HomeTexasHouston, TX → Care Free Inn

Care Free Inn in Houston, TX

Care Free Inn in Houston, TX


Care Free Inn Houston is located in the chic Reliant Stadium and Texas Medical Center areas. The hotel's central location allows guests to have easy access to the Texas Medical Center and enjoy events at Reliant Stadium, the nearby art and sculpture galleries, area museums and a wealth of boutique shops and luxury shopping malls.

We've become home to Caregivers, Medical Patients and Business travelers. Our hotel is uniquely designed to embody an exotic place with a magical concept that represents the State of Texas. Care Free Inn Houston puts our guests at the center of attention in one of the world's largest and most well known Medical Centers.

We are the best kept secret in Houston Texas, with unparalleled service to grant your every whim!


Company Info:

Rating: 3.60

Address: 10015 S Main St, Houston, TX, 77025
  • Mon: Open 24 hours
  • Tue: Open 24 hours
  • Wed: Open 24 hours
  • Thu: Open 24 hours
  • Fri: Open 24 hours
  • Sat: Open 24 hours
  • Sun: Closed

Hotels in Houston, TX



Comments (5):

1. Martin S.
This place is pretty good.  What makes it the best is the employees there.  They will go out of their way to help you in whatever way necessary.  Supposedly the hotel was built in the 40s or 50s and it's been renovated in the past year or two.  I'd say that they've done a pretty good job renovating.  

Most people staying at this hotel are people who are going to the nearby cancer center and they usually stay for multiple days.  Since my wife and I had to stay at this place for multiple days, being able to use the kitchen improved the stay so much.  The design and decor of the kitchen makes you feel at home.  There are nice dishes, utensils, pots, and pans that you can use in the kitchen.  Being able to make your own food in their kitchen makes the stay more enjoyable.

Stay at this hotel if you have to save money.

13/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Kenneth C.
I should have looked more carefully.  It's a 2 floor motel. Not the most welcoming front door but the front desk was courteous and I was feeling better. The room was - well - bare bones and very, very noisy. Right outside my room was the 24 hour Whataburger.  The room and furniture were dated and a bit battered. Vinyl tile on the floor made me a little more comfortable than carpet would have.  The walls were stucco style painted glossy orange. External conduit clipped to the wall provided outlet to a dated air conditioner. It was too late to move to another hotel or I would have.  As it was, I pulled the covers aside and slept in my clothes waiting for morning.  

Positive: Room seemed relatively clean and I saw no bugs.  Also true, it was dirt cheap so if money was a big concern, then maybe - but not for me.

22/05/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. Tenee R.
Nice, clean and comfortable hotel. Great location, near the Medical Center, and not far from the Museum District. VERY hospitable staff. You wont be disappointed!

30/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Amanda F.
After trying 3 other places we stopped here for the night. It wasn't bad but I think the pricing is wrong here.. They gave us the "medical discount" which came to just under 70$ for a king size bed room. Not sure what that would be without this "discount" but it seems a little expensive for what they offer.

It had been after two days and 20 some odd hours of driving so we were too tired to care.

Bed was comfy, room was cute. TV was jacked up and had wiggly lines that was not because of a loose cable (I checked). No bed bugs. Internet worked and was fast. Etc.

There was a really cute rose made out of wash rags in the room that was mega cute.

All in all not terrible but for 70$ I feel like we could of had better.

27/09/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
5. Stefany V.
This was an ... interesting place to stay.
Found a good rate through hotwire.com based on the sights we wanted to see during our stay, and booked in advance.
Then when we arrived the front desk girl said she didn't have our reservation and they only had one room left?
Right before I could panic, she went ahead and put us in the "remaining" room and said to come by in the morning to deal with it.
In the morning, somehow, the new girl working knew exactly what we were talking about and pulled out our registration paperwork
in no time flat. Oh well, glad it was a happy ending.

Ultimately it was very affordable, and it was adequate.
I liked the fact that it had a kitchen we could use for breakfast, though we didn't really take advantage of it.
The fruit/cereal provided was underripe and very basic and could easily be improved with a modicum of effort.

I was surprised to find that they did, in fact, have a gym area- it's super out dated but it works if you insist on getting in your vacation workout.

The beds were comfortable, 2nd floor room felt safe, only complaint was that we had an issue with the lighting while we were there-
one of the lamps wouldn't turn on, so the only light we could use was the bathroom light for our first night, but it was quickly addressed.

Not sure I would necessarily TRY to stay here again, but it was decent and we didn't have any problems.

03/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0