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2475 North Freeway, Houston, TX, US, 77009

  • Phone: (713) 862-6300
  • Fax: (713) 862-5008

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Sleep Inn is getting even better. This hotel, as part of a nationwide refresh of the Sleep Inn brand, has incorporated stylish design features and amenities to create a unique atmosphere that will help you have a restful stay. Experience 'better' for yourself at this Sleep Inn hotel.

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4.4 out of 5 (84 reviews)
90% of guests recommend this hotel

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Welcome To The Neighborhood: Downtown West Side
Hyatt Regency HoustonApril 29, 2015 10:00 AM
1200 Louisiana Street
Houston, TX 77002
If you are an art, architecture, or history lover, this tour is for you. See WWII history at Main Street Square, world-class architecture connected to the Downtown Houston Tunnel System, Miro sculptures and a spectacular view from the 60th floor sky lobby in the 600 Travis Building, then see Texas history and art in the 1929 712 Main Street Building, and modern art in the JW Marriott Hotel. The free Greenlink Connector takes you to City Hall for a Dutch-Treat lunch at the City's Farmers Market, followed by stops at the Julia Ideson Building and Texas History Museum.
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Houston Astros Stadium Tour
Minute Maid ParkApril 29, 2015
501 Crawford Street
Houston, TX 77002
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Falling In Reverse
House of Blues HoustonApril 29, 2015 6:30 PM
1204 Caroline Street
Houston, TX 77002
Falling in Reverse is a post hardcore band from Las Vegas that got its start in 2008 under the name From Behind These Walls. Newly signed to Epitaph Records, the band dropped its debut studio album The Drug in Me Is You, in 2011, featuring all song written by lead vocalist Ronnie Radke while he was incarcerated. The album earned acclaim for its fusion of glam metal and pop punk elements into a post hardcore foundation, leading Falling in Reverse to play its first live show ever at the 2011 Vans Warped Tour.
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The Who
Toyota CenterApril 29, 2015 7:30 PM
1510 Polk Street
Houston, TX 77002
After helping reinvent rock music in the mid-'60s with an intensely electrified sound, The Who continued on into their twilight years in true fashion. Comprised of lead guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend, lead singer Roger Daltry, bass guitarist John Entwistle, and drummer Keith Moon, the Who revolutionized rock and roll through a variety of concept albums, outstanding live shows and other sonic inventions that would go on to influence a whole new generation of musicians. Today, despite losing both the founding drummer and bassist, the English group still soldiers on and tours quite frequently.
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Tunes4autism
Warehouse LiveApril 29, 2015 8:00 PM
813 St. Emanuel Street
Houston, TX 77003
Tunes4Autism is an awareness event founded by Verda Carr. This year, T4A is being presented by local sponsors OCE (CEO DBoss) and Str8Lace Ent.  (on Behalf of MeechiePhinix). Various artists will come together in an effort to help spread awareness about this puzzling disorder. The proceeds will benefit the Avondale House, a local facility in the Houston area, that cares for those living with Autism. Hope you can attend. Feel free to direct inquiries to @TootieWootie or Tunes4Autism@gmail.com Thanks for your support.
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Scott Weiland and The Wildabouts
The Ballroom at Warehouse LiveApril 29, 2015 8:00 PM
813 Saint Emanuel Street
Houston, TX 77003
Scott Weiland is a prolific singer/songwriter and musician from northern California who rose to fame as the lead singer of the alternative rock band Stone Temple Pilots. After meeting bassist Robert DeLeo in 1986, Weiland formed the band Mighty Joe Young with the additions of guitarist Dean DeLeo and drummer Eric Kretz. The band signed with Atlandic Records and changed its name to Stone Temple Pilots, or STP. STP's 1992 debut album Core, featured several hits such as "Sex Type Thing and "Wicked Garden," making the band one of the most influential acts of the grunge movement of the early 1990s. The album, however, sparked comparisons to the music of Nirvana and Pearl Jam, which led to accusations that STP was cashing in on the popularity of the grunge scene. In the years following the spike in success, Weiland developed drug habits that prohibited the band from much of its 1996-1997 tour for its third album, Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop. Stone Temple Pilots went on a hiatus shortly after the failed album, and Weiland focused on developing his solo career. After spending time in jail during the end of the 1990s, he rejoined STP and the band released its 1999 album No. 4, before disbanding in 2003. The same year, Weiland was approached by bassist Duff McKagan to join a band with former Guns N' Roses band mates Slash and Matt Sorum as well as Dave Kushner. The five musicians soon formed Velvet Revolver and released Contraband in 2004 to critical and commercial acclaim. The album featured the song "Slither," which won Weiland a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance with Vocal in 2005, marking the second time he received the award. Following a second album and a cancelled tour due to Weiland's erratic behavior, the tension between Weiland and the other Velvet Revolver members rose and forced the singer to leave the band. As a solo artist, Weiland released his first studio album in 1998and has since gone on to tour fairly regularly in support of his solo material as well as the songs he helped write with Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver.
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