We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

All You Need to Know About the Rooms
at Houston Marriott Medical Center/Museum District

Room/Suite (233)
Lowest prices for your stay
Check In— / — / —
Check Out— / — / —
Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
Marriott Hotels
Booking.com
US$188
View Deal
Trip.com
US$307
US$172
View Deal
SAVE US$135
Free cancellation until 21/03/16
Expedia.comUS$189
PricelineUS$189
ZenHotels.comUS$307
View all 17 deals
* Prices are provided by our partners, and reflect average nightly room rates, including taxes and fees that are fixed, known to our partners, and due at time of booking. Please see our partners for more details.
Room review highlights
The room was clean, but quality of pillows were poor, robes were worn, thin and didn’t even have a belt. The bathroom shower had...
... during the COVID era hen services are reduced, such as daily room Cleaning. This hotel is ideally situated in the medical and...
Horrible noisy room. 3am and I still cant sleep. Called front desk to ask if all rooms are this way? She just said they havent...
Most popular question about the rooms
Hi, is there a microwave available in the room? Or is it available on request?
Answer from Jacqueline P
Jan 2018 |
... rooms have microwaves. When you check in you can ask for a room with a microwave, or you can call the Hotel direct if you...
Read more

Reviews that mention rooms

Write a review
Shuyan W wrote a review Dec 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The room was clean, but quality of pillows were poor, robes were worn, thin and didn’t even have a belt. The bathroom shower had low water pressure. The internet was out for >24 hours, but were told at check in that it would be fixed ASAP, which didn’t happen. When asked about reimbursement or free parking given no internet availability, was told by front desk that they could not make this decision. Wouldn’t give contact info for manager other than her email. Room service was incredibly slow. Overall highly frustrating stay as could not get any work done without internet. Would not recommend staying here.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
Response from , Owner at Houston Marriott Medical Center/Museum District
Responded 22 Dec 2020
I apologize about your experience and the internet outage that occurred. We would like to connect with you, please send us your contact information, or if you prefer, contact the hotel today and we will be able to assist you.
Read more
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Skibumdude wrote a review Oct 2020
Vail, Colorado1 284 contributions181 helpful votes
We stayed here during the COVID era hen services are reduced, such as daily room
Cleaning. This hotel is ideally situated in the medical and museum district. It is large and modern. Many restaurants are nearby. Parking is connected to the hotel and there’s valet service. Our room was spacious, comfortable and clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. This was our second stay there because the first was so pleasant.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
3 Helpful votes
Helpful
Share
Gagi l wrote a review Oct 2020
1 contribution
Horrible noisy room. 3am and I still cant sleep. Called front desk to ask if all rooms are this way? She just said they havent gotten any complaints. I am not sure if this is typical of downtown? Sounds like I am sleeping next to a jet engine. Dont stay near room 2111.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share
Response from Jonathan Kim, Guest Services / Front Office at Houston Marriott Medical Center/Museum District
Responded 23 Oct 2020
Thank you for your review - we apologize if there were any noise interruptions during your stay. We'll follow up with nearby vendors as any construction definitely should not be happening during those hours. If there are any additional questions or concerns, please let us know.
Read more
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC
The_Loup_Garou wrote a review Sep 2020
Phoenix, Arizona158 240 contributions2 400 helpful votes
+1
A Nice Business Stay in February

In February, we were in Houston, for my wife to attend several meetings at the Texas Medical Facility, and for the second time, we stayed at the Marriott Medical Center Hotel.

We arrived before check-in, so I did the formalities, while my wife went to her first meeting in the Marriott - others would be all around the Medical Center complex, so very convenient, and a short walk to each.

I headed to Paladora for some wine, and was soon checked into Room 803. Being Marriott/BonVoy Platinum, I got two bottles of water - no room upgrade, as the hotel was full.

Room 803 was nice, with a comfortable king bed with four comfortable pillows. It was utilitarian, and obviously designed and outfitted with the business traveler in mind. It had a desk unit, with a nice task lamp, a chair and reading lamp, a large, flat-screen TV, several sets of drawers, a Mr Coffee coffee maker (my least favorite, only equaled by the Cuisinart 1-2 cup units in Hilton hotels), a min-fridge (empty), and loads of AC and USB outlets - essentially everywhere one looked. Plus, the combo telephone/clock/radio had a nice spyder of connectors for charging various devices - and plenty of horizontal space to place them on. As we are on the road most of the year, we have come to appreciate multiple outlets, as we seem to have more and more devices, in need of charging. I cannot recall a hotel room, in any chain (and this goes for Asia, Europe, Australia and the USA), that had more outlets. While small in square footage, it was still well-equipped.

