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Conveniently situated on I-45, adjacent to Conroe, Spring, and The Woodlands, Shenandoah provides a great value for those looking for a place to stay in the North Houston area. It also has a lot to offer for a city of its size—home to five shopping centers, several family-friendly entertainment venues, more than fifty restaurants, and 12 quality hotels (including new Aloft, EVEN, and Hyatt House hotels that opened in 2021), Shenandoah’s great amenities provide visitors with a variety of options when considering things to see and do, whether you’re looking for an afternoon excursion, weekend getaway, or extended stay.

In Shenandoah, shopping choices abound, and foodies will appreciate the breadth of the city’s dining scene. Restaurateurs provide a variety of cuisines, dining experiences, and price points, whether you’re looking for something quick and casual, or a more sophisticated, fine dining adventure you might enjoy at Killen’s Steakhouse, with two-time, James Beard semifinalist, Ronnie Killen. Entertainment options include a state-of-the-art AMC cineplex, Dave & Buster’s, Main Event, and an Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park. Outdoor enthusiasts can connect with nature as they explore the W.G. Jones State Forest or George Mitchell Nature Preserve, just minutes away.

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