Courtyard by Marriott Houston Hobby Airport is a great hotel for families with children to stay. This hotel is just around the corner from the Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden, Heritage Society Museum and Houston Zoo. A few other attractions include The Houston Museum of Natural Science and Reliant Stadium. The 4-star hotel has 147 rooms; it also has a nearby golf course, swimming pool and fitness center. Courtyard by Marriott Houston Hobby Airport dining options include room service and onsite restaurant. Brady’s Landing Restaurant, Lupe Tortilla’s and Taqueria Del Sol are all family-friendly restaurants that are notable and are near the hotel.
Courtyard by Marriott hotels are located in more than 35 countries and provide all the comfort of a Marriott brand. Rooms are spacious and some hotels provide kitchens or kitchenettes, and most locations feature one on-site restaurant, swimming pools and Wi-Fi. Learn more about Courtyard by Marriott hotels.
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- Good location
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- Onsite Dining
My husband and I came in very late after a frustrating day of travel and a last minute cancelled flight stranding us in Houston without a flight out until 10 PM the next day. I’ll admit I was on the verge of tears when we arrived to the hotel. Immediately, I was impressed with the kindness and professionalism our front desk attendant checked us in with. I travel frequently for work and always stay at Marriott hotels, and never have I felt inclined to write a review about one of the employees themselves that stood out in such a positive way. She instantly made me feel at home and was so kind to accommodate whatever requests she could. She was sympathic and just so lovely. Miracle, I can’t thank you enough for doing your best to turn our night around, and I hope the hotel knows how lucky they are to have you. Thanks again. You’re an angel.
I recently checked in very late on a recent stay and the young lady at the front desk was incredibly busy, juggling four different tasks. She was very apologetic for making me wait for a few minutes and then handled my check in politely and efficiently despite more people coming to the desk, the phone ringing and customers purchasing food.
She was awesome and I think that type of performance should be recognized. Her name was, appropriately, Miracle.