Posted Nov 7, 2016
I didn't want to spend too much and I didn't want to spend too little and end up in a Days Inn. Club Quarters was just right. We wanted a location near enough to walk to George R. Brown Convention Center and for us this was just right. For someone who has mobility issues, this would probably be too far, but the 8 blocks or so was worth saving 100-200 dollars per night. By the way, the new rail system metro transit line runs down Rusk street in front of the hotel to the Convention Center with a station approximately one block away. The room was small but I didn't book the room to host a party, I wanted a clean, comfortable place to sleep. The bed was was firm and comfortable. Though not listed as included amenities, the room had a refrigerator and a microwave. The bathroom had a granite counter top and a magnifying mirror, which my aging eyes appreciate. As one of the reviews I had read warned me, there was only one washcloth even though we had booked for 2 adults, but that was quickly rectified by a request to the front desk. The feel of the place reminded me of my much more expensive stay in Paris where the rooms were very small and the staff was very efficient. The staff was also very friendly as many of the reviews also note. The coffee pot in the room was a Keurig and only had decaf pods supplied--but again, that was quickly rectified upon request at the front desk. The feel is minimalist luxury--just the right choices of quality without unnecessary opulence.