Sheraton Suites Houston Near The Galleria

  • 2400 West Loop South
  • Houston,
  • Texas
  • 77027-4204
  • USA
  • Landkarte

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Für Kinder bis 17 Jahre ist die Übernachtung in den vorhandenen Betten des Zimmers kostenfrei. Für Zusatzbetten, Kinderzusatzbetten und Kinderbetten können zusätzliche Gebühren anfallen.


Um eine Reservierung vorzunehmen, müssen Gäste mindestens 21 Jahre alt sein und beim Check-in einen gültigen Lichtbildausweis vorlegen.

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 231 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 this hotel is very well located Very well located, rooms are big, beds wonderful December 12, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Stains on the doors and floors Not up to Starwood standards. Staff friendly. August 21, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Needs Renovation The hotel is dated, but the service is good. February 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by very nice very nice stay. i recoomend this to everbody February 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by The hotel was delightful. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. August 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Hotel Experience! A perfect experience in every respect. February 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review Great features Very good experience February 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by houston stay wonderful upgrades and service September 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Location In the heart of everything good. January 19, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by appears to be mold on carpet near wet bar room needs repair,water d May 13, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by not bad, but needs improvement I have to rate this hotel lower than other SPG hotel. The room itself is OK, comfortable, except the bathroom door couldn't be shut firmly, one of the 2 electric outlet at the desk is not working (anyway, need to have more outlets near/on the desk!!!), and the closet door was came off. More than the room, you need to train your housekeeping team to be improved. 1) I needed to make 2 phone calls ( 2 mornings) to get new shampoo, conditioner, and lotion. you don't provide us until all those used up and check all empty bottles? cannot believe this uncomfortableness. 2) on the third day of my staying, we couldn't find the clock at the bed side table when we came back late night. we found it on the floor back of the side table. how did your housekeeping personnel clean the room? unbelievable. 3) on the first day, I could';t get the internet signal, almost none. after 2nd day, it was OK. but it took 2 days to get the right answer why it was happened. one of the registration woman gave me the reason I could understand: 'when you get full house and many guests use internet, the signal gets weak sometime'. So easy. wonder why your other staffs couldn't explain it and I was told if my PC has some problem, you should change the room, or even engineer couldn't tell me. Regretfully, i got so many frustrations this time at SPG hotel. February 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Business not Pleasure My first stay here was great and I booked the same hotel expecting the same experience. This time it was like I checked into a different hotel entirely. I reserved a king bed and all they had was queens. That's fine not a big deal. When I got to the room the mirror door on the closet was cracked. The carpet was frayed and there was an actual hole in one of my bath towels. I had used the shuttle during my previous stay and never had a problem. This time it was horrible. I would call and they would tell me ten to fifteen minutes than an hour later the shuttle would show up. I know the shuttle is first come, first serve which is why I would call to ask how long it would be. If it was going to be more then the 29 minute walk back I would have just walked. Instead I waited over an hour two days in a row. Once the shuttle did show up the driver actually got a ticket while I was in the shuttle delaying us another fifteen minutes. The driver just kept laughing and was trying to blame the officer. I had gotten the breakfast package with my stay and they forgot to give me breakfast coupons when I checked in. Then they charged the breakfast to my room. They also neglected to credit my 500 go green points for the three nights I stayed there. The staff was wonderful at the bar and in the dining areas but the room was below average and it was supposed to be a suite. The televisions also had issues being turned on and the TLC channel never worked. I also requested NOT to get the paper and have the 75 cents credited to my bill everyday. This never happened. It just seemed like there was no communication between areas. December 14, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very Disappointed My wife and I were very disappointed in a recent stay at the Sheraton Houston, TX Galleria. We were attending a conference in Houston. We stayed Wednesday under my name and Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night under my wife’s name. We departed our room early Friday morning, sat in workshops all day at our conference, and then had only one hour to return to our hotel, shower and dress for a formal function back at the conference. Much to our surprise when we arrived at our room at 1800 hours CST it had yet to be touched by housekeeping. Having showered that morning there were no dry towels. We called down to the front desk requesting towels and they were brought to us about 45 minutes later. Upon departing for the evening we stopped at the front desk and spoke with the Supervisor. He told us he was the manager. But aside from that, he seemed genuinely disinterested and almost bored as I spoke to him about the issue. he was very argumentative and told me that the towels were brought up to our room and he was told we refused to allow housekeeping to service the room. I mentioned that we were trying to get dressed for a function when housekeeping offered to clean our room and it would have been a little awkward to have the house keeper under foot while we were dressing. His final reply was, “what did you expect me to do about it?” We still had one more night in our room and decided since housekeeping was running late consistently we might as well earn the 500 points for being green and put the sign on the door to pass on housekeeping. We were passed by for housekeeping but did not receive the points to wife’s account. June 20, 2012
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