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Downtown Houston, Texas is the central business district of the city. The boundaries of the area are roughly the area between Interstate 10, Interstate 45 and Highway 59. Downtown Houston is home to several major corporations such as Shell Oil and El Paso Corporation. Many skyscrapers dominate the area including the Bank of America Center and the Continental Center. The area is divided into several districts. The oldest area of downtown, and of the entire city, is the historic district. This district dates back to the founding of the city in the late 1830s. Old Market Square Park is at the heart of the district. Another interesting district is the theater district. This area is the home of many fine dining establishments and the headquarters of the Houston Library system. Many concert venues are located in this area. The downtown area is also the home of the Houston Pavilions development. This project is expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the area and provide many additional dining and shopping opportunities. Downtown Hotel Service offers Hotels near Downtown Houston that are quality hotels at a affordable price. Use our Search box above or click here to see available hotels!
Check out Featured Hotels near Houston Downtown
Holiday Inn West Energy Corridor
1112 Eldridge Parkway
Houston, TX 77077 US
Welcome to the Holiday Inn West Energy Corridor hotel located just off Katy Freeway at Dairy Ashford, in the Energy Corridor and only 15 miles... read more
Residence Inn Downtown
1904 Dallas Street
Houston, TX 77002 US
Experience luxury in the Residence Inn Houston Downtown Hotel by Marriott, housed in the stunning 1921 Humble Oil Building... read more
About Downtown Houston
The downtown Houston area is a thriving, eclectic blend of old and new. Known for its superb dining, historic culture and lots to see and do, this city is a happening place sure to delight persons of every age. There will always be a plentiful supply of sights and activity for tourists and residents alike.
For the history buff, Houston's Market Square Park is located in the center of the city's historic district and is the former site of more than just one city hall building. Niko Niko's Market Square restaurant nearby is highly recommended and boasts outdoor shaded seating. Slow down and enjoy a leisurely walk around the park and soak in the historic ambiance of the Market Square.
The Downtown Aquarium and Restaurant is a must see, six acre spread with hundreds of underwater species from all corners of the world. A Ferris wheel, carousel and other games and amusement rides will keep kids of all ages entertained; while their upscale bar is a sophisticated place for adults to meet and mingle. The aquatic complex also houses a ballroom perfect for all sorts of entertaining needs.
Minute Maid Park, home to the Houston Astros, is available for ballpark tours that allow fans to visit the dugouts, press boxes and historic Union Station. Whether a baseball fan or not, Minute Maid Park's architecture is impressive and a beauty a midst Houston's skyline. A visit to the stadium is definitely time worthy.
Several other great attractions include Bayou Place, a vibrant hot spot of dining and entertainment, City Hall and Hermann Square, where there is nearly always a festival or event taking place daily around its reflective pool and the Saint Arnold Brewing Company, the oldest craft brewery in Texas. Also located downtown is the George Bush Monument and the Chase Tower Observation Deck. If shopping is on the agenda, check out The Shops at Houston Center that boasts several shops and lots of dining options.
Downtown Houston has something for everybody. No one will be disappointed when choosing to visit this culturally rich city. Make sure to enjoy all the hospitality that Houston has to offer.