The Best Western in Sugar Land is rather conveniently located near US 59 and Texas 99. It is tucked behind a shopping center, so it is convenient to a grocery store, Dollar Tree, Walgreens, and a few restaurants.
The hotel rooms are pretty typical, although more on the smaller size than some of the roomier Best Western rooms I have stayed in before. There really is not much space in the room between the beds and other furniture, which was very odd because we were in a room equipped with a button for handicapped (we did not need an accessible room, though) and it was not any roomier than regular rooms.
The rooms are fine other than somewhat cramped. There is a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker, and television. However, the television was somewhat disappointing in that the channels did not match the list by the television and the cartoon channel was dead.
The Best Western Sugar Land has an okay free breakfast. It is kind of cool to have a Texas shaped waffle, but the rest of the breakfast is a little disappointing. Main things missing were bagels and cream cheese. They do have some interesting things to microwave for breakfast, such as a breakfast pizza and egg thing, but they all had meat in them and I do not eat meat.
Overall it is not too bad of a free breakfast, especially since they had oatmeal and several flavors of yogurt, but it was sad that only one of the four days we were there they had bananas. Most of the mornings it was just sad looking apples. Bananas are so cheap there is no reason they should not have them available every day.
Monday through Thursday they have a decent free Happy Hour, but it is annoying that the Happy Hour is not on Friday through Sunday when the room rates are usually significantly more expensive. It would really make staying at the more expensive weekend rate not as much of a rip off if they at least had a shortened Happy Hour on those days. Stinks that on the weekends you get less for your money.
The hotel has a nice swimming pool and spa, although they heat it a little too much and it is not exactly refreshing. On the other hand they also do not heat the spa enough. Kind of sad that the pool is almost as hot as the spa and the spa is not even 100. It is really cool to see the colorful lights in the pool at night, but unfortunately the pool closes at 9pm not long after it got dark and the lights could be enjoyed. It would be nice if they kept it open until at least 10pm.
Overall I enjoyed my stay at the Best Western Sugar Land, but they have some room for improvement. It is mainly that they have features that just are not fully thought out for the customers enjoyment. The staff was overall quite friendly.