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OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69
OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69
OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69
OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69
OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69

OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69

Plainfield St, Houston· 12.2 mi
14 people booked this hotel today
4.2 (91 Ratings)·Very Good
Parking Facility
Designated Smoking Area
Free Wifi
+ 14 more
Full Bed
$54$6820% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway
OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway
OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway
OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway
OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway

OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway

14833 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX, 77094· 16.6 mi
22 people booked this hotel today
3.4 (258 Ratings)·Fair
King Sized Bed
King Sized Bed
Wheelchair Accessible
+ 35 more
Full Bed Accessible
$48$6121% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX
OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX
OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX
OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX
OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX

OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX

4726 FM 1960 W, Houston· 17.5 mi
4.1 (143 Ratings)·Very Good
Business Facilities
AC
King Sized Bed
+ 25 more
King Bed
$56$7020% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610
OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610
OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610
OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610
OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610

OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610

8100 Eastex freeway, Houston, TX 77385· 5.5 mi
2.7 (15 Ratings)·Fair
AC
Parking Facility
King Sized Bed
+ 13 more
King Bed
$51$6420% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria
OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria
OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria
OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria
OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria

OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria

3101 Sage Rd, Houston, TX, 77056· 6.1 mi
4.2 (6 Ratings)·Very Good
Parking Facility
Designated Smoking Area
Free Wifi
+ 17 more
Queen Bed
$72$9020% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Shenandoah Woodlands Mall
OYO Hotel Shenandoah Woodlands Mall
OYO Hotel Shenandoah Woodlands Mall
OYO Hotel Shenandoah Woodlands Mall
OYO Hotel Shenandoah Woodlands Mall

OYO Hotel Shenandoah Woodlands Mall

I 45 S, Shenandoah TX· 28.8 mi
4.4 (51 Ratings)·Very Good
Pets Not allowed
Business Facilities
AC
+ 32 more
King Bed
$55$6920% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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Hotel Bliss Boardwalk, Kemah TX-146 By OYO
Hotel Bliss Boardwalk, Kemah TX-146 By OYO
Hotel Bliss Boardwalk, Kemah TX-146 By OYO
Hotel Bliss Boardwalk, Kemah TX-146 By OYO
Hotel Bliss Boardwalk, Kemah TX-146 By OYO
4.7 (5 Ratings)·Excellent
24/7 Checkin
Wheelchair Accessible
Daily Housekeeping
+ 23 more
King Bed
$50$6320% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Rosenberg TX I-69
OYO Hotel Rosenberg TX I-69
OYO Hotel Rosenberg TX I-69
OYO Hotel Rosenberg TX I-69
OYO Hotel Rosenberg TX I-69

OYO Hotel Rosenberg TX I-69

28382 Southwest Fwy, Rosenberg TX, 77471· 30.9 mi
3.9 (31 Ratings)·Good
AC
King Sized Bed
TV
+ 22 more
Queen Bed
$60$7621% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59
OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59
OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59
OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59
OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59

OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59

Eastway Village Dr, Humble· 18.2 mi
9 people booked this hotel today
4.0 (75 Ratings)·Very Good
Pets Not allowed
Outdoor Fireplace
Express Check-in/Check-out
+ 39 more
King Bed Smoking
$50$6320% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Channelview I-10
OYO Hotel Channelview I-10
OYO Hotel Channelview I-10
OYO Hotel Channelview I-10
OYO Hotel Channelview I-10

OYO Hotel Channelview I-10

East Fwy, Channelview TX· 14.5 mi
3.8 (68 Ratings)·Good
AC
King Sized Bed
Parking Facility
+ 17 more
King Bed
$59$7420% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North
OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North
OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North
OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North
OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North

OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North

11206 W Airport Blvd, Stafford TX, 77477· 14.6 mi
4.2 (102 Ratings)·Very Good
King Sized Bed
TV
AC
+ 22 more
Premium King Bed
$66$8320% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10
Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10
Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10
Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10
Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10

Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10

15919 East Fwy, Channelview TX, 77530· 15.0 mi
3.0 (1 Ratings)·Fair
Mini Fridge
Coffee/Tea Maker
TV
+ 43 more
King Bed
$45$5619% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North
OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North
OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North
OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North
OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North

OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North

12701 North Freeway I45, Houston· 9.8 mi
1.7 (8 Ratings)·Fair
Pets Not allowed
AC
AC
+ 22 more
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Traveling to Texas? Book the best budget hotels in Houston.

