Owner was very helpful and quickly responded to all communication needs. The condo was in perfect, updated condition. All simple amenities included such as fridge with ice/water, microwave, stove/oven, dishwasher, shower (good water pressure), blow dryer and clean sheets and towels. No beach/pool ...
Dec 23 - Dec 24
Well preserved old hotel in the middle of all the action. Great place to stay
Dec 22 - Dec 23
Its an old building so it has great character and style
Jan 6 - Jan 7
It was clean and just what was wanted. Had a great view of the beah. Close to places to eat.
Dec 22 - Dec 23
Breakfast was great and pool was just right- will come back
Dec 26 - Dec 27
Labor Weekend In Galveston TX, due to last minute change of plans. When to the beach and 9:45 PM to the Hotel. Thought dead tired hotel good or bad will do no difference. My Family were Greatly Surprise the Hotel Room was very clean, the floor and the bathroom really nice; towels extremely clean, ...
Dec 16 - Dec 17
Location was good. Hotel across from beach. Kroger and Walmart near by. Hotel elevator hot and slow. Breakfast could be better.
Galveston in Texas might completely make you fall in love with Texas. This coastal island town has an interesting history and is a great destination for travelers of all types. If you plan on visiting with your pet you will many things to do where they can be included in the fun too. They even hold a dog surfing competition every year!
If you are someone that enjoys sharing a good meal with your pup by your side, then these Galveston restaurants should top your list. One of the most obvious places to eat is to have a picnic on the beach. Galveston has over thirty miles of pet-friendly beaches. Stewart Beach and East Beach are two examples to consider. Alternatively, takeout your food to eat by the seaside or pop into a grocery store to pack your own beach lunch. Just remember to keep dogs on a leash when you are on the beach and pick up after them.
Galveston also has several sights to see that are great to combine with eating out. The Texas Seaport Museum and the Galveston Island Railroad Museum are must-see's on your museum list. Other highlights are the Grand 1894 Opera House and Bishop's Palace.
Many restaurants with outdoor seating are happy to have your dog join you on the patio. Yaga’s Cafe and Mosquito Cafe are a few examples of such restaurants. If you brought your own or have rented a car, Sea Isle Marina, about fifteen minutes from Galveston is home to the West End Restaurant, which provides pet-friendly seating in its downstairs. If you are thinking of bringing your pet along, it is helpful to call ahead and ask their policy before showing up.