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Settle in for a convenient and comfortable extended stay at TownePlace Suites Houston Galleria Area. Located just south of The Galleria mall, our all-suite hotel is a short drive from downtown, where you can attend sporting events at NRG Stadium and Toyota Center. Our cozy studio, one- and two-bedroom suites with fully equipped kitchens and flexible workspace put you in charge of your routine and help you make the most of your stay. A well-lit work area gives you space to get down to business while comfy living areas with flat-screen TVs give you room to relax and unwind. Amenities like our complimentary hot breakfast and 24-hour market keep your cravings covered around-the-clock. Free Wi-Fi and parking, a modern fitness center and an outdoor pool help you live life uninterrupted on the road. Our pet-friendly hotel welcomes your furry family members, so you can sit back, relax and stay awhile. Enjoy simple pleasures and feel like you’re home at TownePlace Suites Houston Galleria Area.
Houston is a large metropolis in Texas, extending to Galveston Bay. It’s closely linked with the Space Center Houston, the coastal visitor center at NASA’s astronaut training and flight control complex. The city’s relatively compact Downtown includes the Theater District, home to the renowned Houston Grand Opera, and the Historic District, with 19th-century architecture and upscale restaurants.
Texas is so big and diverse that it’s practically its own country. It was, in fact, a nation of its own from 1836 to 1845. The Texas landscape ranges from desert badlands and swimmable coastlines to lush mountains and sprawling prairies. Its communities go from the heights of urban sophistication (and size!) on down to the tiniest, most charming out-of-the-way towns.
There is surely no shortage of Country culture here: rodeos, line-dancing and ample opportunities for an adventure by horse or mule. And then there’s the barbecue. It’s hard to find a better place on this planet for a plate of ribs or brisket (served with a heaping helping of Texas home-style side dishes). The legendary Franklin Barbecue in Austin can boast all-day waits – and it is worth it.
History buffs can travel far and wide across the Lone Star State to learn about its rich cultural legacy. San Antonio is home to the Alamo, a centuries-old Spanish mission and the site of a long, bloody battle in the early 1800s. Frontier Texas!, a bold museum in Abilene, introduces visitors to the “Wild, Wild West” using life-sized holograms. Of course, Texas is also host to its share of arts and cultural sophistication, from the glossy urban landscapes in Dallas and Houston to the freewheeling funk of Austin. The latter city is something of an island in the Texas Hill Country – a wild, liberal city where you can expect the unexpected.
In addition to cowboys and sprawling cities, Texas is home to some quirky attractions and spots. From Cadillac Ranch, which boasts a sculpture made of ten Cadillacs as a monument to the “Golden Age” of the American automobile to the Lajitas Ghost Town, which has a beer-drinking goat for mayor. In Paris, Texas, you’ll even find an Eiffel Tower topped with a cowboy hat.
Food Meets Music in Texas!