Download our free apps Languages : DanskDeutschEnglishEspañolFrançaisHrvatskiIndonesiaItalianoLatviski LietuviųMagyarMelayuNederlandsNorskPolskiPortuguêsRomânăSlovenčina SuomiSvenskaTiếng ViệtTürkçeČeštinaРусскийУкраїнськаภาษาไทย US$ Top currencies : AU$Australian Dollar £British Pound Euro SG$Singapore Dollar TH฿Thai Baht US$US Dollar All currencies : AEDArab Emirates Dirham AU$Australian Dollar BRLBrazilian Real £British Pound CA$Canadian Dollar CNYChinese Yuan HRKCroatian Kuna CZKCzech Koruna DKKDanish Krone Euro HK$Hong Kong Dollar HUFHungarian Forint INRIndian Rupee IDRIndonesian Rupiah ILSIsraeli Shekel ¥Japanese Yen LVLLatvia Lats LTLLithuanian Litas MYRMalaysian Ringgit NZ$New Zealand Dollar NOKNorwegian Krone PKRPakistan Rupee PHPPhilippine Peso PLNPolish Zloty RONRomanian Leu RUBRussian Ruble SARSaudi Riyal SG$Singapore Dollar ZARSouth African Rand KRWSouth Korean Won SEKSwedish Krona CHFSwiss Franc TW$Taiwan Dollar TH฿Thai Baht TRYTurkish Lira US$US Dollar UAHUkrainian Hryvnia VNDVietnamese Dong
Humble Hotel Deals
Where
Check in Check in Check out Check out Guests 2 Guests Rooms 1 Room SEARCH

Amazing deals for 2 Humble hotels

Save up to 88% per booking * All prices include tax and service Cheap deals from 271 booking sites
Humble hotels map Close
Humble hotels map
Humble intro. Humble, Texas is located 29kms northeast of Houston in Harris County near the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, the major airport of the city of Houston. It is close to the airport means plenty of selections for Humble hotels. There are at least half a dozen establishments, most of which include both conventional hotel rooms and suites for rent. Visitors can even stay in the former Humble Oil Building which has been transformed into one of the most luxurious properties. Although many visitors to district may want to explore nearby Houston, the boundary itself is home to four parks and many other attractions. The four parks in vicinity are the Hilton C. Schott Park, Uptown Park, Timberwood Park, and Hirsch Memorial Park. Visitors to the vicinity may also shop at the large Deerbrook Mall, learn more about the history of this former oil boomtown at the Museum, or visit the Humble Negro Cemetery, which was abandoned when the town's African American population was forced to relocate because of racial segregation.