Quality Inn & Suites NRG Park - Medical Center
2364 South Loop West
Houston, TX 77054
Phone: (713) 799-2436
Fax: (713) 799-2415
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Formerly Reliant Arena, NRG Arena is a well-constructed events center situated in NRG Park. It seats 8500 people and is best suited for smaller matches. Being well-equipped for field sports and wrestling, this complex is home to many fans. Apart from sports, the arena also hosts many other concerts, cultural and trade shows. With so much of fun-fare and activities, this place is never short of events.
This splendidly massive sports stadium is a part of the impressive NRG Park (formerly Reliant Park) complex. The seating capacity is 71,500, a huge number to accommodate fans. NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium) gathers big crowds for popular sporting events and concerts. The most interesting fact about the stadium is its retractable roof, which suits various types of events.
NRG Park (formerly Reliant Park) serves as Houston's top venue for trade shows, conventions, sporting events and entertainment. The complex is comprised of the NRG Astrodome, NRG Stadium, NRG Arena and NRG Center. The stadium is known as one of the largest and most versatile venues in Houston. This is the home of the Houston Texans and the famous Houston Livestock show and Rodeo.
The Pavilion at NRG Arena (formerly Reliant Arena) is a popular venue for all major cultural and recreational events in Houston. There are four halls within this space where many exhibitions are held. It has a total capacity of 1,700 and is a cultural haven of sorts on the city. Many concerts, dance programs, awards functions and community events are also held here.
Situated on the northeast corner of downtown, the NRG Astrodome (formerly Reliant Astrodome) is a state-of-the-art baseball park that towers over what was once a busy train station. The home of the Astros opened in the nick of time for the 2000 baseball season, which is a part of NRG Park. Key features include a retractable roof that is extremely popular with fans that enjoy that outdoor feeling when the weather is good. The park, along with Bayou Place and a few other recent additions to the area, have played a significant role in the revival of downtown Houston. It also ensures that the area's appeal is no longer limited to just art and theater lovers.
If you are a true lover of music, and want to enjoy great live music, then this is the place for you. Known as one of the best music concert venue in town, you get to enjoy some of the best live bands performing here. This uniquely designed concert hall has a capacity of 550, and you are sure to get the best view no matter where you sit. So be sure your here the next time.
Watch the Rice Owls flying high at this new state-of-the-art baseball facility, which is built on the site of the old Cameron Field. The team's qualification into the College World Series lead to the construction of this stadium. There are several areas to catch all the action from The Gold Field Level, Silver Field Level, Blue Field Level, Gray Concourse Level and bleacher seating. Fans can also avail of facilities of the three large concession areas, a gift shop and a picnic area.
The Autry Court was renamed to Tudor Fieldhouse as a fitting ode to Bobby Tudor whose 7 million dollar donation helped renovate the facility over a period of 15 months. The building sports an impressive facade and boasts of equally functional facilities within, like more restrooms, a spacious lobby and a club lounge. Basketball and volleyball games are a regular occurrence here, and witnessing one of these promises to be an electrifying experience with the new LED scoreboards and crystal clear acoustics.
Main Street Theater II was established in 1996 as a second location for the widely popular Main Street Theater productions. The branch is twice as large with numerous seats and boasts of an elegant decor. It is dedicated to larger classic productions, but it also offers lively children's theatrical productions that the entire family will enjoy.
Duncan Recital Hall is located in the Alice Pratt Brown Hall at The Shepherd School Of Music. Its elegant design is inspired by the Stude Concert Hall and features great acoustics and intimate lighting. This facility is used by the school for classical concerts, recitals, lectures and presentations, as well as by several local and touring performing arts organizations.
Located close to the famed Rice Village, The Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club is an eclectic event space that hosts a wide variety of social events and concerts. The venue is mainly a blues venue and regularly features musical performances by famed and upcoming artists of this genre. The Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club has been specially noted for giving a platform to new talents. Here, you could also try a game of pool or simply socialize with other locals and tourists. If you are in the city and are looking for something interesting to do, Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club is the place to go. To know the schedule of the events here, check the website.
On the campus of Rice University and a part of the Shepherd Music School residing in the Alice Pratt Brown Hall, the Stude Concert Hall is a place to see some of the best performers. With simple yet sophisticated interiors and a seating capacity of 1000, the hall is not just a musical venue but a place where recordings are done. Its excellent acoustics and interiors teamed with a repertoire of well known artists make the Stude Concert Hall enviably one of the best in the world.