A three night stay at the completely booked Residence Inn Houston West University started with an arrival around 9:30 pm on a cold rainy night. The hotel was over-booked and my business partner and I were lucky/pleased that instead of moving us to the Courtyard (next door), they upgraded us each to two-bedroom units. We certainly didn't need that much room but after a long day it was nice to get checked in and have the comforts of a Residence Inn. The room was clean and comfortable and completely in-line with the expectations that I have of Residence Inns. The breakfast (complimentary) was a little crowded on two of the mornings, but we had no problem finding a table. It seemed that the staff serving breakfast was a little under-staffed as they worked to keep the food coming and the area clean, but that is to be expected when you are completely full. Easy access to downtown Houston (although the traffic is tough in this town) which was about 4 miles away from where we were working. Lots of fast food and one awesome seafood place-the Goode Company Seafood Restaurant (http://www.goodecompany.com/restaurant-seafood1.asp) - where I could have eaten every night!