The Lancaster Hotel: You Won My Loyalty!

Hope your weekend is going well!  I know there have not been many outfit posts
lately, and I do apologize, but my wonderful photographers (son and husband)
have been exceptionally busy lately! 

I do have a very special place I would like to share with
you today.  If you ever travel to
Houston, you must stay in THE LANCASTER HOTEL a fabulous boutique hotel in
downtown across from The Jones Concert Hall. 
Built in 1926, the Lancaster is an official Texas Landmark and a member
of Historic Hotels in America.   It is
rich with heritage, which you can read about HERE.

What I love is the way the designers created a blend of
vintage and new with each step from the entry way to the rooms.   The vintage feel affords a coziness you will
not find in the big chain hotels and creates a chic, elegant ambiance which is
well…warm and cozy.  However, the new
touches of leather, and marble counters, and creative design takes business
travel to a new level.  

I was there on business travel and appreciated the breakfast
provided in the morning complete with smiling, service-focused staff; the
eating area with current news channels on and daily newspapers available; and
the easy business room with computers to pull up the airplane site and printers
to print whatever needs you might have…such as a boarding pass.  As a female business travels, I loved the
makeup mirror, full length mirror…and oh, did I mention the cozy robes and
Starbucks Coffee for the room.

The food was excellent from dinner to breakfast…and I loved
the intimacy of THE BISTRO LANCASTER
All it lacked was a touch of Frank Sinatra or a pianist to add icing on
the New- York- feeling atmosphere.  I also want to compliment the staff…their
kindness and smiles!  

Final word…this MOLTEN CHOCOLATE CAKE WITH JACK DANIELS AND NUTELLA SAUCE…there are just no words…best dessert I have tasted in a long time…it was incredible!

This is one hotel I will return to….

Have a Wonderful Thursday!


  1. Really beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I will keep it in mind if I have to travel to Houston.

    Meanwhile, check out electronic boarding passes. No printing. They changed my life.

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