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SpringHill Suites Houston Brookhollow in Houston, TX

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Rating: 4.50

Address: 2750 North Loop West, Houston, TX, 77092
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Comments (4):

1. Philip L.
Great hotel...looks new, stylish pops of blue and green in the lobby and in the rooms, spacious and well designed rooms. Felt totally at home with wife and baby.  Loved having a fridge, microwave, and kitchen sink. Staff was friendly too.

Location very convenient from highway and not too far from Houston Galleria - although I would check if there is highway/road construction still going on. We were totally fine with it but it did take some learning for figure out our way to and from the hotel.

30/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Jonathon D.
It's definitely worth the value. The front desk service is excellent; both the morning & evening staff was friendly and attentive. The room was lacking and felt like that of a motel, not that of a Marriott chain. Breakfast options and staff was the best I've had from a SpringHill Suites. Eggs weren't watery and they offered turkey sausage. Overall, I would stay here again. It's all I need for a one or two night stay.

10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Nicholas I.
SpringHill Suites is one of the better options for those one-night stays at hotels that you sometimes have to take because you're scared you'll doze off while driving and end up in the ditch. However, this SpringHill was better than others I've been to.

First off, the location of this SpringHill isn't half bad. You're in-between two office towers in a business park so it's not necessarily all too busy, at least when I was there. Maybe you're thinking, "That will be nice, less noise at night." Well, stop thinking that. I don't want you to be disappointed. The Interstate is literally right in front of this hotel. Like no lie, when I looked out my window all I could see was the Interstate and then some other form of civilization in small parts. And this isn't any Interstate, this is a Houston Interstate. Meaning, hell on earth. Meaning, there's construction all over the place. Meaning, traffic is frightening. Meaning, you go insane.  Nice chain reaction, right?
To blame all of that hellishness on the hotel would be cruel though, but I just wanted to warn you. There are a several restaurants around these parts and it's quite close to the Houston Galleria, so you have very many dining establishments in what may seem like short reach. (Remember, the Interstate looks like a tornado came through it, so you might want to find a detour. We literally couldn't get onto the Interstate because every single entrance was seemingly closed. Coolio!) What gave me a chuckle is that when we mentioned this to the receptionist she was extremely casual about it and said that it's pretty much always like that - she was defo. a veteran Houstonian.

Anyhow, looking at that paragraph now while writing this I notice that it's extremely long and I still hadn't written any detail about the hotel... welp, here goes; The hotel was nice! It was clean, it smelled good, and the décor was fresh and modern. The hardcore Houstonian receptionist was really pleasant and helped us with local restaurants. She was also quite funny, which is something you don't normally find in receptionists at these kinds of hotels.
Our room was just as clean and pristine as the lobby was and it was nicely furnished. Marriott's new fetish for SpringHills seems to be this blue/green color combo, which looks good, so I don't mind. The highway noise was slightly noticeable at night, but it wasn't insanely loud and I could easily get to sleep. I'd consider that a feat considering how close this hotel is to the Interstate.

Breakfast was slightly better than other SpringHills and Residence Inns I have encountered as this one had more options. There was fresh fruit, cheeses, meats, bacon, scrambled eggs, patty sausages, oatmeal... I think you get this gist. The bread options were muffins, english muffins, bagels, and plain-ole toast. Needless to say I went all Julia Child on my breakfast and made my own sausage, egg, and cheese bagel with dijon. There's also cranberry, apple, and orange juices.

A pleasant stay and great rates is what wraps this SpringHill into a nice little package. Once you get past Hell's Highway, all is grand!

01/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Alex L.
This hotel is a great place to relax.  For the price, you really can't beat it.  The staff is pleasant to talk with and has a great gym downstairs if you're into keeping fit while on vacation/business trip.  This hotel is located in a business park right off the highway so I recommend you ask for a room that faces away from it.  Otherwise, if you're not used to the sound of cars on the highway, it might keep you up at night.

The breakfast they serve in the mornings is decent.  I enjoyed biscuits and gravy each morning I was there.  They also serve a nice propaganda waffle in the shape of the state of Texas.  The sausage is good, eggs are ok, muffins are dry but everything else kept me full till lunch time and some day a bit beyond.

Each room has a kitchenette.  i.e. sink, microwave and fridge.  That takes care of a lot of essentials.  If you want to save a little more money, go sneak off to HEB or Kroger and grab some freezer items just in case you get hungry at night.  Overall, an excellent experience and I look forward to staying at a Springhill Suites down the road.

17/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0