DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach1702 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston 3.0 out of 5.0
Offering direct access to the beach, this Galveston hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Porretto Beach and Bishop's Palace. Grand 1894 Opera House and Texas ...
Nice facility. Disappointments: 1) an expensive breakfast buffet, and 2) a $10/night parking fee + tax
Days Inn & Suites Galveston West/Seawall8712 Seawall Blvd, Galveston 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Galveston Fishing Pier, Lone Star Flight Museum, and Galveston Schlitterbahn Waterpark. Moody Gardens ...
Great price and rooms were big with ocean view but we did have to kill a cockroach or two in the room so if that's a deal breaker buyer beware.oh ya and the pool could use some cleaning . Cigarette Butts and diapers and garbage littered the pool area
The Tremont House, A Wyndham Grand Hotel2300 Ships Mechanic Row, Galveston 4.0 out of 5.0
In Galveston's Strand Historic District, this European-style hotel is within 4 blocks of the 1894 Grand Opera House and the Strand Theater. Guests can leave ...
Very friendly staff. Room was clean and comfy. Only cons are the parking and our bathtub. The bathtub had a pipe leaking water into it.....so odd. Parking is valet or street parking. Also, there is no pool, but there is a sister hotel (The Galvez) that has a pool you can use and a shuttle is provided ...
Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center7 Hope Blvd, Galveston 4.0 out of 5.0
This family-friendly Galveston Island resort is adjacent to Moody Garden Attractions and Schlitterbahn Waterpark.
Stayed at this hotel for 2 days for a gals weekend and it was awesome. The rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable. The staff was amazing!!. The happy hour was great. We will definitely be back.
Hotel Galvez & Spa, A Wyndham Grand Hotel2024 Seawall Blvd, Galveston 4.0 out of 5.0
Ever since this Galveston hotel opened in 1911, The Hotel Galvez has been known as the “Queen of the Gulf,” and rightfully so; she majestically rises from the ...
We had a great time. Everyone is so nice. The food was good. We also went to the roof bar at the Tremont house which was also fun
Hilton Galveston Island Resort5400 Seawall Blvd, Galveston 3.5 out of 5.0
Centrally located on Galveston Seawall Boulevard, this ten-story hotel is adjacent to Galveston Convention Center. The beach is just across the street.
Quiet lovely place for off-season folks who want to save money and travel safely! Convention center, beach, and several restaurants are within easy walking distance. Be sure to book an ocean-front view so you can watch the sun rise! Be sure to also check out the pool with the swim-up bar and hot ...
Red Roof Inn Galveston - Beachfront/Convention Center5914 Seawall Blvd, Galveston 2.0 out of 5.0
With direct access to the beach, this Galveston hotel is in the city center and within 3 mi (5 km) of 61st Street Fishing Pier, Moody Gardens, and Galveston ...
Close to beach with very nice view of ocean. Bad thing is the amenities were rusty and not properly maintained. Price you pay is worth the view and access to beach and 61st pier; but not the room itself.
Commodore on the Beach3618 Seawall Blvd, Galveston 2.0 out of 5.0
This hotel is across the street from the beach, about 1 mile from Galveston's Strand Historic District and 2 miles from Moody Gardens.
I've stayed at Commodore on the Beach before, and had always enjoyed my experience. This time wasn't different, either. The location is perfect. You're close to all major restaurants along the beach, as well as to the Pleasure Pier. All rooms on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors have balconies facing the ...
Baymont Inn & Suites Galveston2826 63rd St, Galveston 2.5 out of 5.0
This Galveston hotel is located near the beach, 3 miles from the cruise terminal and 0.5 mile from the Galveston Island Convention Center.
My stay was very pleasant. The rooms were clean and daily maintained. There breakfast had a good selection of both hot and cold. They offered regular and decaffeinated coffee, juice, and milk. The hotel looks like it has been remodeled.
The San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center5222 Seawall Blvd, Galveston 4.0 out of 5.0
Set on 30 acres, this trendy and family-friendly Galveston Island beachfront resort faces the Gulf of Mexico, 1 block from the convention center, and less than ...
The island is your oyster in Galveston, Texas
The Texas coastline arcs around the Gulf of Mexico like a crescent moon, and Galveston Island shines as the star that marks its northern reach. This lovely, historic city welcomes vacationers and business travelers with every amenity and a gracious touch of hospitality. Are you in love with historic architecture? Lose your heart to the magnificent Bishop's Palace. Does science spark your imagination? Prepare for launch at Moody Gardens' Discovery Pyramid. Do you crave freshly cooked seafood? Catch your own off the jetties and picnic on the beach. From shopping adventures to grand Galveston hotels, the island is a place where relaxed family beaches coexist with corporate venues.
Things to see and do
The Pleasure Pier
Discover a world of boardwalk thrills on breathtaking rides that loop and sail over the blue waters of the Gulf. Relax with Midway Games like the dancing teacups and the carousel, enjoy delicious dining and pick up a few specialty souvenirs. The Pleasure Pier packs fun into any family outing.
Adventures aboard the Seagull II start at the Texas Seaport Museum and depart for an afternoon cruise. Fair winds and gliding pelicans accompany this exceptional excursion into Galveston Bay. Be sure to salute the tall ship Elissa as you sail by.
Three stunning glass pyramids mark this magical spot, and each one encloses a special world. Explore the spheres of science, a tropical rainforest or the ocean's deepest secrets. Finish your trek with a refreshing splash at the Gardens' Palm Beach water park.
Why not revel in this lavish celebration with a sunset dance on the beach? Balcony parties, masked balls and more than two dozen parades rock the island from seashore to bayside. The locals love to party, and from bead throwing to glittering masks and costumes, you will soon find yourself swept away by this colorful event.
The Harvest Moon Regatta
Let your imagination sail to distant lands as you cheer on the elegant vessels in this annual October race. Give participants a roaring send-off amid a daylong celebration as Galveston's finest yachts conquer the Gulf and compete for sailing glory.
Dickens on the Strand
The first weekend of each December, historic properties along the Strand throw open their doors to this glorious celebration of all things Victorian. Don your finest period costume, join the festivities and immerse yourself in this most gracious period. Charles Dickens would certainly approve.
Where to stay
The Strand District
Architectural gems dating back to the 1830s line the streets of this historic five-block area within walking distance of the island's cruise ship terminal. Favorite Galveston hotels in this unique enclave include the bayside Harbor House and the venerable Tremont.
From luxury suites to economy motels, Seawall accommodations are priced for every budget. Spanning more than 10 miles, this scenic boulevard parallels the beach with walking access to surfside shopping, fresh seafood and easy pier fishing. Vibrant sunsets over the Gulf are included.
Moody Gardens Hotel Spa and Convention Center
Both families and business travelers appreciate the amenities offered at this remarkable location. The site's glass pyramids are part of an educational entertainment complex. The lush hotel grounds include conference facilities, high-tech meeting rooms and a gorgeous golf course.
Best time to visit
Have you ever dreamt about spending Christmas on an island? You don't have to splurge on an ocean cruise to enjoy 60-degree temperatures in the middle of December. Galveston's balmy climate is a year-round pleasure, and even the hottest summers enjoy Gulf breezes. Hurricane season runs from June through September, but it rarely slows down life in this little paradise.
Do you love the excitement of fellow vacationers enjoying endless sand and sunshine? Spring break brings out the party animal in young and old. If you prefer to have the beaches all to yourself, visit during the winter months, but expect a little extra company over Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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