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Property LocationWith a stay at Camelot Inn & Suites Highway 290 NW Freeway in Houston, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of CityCentre and Sam Houston Race Park. This motel is 4.9 mi (7.8 km) from Traders Village and 6.8 mi (11 km) from Memorial City Mall. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Jersey Meadow Golf Course - 5.3 km / 3.3 mi
- Traders Village - 7.8 km / 4.9 mi
- Kindred Hospital Houston Northwest - 9.1 km / 5.6 mi
- Sam Houston Race Park - 9.5 km / 5.9 mi
- Heron Lakes Golf Course - 10.3 km / 6.4 mi
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Check-out ends at: 11:00
The rooms are somewhat clean
Reviewed 27 march, 2018
They do not net anyone anywhere near your room, I was staying there and I asked my friend to stop by while I finished getting ready for a birthday get together to seconds after my friend walked into my room the front desk was calling me and harassing me about my friend.
Nice one night stay
Reviewed 8 july, 2016
I spent a night at this small cozy hotel. Very simple checking and nice staff. The family that owns it are very nice. They were well known with the area and helped me find nearby restaurants. There is nice 24 hour area in lobby to get coffee. Looks like they have just renovated their rooms with new furniture, carpet and beds. Overall very nice safe place or the price and I will definitely return.
Reviewed 26 may, 2015
I only stayed here for a night and it was decent what you see from picture like 6 is actually what the bed look like the ceiling it seem they try make it look like the sky with clouds. When i entered the room it smelled like smoke and the outside of it too.The room itself was moderate clean and it only look like they had 1 maid staff. The only they renovated in the room i can tell is the backboard of the bed, desk, and cabinet. Television is so old that its static and the light is darkly dim. I only called the front once for the wifi information they were quick and nice. I recommend that they try replace the bed sheets because just lawing on it i feel itchy. Television because they are kinda old and a little broken the items that they put inside here seems like they built it around 2000 and kept it that way only thing new is desk, cabinets, and bed backboard.I would only recommend staying here for a night if you do bring your own blanket because these seem like they came from a home from 2000. Finding this place was a little difficult because the sign was half working and only one small entrance and exit.
Reviewed 10 july, 2012
My husband and I only stayed there one night and tossed and turned the entire night only to find out the very next morning that we had been gettin bit by some type of bugs or insects in the bed. If I were able to take pictures of the bites and post them, I surely would. We both have over 6 bites each. The bites look like they came from some place where the owners may originally be from. The worst hotel I've ever experienced, not to mention there is only one nice guy that works there, the rest of the customer service is very poor as well. Lesson learned.
A Very Interesting Place...
Reviewed 4 november, 2011
I normally don't write reviews of low-end motels, but this one stands out. It is near the intersection of Beltway 8 and HW 290 in northwest Houston. The staff is extremely friendly, the rooms are clean and comfortable, and the shower works well; requirements I have for most inexpensive hotels. What made this one unique was the ceilings - in each room, the ceiling has been painted like the sky, blue with clouds. And well done. The fun part comes at night. Flip on the black light next to the bed, and you not only have a nice night light, but the stars, Milky Way, and galaxies come out on the ceiling. Something I would have expected from a high end Vegas hotel or one you rent by the hour. This was neither. Great place for kids, romantic for couples (the full length mirror along the wall by the bed helps too). We'll be back, when we need to stay in this area.