InterContinental HOUSTON NEAR THE GALLERIA
2222 WEST LOOP SOUTH
Houston, TX 77027
Nightly Rates (109.00 - 119.00)
The InterContinental Houston near the Galleria offers upscale accommodations in a prime location. The hotel is located in the heart of Uptown Houston, just one and one half blocks from the world-class shopping, dining and entertainment at The Galleria. Our four-diamond property is just minutes from Downtown, the Texas Medical Center, the Museum District and all major sports venues. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the InterContinental Houston near the Galleria is ready to welcome you.
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Car rental desk
Complimentary newspaper in lobby
Desk with lamp
Direct dial telephone
High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
High speed internet connection
Housekeeping - daily
Housekeeping - weekly
Interactive web TV
Late check-out available
Pay per view movies on TV
Premium movie channels
Public area air conditioned
Safe deposit box
Shoe shine stand
Shops and commercial services
Spare electrical outlet available at desk
Transportation services - local area
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection in public areas
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 3:00 PM
Check out time is 12:00 PM
Time Zone is GMT
Opened in 1984
Tip: Be sure to try Mrs Brenner's apple strudel. A tradition since 1936, Brenner's is the oldest and one of the best steakhouses in Houston.
Tip: Happy hour at the bar, Monday-Friday from 3pm until 7pm. No visit to Houston would be complete without experiencing authentic Tex-Mex food. If you're craving Mexican and a good Margarita, El Tiempo is your place.
Fogo de Chao
Tip: A favorite destination for meat-lovers. Be sure to go with an empty stomach. The interior is characterized by earth tones and textures. There is a large salad bar that resembles a grand kitchen table. Open for lunch and dinner.
Tip: Forget the tequila & lime; there is an extensive wine list. Located in the heart of Montrose, Hugo's is housed in a 1925 structure built by the well-known Houston architect, Joseph Finger. Hugo's was one of the first restaurants to team Mexican di
Tip: Enjoy a live band performance while you dine on Friday nights. This is an upscale themed-restaurant with a rainforest motif. The architect and interior designer have borrowed elements from Inca culture. Open for lunch and dinner.
Tip: Guests are seated around a 150,000-gallon fish tank filled with stingrays, sawfish and other amazing sea creatures. This restaurant is located in downtown Houston. It is centered round a beautiful theme park where guests can bring their family for
Tip: There is a live DJ on Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy the famous Tsunami Punch at the bar. This sushi restaurant is a great place to kick back with a bunch of friends and be a part of Houston's night-life scene. The setting is a loft-like space
Tip: If you enjoy a quiet setting, ask to be seated on the second level. This is a trendy modern restaurant in a former church in the Montrose area of Houston. It is open for lunch and dinner.
Tip: On certain nights, there is live music and flamenco dancing. Contemporary tapas bar located in the Rice Village shopping district. Great for lunch or a light dinner.
Tip: The bar features outstanding contemporary artwork, and in the dining room there is a 12 ft sculpture, The Three Graces. This establishment was built from the ground up to provide the ultimate dining experience. The menu offers contemporary food cr
Tip: This is where Houston's who's who come to dine. One of Houston's premier upscale sushi bars. The restaurant specializes in unique Japanese fusion cuisine for lunch or an elegant dinner. There is also a late-night bar.
Located in the InterContinental Houston, the space features hardwood floors, chocolate brown leather banquettes with red bolster pillows and a menu highlighting global cuisine.
You're bound to find your favorite drink among the 200 varieties of spirits poured in the bar. Fine tequilas and whiskies, more than 40 kinds of vodka and a selection of martinis accompany light snacks and tapas in a sleek, classic bar atmosphere. Televis
The living room ambiance in the Lobby Lounge makes it a comfortable place to gather with friends, meet a business associate or relax with a drink before a night on the town. The Lounge offers light bites, such as crab meat cigars with fresh guacamole and
Champions I & II
Champions VI & VII
Fitness center on-site
Children's program - Bonded babysitting services available at a fee.
Half a Day: Space Center
Space Center Houston is a place where people can experience space -- from its dramatic history and exciting present to its compelling future. Space Center Houston is the only place on Earth that gives guests an out-of-this-world journey through human adve
Half a Day: Houston Zoo
Set in a 55-acre lush tropical landscape, the Houston Zoo is home to more than 4,500 exotic animals representing more than 800 species. The Houston Zoo was named one of the Top 10 Zoo's in the U.S. by Parents magazine.
Two Hours: Heritage Society
The Heritage Society, a museum complex at Sam Houston Park, collects, preserves, exhibits, and celebrates the diverse history of the Houston region. Nestled in ten acres of beautiful green parkland in the heart of downtown Houston, Texas, The Heritage Soc
Two Hours: Galleria
With its stunning architecture, exceptional store mix and distinctive style of entertainment, The Galleria has established itself as the #1 shopping and tourist destination in Houston with over 24 million annual visitors. Set beneath spectacular glass atr
The Houston Museum District commonly known as, The Museum District, is an association of museums, galleries, cultural centers and community organizations located in Houston, Texas, dedicated to promoting the arts, sciences, and cultural amenities of the
Hermann Park, presented to the City of Houston by George Hermann in 1914, is one of Houston's most popular and historically significant public green spaces. Located in the heart of Houston, the 445-acre park has been an important resource for Houstonians
The Orange Show
The Orange Show is a folk-art environment - a monumental work of handmade architecture - located in Houston's East End. It was built single handedly from 1956 until its completion in 1979, by the late Jefferson Davis McKissack, a Houston postal worker.
One Hour: Uptown Park
This is a LIFESTYLE CENTER like no other Houston's elegant Italian-style piazza. Catering to life's indulgences, Uptown Park is lined with shops, boutiques and cafes that create an intimate atmosphere with an emphasis on charm. With lush fountains, deta
One Hour: Water Wall
The Water Wall is open to the public 24 hours a day. This is one of Houston's landmarks. It is a cool and refreshing oasis that attracts the locals in droves. It has become quite popular for wedding ceremonies.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport
William P. Hobby Airport
AmTrak Houston - Downtown
Memorial Park is located within a stone's throw of the hotel. Visitors to this beautiful park can enjoy everything from a round of golf on its course (the former home of the Houston Open) to a run around the picturesque and very popular three-mile jogging
NASA's Lyndon B Johnson Space Center
Tip: The historic NASA mission control, immortalized in the phrase "Houston, we have a problem" is on the tram tour. Attached to NASA headquarters at Clear Lake, 20 miles southeast of downtown, the visitors' Space Center is one of the city's key touris