Planning a vacation can take a lot of time and energy, but the Weekly Hotels website can make it much easier for everyone.  A person can search for a weekly hotel on the website and compare the ones that are closest to the attractions that they want to see.  Weekly hotels have a lot of amenities that other hotels may not have and the rooms also include kitchenettes or full-size kitchens.  The addition of a kitchen makes it easier for people to eat home cooked meals when they are traveling and save money, because they will not be eating in restaurants all the time.

To make it easier for people who are planning a vacation in Houston, Texas, we have compiled a list of the top 10 activities in the city:

  1. Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston

This space center has been the main hub of spaceflight since it opened in 1963.  The space center is 183,000 square feet and is filled with educational and interactive exhibits.

  1. Minute Maid Park

This park is home to the Houston Astros and everyone should try to catch a game while they are in the city.

  1. Houston Museum of Natural Science

Visitors will see everything from dinosaurs to gems to interactive exhibits in the chemistry hall at this museum.

  1. The Galleria

This is a huge shopping center that has 2.4 million square feet of space and includes an ice skating rink in the center of it all.

  1. Art Car Museum

The Art Car Museum opened in 1998 and is filled with cars that are painted and decorated.  In addition to the vehicles, the museum also displays modern art, photography, and sculptures on a rotating basis.

  1. Houston Zoo

There are more than 6,000 animals at the Houston Zoo and people will find that they can spend the entire day seeing each and every one.  Besides seeing the animals, people can feed the giraffes, watch a 4D movie, and play in the water park.

  1. Take a culinary tour

To experience all the flavors that Houston has to offer, people are encouraged to go on at least one culinary tour.  They are available as walking tours as well as chef led tours, but people need to prepare for these in advance, because they are not offered every day of the week.

  1. Buffalo Bayou Park

Buffalo Bayou is in the center of this 160-acre park and people can walk or bike ride along the trails or rent a canoe or kayak and paddle through the waters.

  1. See Houston’s street art

There are multiple murals on the walls of buildings throughout the city and everyone is encouraged to drive around to see as much as possible.

  1. Shop Vintage

19th Street in the Heights is the place to go for anything vintage.  People can find vintage clothing, decor, and collectibles when shopping here.

When a person travels to Houston, they can begin their day in their comfortable room at a weekly hotel and then venture out to any of the attractions in the city.  In the evening, they can return to their room for dinner or they can choose one of the nearby restaurants that they found when they reserved their room on the Weekly Hotel website.

A weekly hotel can turn a vacation from a hustle and bustle time to a peaceful and relaxing one and that is what a vacation is supposed to be.