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Recently refurbished, this hotel continues to offer guests the opportunity to relax in lavish splendor. Enjoy equally elegant dining in Quattro, the hotel's restaurant. A salon is on hand to take care of any grooming needs you might have, and a fully equipped workout area will keep you in shape while you are on the road. Though it's a business hotel, the Four Seasons also welcomes families with children; welcome gifts are given to children and guests, and babysitting services can be arranged through the hotel.
This health-nut paradise has been taking care of Houston's hearts for many years. Those with artistic spirits are particularly attracted to the somewhat Bohemian atmosphere featuring the world of Hobbits. Dining outdoors on a deck is extremely popular in fair weather. A few sinful menu options are available such as a hefty hamburger but vegetarian choices like spinach and mushroom enchiladas are the true crowd-pleasing items. Even the desserts manage to be tempting without overwhelming the body with fat and calories.
Re-opened in 2007, Armando's is a renewal of the classic Mexican offerings refined. The founder Revised this iconic Houston restaurant seven years after closing the original which was frequented by celebrities and local socialites.
Since opening in 1965, Tony Vallone has redefined Italian flavors with his eponymous brand. Pioneering restaurant of the regional cuisine in the state, the place has hosted celebrities, dignitaries and royalty, including seven active Presidents. Authentic Italian flavors are concealed within inventive platters that are delicious as well as visually impressive. Indulge in Seafood Gazpacho, Salmon Tartar and Three Graces, to complement the impressive wine cellar. Surrounded by Versace china, Riedel crystal and Christophe flatware, your fine dining experience will be one of pure luxury. Whether it's celebrity-watching, sampling haute cuisine, or crossing off your culinary bucket list, dining at Tony's promises an experience like no other.