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5 Best Family-Friendly Hotels in Houston

There are plenty of activities and shopping in Houston to keep visitors of all ages entertained, so many travelers head to this Texas city with their families in tow. If you’re unsure which Houston hotels are best to book for the entire family, check out the following list for a good starting point.

The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa

If you book a stay at The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa, your whole family will thank you for it. The hotel provides amenities for all kinds of travelers, from child care and activities for the youngest members of your family to a full-service spa and enormous health club. The health club offers activities like tennis, racquetball, and a climbing wall for more active guests. Best of all, you will be right in the heart of Houston’s Uptown neighborhood with its huge selection of shopping, dining, and nightlife options.

Hotel Granduca

The kid-friendly Hotel Granduca provides child care services on-site, and is also a great choice for pet lovers as up to two animals under 60 lbs are allowed in the rooms. Enjoy the Old-World Italian decor in the rooms, as well as the refreshing pool and full-service spa and sauna. The rooms are all spacious and some include a living room as well, so members of large families will have some personal space while enjoying their Houston visit together.

Hotel Indigo At The Galleria

For more budget-friendly traveling families, Hotel Indigo At The Galleria offers great service and comfortable rooms at relatively low prices. For just under $100, you will enjoy rooms with Wi-Fi, luxurious beds, in-room games, and a TV to keep children entertained. The Hotel Indigo is also just steps away from Houston’s famous Galleria mall, as well as the Hard Rock Cafe and the nearby Verizon Wireless Theatre.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Houston Near the Galleria

Another great option near the fun Galleria is the Homewood Suites by Hilton Houston Near the Galleria. At this hotel, suites can comfortably fit up to 6 people which makes it an ideal choice for guests with large families. Nearby activities like a day at the Houston Zoo or a baseball game at Minute Maid Park offer great entertainment for both children and adults. Parents can relax at the indoor pool or get in a workout at the fitness room, and then mingle with other guests during the evening social hour the hotel provides with free drinks and snacks.

The St. Regis Houston

If your family is looking for a more luxurious stay in the city, book your room at The St. Regis Houston. The St. Regis has a great flat-screen TV and iPod docking station to keep all family members entertained, as well as a beautiful outdoor pool for the kids while parents head to the day spa for a full range of treatments. The hotel is close to both the Galleria Mall and Houston’s beautiful Uptown neighborhood.

Book a hotel in Houston that your whole family will enjoy with one of the above options, and have a great time in the Lone Star State!

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