Elegant 1BR in Midtown

Museum District, Houston

2 Person | 1 Bedroom | 1.0 Bath

At this Sonder, you'll love the chic, open-concept living area with incredible floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious private balcony, and sleek fully-equipped kitchen with modern appliances and ensuite laundry. Located in Midtown, Houston's social oasis, you're surrounded by a wide assortment of award-winning restaurants and world-class attractions.

The Space


Wifi WiFi
Television Television
Satellite or tv cable Satellite or cable
Air conditioning Air conditioning
Stocked kitchen Stocked kitchen
Fitness room or equipment Fitness room
Pool Pool
Laundry In unit laundry
Hdmi cable HDMI cable
Dishwasher Dishwasher
Microwave Microwave
Oven Oven
Stove Stove
Fridge Fridge
Coffee maker Coffee maker
Kitchen utensils Kitchen utensils
Sauna Sauna
Hot tub Hot tub
Pool table Pool table
Outdoor space Balcony
Front desk Doorman building

Bedroom Breakdown

Bedroom: 1 Queen Size Bed


This Sonder comes with a private parking space.

Free street parking nearby.

There's a paid parking lot nearby.

Drivers can find free street and paid parking options nearby, but please be mindful of street signs.


Elevators available

11th floor

Museum District

The Neighborhood

When it comes to arts and culture, more than eight million annual visitors have spoken: Houston’s charming Museum District is one of the best cultural destinations in the country. Boasting eclectic restaurants, parks and trails, and nineteen world-class cultural institutions, there's no shortage of things to see and do here. For shoppers, diners, and art lovers seeking a small town feel, the Museum District’s laid-back attitude and tree-lined streets offer a culture-filled respite from the hustle-and-bustle of Houston. Whether you spend your hours gallery-hopping, dining, or just meandering through the neighborhood, the Museum District is the perfect jumping-off point for the best Houston has to offer.

There are endless possibilities right outside your door. Looking for a bite? Head to Lucille’s for modern takes on Southern classics, or try Pondi Cafe and its Indian & Asian-inspired offerings. Then stroll the paths in Hermann Park and visit Houston Zoo, or head to the Museum District, which offers visitors an abundance of rich arts and cultural experiences. To explore the rest of the city, head over to the Almeda Rd @ Mac Gregor Way bus station just a block away.

Getting Around
Nearest Public Transportation Station https://www.google.com/maps/place/[email protected]+Almeda+Rd/@29.7148725,-95.3895681,15z/data=!4m15!1m9!2m8!1smetro!3m6!1smetro!2s5927+Almeda+Rd,+Houston,+TX+77004!3s0x8640bf9a7d054b75:0x4082d426a44094be!4m2!1d-95.3807865!2d29.7148728!3m4!1s0x0:0x1d261b2eb839824d!8m2!3d29.7137088!4d-95.3817424
Driving to Downtown 8 min
Public Transportation to Downtown 31 min