Comfort Suites Westbelt - Beltway 8
7707 West Sam Houston Pkwy S
Houston, TX 77072
Phone: (713) 774-7707
Fax: (713) 774-7709
7707 West Sam Houston Pkwy S, Houston, TX, US, 77072
- Téléphone : (713) 774-7707
- Télécopie : (713) 774-7709
Amnesia Disco is one massive nightclub—the size of an aircraft hangar according to some. There are nights when all-night events take place. They also conduct salsa nights and international music nights for their patrons. The terrace has a glass roof to muffle the thumping sound and plays host to foam parties too! They also have a dry ice machine, which shoots jets of cold air through vents in the floor.
Rock and roll seven days a week with some of the best live bands in Houston. This nightspot holds hundreds of people and is one of the city's hottest rock clubs. Giant over-stuffed chairs and large wooden tables give it an English pub flavor, and the beverage service is the best. It has enjoyed enormous popularity with the twenty-something set since 1977.
If Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez and Gloria Estefan are among your favorite artists, give this Metropolis Discotheque a try. The name does not bring to mind anything Latino, but all of the hottest Latin singing sensations are featured. You and your friends will enjoy swinging your hips to the tunes the DJs spin. The full-service bar features numerous "drink until you drop" specials. The drinks at the bar are worth a shot if you manage to get a ride home.
Taking over the reigns from the ultra-popular Planeta Bar Rio, Stereo Live strives to maintain 6400 Richmond Avenue a prime address in the city's nightlife scene. With regards to what the venue offers, one can say that Stereo Live has achieved its goal. There are three spaces in all - the Main Room, the Terrace, and the Loft- which are all equipped with excellent sound, PA, and light systems. Hosting DJs, bands, and even private events, this club is really worth a visit if you want to party till late in the night. See the website or call to know more.
Wild West is one of Houston's leading nightclubs. Featuring a DJ on most nights, this venue was made for dancing. Go wild and dance the night away to some of the best country music tracks out there. If you're new to two-stepping, fear not, because they offer dance lessons on a regular basis. The Texan-built club is a great party destination in Houston.
Located close to the rice village the 'Firehouse Saloon' is music venue. You will find a number of local musicians performing here. Come here and enjoy some drinks and snacks with great live music. Known to be one of the best places to enjoy live country music, you will find the hottest crowd here. So all you music fans out there, come and rock all night.
Signature Lounge is a spacious, disco-balled and marble-countered lounge bar and dance club with a patio. Many nights of the week are themed with house DJs and special promotions, and some nights are designed to cater specifically to gay communities. Visit website for details and more information.
Sam's Boat is a fantastic Seafood restaurant located in the city of Houston. Apart from the wonderful seafood served here, the restaurant also serves some tasty Mexican and American culinary delights. The ambiance at Sam's is laid-back and the seating is comfortable and relaxed. Try out the excellent bacon mushroom burger, Sam's crab cakes, fajita nachos and shrimp cocktail. For drinks, the chilled blue margarita, frozen hurricane and the cadillac margarita are good options. The restaurant has also played host to live bands such as Rick Marcel Band, Lost Boys, The Spiffingtons and many more.
Earlier a grocery store, International Ballroom is now huge among hard rock fans. Big names like 'Nine Inch Nails', 'Sex Pistols', 'Megadeth', 'Tool', 'Marilyn Manson' and 'Rage Against the Machine' have rocked this stage with some really memorable performances. Alcohol and memorabilia like t-shirts are sold at the venue. Although there is no seating arrangement, the crowd is usually more than pleased to stand and cheer for the bands. It is recommended to call before planning a visit to this venue as there are no fixed dates and timings for the shows held here.
Rhythm and blues fans on the West Side know all about this eccentric little pub. The decor is relatively simple and the origin of the name is an unsolved mystery, but the bands that play here are always worth a listen. No one will mind if you feel the urge to let your feet do the talking, but dancing typically takes a back seat to simple enjoyment of the music and good, friendly conversation. The pub is open daily and has a solid following in the 20-to-40 age group. Live bands typically play every night except Mondays. A small cover charge may apply for some bands, but admission is often free.
Remember that infamous John Travolta disco dance in Saturday Night Fever? He certainly seemed to set the standard for the times. These days you might not run into another Travolta on Roxy's dance floor, but you might end up feeling the same moves taking over your body. All you have to do is join the crowd for an evening of nostalgic bliss, complete with a large disco ball, smoke machines and strobe lights. Large-screen televisions on the wall feature changing shots of the dancers.
Mexican food and awesome margaritas await you at Paparruchos. Tacos, tortas, pizzas, ensaladas are served hot and the fare is wholesome Mexican cooking. Don't look for sophistication here, this is one of those places where you can be messy and still have a ball. The staff is prompt and the crowd laidback. Local bands play great Mexican numbers and the DJ keeps you on your toes.