If the American city of your dreams involves the classics—rodeos, cattle ranches, beautiful sunsets, and a timeless bayou running through it—Houston, Texas is where you should be.

Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States. From iconic sports teams to exciting Tex-Mex cuisine, beautiful museums, and open green spaces, there’s always something to do in Houston. With direct flights from all over the country, Houston is a great destination for a weekend holiday. There are many great places to visit in Houston, including The Galleria, Midtown Houston, NRG Stadium, University Of Houston, Toyota Center, 4805 Schurmier Road, Suite E, and more.

You can easily find hotels within your budget. OYO offers affordable hotels near all central locations, including the University of Houston, Space Center Houston, and the Galleria. Would you like to stay near the airport? Houston has got you covered with a range of Houston airport hotels.

About Houston

Houston is one of the most charming, diverse, and unique cities in the US. With more than 11,000 restaurants, 150 museums, and three professional sports stadiums within city limits, the fourth largest city in the United States seems to lack for nothing. Houston's mix of international charm and old-world southern vibes makes it one of the most exciting places in the world.

You will easily find some of Houston's best and most affordable AC hotels with all the amenities. Houston's tourist attractions are reasons enough to attract hundreds of thousands of tourists annually.

When To Visit

The best time to visit Houston is between February-April and September-November. Due to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, Houston experiences a warm climate (and affordable hotel rates) all year round. Still, the spring and autumn temperatures are pleasant, and you can enjoy a variety of festivals.

Houston also experiences mild winters in December or January so traveling to Houston becomes more enjoyable in these months.

How to get to Houston, Texas

Getting to Houston is easy, thanks to the well-connected George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport. Most major international carriers fly to Bush Intercontinental Airport, while Hobby Airport operates domestic flights via American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, and JetBlue Airways.

Houston is accessible by train via Amtrak’s Sunset Limited from New Orleans to Los Angeles with a stop in Houston.

Book the best hotels in Houston. Those traveling from Dallas, Galveston, Austin, San Antonio, or New Orleans, can take the Megabus line to Houston.

How To Get Around Houston

Car rental services give travelers the flexibility to easily explore the Houston area. Houston is so famous that travelers who want to visit multiple attractions may find it convenient to rent a car during their stay to get the most out of their experience.

METRORail is another viable option. It offers convenient and accessible services in the heart of the city between downtown Houston and NRG Park.

BCycle is perfect for anyone looking for an affordable way to cycle downtown, along Buffalo Bayou, or the Houston Museum District.

Where To Stay In Houston

If you are looking for places to stay in Houston, Texas, you will be spoilt for choices. Houston is a metropolitan city with many regions, each unique. Unfortunately, these neighborhoods are so unique that it can be challenging to pick just one of Houston's top neighborhoods.

Best accommodation in Houston

OYO Hotels in Houston offers a vast array of services and amenities like parking space and swimming pools. If you are looking for comfortable yet mighty cheap in Houston TX, look no further than the OYO Hotels. You can also avail hotel deals/ hotel discounts from time to time.

OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69

It is a low-cost hotel with excellent amenities, ideal for visitors seeking a basic and comfortable stay. It is one of the best Houston hotels downtown.

OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway

It's a low-cost AC hotel in Houston with basic amenities at the best possible price. For your convenience, they provide a premium check-in experience and a parking facility. The nearest airport is also just 27 miles from the property.

OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria

This hotel is located in the heart of Houston, and the Galleria shopping center is only a 10-minute drive away. This inexpensive hotel, located only 6 miles from the Houston Zoo and 29 miles from Space Center Houston, offers typical amenities at the best price.

Book hotels in Houston and enjoy your trip!

Popular Areas In Houston

When looking for accommodation in Houston, staying in certain areas will put you closer to the Houston tourist attractions. In addition, strategically located accommodations can help you save on the cost of getting around the city.

Downtown

Downtown Houston is the central business district of the country's fourth-largest city, offering something to everyone. There is no limit to entertainment, as professional sports teams like the Astros and Rockets call this part of the city their hometown.

Houston Heights

Located northwest of downtown Houston Heights is a historic district dating back to the late 19th century. Thrift shops, antique shops, and cafes are popular on the Heights Strip.

Montrose

Celebrate art, culture, food, and nightlife in the quirky Montrose district west of downtown Houston. Sip coffee at a local café, spend the day shopping, enjoy custom cocktails at the bar, and end the night at one of the relaxing hotels near Houston airport.

