Maid Park, Houston Symphony, Market Square Historic District, and Jones Hall.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Westin Houston Downtown

    Great location, horrible customer service

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    The hotel is nice and the location is great, but the customer service is far from acceptable. We paid 250.00/night for an executive level room and there was a dirty towel left in the shower. The service at the restaurant was extremely slow and we were basically told at check in to not bother with room service because it would be well over an hour for the food to arrive. My impression is that they feel that since the hotel location is so good they do not need to worry about customer service. I will not be returning to this hotel.

    Great Service, Outstanding Hotel, Go Astros!

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    From the moment we drove up to the front door, the service was incredible. The bellmen, the valet men, the front desk people were all very helpful and attentive to every detail. They have a courtesy van that will take you anywhere downtown. They took us to the Rockets/Mavs playoff game. They took me to CVS to get milk for my 2 year old. They picked us up from the basketball game. The hotel is directly across from the Minute Maid Ballpark. It's great to be able to walk back after a game to the comfort of your room within minutes. They offer Vic and Anthony's Steakhouse for in room dining from 5pm-10pm. Their food is awesome! Having a 2 year old, it's a lot easier to eat in the room. We love fine dining and we were able to get both at The Inn at the Ballpark. You can also order from the cafe on the first floor for fantastic sandwiches, salads, soups and entrees. All I can say is we had a first class experience at a great price from Expedia.com. If you are an Astros Fan and want a weekend full of Astro Excitement then this is the place to stay. Also, make sure you get club seats (200 level) in Minute Maid Park. Their club is second to none when it comes to baseball parks. Have Fun and Go Astros!

    I had a great stay

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    I stayed at the Inn at the Ballpark to see the Astros and the Cubs with my wife.We have not stayed at a nicer hotel in the Houston area.The staff was great and the location could not have been bettter.

    The place to stay to see a game!

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    My girlfriend and I stayed at the Inn at the Ballpark for one night in August of 2004, ($99 for a Sunday night stay). The only reason we were in Houston that night was to see the Astros play that day. If you are in town to see a game, this is a great place to stay. It is right across the street from Minute Maid Park, a 30 second walk. The room was very nice, and the bed was very comfortable. We also ate at Vic & Anthonys which is a steakhouse affiliated and right next door to the hotel. The food was very good, but expensive. The only problem we encountered, was that we couldn't get an early check-in, I would expect this to be the case whenever the Astros have a home game.

    Great hotel, disappointing experience

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    This hotel is beautiful, rich decor and great rooms. I am not a baseball fan and was very pleased with the appearance of the hotel.

    Great place

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    Really liked this hotel. I am not so into baseball but was with a client who was and although it was baseball-themed, it was not over the top or too masculine. The room was spacious and there was not a lot of noise from outside the hotel or from the bar.

    Will never, EVER, stay at the Inn

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    I reserved a room in this hotel in June 2004 for a conference that I was attending in September 2004. After my calling the hotel on several occasions thereafter comfirming my reservations, less than a week prior to my visit to Houston, the hotel calls to tell me that the hotel is overbooked and they can no longer accomodate my previous reservations. The management team was very rude and unprofessional in explaining to me my limited number of options. This whole ordeal was managed very poorly and it is a horrible reflection on the hotel for them to just give my previously arranged reservations to someone else. That shows me that they do not value me as a customer! If I am ever to return to the Houston area, I will never make plans to stay at the Inn at the Ballpark due to the unprofessionalism of the staff!

    Loved this hotel - it's beautiful

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    My 10 year old son and I stayed here when we went to see an Astros game. Very beautiful hotel, extremely "baseball-themed", but in a classy way. Everyone was very nice, room service was quick. We didn't want to leave!

    Wonderful hotel

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    We stayed at the inn during the Cubs and Astros series. The rooms were super and so was the service along with the food and the atmosphere. I have stayed at quite a few 5 star hotels and this was up there with the best of them! We will stay there for now on!

    We'll Be Back!

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    We stayed at Inn at the Ballpark after an Astros' game. It couldn't be more convenient to Minute Maid Park (right across the street) or a more inviting place to stay. Nice, warm colors and comfortable furniture in the lobby/bar area. Smoking is only allowed at the bar itself, so non-smokers can enjoy a drink in the relaxing park-like setting away from any offending smoke. The room itself was also quite nice and comfortable. The ceiling fan is a nice touch. The entrance and bathroom flooring looked like hardwood. Double sinks in the bathroom; there was both a glass shower and a shower/tub combo. The only problems were (1) the shower head was too low for most average sized persons and (2) the air conditioner made noises that our sound soother couldn't drown out, so we were awakened during the night. If we had stayed more than one night, we would have requested something try to be done about the A/C noise. Overall a great hotel experience!

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Westin Houston Downtown

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding