Roughly seven miles from downtown Houston lies the William P. Hobby Airport that has been serving the area since 1927. For a very long time, it was the largest commercial airport in the state and it still records over 14 million passengers annually. This means that if you plan to fly from Houston, then parking may be a bit of a battle. There are only so many spots for so many people, and space comes at a premium.
As with most airports, Hobby Airport has gone through a number of different changes in name over time, even at one point being named after the infamous Howard Hughes. The airport still gets a huge volume of traffic every year which makes Houston Hobby Airport parking a frustrating experience, unless you decide to go with ParkFellows. We are here to make airport parking a simple and enjoyable process, instead of a headache.
William P. Hobby Airport offers three different types of parking, with varying prices and services. You can go longer terms at a very economical rate, or choose the pricier and more pampered valet service if you are so inclined. Regardless of what you need, the team here at ParkFellows is going to make your Hobby parking experience a good one.
If you are in need of long-term parking or are looking to save money, then park and ride options are going to be your best choice. Two of the lots are located within walking distance, with another being off-site. Houston Hobby parking does not have to be complicated, just use ParkFellows.
HOU parking does not just consist of long-term lots where you park for a day or more, some passengers just need a spot for a small amount of time. The park and walk options are great for short-term visits, and there are two different garages for self-parking.
For those travelers who want a little bit more luxury to start their vacation, the valet service offers a nice touch to get you started in style. When you arrive at Houston Hobby Airport, follow the valet signs to the HOU Red Garage. Valet parking is available on the second level of the garage.