The Galleria / Uptown

The Galleria/Uptown area is Houston's most exclusive and prestigious shopping district. It is home to over 700 retail stores, fine dining, and hotels within 2 square miles. The area is also home to Texas's largest mall, the Galleria Mall.

Museum District

There's a lot to do, explore, and eat here that will keep you busy all day long. The aesthetic tree-lined avenues are within walking distance and accessible by METRORail, making it easy for tourists to explore many attractions.

What To See

Let's talk about places to visit in Houston. Whatever your interests, Houston has suitable attractions for you. With Houston offering countless world-class attractions and activities, adding a day or two to your trip would be a good idea. Some of the places you have to visit in Houston include the following:

Space Center Houston

When in Houston, make sure to visit the incredible Space Center- the official visitor center of NASA's Johnson Space Center. Visitors can walk through replicas of space shuttles and space stations, and even touch a rock from the moon.

Children will especially love the rocket park that features real rockets on display. An open-air tram tour takes visitors to Mission Control where astronauts train for space missions. Make sure you check out Space Center Houston hours before you plan your visit to avoid unwanted surprises.

If you’re looking to unwind after a great day at the Space Center, you can check in to the OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69 located close by.

Houston's Museum District

Art lovers will find their versions of paradise in Houston’s expansive and splendid Museum District. Make your way to downtown Houston to the district where a total of 19 museums await, out of which 11 are free to the public. Some of the most popular ones are the Museum of Fine Arts, the Children’s Museum of Houston, the Menil Collection, and the Holocaust Museum.

Buffalo Bayou Park

When you need a break from the dizzying attractions of the city, visit the rejuvenating Buffalo Bayou Park. It’s an excellent location for walks, biking, or a picnic with the family. If you’re more adventurous, rent a canoe or stand-up paddleboard and explore the serene waters of Buffalo Bayou.

The park is located close to great hotels such as OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway located close to 10950 Katy Freeway.

Vintage Shopping

If you like all things old-school and retro, 19th Street in The Heights is a fantastic place to be. This colorful and quirky area contains stores with great vintage décor, clothing, interesting collectibles, and accessories.

Galveston Beaches

The quiet shores of Galveston are perfect for a quick and relaxing day trip from Houston. Located just an hour away, visitors can shift gears into a slower pace of life at historic downtown Galveston, miles of sand and sea, and quaint restaurants by the shore.

Houston Museum of Natural Science

It is one of the most famous museums in the city. With a fun outing for all ages, the museum covers a wide range of topics that everyone in your group will enjoy. Stop by the Paleontology Hall to see some complete dinosaur skeletons during your visit.

The Menil Collection

The Menil Collection is best known for having the most significant number of Max Ernst works worldwide. In addition, the Menil collection contains not only contemporary artworks but also works by Byzantine masters and abstract and surrealist themes.

Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park

Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park features an impressive multi-layered sculptural fountain, with water flowing over large concrete walls and sculptures. Unfortunately, the photos don't do this fascinating place any justice; it's something that you must see yourself to appreciate its beauty.

Houston's Street Art

Often overlooked by tourists, Houston's street art, or what many refer to as graffiti, is impressive and beautiful. These colorful murals decorate the walls of many buildings and facilities in different parts of the city and are worth the time to drive around and explore.

What To Do

There's something to do for everyone in Houston, from shopping, eating, and exploring to relaxing at spas and chilling at picnics and museums. You will never run out of fun places to go in Houston.

Spend a day at Hermann Park

The city park welcomes more than 6 million visitors annually. You can check out the Mecom Fountain dancing at night, stroll around the Houston Zoo, or visit the Butterfly House at the Houston Museum of Natural Science on the park's northern border.

Explore the city on the hop-on-hop-off bus

The double-decker buses have several stops in the city and take you to some of the city's most popular attractions, including Buffalo Bayou, Museum District, BBVA Stadium, and Minute Maid Park. In addition, the recorded audio commentary makes it an educational experience.

Take your children to the Downtown Aquarium

Downtown Aquarium is an adventurous place with an aquarium full of fish, sharks, touch tanks, and educational exhibits. Guests love the on-site Ferris wheel, water carousel, and shark voyage train.

Go skydiving

Is jumping off a plane on your bucket list? Then, Houston is the place for it! Not many places can offer the outstanding aerial view as Houston. With the Gulf of Mexico in one direction and the dramatic skyline in the other, it's a visual masterpiece.

