There is no hotel at the airport itself. Hotels nearby include: Courtyard by Marriott (tel: +1(0)713 910 1700), Baymont Inn & Suites (tel: +1(0)713 941 0900) Hobby Hilton (tel: +1(0)713 645 3000), Motel Six (tel: +1(0)713 941 0990) and Holiday Inn Houston Hobby (tel: +1(0)713 946 8900). For more hotels and to reserve online, visit Booking.com, they offer a wide range of hotels at very reasonable internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
Houston Airport has a reasonable supply of restaurants, including a Mexican restaurant and an ice parlor, cafés and snack bars. Shops are located in the Central Hall and near Piers A and C.
It is possible to store baggage at Houston Hobby Airport. The lost and found department is located at the baggage handling area.
There is an information desk at the baggage handling department (tel: +1(0)713 640 3000). Throughout the entire terminal building, there are Special Service Representatives who can provide you with information about arrival and departure times, the airport and nearby accommodations.
Near Pier C, there is a meeting room that can be booked via the information desk or the Special Service Representatives. Fax and copying facilities are available at the exchange offices. Extended business facilities are available at the hotels near the airport, including the Courtyard by Marriott and Holiday Inn (see under Hotels).
The entire terminal building is accessible for wheelchairs and there are modified elevators and toilets. The blind and the deaf can apply for information and assistance via (tel: +1(0)713 640 3000) or (tel: +1(0)713 641 7781 - text phone).
The meeting room near Pier C is accessible for wheelchairs.
There are exchange offices and ATM's throughout the terminal building. Wireless (Wi-Fi) internet is available. Outside the entrance of the terminal there are places where smoking is allowed. At the West Baggage Claim, there is an ecumenical chapel. Medical assistance is available through the Special Service Representatives. The old terminal of Houston Hobby Airport (1940 Air Terminal) is now an aviation museum.