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All George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport Parking Lots...

Park 'N Fly

Park 'N Fly

Excellent (344 Reviews)

Located on JFK Blvd! * Shuttles run every 3-5 minutes * Luggage Assistance * Free Water * 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!

Review on Jun 17, 2019
"Great experience with all with a minor issue trying to find the shuttle bus. This was my first time..." Read More "Great experience with all with a minor issue trying to find the shuttle bus. This was my first time flying into George Bush International and it took me about 5 to 10 minutes to locate the bus. The airport could really be helpful to improve their signs. Thanks for a great experience using your service. Booking ahead online was great and I plan to use your service again." Read Less

Ramada Houston Intercontinental Airport South

Ramada Houston Intercontinental Airport South

(545 Reviews)

If you are looking for an accessible parking lot on the way to the Houston Intercontinental Airport, Ramada South is a top choice. Located along the JFK Boulevard, this parking lot is easy to find. 

The spacious parking lot offers outdoor parking, with a very convenient and affordable self-service option. And even better, it is barely 3.8 miles away from the airport terminals. 

The facility is open for 19 hours a day, between 5:00 AM and 12:00 AM, on weekdays as well as weekends. 

A free shuttle facility is also available for all customers, operating at a frequency of about two shuttles per hour. 

Cheap and affordable rates are what draws the travelers to this facility, according to our customers.


5:00am to 11:00pm leaves EVERY 30 Mins

Review on Jun 18, 2019
"Convenient parking lot. Very spacious. Only one drawback, both my cars had lots of bird's droppings...." Read More "Convenient parking lot. Very spacious. Only one drawback, both my cars had lots of bird's droppings. And this fact is understandable. Lot is completely open, exposed to open air from three sides." Read Less

Comfort Suites Bush Intercontinental Airport

Comfort Suites Bush Intercontinental Airport

Great (47 Reviews)

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.

Review on Apr 11, 2019
"This was an excellent parking experience. The shuttle wait time was longer than at the pay lots, bu..." Read More "This was an excellent parking experience. The shuttle wait time was longer than at the pay lots, but the price was better. Would recommend!" Read Less

The Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Houston Intercontinental Air

The Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Houston Intercontinental Air

Good (15 Reviews)

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.

Review on Jun 5, 2015
"Our shuttle driver only spoke Spanish, which was odd but since I speak Spanish too it worked out. Wa..." Read More "Our shuttle driver only spoke Spanish, which was odd but since I speak Spanish too it worked out. Wait times were okay - good for the price!" Read Less

Cheap IAH Airport Parking

Cheap IAH Airport Parking

(13 Reviews)

From the parking lot to the airport, Shuttle buses runs every 30 minutes on the hour and half hour. Return shuttle is on demand meaning Cheap IAH Airport Parking is just a phone call away from picking you up.

Review on Sep 15, 2018
"Attendance was great and very friendly."

PreFlight Airport Parking

PreFlight Airport Parking

Excellent (2030 Reviews)

If you want a parking lot with covered parking spots available near the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, PreFlight should rank high on your list. This highly rated parking lot is located 3.8 miles away from the airport, at 3100 Greens Road. 

The services are available 24/7, and they offer free shuttle rides to the airport terminal every 7 minutes or so. 

The parking lot has both indoor parking areas as well as a larger, more spacious outdoor area for its customers. 

The standard self-service option ensures that you can have your car safely stowed away with the minimum of fuss. 

The facility is also handicap friendly, with a feature packed modern car wash available on request. 

Security is guaranteed by an array of CCTV cameras and a robust perimeter security fence. 

The staff also provide free luggage assistance, along with free USA Today newspapers.


FREE transportation to & from the airport is provided on shuttle buses.

Review on Jun 21, 2019
"Use this one!!!"

Red Roof Inn

Red Roof Inn

Good (435 Reviews)

Complimentary shuttle service every 30 minutes from 5AM to midnight.

Review on Jun 21, 2019
"The driver was older, I think he maybe hard of hearing, he was very upset when we left; we returned ..." Read More "The driver was older, I think he maybe hard of hearing, he was very upset when we left; we returned to the same attitude when we came back. Otherwise, everything else was pleasant. The parking lot was easy to locate close to the freeway, seem very secure. I’ll definitely return." Read Less

Park Sleep Fly Hotels Near IAH Airport With Parking Packages

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Ramada Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport South

Ramada Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport South

Good (11 Reviews)
Long Drive? Early flight? This package is perfect for you! | Package Deal: Hotel Stay with Airport Parking Included
Sleep and Park Here
Special Package Offer

Greetings from the Ramada Houston IAH South located within 1 mile of the Bush Intercontinental Airport. This newly remodeled hotel features a full service bar and deli and will make you feel right at home during your stay. The atmosphere creates an experience that will make your stay memorable and relaxing. The Ramada Houston IAH South wants to make sure your experience is full of great memories and will make sure that your stay is everything you desire. The hotel is conveniently located in close proximity to many familiar businesses and great attractions such as Baker Hughes, BJ Services, General Electric, and Exxon-Mobile. The hotel features a 900 square foot meeting room, 24 hour business center, and the only hotel that features 37 inch LCT TV's with over 150 HD Channels. The hotel also features a fitness center, outdoor pool and beautiful Jacuzzi. Free WI-FI provided during your stay so that you can stay connected. Free continental breakfast bar also provided. Pets accepted, 100 USD deposit, Pets must be under 30 pounds. Rollaway charge - 10 USD per night.

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Red Lion Hotel Houston Intercontinental Airport

Red Lion Hotel Houston Intercontinental Airport

Excellent (49 Reviews)
Long Drive? Early flight? This package is perfect for you! | Package Deal: Hotel Stay with Airport Parking Included
Sleep and Park Here
Special Package Offer

Located only 8 miles from George Bush Intercontinental Airport, the Red Lion Hotel Houston Intercontinental Airport offers convenience and comfort perfect for relaxing travel. Guest rooms feature 32" flat-screen televisions, free WiFi, adjoining rooms available, coffeemaker with complimentary coffee, mini-refrigerator, and microwave. Hotel guests can take advantage of several amenities including free WiFi, outdoor pool, on-site restaurant/bar, and Business Center. Nearby attractions include Greenspoint Mall, Doss Park, Movie Tavern, Tour 18 Golf Course and the Houston Grand Prix. For a comfortable stay, look no further than the Red Lion Hotel Houston Intercontinental Airport.

IAH Airport Guide:

George Bush Intercontinental Airport, 2800 N Terminal Rd, Houston, TX 77032, www.fly2houston.com

A Texas-Sized Airport

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. 

Things You'll Appreciate About 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 is also tech friendly because there are numerous charging stations throughout the terminals. Samsung-branded stations are free, while Rapid Charger machines charge a nominal fee. 

Where IAH Will Disappoint You

This is one of the airports where the domestic side runs as a smoothly-oiled machine, but the international terminal is the opposite. International arrivals routinely suffer from long wait times. Upon arriving, it becomes apparent that customs are 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-canceling headphones to help you fall asleep. 

Options for Passing the Time

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 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. 

Find Some Texas Style Grub

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 dishes you might want to check out include the Crawfish Etouffee, Seafood Gumbo, and Shrimp Fondeaux. You can top off dinner with 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. 

An Insider Tip

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 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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