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    William P. Hobby Airport
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    William P. Hobby Airport: 7800 Airport Blvd, Houston, TX 77061

William P. Hobby AirportWelcome to William P. Hobby Airport (HOU), also known as Houston Hobby. We offer airport hotel booking services for more than 23 hotels near Hobby Airport. Looking for a simple place to stay? Try the Travelodge Houston/Hobby Airport. If you want a few more amenities, stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston Hobby Airport. Whatever you may be looking for in an airport hotel, we have something for you here. We provide great discounts on Houston Hobby Airport hotels, parking / hotel packages, and Houston rental cars. Thanks for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide.

Where To Stay

      • Holiday Inn Hobby Airport
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    • Holiday Inn AirportWhen you stay at the Holiday Inn Houston-Hobby, you will have complimentary shuttle service provided for you. In fact, you'll have no need to rent a vehicle. This hotel is located very close to many of Houston's attractions including Gulf Greyhound Park, a children's museum, and Reliant Stadium.
      • Holiday Inn Express Pearland
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    • Holiday Inn Express PearlandThis cozy Holiday Inn is located only 8 miles from the William P. Hobby Airport and fairly close to the action of downtown Houston. This hotel appeals to the business traveler and the vacation type. Fast and free WI-FI along with a free breakfast bar is a great way to start the morning! This hotel is serious about making their guest happy.

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About William P. Hobby Airport

Houston's second-largest airport, William P. Hobby Airport has nonstop or direct service to more than 40 domestic destinations across the U.S. HOU is located 7 miles south of downtown Houston, near Interstate 45/Gulf Freeway, the major highway that heads from Houston to NASA and Galveston Island. In 2014, the airport saw record-high numbers with more than 11 million passengers traveling to HOU. If you're looking for specific arrival times, your best bet is to check for flights on Southwest Airlines, since it's Hobby Airport's largest air carrier. Other airlines include AirTran, American Airlines, Delta and JetBlue - all of which can be found in the central concourse.

Looking for a comfy place to rest your head or touch base with clients during a business meeting? Choose from more than 23 hotels near Hobby Airport that can meet your needs. The Holiday Inn Express Pearland, only 8 miles from the airport, has fast and free Wi-Fi and more than 1,200 square feet of customizable meeting space available. The free breakfast bar is a great way to start the morning! Another popular option is Holiday Inn Airport, complete with a complimentary shuttle service. The hotel is close to many of Houston's attractions such as Reliant Stadium and Gulf Greyhound Park.

Collage of popular areas to visit in Houston

Welcome to Houston

As the largest city in Texas and the fourth-most populous in the U.S., Houston is a haven for envelope-pushing science endeavors and NASA creations. The city was named after former General Sam Houston, who was the president of the Republic of Texas and fought at the Battle of San Jacinto. Many years later, the city would become home to NASA's Johnson Space Center - where the Mission Control Center is located - and the Texas Medical Center, the world's largest concentration of health care and research institutions. Fun fact for business travelers: If Houston were an independent nation, it would rank as the world's 30th largest economy.

Visitors don't have to pack many layers; Houston is known for its warm weather. In January, highs reach 62 degrees Fahrenheit and in the summer, temperatures can reach 100, so bring sun screen. As Frommer's points out, Houston is organized around cars. Having a rental car is basically a necessity unless you're sticking to the downtown area and the South Main corridor, which are connected by light rail. The city's freeways are known to be no place for the meek, so understand exactly where you're going before you get on the freeway.

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Things to Do in Houston

An aerial view of downtown HoustonIn this sprawling, cosmopolitan city, attractions stretch to the moon and back. The NASA Space Center Houston is the epicenter of this Astro-city where man's first step on the moon was broadcasted. The center houses NASA's historical artifacts and a schedule of exhibits. The Houston Museum of Natural Science is another hot spot among science buffs, with its own space station models, six-story butterfly center and dinosaur skeletons. Afterward, catch some fresh air at Discovery Green, Houston's version of Central Park, which is located in the middle of downtown.

Let the history reel roll at the San Jacinto Battleground, a state historical park that commemorates the place where Texas gained independence from Mexico in 1836. You'll see the memorial column that sets it all apart. The Children's Museum of Houston is a rave for youngsters, offering colorful, hands-on activities. Animal lovers might want to take a peek at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the world's largest livestock show and rodeo that attracts more than 2.2 million visitors each year.