Comfort Suites Bush Intercontinental Airport
15555 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Houston, TX 77032
Phone: (281) 442-0600
Fax: (281) 442-0606
15555 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Houston, TX, US, 77032
- Phone: (281) 442-0600
- Fax: (281) 442-0606
Almost anything you could want or need can be found in this mall. Featured stores include Dillard's, Foley's and Sears. Specialty stores include Things Remembered and Barry's Jewelers plus more than 80 other shops that offer a variety of merchandise. You will find interesting imports, clock shops, furniture, leather products, unusual jewelry and much more. If a day at the mall makes you hungry, grab a bite to eat at one of the 19 eateries or coffee shops. If you need a longer break, take in a movie at the Greenspoint Cinema. The latest Hollywood movies are always available.
There are 400 dealers in covered spaces here spreading over fourteen acres. Wear some comfy shoes! You can find some real treasures here and the friendly dealers are more than happy to answer any questions you might have. There are handmade craft items, house decor, garden decor, new and used furniture, antiques, men's, women's and children's clothes, bedroom items and linens, works of art and kitchenware. You name it and it is probably here!
This is a great place for a casual and relaxing day of shopping. The mall features Dillard's, Foley's, Mervyn's California and Sears. Specialty stores include Things Remembered and B. Dalton Booksellers. Over 100 stores offer everything from cosmetics, books, and CDs to furniture, art, and health food. Spend the day browsing in a wide variety of shops and then grab a bite to eat at one of the 16 restaurants and snack shops. Bring along the kids and make a full day of this shopping experience.
Stop at Pitt's & Spitt's for the best of grills, smokers and pits. The use of high grade materials and innovative designs keep the customers coming back for more. All their items are highly recommended by all and are used for competitions and championships. Renowned chef Adam Perry Lang has hailed the smokers as his favorite in Food and Wine Magazine. You are sure to get your steaks done right if Pitt's is one of the ingredients. Check out their website for more details.
You can run in for a quick errand or spend the day here. Besides typical department stores, more than fifty specialty stores call the mall home. Options include men's, women's and children's apparel, shoes, jewelry, leather and accessories, electronics, toys and hair salons. This mall is convenient for any kind of shopping experience.
If you're looking for fresh fruits and vegetables, then Canino Produce Co. is the place you have to visit. Since 1958, Houstonites have found the most local produce here with most of it coming from Texas farmers. There's also plenty of dry goods and seasonal favorites, as well as a free food tasting on the second Saturday of every month.
This eclectic little gift store is packed to the gills with things that smell great - candles, soaps, incense - and things that make you look and feel great - Ganesh-embroidered purses, intricate silver jewelry, meditation bowls, and rugs to meditate on. Take your time checking out every item scattered around on the antique furnishings also for sale. Don't get so distracted that you miss the original works of art by local artists on display. No matter who you need a gift for, you'll find the perfect one here. Take advantage of Heights First Saturday, the first Saturday of the month. - JoAnn Takasaki
Captain's Choice Seafood Market, this popular fish market is strategically located inside the Captain's Choice Restaurant. The selection includes scallops, several varieties of shrimp and lots of other fish from the waters of the nearby Gulf and beyond. The efficient staff will help you find exactly the right fish for your tastes and will even offer cooking suggestions. If you are in the mood for something spicy, the nice selection of Cajun and Creole seasonings and mixes might be just what you need. You will even find file de gumbo - a popular Cajun thickener.
Just a few miles from downtown lies a historic area where you will find this antique co-op, Heights Antiques On Yale with about 25 dealers. Needless to say, a very large variety of antique items are available. From classic furniture to household accessories, it should not be hard to find exactly what you want. For more than 100 years, the area has been a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Collectors and antique lovers should not miss a trip to these shops.
Thrift store enthusiasts always know where to find the best bargain. Start the hunt at Sand Dollar. The name implies low prices, and that’s exactly what you’ll find - that, and miles of clothing coordinated by color, type, gender, and age. Household necessities from small appliances and dishes to furniture and electronics can be purchased without bruising your wallet. The store is neatly arranged to make perusing through children’s books, paintings, frames, toys, shoes, purses and bags easy. Not only is Sand Dollar a great place to amass your personal collection, it’s also handy for unloading your excess with a donation box right outside. -Gemma Amato
This fine art gallery is unique in Houston for its devotion to the ceramic and clay arts, and their support of local, national, and internationally renowned ceramic artists. Attend one of their monthly openings on Heights First Saturday to see their newest exhibit. Or sign-up for an artist workshop or lecture-don't be afraid to get your hands dirty! Drop by any time to see the work of member artists. Many pieces are decorative or sculptural, while still others are functional. Find extraordinary art for both indoor and outdoor display. Check their website for the latest schedule of events and exhibitions. - JoAnn Takasaki
This delightful store is chockablock with eclectic home décor, lighting, bar and tableware, candles, baby gifts, art, mirrors, books and cards. It wouldn’t be unusual to find an art deco-style lamp next to a ceramic, pink polka-dotted piggy bank. Or an exquisite, modern, brushed steel floor vase next to a tansu chest. The array of merchandise may at first seem dizzying, but stay focused and methodical to get through it all - or just come back multiple times to catch what was missed the first go around! Super friendly staff will help pick out the gift that’s just right - whether for yourself or someone else. - JoAnn Takasaki