Admire the creative work of the Menil collection

The Menil Collection is highly regarded in the Houston art scene. With paintings, sketches, handmade sculptures, artistic photographs, old school prints, and rare books, entertainment can last for hours at the Menil Collection.

Watch a totally weird orange show

Visiting this special place is one of Houston's strangest but most important things. Using disposable items, broken tiles, and junk, McKissack has transformed the area into a whimsical place looking like a mix of a museum, a maze, and a stage- everything in his favorite color, Orange.

Nightlife in Houston

If you Google 'what to do at night in Houston,' you will have difficulty choosing a single spot or activity. Houston has excellent and happening nightlife. However, as with all big cities, some areas should not be overlooked, and some should be avoided in the drinking scene.

In addition to the thriving scene of fancy cocktails, Houston has plenty of laid-back diving, a sunny beer garden with lots of outdoor space, and many famous live music spots. Those who like the chic and velvet nightclub experience will not be disappointed either. The nightlife in Houston is not to be missed if you visit the city.

What To Eat in Houston

Houston's dining scene is ethnically diverse, with over 10k restaurants representing cuisine worldwide. With so many options, it's not surprising that visitors leave the city with a memorable dining experience.

Tony Thai

No other place does pad thai quite like Tony Thai. The place has mastered the art of balancing the flavors in this iconic dish. It is a must-have in Houston.

The Waffle Bus

Do you think you have already had the best chicken and waffles? Then, visit the Waffle bus to be proven wrong. The genius people at this food truck do magic by squeezing chicken nuggets in between waffle fries, then drizzling it in their homemade spicy mayo- yummy is the word.

Common Bond

Pick any baked product at the Common Bond, and it will leave you feeling #totallyblessed! Kouign Amann is a must-try at this place. It is like a croissant, made up of flaky layers and a crunchy sugar glaze.

Shopping Spots

In an energetic and dynamic city like Houston, shopping is more than just a souvenir buying opportunity. The city loves its malls, so many sophisticated and modern malls exist. Here are some popular spots if you are wondering where to shop in Houston.

The Galleria

The Galleria is a modern shopping spot in Houston. In addition to luxury brands such as Versace, Chanel, and Jimmy Choo, you will also find long-standing favorites such as H & M and Adidas in the Galleria mall.

Traders Village

It is Texas's largest weekend flea market. Thousands of dealers sell everything from clothing and furniture to auto parts and flashy outfits. You can also browse seasonal flowers at Village Flowers and Gifts and new games and comics at Hey Bro Video Games.

Houston Premium Outlets

Houston's Premium Outlets has hundreds of major brands selling products at significantly discounted prices. For example, you can get great bargains from Coach, Burberry, Kate Spade, and Marc Jacobs.

Popular Events

Many events will make your trip unforgettable regardless of when you visit Houston. Check out some of these fun annual events first to ensure you're there at the right time.

Martin Luther King Junior Grand Parade

This annual parade marches in the heart of Houston, celebrating civil rights leaders and attracting more than 300k supporters across the country. In addition, the march will take place online and on social media this year.

Houston International Jazz Festival

The Houston International Jazz Festival has celebrated the history and music of the jazz industry for over 25 years. This popular event occurs at the House of Blues and features local, national, and international jazz artists.

Houston Restaurant Weeks

There's no better time than Restaurant Week if you want to explore Houston's culinary scene. From the first week of August to Labor Day, more than 300 restaurants in Houston offer multi-course meals at discounted prices.

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Questions and Answers

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✅ What are the best shopping spots in Houston, Tx?

Shopping in Houston offers something for everyone. As the 4th largest city in the country, Houston is one of the best places to shop. They have plenty of shopping outlets, designer stores, antique shops, and much more. Check out some of our favorite places to shop in Houston:

  • Houston Premium Outlets: This shopping center in Northwest Houston allows visitors to shop at premium stores at discounted prices. The center includes 145 designer and name-brand stores for shoppers to explore.
  • The Galleria: With over 375 stores, 30 restaurants, and a full sized ice rink, The Galleria in Houston is a must-see for visitors. The designer store list features Louis Vuitton, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, and many more. The second level features the Little Galleria Play Area for the kids to enjoy.
  • Harwin Drive: Looking for the best place to bargain hunt? Harwin Drive features tons of places to shop for good deals in Houston. The Harwin Central Mart and Harwin Outlet Mall are two of the most visited outlets that are part of this community. Harwin Drive features all kinds of small businesses and shops ranging from jewelry, perfumes, apparel, home & decor, and much more!
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✅ What are the best places and malls in Houston, Texas ?

