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Downtown Historic District Market Square, Houston

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If you come to Houston to splurge while on holiday, book a luxurious room at a downtown hotel. This area is an ideal base for getting to know Houston, offering you a chance to stay within walking distance of one of the country's largest theater districts. Houston bills itself as the "Energy Capital of the World," so it's no surprise that it houses many "green" hotels, their garages designed to cater to electric vehicle owners. For something completely different, enjoy a Texas country experience at a working ranch outside the city limits.
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  • Just coming from another Market Square downtown from Knoxville, I was expecting to see Houston as a much larger and engaging space. It was more of an after thought in my opinion. We happened to visit ...  more »
  • We visited Houston's historic district. Much of what was there were small, dimly lighted, restaurants. Not worth the drive!  more »
  • I loved the market and the crafts being sold. There were a few places selling food and drinks, and the majority of shops were selling similar Mexican items and a few shops had some gimmicky cowboy bit...  more »