Houston? Cozy? It certainly feels that way at several boutique hotels. The executive suites at TenTen Houston are among the finest. Here you can book short term stay or long term stay apartments in an elegant yet cozy atmosphere. Hotel Indigo Houston at The Galleria changes its artwork, music, and flowers to match the season. Hotel ICON renovated the classic 1911 First Union National Bank Building. Sports fans love the Inn at the Ballpark, a block from Minute Maid Park. At hip, contemporary Hotel Derek, the staff leaves Texas-made candies on your pillow. The more expansive but secluded Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa rises as an urban woodland retreat. There is a lot more to this city then its hotels. Here are some attractions you should check out while visiting.
The Houston Zoo is made up of many moving parts. They have over 6,000 permanent residents (their animals) for whom we provide housing, meals, medical care and, yes, even education! There are over over 2 million guests each year who come to experience the incredible variety of animals and ecosystems, as well as attend special private and public events and entertainment. Their dedicated staff works around the clock to ensure that the Zoo is always running smoothly for the safety and well being of the residents and guests. You can get deals on tickets with the concierge at your rental loft building. Take advantage of the services offered at the fully furnished apartment community. The Houston Zoo provides a fun, unique, and inspirational experience fostering appreciation, knowledge, and care for the natural world.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science is a science museum located on the northern border of Hermann Park in Houston, Texas, USA. It is just a short drive from the luxury housing at TenTen Houston. The museum was established in 1909 by the Houston Museum and Scientific Society, an organization whose goals were to provide a free institution for the people of Houston focusing on education and science. Museum attendance totals over two million visitors each year. The museum complex consists of a central facility with four floors of natural science halls and exhibits, Burke Baker Planetarium, Cockrell Butterfly Center and theWortham Giant Screen Theater (formerly known as the Wortham IMAX Theatre).