The conference will take place at the new Marriott Marquis Houston located in the heart of the city, next to Discovery Green Park and Minute Maid Ballpark, home of the Astros. This premier location is within walking distance to a wide variety of restaurants, upscale shopping, and nightlife. The hotel offers 6 restaurants and bars, a full service spa and fitness center, infinity pool, and a one of a kind Texas-shaped rooftop lazy river.
Guest rooms are available for BOMA conference attendees at the special discounted rate of $239/night. Click on the reservation link below to reserve a room at the BOMA rate:
Marriott Marquis Houston
1777 Walker Street | Houston, TX 77010
BOMA room rates: $239/night, single or double occupancy, $259/night, triple or quad
Click here to make a reservation.
BOMA Housing Policy
To ensure that hotel rooms are available to all registered attendees, BOMA reserves the right to cancel hotel reservations booked by non-registrants under BOMA's hotel room block in order to accommodate registered attendees. The cut-off date to receive the BOMA room rate is April 9, 2018 or when the room block is sold out, whichever occurs first.
Two main airports, Bush Intercontinental to the North of Downtown and Hobby to the South, connect Houston to over 120 domestic and 72 international non-stop destinations.
William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
Hobby Airport is located 11 miles south of Downtown Houston and offers various transport options. Taxi cab fare from HOU to downtown is approximately $35. Click here to view all ground transportation options available at Houston Hobby Airport.
Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
Bush Intercontinental is located 20 miles north of Downtown Houston. Taxi cab fare from IAH to downtown is approximately $52. Click here to view all ground transportation opitons available at Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Maps & Driving Directions
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Dining in Houston
With more than 10,000 restaurants, representing cuisine from more than 70 countries and American regions, Houston's restaurant scene is as ethnically diverse as its more than 6-million residents. Click here for Houston restaurant information.
Things to See and Do
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There is never a dull moment when it comes to Houston's nightlife scene. Whether you're looking for high-energy dance clubs or Texas Honky Tonks, action-packed sports clubs or low-key wine bars, there's something for every taste. Click here to view the nightlife scene.