Houston’s Most Interesting HotelsPosted on March 27, 2016 in Dining
BisNow.com has named The Whitehall one of Houston’s most interesting hotels.
Below is the excerpt from their feature, which notes the property’s legacy as Houston’s top business hotel.
Crowne Plaza Houston Downtown, originally called The Whitehall, was designed by Welton Becket and Associates and opened its doors in 1963. Since its inception, it has been considered a business hotel, and has hosted such heavy-hitters as Bob Dylan, President Obama and VP Joe Biden. The hotel was also connected via skywalk to the Enron (now Chevron) building and thus it was much used as a convenient meeting spot for company executives, particularly in those last days when the company was going under.