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Travel News: Valet Parking Now Available at Hobby Airport

December 4, 2012 10:31 am by:
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Valet Customers have access to car wash services and online reservations

William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) now offers valet parking that allows customers to drive into a reception area located in the terminal garage, drop off their keys and catch their flight. Customers must provide return flight information at check-in to ensure that their vehicle will be waiting for them at the reception area as soon as they return to HOU. For faster service, customers can use the online reservation system to reserve their spot.

Until January 7, 2013, valet parking is $20 a day and comes with a free USA Today newspaper and free bottle of water. After January 7, 2013, valet parking is $25 a day and continues to come with a free USA Today newspaper and free bottle of water. All vehicles using the valet service will be in covered parking.

Valet parking customers may also use SUDS Valet Car Care services. SUDS offers a portable car wash and cleans vehicles a few hours before customers return to Houston. There are four packages to choose that range from a regular car wash to full detailing that start at $30. For more information on SUDS, visit www.fly2houston.com/SUDSHOUValet.

For more information on valet parking at both George Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports, contact Anthony Shipp at visit www.fly2houston.com/HOUValetParking.

For more information on the Houston Airport System, visit www.fly2houston.com.

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