Kemah Boardwalk, Space Center Houston, Bay Brook Mall, Clearlake, Galveston, Main Event, Greyhound Dog Track.
Come experience deluxe accommodations at Extended Stay Deluxe. Extended Stay Deluxe hotels feature all the amenities you need to live your life when you're on the road. No matter how long you will be staying with us, you are sure to enjoy our hotel suites, which feature plenty of room to relax, a fully-equipped kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, WiFi internet access, and ample workspace. In addition, DVD players and MP3-ready alarm clocks are standard in all rooms, and your morning will start off right with our Deluxe Mornings™ premium gourmet coffee bar. Groups traveling for extended stays will appreciate personalized voicemail and an on-site laundry facility. Extended Stay Deluxe Houston - NASA - Bay Area Blvd. is the ideal choice for groups traveling for business or pleasure. Many of our guests enjoy a visit to: NASA-Johnson Space Center, Space Center Houston, University of Houston Clear Lake, Baybrook Mall, Gulf Greyhound Park (Dog Racing), Kemah Boardwalk, Clear Lake Regional Medical Center , or any of the other attractions in the Houston area.
Details / Other Expenses
|Year of Last Renovation:
|Non Smoking Rooms:
||Windows Do Open
||400 sq. feet
Policies / Expenses
6:00 p.m. on the day of arrival
|Total Misc Fees:
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
Amenities / Features
Yes! Pets are allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information
The nearest airport is Hobby Airport, a $22 cab ride. To IAH, $85 cab ride.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry
airport shuttle available.
About Extended Stay Deluxe
- Family-friendly and extended stay hotels
- Full sized kitchen with large fridge, micriowave, and stove top
- Free Wi-Fi and Flat-Screen TV found in every room
- Free grab-and-go breakfast option
- Laundry room on-site
- Bring your pet along
The Extended Stay Deluxe highlights above are subject to change without notice.
Extended Stay Deluxe Houston Nasa Bay Area Blvd., Extended Stay Deluxe Nasa Bay Area Blvd, Wellesley Inn & Suites Nasa