An uptown hotel in a prime location a few short blocks from the Galleria.
Designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei, the Hilton Houston Post Oak is one of Houston's many architectural treasures. Its twin towers are joined by a spacious lobby with a curved glass ceiling that, by day, lights up this attractive space. In the heart of Houston’s Uptown business district, the building is a few short blocks from the famed Galleria, making it a popular place with shopaholics. For those who would rather not walk, there’s complimentary shuttle service that travels within three miles of the hotel. The award-winning hotel has 448 rooms, including 24 junior suites, all of which were renovated when Hilton took over from DoubleTree. They’re equipped with work desks and wireless Internet access and open onto balconies showcasing Houston's sprawling skyline. The Promenade restaurant offers casual dining and grilled specialities, while the Brittany Bar evokes a British pub. For meetings there are seventeen spacious rooms including a Grand Ballroom adorned with French teardrop chandeliers inspired by Louis XIV.