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The Galveston center point is around 1 mile northeast of Moody Gardens/IMAX and 1 mile northeast of Lone Star Flight Museum.

Welcome to Galveston, a historic island city on the coast of Texas. Whether you're looking to stay in the heart of the action or you're craving a laid-back seaside getaway, Galveston offers a variety of hotels to meet every need and budget. More from this guide...

"This small community hosts a plethora of activities"
Author: , a Hotel Planner from , reviewed on 01-Nov-2013
Score of City:
4.0 / 5

Galveston Island is located south of Houston, Tx and is only accessible by a cause way. Galveston is only one mile across, at its widest point. This small community hosts a plethora of activities such as the Rain forest Pyramid and Aquarium at Moody Gardens Hotel. There is plenty of beach to enjoy, and lot's of great seafood. Make sure to stop by the world famous Gaido's Restaurant on Seawall Blvd.

Galveston Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

Candlewood Suites 808 61st St., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Inexpensive property
Moody Gardens Hotel Spa & Convention Center Seven Hope Blvd., Galveston, TX 77554
  • High end Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 30 meeting rooms
  • Great room
  • Spring break clean
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
Super 8 Motel
2825 1 / 2 B 61st. St., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Low Cost Beach property
  • Free breakfast
  • No outside area
  • Bathroom is relatively clean
Beachcomber Inn in Galveston
2825 61st St., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Two star Beach property
  • 96 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Rooms could be larger
  • Sink and floor were both dirty
Hampton Inn & Suites Galveston
6431 Central City Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Midscale Beach property
  • 104 rooms in hotel
  • Breakfast is good
  • Most guests appreciated the closeness to the beach
Quality Inn & Suites
5924 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Three Star Beach hotel
  • Hotel has 91 rooms
  • Most guests thought the view was good
  • Breakfast was delicious
Inn at the Waterpark - Galveston
2525 Jones Dr., Galveston, TX 77554
  • Inexpensive Suburban property
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Fantastic service
  • Beds need improvement
Average 3.5 /5Reviews Call
Red Roof Inn Galveston Beachfront / Convention Cen - Galveston 5914 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Inexpensive Beach property
  • Check-in time: 4:00
Hilton Galveston Island : 5400 Seawall Blvd.
5400 Seawall Blvd., Galeston, TX 77551 ~1.65 miles southeast of Galveston
  • Midscale Beach property
  • Hotel has 239 rooms
  • Looking forward to the breakfast buffet
  • Almost all guests complained about the bathroom
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score Call
Baymont Inn & Suites - Galveston 2826 63rd St., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Affordable Beach hotel
  • Hotel has 3 floors
  • Slow internet
  • Every guests reviewed didn't like the management
Casa Del Mar Beachfront Suites - Galveston
6102 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Three Star Beach hotel
  • Airport shuttle provided
  • Fantastic service
  • For only 64%, the noise level was all right
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
San Luis Resort Spa Conference Center in Galveston 5222 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • 4-star Beach property
  • Check in: 4:00pm
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Holiday Inn Resort on the Beach : 5002 Seawall Blvd. 5002 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • 3-star Beach hotel
  • 4 meeting rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews Call
The Victorian Condo Hotel
6300 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • 2-star Beach property
  • Access to gym on-site
  • Nice pool
  • The majority of guests said rooms were small
Commodore on the Beach : 3618 Seawall Blvd. 3618 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77550
  • Low Cost Beach property
  • 92 rooms in hotel
  • Staff was friendly
  • Furniture needs more attention
Motel 6 Galveston #343 : 7404 Ave. J
7404 Ave. J, Galveston, TX 77554
  • 2 star Airport hotel
  • Check-in: 3:00pm
  • Relatively high internet cost
  • Bathroom could be bigger
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Galveston West 8628 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77554
  • Mid-scale hotel
  • Close to the beach with easily accessible parking
  • Popular among families
Comfort Suites 3606 89th St., Galveston, TX 77554
  • 2-star Beach hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • All guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Accessible parking
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
The Tremont House a Wyndham Historic Hotel 2300 Ship's Mechanic Row, Galveston, TX 77550
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has a green policy Learn more
  • Wonderful sightseeing
  • Awesome vibe
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews Call
Four Points by Sheraton 2300 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77550
  • Midscale Beach hotel
  • Gym is available on property
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
  • Terrible amenities
Harbor House at Pier 21 : At Pier 21 # 28 At Pier 21 # 28, Galveston, TX 77550
  • 3-star hotel
  • Modern style
  • Most guests liked the proximity to shopping
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Courtyard by Marriott Galveston Island in Galveston 9550 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77554
  • Mid-scale Beach property
  • Hotel has 85 rooms
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
Hotel Galvez & Spa / The Tremont House 2024 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77550
  • Expensive Oceanfront property
  • 224 rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
Doubletree by Hilton Galveston Beach in Galveston 1702 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77550
  • High end Resort hotel
  • 5 floors in hotel
Galveston Beach Hotel 1702 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551
  • Three Star Resort property
  • 97 rooms in property
  • Excellent location
  • Great reception
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score Call
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Part of the Houston metropolitan area, Galveston is a great place to visit. The city itself is on Pelican Island and Galveston Island, and it once served as the main Texas Navy port during the Texas Revolution. The city's first settlements, though, were constructed in 1816 by a French pirate. Galveston would become a major commercial hub during the 19th century before being devastated by the Great Galveston Hurricane in 1900. It would take years to recover, but the city soon emerged as a family-oriented tourist destination.

