Crowne Plaza Suites Houston - Near Sugar Land

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Jul. 2020



Jul. 2020






Things to Do in Sugar Land Houston Texas

Conveniently located along Highway 59, Crowne Plaza Suites puts you in the best location for discovering all the fun things to do in Houston, Texas. No matter your interests, whether it’s sports, arts, history, or shopping that you desire, Houston boasts a diverse set of eclectic subdistricts, home to an attraction that’s sure to be perfect for you. 

Galleria Mall

7 Miles, 10 Minutes Drive

Shop ‘til you drop while staying at our hotel near The Galleria in Houston, Texas! Just a 15-minute drive from Crowne Plaza Suites Houston - Near Sugar Land/Galleria, The Galleria is centrally located in the Uptown District and boasts the title of Texas’ largest shopping center. Home to 400 stores and restaurants in its 2.4 million square feet of space, it’s undoubtedly Houston’s most popular retail destination.

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Chinatown Houston

 2.1 Miles, 5 Minutes Drive

Explore the largest Chinatown in the Southwest, home to the second largest Asian population in the United States! Enjoy some well-deserved retail therapy at the many shopping malls in the area

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Downtown Houston

 13 Miles, 20 Minutes Drive

A thriving metropolis in the South, downtown Houston is home to the city’s central business district and hosts the headquarters of many prominent companies. The urban hub features more than 3,000 businesses in over 50 million square feet of office space.

Arena Theatre

 1.5 Miles, 4 Minutes Drive

Experience an unforgettable, legendary concert experience at the Arena Theatre! Enjoy unparalleled views of emerging artists and world-renowned acts at this innovative rotating stage – there’s not a bad seat in the whole establishment!

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Rice Village & Rice University

 9.7 Miles, 12 Minutes Drive

Just minutes away from Houston’s private research institution, Rice University, the Rice Village District is an open-air mall offering an eclectic blend of shops, restaurants and nightlife. Stores to browse include Express, Banana Republic, Urban Outfitters, Village Jewelers, Yankee Candle, Bath & Body Works, MAC Cosmetics and much more!

BBVA Compass Stadium

 13 Miles, 15 Minutes Drive

Drop by the BBCA Compass Stadium and cheer on the local soccer team, the Houston Dynamo! The 22,000-seat venue is home to this Major League Soccer club, along with the Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer League and the Texas Southern Tigers football.

George R. Brown Convention Center

 12.6 Miles, 20 Minutes Drive

Known as the premier convention center and special event venue in Houston, the George R. Brown Convention Center first opened its doors on the east side of downtown Houston on September 26, 1987. In July of 2001, work to expand the convention center started and after 27 months of construction, the GRB grew from 1.15 million square feet to 1.8 million square feet. Some upcoming events at the GRB include the SpaceCom Conference, the 43rd Annual Fishing Show and more.

Explore the largest Chinatown in the Southwest, home to the second largest Asian population in the United States! Enjoy some well-deserved retail therapy at the many shopping malls in the area, including The Galleria, Rice Village, Sugar Land Town Square and the First Colony Mall Sugar Land. Take the whole family for an unforgettable outing to the Houston Zoo or Discovery Green.

And for the best night out on the town, explore all there is to do in Downtown Houston or catch a show at the NRG Stadium, Smart Financial Centre or Arena Theatre! Sports fans won’t want to miss catching the Rockets at the Toyota Center, the Astros at Minute Maid Park, and the Texans at NRG Stadium, all within a short drive of our central Houston location!

Houston Baptist University

  3.3 Miles, 6 Minutes Drive

HBU has created an education that goes further than most, by combining faith, reason and liberal arts into one core curriculum. An education that’s based not only on technical training, but the teachings of Christ, reason, and the past successes and failures of humanity.

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