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All ninety three rooms and suites at The Lancaster combine European decor and charm with high tech amenities. Each room features voice mail and call forwarding systems, telephone, poster beds, oversized terry robes, marble wrapped bathrooms, a private in-room fax machine, CD and VCR players and a fully stocked mini bar. Bistro Lancaster is ideal for business lunch or social evening, with a maximum seating capacity of 62 guests. Along one side of the restaurant is the Bistro bar. The Lancaster provides a unique and private atmosphere for ceremony, reception, rehearsal dinner or bridal shower. Three private meeting rooms are available for dining, social events and smaller meetings accommodating from 6 to 150 guests.

Location: 701 Texas Avenue at Louisiana, Houston Texas 77002 Telephone 713-228-9500 Fax 713-223-4528

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