Houston is home to many famous places and attractions for visitors to explore. There is so much to do that we had to narrow it down to our Top 3 places to see:

  • Space Center Houston: This extravagant attraction is one of the most iconic Houston has to offer. It is the Official Visitor Center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Visitors can go on the NASA tram tour to catch behind the scenes action of astronauts training for space missions in the incredible working facilities. The Space Center includes multiple exhibits and experiences where visitors can see flown aircraft, spacesuit collections, touch the limited moonrocks on Earth, and much more.
  • Houston’s Museum District: The extensive list of museums in Houston offers something for everyone. The Museum District is home to 19 different museums, 11 of which are free to the public! This is a great area for visitors to explore the rich cultural history of Houston.
  • Sports Stadiums: For sports fans, Houston is home to the Astros (MLB), Texans (NFL), and Rockets (NBA). Fans can catch a game at these stadiums that are a fundamental part of the city: Minute Maid Park (Astros), NRG Stadium (Texans), and Toyota Center (Rockets). Soccer fans can also enjoy a game at BBVA Stadium, home to Houston’s professional soccer teams, the Dynamo (MLS) and Dash (NWSL).

Following are the best malls in Houston to explore:

  • The Galleria - The Galleria is one of the biggest malls in the country. It's a popular tourist attraction in Houston too. You'll find more than 350 stores, two hotels, an ice skating rink, and some high-end designer stores. Of course, you'll also find all the regular mall stores, plus many great restaurants. There are even a few fast food places if you need something quick.
  • Highland Village - This shopping center is a favorite in Houston. It has beautiful palm trees and charming stucco buildings. You can find domestic goods at Restoration Hardware, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, and Williams-Sonoma. There are also great clothing stores like Tootsies, Banana Republic, and Chico's. If you're looking for food, you can find Asian food, steaks, and coffee here.
  • Rice Village - This shopping area near Rice University has a lot of different shops and restaurants. You can find anything you want here, including clothes, food, and hang-out places. It's a great place to explore if you're unsure what you want.
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    ✅ What to do during a layover/ one day in Houston?

    Only one day in Houston? There is still plenty to do and lots to explore. Even if you need to stay close to the airport you still have solid options to check out. Here are some ideas:

    • Nearby restaurants: There are several restaurants in close proximity to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) that are worth checking out. Gumbo Jeaux’s on JFK Blvd is within a few miles from the airport. It offers delicious American & Seafood cuisine and is one of Houston’s favorite gumbo spots! Another delicious restaurant near IAH is Jimee’s BBQ. This spot offers great Houston BBQ options to enjoy. Check out this list for more tasty options close to the airport.
    • Explore Downtown Houston: If you have some time to explore during your layover/one day, Downtown Houston is well worth your time. The area offers countless restaurants and attractions to entertain any guest. While you are here, make sure to check out everything Downtown Houston has to offer!
    • Stay at an OYO: If you are in Houston for a limited time and need a place to stay, OYO Hotels is for you! There are 12 OYOs in Houston that offer essential amenities at wallet friendly rates.

    The average cost of hotels in Houston, TX, is $70 per night. However, you can get an OYO Hotel for as low as $38 per night with amenities such as free WiFi, a king-sized bed, AC, a swimming pool, TV, and a mini-fridge. Parking facilities, coffee/tea makers, hairdryers, and in-house restaurants are also available at some OYO Hotels.

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    ✅ What can I do on a budget in Houston?

    Looking to have fun in Houston without breaking the bank? Check out this list of free things to do in Houston! Save money on your stay on these OYOs in Houston so you can enjoy more of everything that Houston has to offer. The average daily cost for a vacation in Houston is $210 per day, which includes costs for food, transportation, and lodging. You can expect to spend around $28 per day on meals. If you're staying in a hotel, the average price for a room is $80 to $100 per night. And finally, local transportation will cost you an average of $58 per day. Remember to factor in your budget the additional costs in your Houston trip, like souvenirs and activities.

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    ✅ When is the best time to visit Houston?

    The best time for a vacation in Houston is between February and April when the weather is pleasant. During these two months, there are many festivals for visitors that offer affordable fun with family members or friends. Fall also provides excellent opportunities with shorter crowds in September through November, but you'll have less selection on attractions open at any given moment. Plan accordingly since it's not as warm outside as on summer days.

