Courtyard by Marriott opens in Houston

Vision Hospitality Group opened the Courtyard by Marriott Houston NW/290 Corridor, marking the Chattanooga-based company’s entry into the Houston market and the state of Texas. The four-story hotel has the latest CYnergy décor package, which extends to the lobby space and guestrooms. In addition to the 112 guestrooms, the hotel has over 2,000 square feet of meeting space, an indoor swimming pool, fitness and business centers and an outdoor patio with water feature and fire pit.

Guests will also enjoy the hotel’s other amenities, including The Bistro – Eat. Drink Connect, media pods, complimentary Wi-Fi, multiple seating zones and space for pop-up meetings or social gatherings. The property is located near Houston’s major sporting venues and offers guests access to the Energy Corridor, CityCentre, The Galleria and the Houston Zoo and Race Park.

Vision anticipates the opening of two additional Marriott-brand hotels this fall: the Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville Downtown @ the Gulch and the Residence Inn Nashville SE/Murfreesboro. Currently, Vision has a pipeline of 11 hotels in the southeast through 2016.

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