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Nestled among 18 acres of woodland and only minutes from the high-wattage Galleria shopping district, the Houstonian has long been a favorite of canny travelers. It’s a nature-filled escape in the heart of a metropolis— what could be better?
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Love a luxurious bathroom? The Hotel ICON is the place for you, with soothing rain showers, sumptuous whirlpools, and stately antique tubs. Once you towel off, hit the nearby theater district for an unforgettable night.
THE POST OAK Opposite: The fresh and relaxing patio at Mastro’s Steakhouse. Top: The remarkable private, two-story Rolls-Royce Houston showroom. Above: Prepare to pamper and relax in the hotel’s lavish five-fixture deluxe bathrooms.
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urban dining to Space City. 35year Houston institution Willie G’s will also have a place at the table—this time with a new concept. Fans of the iconic establishment will find old favorites hidden among bold new menu items, while newcomers will be delighted by the contemporary new look and spacious patio. Mr. Fertitta was unequivocal. “I can tell you this: People who are spending the night at this hotel won’t have to leave the property to find the perfect place to eat.” In much the same way, travelers to Houston needn’t stray far to find world-class dining, entertainment, and big-city fun. The moment you arrive at any number of Houston’s finest hotels, you’re a swift elevator ride from some of the most lavish amenities around. Get used to the idea: Houston is fast becoming a coveted destination for extravagant excursionists the world over. It appears as though the new developments gracing the city will be able to have their Texas-shaped lazy river and relax in it, too.
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dining—to say nothing of the 240 rooms and suites reserved for guests in search of the city’s most lavish visitor experience. Mr. Fertitta, star of CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer, is famous for his no-nonsense approach and firm convictions. “I’ve always wanted to build a luxury hotel in Houston,” he reveals. “The one thing I hear as I travel across the country is, ‘Guys, where do you stay in Houston?’” Not one to rest on his laurels, Mr. Fertitta decided to tackle the problem head-on—sparing no expense. “Right now, we are searching all over the world for art that will complement special places in the hotel. The art in the hotel alone will be worth millions of dollars.” In any hotel worth its stars, fine art is a given, but Fertitta’s property promises to drive craftsmanship to a new level with an exquisite two-story RollsRoyce Houston showroom. These distinctions won’t be the only masterpieces on the grounds— guests will also have two culinary tours de force at their fork tips. Posh palates are already watering in anticipation of Mastro’s Steakhouse, the first in Texas. With sister locations in Beverly Hills, Chicago, and Manhattan, Mastro’s is bringing the best of
From the unbeatable cuisine to the famous Black Swan nightclub, the Omni serves as a one-stop destination for the best the city has to offer.
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Published on Nov 16, 2017