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    ✅ What is the best way to get around in Houston?

    There are many ways to get around Houston that offer convenience for any need. METRORail offers convenient travel throughout downtown, midtown, and other key areas of the city. Check out this page for full details on the METRORail lines. METRO’s bus system also provides convenient transportation on city streets. Two other great options include ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft.

    There are a few options for public transportation in Houston. A light rail is a good option if you're looking to get around downtown and the surrounding areas. A local bus system is also a good option, with buses running throughout the city. If you're looking to get around at night, The Wave is a jitney service that runs between some of the city's famous nightlife areas. Finally, there are also cab services available if you need to get somewhere in a hurry.

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    ✅Are there any Pet-Friendly Hotels in Houston, TX?

    Yes, there are several pet-friendly hotels in Houston, TX.

    OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North, Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10, OYO Hotel Channelview I-10, OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX, and OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway. You might need to pay a minor fee of $10 - $15 for your pets if you decide to bring your pets along.

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    ✅What are some of the best cheap hotels in Houston?

    These are some of the best cheap hotels in Houston:

  • OYO Hotel Houston Southwest I-69
  • OYO Hotel Houston Katy Freeway
  • OYO Hotel & Apartments Houston Galleria
  • OYO Hotel Houston I-69 & I-610
  • OYO Hotel Houston N Fm-1960 Champions TX
  • OYO Hotel Houston/Humble - IAH Airport / HWY 59
  • OYO Hotel Channelview I-10
  • Hotel O Houston East Channelview I-10
  • OYO Townhouse Houston Airport North
  • OYO Hotel Stafford TX I-69 North
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    ✅ What can I do with kids in Houston?

    Houston has everything parents and kids need to create wonderful memories together. While you are here, make sure to check out our Top 3 kid-friendly activities:

    • Houston Zoo: Spend a day at the Houston Zoo and explore everything it has to offer. The Zoo includes the John P. McGovern Children’s Zoo where kids can watch otters play underwater, pet the goats in the Petting Zoo, and see other incredible animals. Kids can also enjoy the Katherine McGovern Water Play Park and the Wildlife Carousel.
    • Children’s Museum of Houston: This is an exciting place for kids who are 12 years old and younger. The Museum is full with 90,000 square feet of fun! There are countless exhibits for kids to explore and let their imagination run wild. The FlowWorks exhibit allows kids to explore science and physics with the fun of splashing water! While Kidtropolis, USA is an exhibit that allows kids to run a city and partake in real-life challenges in an engaging and interactive atmosphere.
    • Hermann Park: This 445-acre park is a wonderful place to take the kids to enjoy quality family time. Enjoy a picnic at the park, explore the Japanese Garden, and enjoy a ride on the miniature train on the Hermann Park Railroad. Hermann Park offers everything kids need to have a great time!
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    ✅ What is the nightlife like in Houston?

    Houston nightlife offers something for every taste. Whether you are looking for a dance club, casual lounge, or action-packed bars, Houston has a place to create memories that will last a lifetime. While you are here, check out some of the best neighborhoods for nightlife in Houston:

    • Downtown: The nightlife scene in Downtown Houston provides exciting opportunities for anyone visiting. High & Dry is a vibrant cocktail bar that offers a great variety of tropical drinks and includes a patio to enjoy. For those who want to get away from the typical bar scene, Dirt Bar is a local favorite with its heavy rock & roll theme. The Rustic in Downtown Houston offers free live music all week long. This bar owned by Texas country artist Pat Green is quickly becoming one of Houston’s must-see places.
    • Midtown: Howl at the Moon in Midtown is an electric piano bar that has weekly events and specials at budget-friendly prices. This spot is the essence of the Houston party scene. Axelrad Beer Garden is another Midtown Houston favorite that features a relaxing hammock garden and an extensive drink list that is sure to satisfy any guest. This happening spot also features live music, movie & comedy nights, and much more every week.
    • Washington Avenue: The nightlife on Washington Avenue adds tons of options to the Houston nightlife scene. Well known spots on this street are Max’s Wine Dive and Canyon Creek. Max’s offers an incredible wine list and food options, making it a great place for a night out. Kung Fu Saloon offers one of the most unique bar scenes with its free arcade games and countless TVs. This is an exciting spot to have a fun, laid-back night out.
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