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Hotels in Houston start at $45 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Our Guide To Cheap Hotels In Houston

The juxtaposition has been well-described in the past. It isn’t so much a contrast of opposites as it is a coexistence of opportunities. Houston is as much a cosmopolitan metropolis as it is a city full of southern charm. A social chameleon that could change colors on a seemingly daily basis. One day would be broken-in blue jeans and cowboy boots and the next a stunning outfit pulled from the latest high-fashion catwalk. Dinner might be finger-lickin’ barbecue with a side of cornbread, or pecan-crusted rainbow trout on a bed of baby greens. Entertainment for the evening may be a classic rock concert at an open-air amphitheater or a wine-and-cheese gala at a refined art gallery. There is no right or wrong, better or worse; it’s all exceptional.

Where are the best places to stay in Houston?

When you are trying to determine where to stay in Houston, you’ll enjoy that same freedom of choice, knowing that you can’t go wrong with any option. Travelocity can help you find Houston hotels that are a perfect match. Some of the more popular options are high-rise hotels in the contemporary downtown area, comfortable lodging close to universities and health care facilities, and upscale luxury accommodations in neighborhoods throughout the city.

Downtown:

Perhaps nowhere in the city is the convergence of opposites more evident than in downtown. Here, you’ll find a fast-paced business community by day and a dynamic entertainment hub come nightfall. Classic neighborhood pubs stand next to trendy nightclubs. And professional sports arenas offer you a chance to cheer on the big boys while open green areas allow you to watch life pass by at a slower speed. Because of the diversity—as well as its proximity to many of the city’s most popular attractions—downtown is home to many of the top hotels in Houston. Here are some of the best bets for staying downtown:

  • Hyatt Regency Houston: Talk about an all-in-one hotel! Not only does the Hyatt Regency boast nearly 1,000 well-appointed rooms, it also has a roof-top pool to serve as a cooling oasis in the concrete jungle, flexible meeting space and conference facilities, and two of the most impressive restaurants in town. On street-level, you’ll find Shula’s Steak House—part of the award-winning group of chophouses started by the legendary football coach. Thirty-four floors above, you can enjoy dinner with a view in Spindletop, the city’s only revolving rooftop restaurant.
  • Hilton Americas – Houston: Even though this was built as a business-traveler hotel with nearly 100,000 square feet of meeting space and a sky bridge to the convention center, the state-of-the-art hotel also offers a host of amenities like multiple bars, lounges, restaurants, and the largest Starbucks in Texas.

Whether you’re attending an important conference at the George R. Brown Convention Center, catching a game at the Toyota Center or Minute Made Park, or taking a leisurely stroll in the Discovery Green Park, your downtown hotel will put you close to the action.

Texas Medical Center Hotels:

While the hub of the neighborhood is the Texas Medical Center, there is much more here than just hospitals. With over 50 universities, medical institutions, and health care organizations hosting more than 7 million annual visitors, this is the largest life science center on the planet. Even though heart and cancer research facilities are the backbone of the medical center, visitors looking to rent a room in Houston—like at the Wyndham Hotel and Suites —can take advantage of other attractions in the area. The 445-acre Herman Park offers a tranquil setting with pedal boats, a teahouse, manicured gardens, and even a golf course. The Houston Museum District is also nearby, with The Museum of Fine Arts, The Health Museum, Rothko Chapel, and Contemporary Arts Museum Houston—all of which deliver a welcome diversion from the otherwise academic pursuits happening in other parts of the neighborhood.

Luxury Hotels:

Sometimes, all you want out of your vacation is to enjoy a side of life that you don’t have the chance to experience in your workaday world—or even in retirement for that matter. Pampering yourself with a stay at a luxury hotel is one way to live like royalty while you are away from home. In Houston, upscale accommodations like the Magnolia Hotel go far beyond a fancy mint on your pillow and a turndown service. Enjoy stunning modern decors, attentive world-class customer service, and other amenities like chic boutiques, trendy lounges, and indulging spas that help transport you to another place.

Whether you are looking for cheap hotels in Houston, the extravagance of an opulent resort, or comfortable accommodations conveniently located downtown, Travelocity can help you book your stay with ease. In typical Houston style, you’ll get two things that aren’t always found together—a great room at a great price.

All you need to know about hotels in Houston 

Where can I find cheap hotels in Houston?


At Travelocity, you’ll find really nice hotels in Houston at great prices. We source incredible prices with our trusted partners, so you have a tempting selection of cheap hotels to choose from. If you can be flexible on dates and location—maybe stay at a hotel near Houston rather than in Houston—we may find you even better rates, too.


How do I find the best Houston hotel deals?


Simple! On Travelocity, look through the fantastic offers we’ve already found in Houston then use our filters to find a great deal that’s perfect for you. Enter your travel dates, select the number of rooms you need, and we’ll do the rest. You can get great discounts on flights and car hire, too, when you bundle.


How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Houston?


The cheapest hotel in Houston is $45 per night, and we have hotels to suit every budget and every taste. Of course, the price you pay depends on your dates of travel, the length of your stay, and the hotel’s location. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms may apply.


How many hotels are in Houston?


There are 4915 hotels in Houston on Travelocity. Out of reviews, the average rating for Houston hotels is 0.0.


What are the best hotels in Houston?


Houston has so many great hotels to choose from at Travelocity—and it’s so easy to find the perfect one. Just choose one of our popular pre-selected hotels with great reviews, or you can refine your search to build your ideal stay. Simply filter hotels based on price or star rating, or select properties with a pool, a hot tub, or a range of other amenities and pick the best place to stay in Houston for you!.


When is the best time to visit Houston?


If you want the joy of a fun-filled trip in peak season, visit Houston during July, March, June. If you’d prefer the peace of off-season, book a stay during quieter months, such as October, December, November.


When is the cheapest time to stay in Houston?


Our data shows December is usually the cheapest month to visit Houston. However, we have incredible deals all year round, so we’re confident you’ll find a room in your budget whenever you choose to travel.


Are there any great family-friendly hotels in Houston?


There are multiple hotels in Houston that will please the whole family. You need adjoining rooms, baby-sitting services or a swimming pool? We got you covered. Use our family filter to narrow your search down and use guest reviews to help you pick the perfect place for your next family trip to Houston. We have plenty of kids-friendly hotels in Houston to choose from on Travelocity!


Why book a hotel in Houston through Travelocity?


Because we have at the top hotels in Houston! We want to help you travel more and worry less. That’s why we’ve put the most amazing hotel, car rental, and flight deals in one place. When you search for hotels with us, you know you’re getting fantastic prices with no hidden fees and free cancellation on most properties up to 24 hours before your stay. If you become a Travelocity member, you also get exclusive member discounts. Sign up today!


How do I cancel my hotel booking in Houston on Travelocity?


Canceling your booking with Travelocity is easy. Sign into your account and select My Trips. Here, you will see your cancellation options. We offer free cancellation on many properties.


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