Yeah and Houston does not have city zoning laws the way other cities do. Real estate prices are definitely cheap for a city its size. One issue is crime as the city does have lots. I was mostly just wondering if anyone else had gone through the thought process more than I. I know the city fairly well from a tourist's perspective, but not from hostel management perspective.
Houston has a few hostels, but they do not have a hostel feel to them. Just people trying to supplement their income by renting out a room with a shitty bed. Since houston is mostly a family town and not much of a destination town it will make getting customers more dificult, but not impossible.
A location in the Montrose district in one of the older houses would work well. I think, or in the Arts district. You, could get a competitve edge by offering rides from the Airport's. There are alot of things to do in Houston, and im sure with the right set up, you could do well. Feel free to contact me @ [email][email protected][/email] .
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