Magnolia Hotel (Houston)

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Magnolia Hotel Houston
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General information
Location 1100 Texas Avenue
Houston, Texas
Coordinates 29°45′32″N 95°21′41″W / 29.7589°N 95.3614°W / 29.7589; -95.3614Coordinates: 29°45′32″N 95°21′41″W / 29.7589°N 95.3614°W / 29.7589; -95.3614
Opening 2003
Owner Magnolia Hotels
Height 99.1 m (325 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 22
Design and construction
Architect Sanguient, Staats, Hendrick & Gottlieb
Mitchell Carlson Stone, Inc.
Guy Thornton Design
Other information
Number of rooms 314
Number of restaurants 1
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The Magnolia Hotel Houston is a hotel located at 1100 Texas Avenue, in downtown Houston, Texas. It was the tallest building in Houston from 1926 to 1927. The building once served as headquarters for the Shell Oil Company, and later home to The Houston Post-Dispatch.

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