Last booked 15 hours 47 mins ago
- Self, Covered
- 3.8 miles to IAH
- Less than 5 min average shuttle wait
Open 24 hours.
FREE transportation to & from the airport is provided on shuttle buses.
This IAH parking service is open 24 Hours
Located on JFK Blvd! * Shuttles every 3-5 minutes * Luggage Assistance * Free Newspaper * Frequent Parker Bonus Program*
Shuttle transportation provided every 3-5 minutes to and from all airport terminals. Shuttle bus picks you up and drops you off at your car - No long walks - No long waits!
Open 24 hours per day, and 7 days a week.
Shuttle runs every 30 mins from 5am until 11pm and on demand during all other hours.
Open 24 hours. Shuttle runs 5:00am - 11:45pm -- shuttle to the airport is offered once an hour, on the hour.
Free shuttle for all of our customers. The shuttle runs daily from 5:00am - 11:45pm. For drop offs to the airport it runs every hour on the hour. Pick ups from the airport are upon call, so please call the front desk when you are ready for pick up and they will send the shuttle (please note when you call the shuttle may be transporting other customers, so please allow a little buffer time).
Last booked 20 hours 48 mins ago
Hotel Hours: 24/7 Airport Shuttle Hours: 5 AM - 12 AM
The shuttle runs every 30 minutes from 5 AM - 12 AM. Please arrive 10 minutes before scheduled shuttle time and call the hotel for any issues.
Hotel Hours: 24/7 Airport Shuttle Hours: 5 AM - 12 AM
The shuttle runs every 30 minutes from 5 AM - 12 AM, please arrive 10 minutes prior to scheduled shuttle time and call the hotel for any issues.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Clean facility located right off Will Clayton Parkway.
Continuous shuttles every 4-6 minutes, 365 days a year!
The hotel operates 24/7, and the shuttle service runs from 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM.
The morning shuttle runs on the hour, please arrive approximately 10 minutes prior to the scheduled shuttle for check in at the front desk. After 11 am the shuttle runs on demand until midnight.
5:00 am to 12:00 am
5:00am to 12:00am leaves every 30 min
Hotel Hours: 24/7 Airport Shuttle Hours: 5 AM - 11 PM
The shuttle runs on demand from 5 AM - 11 PM, please arrive 10 minutes before scheduled time and contact the hotel if any issues occur.
Safe and Secure - Open 24 hours / 365 days per year
Lowest parking rates at Bush Intercontinental. Safe, secure with 24 hour surveillance - only 1.5 miles from the airport. Arrive just 15 minutes before you want to be at your terminal. Upon entering you will be directed to a parking space and a shuttle bus will pick you up at your car and immediately take you to your departure terminal. When you return, call the phone number on your claim check number for immediate pick up. Directions, phone numbers and other information will be on your receipt. Reserve NOW!
Immediate FREE transportation provided to and from the airport 24 hours per day on modern shuttle buses. Complimentary luggage assistance.
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The Houston airport, known as Bush Intercontinental Airport, is one of the nation's largest airports. It is often referred to as a "city within a city." This quick guide will give you some pointers on what you can expect in the city inside IAH.
IAH is a big, well run facility. It has a large number of restaurants and shops, and the overall feeling is that customer service is welcoming and friendly. Although the airport has a lot of square footage, it is relatively easy to get around. There is even a tram running through the terminals to help you get places quicker. The grounds are well maintained, and clean.
The airport also is tech friendly because there are numerous charging stations throughout the terminals. Samsung branded stations are free, while Rapid Charger machines charge a nominal fee.
This is one of the airports where the domestic side runs as a smoothly oiled machine, but the international terminal is the polar opposite. International arrivals routinely suffer from long wait times. Upon arriving, it becomes immediately apparent that customs is severely understaffed, and unprepared to deal with the expected influx of international travelers. To put it simply: missing your connecting flight is not out the ordinary when arriving from a trip abroad.
If you're inside the terminal areas looking for a quiet place to sleep, you may be out of luck. It can be hard to find a good sleeping spot due to the loud noise level found throughout the airport. Constant, blaring announcements and loud music from the airport's bars and grills are usually to blame. Make sure to bring some earplugs or noise cancelling headphones to help you fall asleep.
There are a few pieces of interesting art at IAH. Artist Ed Carpenter created a piece called "Light Wings," which is displayed in the North Concourse of Terminal A. You'll have be looking up to see the different colored glass rods which catch the light from the skylight above.
The corridor prior to Terminal B displays an intricate, nature-themed mural on its walls. Known as "Houston Bayou," the work by Dixie Friend Gay gives passersby the impression that they are walking through one of Houston's famed wetlands areas. The walls display mosaic tiled animals and foliage. Byzantine glass covers several large columns placed throughout the area. The floor is also designed to reflect the bayou colored ground consisting of grass and sand.
Another interesting piece of artwork is "Passing Through" found in Terminal A. This piece is a partial glass wall that depicts airport travelers moving through their various journeys. The etched glass is positioned outside of the hallway window, and casts interesting shadows on the floor as sunlight shines through.
If you are a member of the military, check out the USO Lounge in Terminal D. You'll have access to food, computers, a library and a TV lounge.
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen in Terminal E gives travelers a taste of southern food. The Cajun and creole inspired dishes are a nice break from the normal airport offerings. It's a little more expensive than most other options (about $23 for an entree), but most people agree it's the best place to eat at IAH. Some of the dishes you might want to check out include the Crawfish Etouffee, Seafood Gumbo, and Shrimp Fondeaux. You can top off dinner by selecting from one of the many succulent dessert plates, and ordering from the full bar.
If you want to try some of Texas's renowned Tex-Mex food, look for Pappasito's Cantina in Terminal E, near Gate 1. Once you get to this cantina style restaurant, you'll be able to choose from Tex-Mex favorites such as sizzling fajitas, home-style tamales, and chips with homemade salsa. They also have a range of special plates like the filet mignon fajitas. It's a little more expensive than the non-airport taqueria, but hearty dishes such as the chicken nachos can be shared between travelers.
Perhaps the only place you might be able to catch some shuteye is in the Interfaith Chapel located in Terminal C, by Gates 7 to 8. With a little luck, you'll be able to sleep comfortably for several hours, stretched out on the long pews. However, there is an employee access door right outside the chapel, which is constantly opening and closing. At some times the door can bang loudly, and can cause problems for light sleepers.
It is also rumored that the airport has a large supply of cots for use in major weather delays or emergencies; however, it is unclear when or how these become available.
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