Since 1995, Downtown Houston has experienced a major revitalization that has placed the Big Skyline on the map when it comes to entertainment, dining, culture, history and the arts. Within a five-minute walk from the Cambria Hotel Houston Downtown Convention Center is Minute Maid Park, the state’s first retractable-roof stadium built in 2000. When the venue is sold out, you can hear over 41,000 spectators cheer on their favorite Major League Baseball (MLB) team, including the Texas Astros. Also nearby is Toyota Center, home of the Houston Rockets basketball team. Headlining music acts have played live concerts in the arena, including Prince, Tool, Madonna, Taylor Swift, and The Rolling Stones.
Connecting most of the major skyscrapers and buildings in the downtown area is the tunnel and skywalk system, making it convenient to reach many of the headquarters of the Fortune 500 companies that call Houston home. Among the most well-known businesses are the Chevron Corporation, JPMorgan Chase, Waste Management and United Airlines. Also making business a serious affair in Downtown Houston is the George R. Brown Convention Center with over 1,800,000 square feet of exhibition space located mere minutes from our hotel.
CityCentre Plaza is only 20 minutes away by car with retail, dining, office and residential spaces located conveniently close to Downtown Houston. When you’ve finished indulging in delicious Tex-Mex and Louisiana Creole cuisine from Downtown’s Zydeco Louisiana Diner and Treebeards, you can always find a beautifully prepared meal at CityCentre from upscale restaurants like Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen, International Smoke or The Tasting Room Wine Cafe. In Downtown Houston, there is something for every discerning traveler looking for good food, fine company, and an enriching Texas experience.