Hotel Zaza Houston

Hotel Zaza in Houston Texas entrance sign. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Hotel Zaza sign. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Review
4.7/5
Houston, Texas has seen a lot of growth in recent years and today has a population exceeding two million. Hotel Zaza is located in the heart of Houston’s famed museum district that sees up to seven million visitors annually. The hotel is luxurious and offers valet parking, a gym, spa, swimming, restaurants, and local car service for guests. It’s perfect for events and conventions, and as a comfortable, full-service central location for exploring the many museums and city sights. They serve breakfast, brunch, and dinner, and dining in the pool area. You can find their main menu here. There are beautiful parks nearby to explore and Rice University is five minutes away. Here are a few photos of the hotel followed by photos from scenes in the nearby, magnificent Museum of Natural Science. This is just one of the 19 museums located in Houston’s Museum District.  All photos by Edward Kliszus
Dining Area at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Dining Area. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Art work displayed at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Art work displayed. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Hotel lobby at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Hotel lobby. Photo: Edward Kliszus
Hotel ZaZa Houston pool area posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Pool area for swimming and dining at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Pool area for swimming and dining. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Morning tea and coffee on each hotel floor at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Morning tea and coffee on each hotel floor. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Main menu at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Main menu. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Views of the city from Hotel Zaza posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Views of the city from Hotel Zaza. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Late night menu at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Late night menu. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Spa entrance sign at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
The Spa. Photo: Edward Kliszus
Omelette with potatoes, toast and vegetables at Hotel Zaza posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Omelette with potatoes, toast and vegetables. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Oatmeal at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Oatmeal. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Art work displayed at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Hallway artwork. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Lobby work displayed at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Lobby artwork. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Art work displayed in the hotel lobby at Hotel Zaza Houston posted on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Lobby artwork – Frank Sinatra. Photo credit: Edward Kliszus
Hotel Zaza Museum District 5701 Main St, Houston, TX 77005 713.526.1991

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