Hyatt Market Street is a boutique hotel located in a shopping/dining district known as Market Street The Woodlands. It is close to the Cynthia Mitchell Pavilion- a popular outdoor concert venue- and all sorts of shopping and entertainment is just a few steps outside the door.
Location is one reason to visit this snazzy place of lodging, but proximity to dining and fun wouldn’t mean much if the hotel itself was less than ideal. Guests at this Hyatt location will quickly discover, however, that it meets or exceeds on just about every requirement for comfort, service, and more. The hotel itself blends in well with its surroundings, but you know the moment you walk inside that this is a first class operation. The lobby appearance is classy, the service is excellent, the staff is friendly, and the check- in is fast and efficient.
As for the rooms, they exude a confident elegance and a great level of comfort. The large beds, sitting area, stocked bar, large and modern bathroom, and other features make for a comfortable way to spend some time away from home. The comfort is so nice you may not even care to venture outside the room, but you will want to, as the second floor of the hotel is ready to greet you with a restaurant, bar, outdoor rooftop pool, hot tub, business center, and fitness center.
Exceptional cleanliness, flawless service, and modern, elegant appearance- it adds up to a great place to stay in Houston’s northern suburb. And with such close proximity to so much fine dining, shopping, and other entertainment, it makes a great place to stay while on vacation or even for a short staycation if you happen to live nearby. Hyatt Market Street earns an easy five star rating and high recommendation from me and I recommend it to all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just North of Houston, nestled among towering trees at the heart of a bustling shopping district, stands Hyatt Centric The Woodlands. Sophisticated, yet welcoming, this charming property acts as a centerpiece for the area's celebrated Market Street. Step out its front doors and into the town center to discover countless eateries and boutiques, as well as The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Grab an iced latté and stroll through the neighborhood park, check out the stores, or grab a drink at the hotel's Market Street Bar (a local favorite). Between the shopping, the cocktails, the nearby walking trails and that famous Texan hospitality, you'll have plenty to see and explore. Just be sure to catch some sleep before setting out to do it all over again in the morning. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Avia The Woodlands Hotel The Woodlands