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Hotel Sorella City Centre - Houston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hotel Sorella City Centre

800 Sorella Court, Houston - Map
"Perfect "Stay-cation""
Just needed a little break, but didn't want to spend TOO much. The hotel was perfect. Great location. Plenty to do around the around with bars, restaurants, shopping, etc. The room was great. Comfy bed, very clean everything, and a great shower. I don't like weak water pressure, and they surely did not disappoint. But what made it tops was the staff. First, the valets are the first person you meet and they have the toughest job of making a great first impression. Raphael (or Rafael) (spelling) was absolutely fantastic. Smiled the whole time, helped us with everything we had, and just genuinely seemed to enjoy his job. The front desk was very helpful and got me checked in and out very quickly and easily. We ended the night with a few drinks at the bar, MonnaLisa, and Max and Curtis were great. Lots of fun and upbeat, and helped us pick out a place for brunch the next day as well. I will definitely be staying here again for my next "weekend away at home."
Traveller from Houston, TX
Located in Energy Corridor, this romantic hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Town and Country Village and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from …More

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    Also known as Harris County Improvement District #4, the Energy Corridor Management District was created by the Texas State Legislature in 2001. Comprised of 1,500 acres, the Energy Corridor extends along both sides of Interstate 10 from Tully to east of Park 10 Boulevard and along North Eldridge Parkway from Interstate 10 to south of Briar Forest.

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