Hotels With Discounted Hurricane Harvey Evacuation Rates

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Disasters bring out the best and worst in individuals and businesses, and I’m sure the Texas coast’s tussle with Hurricane Harvey this weekend will be no exception. Many, like us, have had to cancel planned travel due to the storm, so some hotels that thought they would be playing host to a crop of late summer travelers instead probably saw some of those leisure travelers cancel their plans as the storm drew near.

At the same time, many areas in Texas are under mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders as the Weather Channel’s homepage sums up the situation quite nicely for those near where the storm will make landfall today. In all honesty what it probably means is “Hope You Already Got Out”. Even if you don’t live where flooding is a life threatening situation, being without power for days or potentially weeks in Texas in late August is not pleasant. I know my parents north of Houston had no power for 11 days after Hurricane Ike in 2008, and I don’t personally want to repeat that situation with little kids.

Given all of that, I love that many Texas hotels are using their lower leisure occupancy rates to slash rates for those impacted by Harvey, as opposed to jacking up rates to take advantage of more desperate travelers who are seeking higher ground and stronger buildings.

This is just a sampling of the hotels that are offering discounted Harvey evacuation rates, but please feel free to leave further examples in the comments section. If you need a room I would book sooner rather than later as many places are already full and others will follow.


Hotel Derek has special evacuation rates of $99, available Friday through Monday, plus waived pet fee for up to two animals.

Use the promo code STORMY at to claim this offer.

Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton Inn Cypress Station

Lowered rates for distressed travelers. If you need to evacuate, stay safe with us for rates as low as $89 with free breakfast for everyone. Call us today or visit us online. We also have lowered rates at our sister hotel right next door, the Hampton Inn & Suites Houston Cypress Station.

San Antonio

Wyndham Garden Riverwalk

Anyone in South Texas whom is traveling to San Antonio due to Harvey can access a $99 evacuation rate available at the Wyndham Garden Riverwalk. Please call for reservations

Omni La Mansion del Rio is offering an Emergency Evacuation Rate for all individuals who are seeking shelter in San Antonio. Proof of residency will be requested upon check-in to ensure we can accommodate those in need. Click the link below to book for $109

La Cantera Resort and Spa $119 per night for those impacted by Harvey, proof of residency is required.

Menger Hotel

Call for hurricane rates that include parking 210-223-4361.

Stay safe, y’all!


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  1. […] And if you have travel planned to coastal Texas next week, I’d highly recommend rescheduling if you can — even if the airports are functional on Monday/Tuesday, many of these cities are going to be stressed by the demands of the storm, and it will take time to recover. Areas of Corpus Christi may “potentially be uninhabitable for weeks or months.” And Texans who need to evacuate their homes could use those hotel rooms too. […]


  1. Love the waived pet fee at Hotel Derek. Sometimes those fees can be as much (or more) as the room rate. And if it were me, I would not leave my girl behind! Hope everyone gets out of there and stays safe!

  2. It’s nice to see these hotels showing compassion, and doing the right thing in a difficult situation for people. I applaud them and hope others businesses will do the same. Their rewards from doing this will only gain them “good karma”. Love the waived pet fee as well, which says a lot!

  3. Need low weekly rate for this storm. Flood could be horrible and need FEMA soon. Hundreds of hotels needed for some -homes for others. Help your fellow Texans that need lodging and food. Not vacation but distress. They could loose their homes. Keep them safe and sound.

    • How can I help for relocating someone to Louisiana, have extra bedroom, lots of good jobs between NOLA and B.R. I’m in area code 70763 . Craig 225-206-1469

    • Well I don’t know how well you can really get around Houston right now, but the Hotel Derek still has $99 rooms and take up to two pets with no fee, too.

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