Sleep Inn & Suites Stafford - Sugarland
4810 Alpine Drive
Stafford, TX 77477
Phone: (281) 494-2900
Fax: (281) 494-0001
4810 Alpine Drive, Stafford, TX, US, 77477
- Phone: (281) 494-2900
- Fax: (281) 494-0001
Regal Ranch is one venue you would not want to give a miss. Head here with family to spend some quality time. Outdoor facilities like volleyball, soccer, swimming and more will not only keep the kids occupied but he adults too. The menu available here is scrumptious and will suit everyone's taste buds. If you are looking for a space for your private event like wedding ceremonies or other celebrations, then Regal ranch is your best bet. Companies too can organize their picnics here. Kindly check the website for rental details and other information.
Stafford Center is a 90,000 square foot facility boasting of a theater, a banquet hall, a ballroom, and diverse events, from festivals to serious business meetings. Located just 15 miles from Houston, the center is especially known for its convention hub, where businessmen hold seminars and launches. A licensed caterer on the premises assures wonderful private gatherings and weddings.
Fort Bend Theater is a non-profit organization, founded in 1989 to provide family entertainment and education to children, teens and adults. The 80-seat theater is a cozy setting for good, clean fun for the entire family. Volunteers make the costumes and sets, and the casting is open for most productions. The theater staff also conducts classes in acting and musical theater. Call or check the website for schedule of plays and other events.
The Huskies basketball team of the Houston Baptist University strut their stuff on the floor of the Sharp Gymnasium. Built in 1963, and operating then as the Frank and Lucille Sharp Physical Education Building, this multi-purpose arena offers seating in chair backed seats, and a capacity of 1000 spectators. Head down here for a game or two, whether it be basketball or volleyball, and enjoy the atmosphere. Call or see the website to know more.
Located inside the Houston Baptist University campus, this theatre is a popular venue for plays, musicals and other events. Do call up to find out about the latest theatrical performances.
Located in the Houston Baptist University, the Morris Cultural Arts Center is a multi purpose venue. This venue is quite large and is divided into four parts— The Recital Hall, McNair Hall, University Museums and the Linda and Archie Dunham Theater. The venue was designed by architect Studio Red and constructed by W.S. Bellows. This place has hosted a number of events like community performances, orchestra and dance recitals. The venue can be hired for weddings and vendor fairs also.
The Houston Arena Theater is well-known for its amazing rock concerts. Enter this spacious venue to be spellbound by its minimalis yet stylish decor and comfortable seating. Sink into these chairs while the renowned music talents spell magic across the stage with their power-packed performances. And not to forget the high-end lighting systems and acoustics add an impact larger than life!
This was one of the first theaters to offer stadium seating in Houston. Bright and colorful, the Westchase location has a large game room where you can kill time while waiting for your movie to start. Three snack bars are available to cut down on the length of lines, or you can fill up at the cafe that serves up burgers and pizza to hungry movie fans. Ticket prices and show times vary. Student discounts and matinee times are available for most shows. ATM is available inside the complex.
The Jewish Community Center, a popular landmark in Houston, is where the Kaplan Theater is located. A venue for many theatrical performances and dances, this 320 seater has hosted many dance events like 'Sacha Waltz and Guests', 'Legal Innocence' to name a few. The space is also used for many interesting local performances. The theater can also be rented for rehearsals of dance, drama and musical. Call for detailed show timings and bookings.
If your entertainment budget is tight, this theater offers the perfect opportunity to catch some of Hollywood's greatest hits at an unbelievable price. All seats are well-priced, so you will have to wait until films leave all the 'big' theaters to see them here, but the wait typically is not a long one. It is also a great place to catch that movie you kept meaning to see and missed. All your typical movie munchies are on hand to satisfy your cravings, or you can grab a bite to eat in one of the numerous restaurants in the area.
Hamman Hall is a 500-seat auditorium located on Rice University Campus. Built in 2006, the hall can be rented for various events including concerts, plays and music festivals. Performances of plays like Othello, have enthralled crowds for many years and probably still more to come! Hamman Hall was built through donations provided by Hamman Foundation. This hall has become the ultimate place to hold cultural events in Houston.
In Texas, everything is more casual, even date night. A typical dinner and show at the Drafthouse is really a pitcher of one of their many great beers on tap (including a fine selection of seasonal and micro brews) accompanied by an appetizer of Apocalypse Now hot wings or jalapeno poppers; followed by the Moonstruck Margherita pizza or the grilled chicken pesto pasta and ending with the perfect slice of pecan pie a la mode or The Five Dollar Milkshake. All while enjoying the latest blockbuster or Indie movie of your choice. Frequent drafters should join the Beer Hunter Club for free swag for every 30 draughts.