Blossom Lodge Houston Set to Debut in Late Summer time
- The only luxury hotel adjacent to the Texas Medical Center will provide travelers and the local community with a place of discovery and renewal.
- Blossom Hotel Houston offers local residents more than 150 jobs.
- The Blossom Hotel team showed their dedication to the community during a devastating winter storm that year, repairing broken pipes and helping at least 120 families with the full cost.
“Despite the challenging past 18 months, at Blossom Hotel Houston we are unwavering in our commitment to invigorating the local economy and making a positive impact on the community as a whole,” said Pete Shim, general manager of Blossom Hotel Houston. “It is important to us to provide employment to residents with more than 150 jobs and to provide a new place for the locals to meet and celebrate with their loved ones.”
The Blossom Hotel Houston recently demonstrated its commitment to the local community during the devastating winter storm earlier this year. The hotel team, led by owner Charlie Wang, helped staff and community members by using Wang’s construction company to fix broken pipes, helping at least 120 families with the full cost that Wang personally bore. This community spirit will continue into the future with plans to enrich Houston through various charitable and social contributions.
The Blossom Hotel Houston helps guests discover what makes Houston a truly special and unique place to visit. From its central location near the NRG Stadium, the popular museum district, shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, the new hotel welcomes its guests to discover the exciting sights of the area and to indulge in luxurious amenities and first-class hospitality and fine dining. It’s also the only luxury boutique hotel near the world’s largest medical center, offering guests an upscale hospitality experience while attending appointments and treatments.
A nod to Houston’s nickname Space City, the hotel features a moon-inspired design with a minimalist style, color palettes, and serene environments found throughout the property. The hotel’s meeting rooms also have moon-inspired names that indicate the property’s connection to local aerospace history and its international appeal.