Demand is high for furnished apartments in Houston owing to the city’s predominance as a major corporate cum tourism destination. Houston is the highest populated city in the U.S. State of Texas and the 4th highest populated city in the U.S. as well. Lying in Southeast Texas near the Gulf of Mexico and Galveston Bay, it is the administrative seat for Harris County and a principal city within the Greater Houston metropolitan zone. Houston is the southeastern anchor for the greater mega-region that is called the Texas Triangle.
Offering extra amenities such as fully equipped kitchens, private access, concierge and room cleaning services wherever available, flat-screen televisions and high-speed Wi-Fi, these furnished apartments in Houston offer practical and highly convenient solutions for short or long term stays in the city.
Serviced apartments are swiftly attaining greater popularity amongst travelers to Houston. And why not? They are better alternatives towards traditional rental accommodation, fusing comfort and convenience with contemporary amenities and facilities. The popularity of Houston serviced apartments is based on several factors including the fact that all contractual and legal aspects are neatly covered, including deposits, maintenance charges, agency fees and bills along with all furnishings and accessories.
Serviced apartments are usually situated in close proximity to major transport connections such as Underground or metro stations, key thoroughfares and bus stops. This makes it easier to access major corporate and business hubs along with major tourist attractions alongside. Some apartments even have added amenities like swimming pools and gymnasiums if available in the building.
Being serviced accommodation experts, we understand that our guests need a place that they can comfortably and safely call home in Houston. We offer round the clock assistance and support along with plush interiors and the best facilities.
Corporate housing in Houston is always a good bet for business travelers venturing to Houston. These units are ideal for relaxation needs after hectic workdays. Travelers can unwind with plush furnishings, spacious living areas, comfortable beds, flat-screen televisions, high-speed Wi-Fi and fully-equipped kitchens. These Houston serviced apartments also situated near major business destinations and public transportation facilities, ensuring a convenient experience for corporate guests.
Short term rentals in Houston are suitable for those seeking comfortable and plush accommodation for a few days or a week or even longer! These units offer spacious, luxuriously furnished and well equipped accommodation for travelers. They come with well-equipped kitchens, high-speed Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions among numerous other facilities. They are also strategically located near major tourist landmarks and places of interest.
Houston is home to numerous holiday apartments which offer practicality, ample space and convenience for leisure travelers and families. These holiday apartments in Houston are well connected to major tourist landmarks and attractions along with all necessary public transportation facilities. They are also equipped with all the modern amenities needed by travelers including fully equipped kitchens, high-speed Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions.
Houston is home to several popular neighborhoods that are suitable for travelers. These include East Downtown, University Place, Midtown, Great Uptown, Museum District and Greater Heights. Other top picks include Eldridge-West Oaks and Neartown-Montrose.
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Houston is the highest populated city in Texas State and the 4th highest populated city in the U.S. while being the highest populated city in the Southern United States. It is also the sixth highest populated city in all of North America, lying in Southeastern Texas near the Gulf of Mexico and Galveston Bay.
Houston is known for its industrial prowess along with its growth in sectors like transportation, manufacturing, energy and aeronautics. It has the second-highest headquarters of Fortune 500 entities within any U.S. municipality in city limits after New York City. The Port of Houston is ranked first in global waterborne tonnage for the U.S. The Houston-TheWoodlands-Sugar Land metro area had GDP of $478 billion in 2016.
The Houston Airport System supervises functioning of three key public airports, namely the William P. Hobby Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport that offer commercial aviation services to several destinations and Ellington Airport which houses the Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base. The George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the 8th busiest in the U.S. and served a whopping 40 million passengers as of 2016.
Average meal prices at restaurants are anywhere around $10-50 in Houston while one-way transportation tickets are priced at around $1.25-2. Monthly passes come for approximately $40 while average housing rentals vary between $835-2,500 in the city. Basic utility costs may hover around $145.98 approximately every month.
Houston has numerous fun activities and attractions on offer. Here’s taking a look at some of them.
Popular things to do in Houston include visiting the Houston Space Center, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Aquarium, shopping in the underground tunnels, exploring the Children’s Museum and also the Houston Zoo.
Some free things to do in Houston include Buffalo Bayou, Discovery Green, Market Square Park, Eleanor Tinsley Park, Tranquility Park, Houston Arboretum and Nature Center and Glenwood Cemetery.
Romantic attractions in Houston include bike rides around the city, going berry picking, getting CityPASS-es and visiting all major landmarks, witnessing bats flying at sunset and venturing into the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Family-friendly things to do in Houston include visiting the Children’s Museum of Houston, Space Center Houston, Express Children’s Theater and Main Street Theater, Houston Zoo, Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera.
Unusual things to do in Houston include exploring The Big Bubble, Eclectic Menagerie Park, The Orange Show, Art Car Museum, Beer Can House, National Museum of Funeral History, David Adickes Studio and Buffalo Bayou Cistern.
Top restaurants in Houston include Brenner’s on the Bayou, Bloom & Bec, Z On23 Rooftop Bar, The Breakfast Klub, Lucille’s, Blue Onyx Bistro, The Turkey Leg Hut and Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille.
Street food in Houston comprises of several top joints including Pho Binh by Night, Rudi Lechner’s German Restaurant, Crawfish & Noodles, Himalaya Restaurant, Kenny & Ziggy’s Deli and Christie’s Seafood & Steaks.
Key shopping destinations in Houston include The Galleria, The Shops at Houston Center, Memorial City, Highland Village, Willowbrook Mall, Houston Center and Trend Mall. Other stores include the Harwin Central Mart, Dress World, Just In, Hello Lucky and Zara.
Houston has a majority of people traveling via their own private automobiles. Many carpool to work while some bicycle and a nominal chunk use public transit. The METRO (Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County) offers public transit via light rail, buses, HOV (high-occupancy vehicle) lanes and para-transit to 15 municipalities in Greater Houston. The local bus network encompasses 1,200 buses and 75 routes locally. Houston has three airports, namely the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Ellington Airport and William P. Hobby Airport. The George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the 8th busiest commercial airport in the U.S. and served 40 million people as of 2016.
Houston has hot and uncomfortable summers along with cool winters. The best time to visit is between late March and mid May or between late September and early November.
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