At the entrance, we had an ample closet w/ double “plantation doors,” and inside were a horizontal, floor-mounted safe, an iron and ironing board.

The small bathroom had a nice walk-in shower (a positive for my wife, with two artificial hips), with both a wand, and a shower head. We always had good hot water, and good water pressure. We had a full compliment of This Works bath amenities and soap. The towels were soft, and in great condition. There was a metal magnifying mirror on the small vanity with a single sink. Below, there was a shelf with more towels, and space for toiletries, as the vanity space was rather limited. The bathroom had a frosted glass door, for privacy.

We had a single thermostat, which worked very well, and we were able to keep the room at a very comfortable temperature for the entire stay.

If there was a negative, other than the square footage, it would probably be the view. We could see the tower of the Marriott, Methodist Hospital across Fannin St, and the outdoor patio, several floors below - that was about it.

During this stay, the weather was not good, with a fair amount of cold rain. It was nice that my wife’s meetings were either in the Marriott, or the Medical Center Complex, with lots of covered connecting walkways. Even with a METROrail (light rail) stop immediately in front of the hotel (stop #12), I spent more time in the Marriott, at Driscoll’s (the mezzanine restaurant), or Paladora (a nice bar, also on the mezzanine), though we did dine off-property a bit. I also stopped into the Starbucks Coffee Shop, in the lobby, next to the lobby retail shop. This Starbucks has only a few small tables in the lobby, but then there is plenty of comfortable seating in the lobby, and also on the mezzanine level. If one wanted a larger, more traditional Starbucks, there is one a half-block up Fannin Street. There are many other dining options, within the near-by blocks from the hotel, plus with the METROrail out of the front door, the options are unlimited.

There is also a wheelchair ramp up to the lobby from the Fannin Street entrance. We also printed our boarding passes at the kiosk in the lobby, before our car came to take us to IAH, to fly home - very convenient.

Though the entrance is a bit tough to find (being located in a parking garage entrance, off of Fannin Street), if coming via cab, or auto (non-check-in entrance is on Fannin), the hotel is very centrally located for the vast medical complex, and is close to Rice University, Rice Village and Hermann Park.

We had little interaction with the staff on this stay, but all were very pleasant and everyone was helpful. We wanted for nothing these nights.
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
Location
Cleanliness
Service
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share
Leslie Schmidlin wrote a review Mar 2020
1 contribution
This is my 4th time hosting a physician education event using this hotel. From my second trip in, the staff at this hotel has treated me like one of their own. Everyone from the front desk staff (who always comes around the counter to hand your your keys), to the exceptional service from the catering group, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this property for a business meeting. The catering is fabulous, the staff who takes of our events and AV needs - literally EVERYONE at this hotel is fantastic to work with. For our last meeting (March 5-6), special shout outs to Abraham Garza our in room bartender who is exceptionally skilled at making our meeting's signature cocktail and is always checking in our guests) and Daniel Maldonado, our banquets manager at THIS event who (in addition to making sure our event was set up and smoothly running) went out of his way to print me several copies of documents I needed in a hurry. Others of note for this event, are Manny (who has managed our events several times and checked in with me frequently), Quincy from the AV group, Jake Paulhamus (our catering contact who encouraged me to switch our dessert to the mousse - WOW!) and of course, our waitstaff Ninfa who takes such excellent care of us and has great intuition on the timing of courses with multiple presenters. See you all soon!
Read more
Read less
Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
Value
Cleanliness
Service
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
Helpful
Share
Previous

Questions & answers about the rooms

Answer from Jacqueline P
Jan 2018 |
Not all of our rooms have microwaves. When you check in you can ask for a room with a microwave, or you can call the Hotel direct if you have a reservation set and you want to make sure that you will get a room with a microwave.
1 vote
Show all answers
Chad S asked a question Apr 2017
Saginaw, Michigan30 contributions5 helpful votes
Does your fitness room have a Smith Machine or squat rack?
Answer from Hikerwithpet
Apr 2017 |
Sorry I do not know, but Med Center Marriott website has a photo that may allow you to see what you are looking for...or give them a call, extremely helpful front desk +1-713-796-0080
1 vote
Show all answers
PreviousNext
1