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Hotel Zaza Houston
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Why Stay At Hotel Zaza Houston
The 315-room hotel's happening vibe and over-the-top design make it a cool haven in Houston's arts district.
Looking for a prime place to lay your head in Houston? Hotel ZaZa is a top choice. It's located close to the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), the shimmering Contemporary Arts Museum (CAM), and the spouting jets of Mecom Fountain. Formerly the venerable 1926 Warwick Hotel and reincarnated in 2007, the ZaZa has spacious guest rooms filled with natural light and sliding glass doors that open onto sprawling balconies for south-facing views of Hermann Park and Rice University, or, if you're looking north, toward the downtown skyline. At the lively restaurant and bar Monarch, which has a patio set above the swirl of traffic, the murmur of conversation continues well into the night.
Grab a few snacks from the butler pantries located on each floor of the hotel; they're stocked with tea, coffee, cookies, and pastries.
Don't miss the live music performances that take place every Thursday evening at the hotel's Monarch restaurant. Guests are granted complimentary admission.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
Four Diamond Award
Arrive at Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) which is 25 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 35 to 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.5701 Main Street, Houston, Texas, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on property
- Beauty Services
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Executive Desks
- Two-line Telephones
- Plasma TVs
- Luxury Linens
- Butler's Pantry Access
- Bar & Lounge
- Trendy Nightlife Venues
- In-Room Dining
- Private Dining
- Hotel taxes
Why We Love Houston
Energy capital, rodeo town, biotech and medical research center, aerospace innovator, international arts destination: America's fourth-largest city is many things to many, many people—2.2 million in the greater metropolitan area.
1601 NASA Rd. 1. 1-281-244-2100
Best Day Trip: Houston's new Discovery Green is an 11.8-acre urban park with playgrounds, art sculptures, and grassy fields that are perfect for a picnic.
Avenida de Las Americas and McKinney Street. 1-713-400-7336
Local Scene: Thanks to an approachable wine menu, friendly staff, and star chef Michael Pellegrino's comfort food (such as a fried egg sandwich and the green bean casserole), Max's Wine Dive is the place to be on Fridays after work.
4720 Washington Ave. 1-713-880-8737
Dinner for two $75.
Where to Eat: L.A. transplant Katsuya by Starck, with Japanese-inspired plates and Philippe Starck-designed interiors, will open in the central Montrose neighborhood in February.
2800 Kirby Dr. No phone.
Dinner for two $120.
Why Go Now
February 25-March 17, 2013
This annual event includes livestock shows and live music performances.
Reliant Center: 8334 Fannin St.
March 8-10, 2013
Tour a selection of Houston's mansions and gardens while the azaleas are in full bloom.
River Oaks Neighborhood
December 6, 7 + 8, 2013
Dickens on the Strand
Costumed characters, unique vendors, glittering parades and continuous entertainment make this celebration the best of times.
2100 Strand, Galveston Island.
December 12, 2013
In honor of the the Feast day of La Virgen de Guadalupe, students and faculty of the MECA school serenade the virgin, perform a traditional matachín dance and more. Free admission.
MECA Dow School Campus, 1900 Kane Street, Houston.
January 20, 2014
Martin Luther King Jr. Grande Parade
Annual parade celebrating the civil rights leader by marching through the heart of Houston drawing more than 300,000 supporters nationwide.
April 20+21 and 27+28, 2013
Houston International Festival
This year's annual food and culture festival highlights Brazilian culture.
City Hall: 901 Bagby St.