Today the city boasts more than 60 structures on the National Register of Historic Places, which are spread out among Galveston's six historic districts. With so much historical significance, Galveston thrives on modern tourism. You can find museums and nature-based attractions throughout the city, and the Port of Galveston serves as a passenger cruise ship terminal for Carnival Cruise Line. Whether you're visiting Galveston to gear up for a Caribbean cruise or you're hoping to explore the city itself, it's important to find the right hotel that allows you to enjoy everything Galveston has to offer.

When to Visit Galveston, Texas

With its balmy climate, Galveston knows how to draw beach-going crowds. Summer temperatures are between temperate and subtropical, so expect summer and spring break to be the most popular times to visit. This is also when hotel rates are at their highest. Weekends are especially crowded during the summer when Houston residents and other nearby Texans head down for a weekend getaway. If you do plan to brave the summertime crowds, you'll be rewarded with perfect beach weather and a variety of outdoor events, including a sandcastle competition, the Independence Day parade and fireworks show, a craft beer festival, and much more.

To enjoy warm weather without the excessive heat, visit in early spring or late fall. Spring brings festival such as the popular Galveston Birding and Nature Photo Festival, which takes place in mid-April before peak season hotel prices kick in. Spring is also the prime time to go horseback riding on the beach, flyboarding over the bay, or sailing beyond the Galveston causeway. Other than winter and spring break, spring brings the most affordable room prices.

Winter temperatures are pleasant, but they're not warm enough for swimming. You could, however, check out Schlitterbahn's heated indoor water park, the Galveston Railroad Museum, and the annual Galveston Holiday Lighting Celebration at Hotel Galvez and Spa. If you're looking to take advantage of Galveston's low winter rates, though, avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Galveston, TX:

seasonality of hotel rates in Galveston

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts displaying average nightly cost trends by star rating class in Galveston, TX. Analyze these illustrations to calculate the best time period to stay in Galveston for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Galveston, Texas

4 Star Average Prices: $199.37

If you're looking for luxury hotels in Galveston, you can choose from several. The San Luis Hotel, Spa and Conference Center is on 30 acres of pristine property across the street from the beach. The hotel's upscale rooms feature coffeemakers, free Wi-Fi, private balconies, flat-screen televisions, free continental breakfast, an on-site spa and salon, fitness room, and an outdoor pool with water slide. There are also five on-site dining options, including an upscale steakhouse.

The Hilton Galveston Island Resort is also set on the 30-acre San Luis Resort, giving you even more upscale options. Rooms are classic yet contemporary with custom-designed beds and private balconies. If you choose to upgrade to a suite, you'll even enjoy a separate living space. One of the most unique amenities that comes with this hotel is the tropical-style outdoor pool with swim-up bar.

Hotel Galvez and Spa is another great luxury option. This elegant 1911 historic beachfront hotel offers upscale rooms with iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, and rainfall shower heads. There's even an on-site seafood restaurant and lounge, not to mention a swim-up bar, poolside grill, and heated outdoor saltwater pool.

Other luxury accommodations in Galveston include Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa, Golf Course, and Convention Center, The Tremont House, and Victorian Condo Hotel Resort.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Galveston

Affordable Hotel Options in Galveston, Texas

3 Star Average Prices: $114.92

Finding an affordable place to stay in Galveston is easier than you might think. Beachcomber Inn Galveston is a simple budget motel offering straightforward rooms, an outdoor pool, complimentary continental breakfast, and coin-operated laundry facilities within easy driving distance of the Galveston cruise terminal and Scholes International Airport.

Motel 6 Galveston just off Interstate 45 also offers a coin laundry and year-round outdoor pool, but its location is more convenient to Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark.

The Knights Inn Galveston is a low-rise that's a seven-minute walk from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier. Offering simple furnishings, free Wi-Fi, and the chance for parents to take advantage of the kids-17-and-under-stay-free policy, this is one budget motel worth booking.

If you prefer an affordable accommodation on the beach, check out Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Galveston Beach. This laid-back two-star hotel overlooks the Gulf and features suites with whirlpools. Guests can also enjoy a hot breakfast buffet, indoor pool, 24-hour business center, and fitness room.

Other budget-friendly hotel options in Galveston include Red Roof Inn Galveston – Beachfront/Convention Center, Super 8 Galveston, and Howard Johnson Express Inn – Galveston, Texas.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Galveston

2 Star Average Prices: $127.58

2 Star Hotel Prices in Galveston

Where are the real discounts in Galveston

If you know where you want to stay, you can take advantage of money-saving discounts from your favorite hotels. For instance, The San Luis Resort frequently offers packages and resort specials, including romantic getaway packages and the popular Stay More, Save More discount.

