Venue

Hotel Zaza

5701 Main St
Houston, TX 77005

Call to get discounted conference rate
+1 (713) 526-1991
+1 (888) 880-3244

Use reference: ASAI – 2017 Annual Conference Room Block

  • $219 USD
  • Free wifi
  • $15.00 per car, per day and overnight valet parking at $30.00 per car, per day

Our ASAI home base in Houston will be at the Hotel Zaza, located in the heart of the city’s Museum District and directly adjacent to the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. It will be a short walk to Rice University, home to one of the country’s leading architecture schools.

Hotel ZaZa Houston is an unexpected feast for the senses. Introducing business and leisure travelers to a larger than life experience, this unique choice in Houston boutique hotels boasts a collection of exquisite guestrooms and suites, including Pool Villas, Concept Suites and The Magnificent Seven Suites, award-wining dining at Monarch Bistro and a relaxing day spa onsite.

An unforgettable destination for meetings, weddings and other special events, Hotel ZaZa Houston boasts 22,000 square feet of function space and an extraordinary location near some of the best shopping, art galleries and museums in Texas. Escape to a haven influenced by faraway lands at the premier choice among boutique hotels in Houston and reinvent your concept of the luxury hotel experience.

About Houston

For those who have never ventured to Houston (or Texas for that matter), here are some facts to help acquaint you…

  • Houston is America’s fourth largest city, trailing New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
  • According to several studies, it is also America’s youngest city, as well as its most ethnically and culturally diverse.
  • Diversity is a contributing factor to Houston’s bustling restaurant scene, with accessible options from every ethnicity saturating the city.
  • The Trust for Public Land ranked Houston first among the nation’s 10 most populous cities in total acreage of parkland and third in park acreage per capita.
  • Houston’s Museum District is home to 20 world-class museums and institutions, all within walking distance from one another. Similarly, it’s Theater District houses resident professional companies in all four areas of performing arts: ballet, opera, symphony and theater.
  • The Texas Medical Center, located a short distance from the Houston Museum District, is the largest medical complex in the world. The first heart transplant was performed in Houston, and Life Flight was also founded in Houston.
  • Dubbed the Energy Capital of the World, Houston is home to 5000 energy-related firms. It also houses NASA’s Johnson Space Center, spurring its nickname, “Space City.”
  • Houston’s vibrant architectural community prizes buildings designed by architects such as M. Pei, César Pelli and Philip Johnson.