Experience The Woodlands
The Inspire Film Festival is set in the beautiful, walkable spaces around The Woodlands Waterway and Market Street.  This year we have partnered with the Westin and local restaurants to offer exclusive specials to our festival attendees. 

  • The Westin is the Official Lodging Sponsor for the Inspire Film Festival and a great place for a staycation during the festival. Situated in the heart of The Woodlands and central to all of our festival theaters, The Westin provides elegant rooms for an overnight stay to maximize your festival experience and take in all the area has to offer.  In fact, our festival kicks off at the Waterway Square Amphitheater right in front of the stunning property. If you choose to stay with The Westin, please mention the Inspire Film Festival at check-in.

Mahoney’s is the Official After Hours Destination of the Inspire Film Festival. This new dining option in Waterway Square combines majestic Irish heritage with “Texas Proud” and “Houston Strong” to offer an authentic “Texish” cuisine and live entertainment every day! Stop by in between films or after all screenings for great people, great food, live music and drinks. Receive a 10% discount with your IFF 20 pass.

Jasper’s on Market Street will offer 20% off all food throughout the five day festival when you present your IFF pass. Jasper’s is a comfortably upscale restaurant that features a menu focused on the best of America’s regional cuisine. Their gourmet backyard cuisine is a local favorite in The Woodlands.

Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Cafe is a full service restaurant in Market Street with an island-inspired menu. Stop by our box office to pick up coupons for free appetizers & desserts then head over to Tommy Bahamas right across the street to savor their chef’s eclectic, tropical fare or just unwind with one of their many delicious cocktails or signature items. Our team’s favorite is Tommy’s Coconut Shrimp.

Check out Visit The Woodlands, our official destination sponsor, for more ideas on fun things to do and places to grab a bite in-between films and festival events.