AAA members, seniors, military families, and large groups can also snag discounted rates at certain hotels, which range from the upscale Moody Gardens to budget chain brands like Super 8 – Galveston. There are also frequent traveler perks to consider. Being a Wyndham hotel, The Tremont House allows you to use or accumulate Wyndham Rewards during your stay. A number of local hotels also offer Park and Sail packages for cruise ship passengers needing to leave their cars behind while they cruise the Caribbean.

Best Value Options in Galveston, Texas

Galveston offers many mid-range hotels designed to give you the most bang for your buck. The Holiday Inn Club Vacations Galveston Beach Resort is a three-star beachfront option offering modern rooms with balconies, ocean or pool views, high-pressure shower heads, DVD players, kitchenettes, and free Wi-Fi. Kids 19 and under also stay free, and upgrading to a suite ensures you get a full kitchen.

Holiday Inn Resort Galveston – On The Beach is just a seven-minute drive from Moody Gardens amusement park and features an on-site restaurant serving seafood and steaks. There's an outdoor pool, business center, tennis courts, and video game arcade to appeal to a range of guests.

SpringHill Suites Galveston Island is a roadside all-suite accommodation near the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier. The modern hotel offers iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, premium cable channels, separate living areas, and kitchenettes. Free amenities include parking, continental breakfast, a fitness room, indoor pool, hot tub, and business center.

Other mid-range options that won't break the bank include DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Galveston Beach, Hampton Inn & Suites Galveston, and Courtyard Galveston Island. No matter where you choose to stay, it's nice to know you're never far from the beach.

Insider Tips for Visiting Galveston, Texas

Make the most of your trip to Galveston by experiencing the city like a local. Galveston features a lot of bustling life in a small amount of space, so it's smart to know the highlights. Most visitors tend to crowd the Strand, which is the cruise port area, and Seawall Boulevard, which offers an array of bars, restaurants, and hotels. If you're a history buff, be sure to tour the historic Strand District.

As for food, you can't beat a meal at Olympia the Grill at Pier 21. This is a prime restaurant not only for its delicious eats, but also the chance to spot pelicans and dolphins in Galveston Bay. Other great eateries include Benno's on the Beach, The Spot, and DiBella's. For amazing nighttime views, head to The Rooftop Bar on top of The Tremont House.

Galveston is riddled with big box stores and kitschy swim shops, so you might feel underwhelmed by your lack of choices if you're here for a shopping excursion. Thankfully, Galveston does harbor some unique boutiques and off-the-tourist-path shops that are must-sees. Head to The Witchery downtown for special jewelry and gifts, The Style Co. on 14th for women's clothing and accessories, or the ultra-cool Tangerine Boutique downtown to discover unique designer brands.

Also, while you'll probably visit the Historic Pleasure Pier more than once during your stay, your best bet is to enjoy it from the Seawall rather than pay the fee to walk the boardwalk.

When planning your trip to Galveston, be sure to explore your options. Decide on your must-see attractions in advance, and take advantage of hotel specials and discounts. Whether you're looking for a budget-friendly option or a sophisticated luxury experience, Galveston aims to please.

Verified reviews of the city of Galveston

Below are reviews of the city of Galveston, TX from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Gorgeous Area"
Score 5.0 / 5

Clean and beautiful

Lucille Pope., from 21-Aug-2016
"Great Group Trip"
Score 5.0 / 5

Our students really enjoyed Moody Gardens and playing on the beach with a cookout in the evening. We visited the state park and found it a nice place for our group to be able to play.

Shirley J., from 08-May-2015
"Great Town"
Score 4.0 / 5

The water was beautiful.

Shanette S., from 10-Oct-2014
"Galveston is awesome."
Score 5.0 / 5

Galveston was awesome. The opportunities for great food, water activities, and historical learning were wonderful. The smell was bad due to seasonal seaweed on the shore, so don't visit in Late June for optimal pleasure.

Indy W., from 01-Jul-2014
"Perpetual Spring Break"
Score 5.0 / 5

The vibe is spring break everyday. A great place for a breath of fresh air.

Christian L H., from 22-Jun-2014
"Seawall Boulevard Dining Recommendations"
Score 4.0 / 5

The Spot on Seawall Blvd. is a nice place for shrimp or fish poor boys, burgers, and drinks. Gaido's on Seawall Blvd. for seafood.

Robert R., from 16-Jun-2014
"Strand Street"
Score 4.0 / 5

Outstanding, our 6th time on the Island. Strand St. downtown is a great place to hang out.

Harry B., from 10-May-2014
"Beach Town"
Score 5.0 / 5

The beach atmosphere. Galveston is lively and has great restaurants. There is always something to do, even if it is just walking on the beach.

Faye V., from 09-Apr-2014
"Freezing but good!"
Score 4.0 / 5

Honestly, the weather is freezing cold and rainy so we didn't really get to do much except eat and drive around to see the ships and the water. But, we have been here several times before and have always enjoyed the area very much!

Karen P., from 23-Nov-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Galveston, TX shown above is 4.5 out of 5 based on 10 reviews
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