Area Attractions

Find no better lodging between downtown Houston to the south and family-friendly activities like Wet ‘n’ Wild SplashTown to the north. Treat little ones to the Houston Zoo and Aquarium or satisfy your competitive edge with Minute Maid Park, Sam Houston Race Park, Toyota Center and NRG Park, some of the many sports stadiums surrounding Hyatt Regency Houston Intercontinental Airport. Excellent things to do include attending a live concert at Woodlands Waterway, walking the nature trails at Mercer Arboretum and boutique shopping at Old Town Spring.

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Hyatt Regency Houston Intercontinental Airport

425 North Sam Houston Parkway East
Houston, Texas, USA, 77060

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Art & Culture

ArtCar Museum

Lovingly nicknamed the “Garage Mahal,” car enthusiasts will have a field day at this contemporary art museum.

DiverseWorks

DiverseWorks is located at Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston (MATCH) and is the culmination of a community of artists working tirelessly for high-quality, critical art.

Houston Center for Photography

Appreciate no-fee photography and cutting-edge digital darkrooms, workshops and exhibitions.

The Menil Collection

Collect your thoughts in the serene atmosphere of an extensive art collection, where the pieces speak for themselves with no assistance from “didactics” or media on the wall.

Food & Drink

Super Chicken

Crisp tenders, fresh salads, steamy soups, Super Chicken lives up to the name and delivers some of the best chicken dishes to North Houston.

Jimmy G’s Restaurant

Boiled crawfish, grilled oysters and other New Orleans classics find their calling in Jimmy G’s Cajun restaurant.

Family Attractions

Sam Houston Race Park

Follow the ratio game and place your bet on the best odds, or the best name, at this Thoroughbred and American Quarter horse racing track in northwest Texas.

Old Town Spring

Inside this turn-of-the-century, Victorian-style community is a wide range of delicious Mexican restaurants, historic museums, contemporary art galleries and boutique shops.

Downtown Aquarium – Houston

Enjoy touch pools, shark tanks and over 200 different ocean species in a massive aquarium made for children of all ages.

Houston Zoo

Visit Hermann Park on the first Tuesday of any month for free admission to more than 6,000 animals, giraffe feedings and a wildlife carousel.

Major Theme Parks

Wet‘n’Wild SplashTown

Ride the RipQurl, twist in Tornado and feel your stomach drop at Texas Freefall, a few of the exhilarating attractions due north of our hotel at Wet‘n’Wild.

K1 Speed

Everything is bigger in Texas, and K1 Speed proves it with the country’s largest indoor go-karting company and state-of-the-art electronic go-karts.

Sky Zone Trampoline Park

The facility that started it all, Sky Zone offers a floor for freestyle aerobatics, unique takes on games like dodgeball and an exclusive fitness program.

Grand Texas Theme Park

Be the first to see Grand Texas Theme Park, with its entertainment complex and waterpark, when it opens in April 2020.

Sports

Minute Maid Park

See an Astros home game at Minute Maid Park and avoid the noise downtown with Hyatt Regency Houston Intercontinental Airport.

Houston Motorsports Park

The premier racing track in Texas’ largest city, Motorsports Park is the go-to NASCAR drag strip for exciting weekend events.

BBVA Compass Stadium

Witness one of the few soccer-specific stadiums in the nation with a home game from the MLS Houston Dynamo.

Toyota Center

Buzzer-beater NBA basketball games, pitch-perfect world-tour concerts, heart-pumping WWE wrestling, the Toyota Center has it all.

Shopping

Willowbrook Mall

Willowbrook is eclectic, welcoming and ideally located for shoppers that want a new mall experience without traveling downtown.

The Galleria

Just by retail space, The Galleria is the seventh largest mall in the country. Take a few days to explore their 375 stores and countless restaurants.

Highland Village

The Village is aptly named for its charming atmosphere and friendly store owners, but the quality of the products will remind guests that only the best retail brands can join in.

Rice Village

Enjoy a little bit of everything at Rice Village, the shopping district and open-air mall that boasts plenty of apparel, home goods and dining options.