I had a great time at MillionAir in Houston. Perfect service with a great environment. The only reason i will not go again for the next 4 years is that i can be 21 and own an airplane but I am not old enough to drive the crew cars which put hold in my trip. For anyone 25 and over, this is definately an FBO you want to see.
Diverted to Hobby after giving up on my primary destination which was covered up by a convective sigmet and a number of severe cells. With no notice at all, I arrived at MillionAir at 9pm local --- in not the best of moods. The only reason I picked them is because they were on the west side of the field and I thought that would give me the easiest path into town and be the easiest to find coming back (I was right about that...takes exactly 3 turns from MillionAir to downtown) I walked in and Cheyenne and Courtney immediately went to work trying to find a hotel for me downtown. Not an easy task as the first five they called were booked solid. They got me a room at the Inn at the Ball Park and even got me upgraded to a suite. Great hotel by the way. They had a rental car for me and I was on my way in less than thirty minutes. Other FBO's at Hobby may win awards, but Cheyenne and Courtney won my highest praise. The facility was top notch. My plane was fueled and ready to go when they said it would be the next day. When storms shut down Hobby for two hours, I was happy to taxi back and enjoy the hospitality. I'll be back.