Hilton Houston Post Oak
In a city that prides itself on a skyline full of cutting-edge architecture, the Hilton Houston Post Oak is considered one of Houston’s most remarkable thrusts of steel, concrete, stone and glass. This stunning complex was designed by a master of high modernist architecture, I.M. Pei, who also designed the famous Holocaust Memorial Museum on the National Mall in D.C. The twin towers of the Hilton are joined together by a spacious lobby with a curved glass ceiling that brings a dramatic vault of light and sky into the area. Designed to bring architectural cohesion to the sprawling Galleria urban district, every guest room opens onto a balcony with impressive skyline vistas, and it doesn’t hurt that the hotel is a mere block away from the Galleria and hundreds of top shopping and dining options.
Hilton is one of the most pet-friendly chains, putting up pups up to 75 pounds.