Comfort Inn & Suites Stewart Beach Galveston

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

102 E Seawall Blvd (Frmrly Holiday Inn Express Hotel Galveston Beachfront), Galveston, Texas, US
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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by kimmitt

Would it be safe for me and my 7 year old son to go to the beach. First time to Texas well at least galveston. Or is there anything to really worry about

Re: Crime

by bocmaxima

During the day, you'll be absolutely fine. Even in the evenings, during the warmer months, there are people around, so you also have little to worry about. Walking back through town may be concerning at night, but there's typically plenty of parking at the beaches and along the seawall.
Keep in mind also that East Beach is the sort of "party beach" because it's the only one that allows alcohol. Stewart Beach is more family-oriented that way, but is also much more crowded. For a little more isolation, you have to head much further west, maybe to one of the pocket parks.

Re: Crime

by ATXtraveler

Stewart Beach is a wonderful place for families, so I would recommend being as close as possible. Eat at Gaido's at least one time, and make sure to stop in for lunch at OceanOso's while visiting. Hope you have a great time!

Re: Crime

by nomorewars

I've been living in the Houston area for the last five years. And during this time frame, I have made numerous trips to Galveston with my family (two small children). We have yet to encounter a problem. You & your son will be fine. During the summer months the police are out & about in full force. And during the days in which the city hosts special events (like concerts), extra police personnel from around the area are brought in to help out. Have fun!!!

Re: Crime

by fun2sun

Crime happens at night after 11p.m. and not targeted toward tourist. Don't walk the beach late at night - just a precaution - it could be perfectly safe, but it is a tourist town. Look up events in town before you book your stay. Several event weekends are purely for getting intoxicated with plenty of police to keep you safe. It just would not be any fun for you to get around the Island and see the sights and food. The third weekend in April is an unofficial event that takes over the Island. I would hide inside my home and not leave. The police brought in national guard and extra police for this event that is not advertised. The reason - they don't book any rooms - and if they do they trash them - a national fraternity hook up event with stand still traffic for two days. I lived there for 20 years and managed a hotel for 14 years - we would not rent to anyone that weekend because of the damage was higher then any income we received. 22 gallons of trash just from the grounds after one evening....not the next day or evening - unreal

Two lower income housing areas in Galveston - and they have gangs each. The bloods and the cribs. They don't mess with tourist and all hotels and areas are not in the area of the housing projects.

Travel Tips for Galveston

A great place to start your...

by SeaJ1877

A great place to start your visit is Pier 21. There you will find The Texas Seaport Museum. There you can learn about Galvestons seaborne legacy and walk the decks and explore the Tall Ship Elissa. You can also check out the immagration data base.

Also you will find the Pier 21 theater which features 'The Great Storm' which is about the deadliest natural disaster that devastated Galveston island in 1900.

The other feature film is 'The Pirate Island of Jean Laffite.

You will also find places to eat and shop along pier 21. There is also a Boat tour located here although I have never taken that tour. Yet. Hard to say what I miss the most when away from Galveston. I think I would have to say the Tall Elissa. I could spend all day on board.

Mardi Gras, G-Town style

by H-TownJourneyman

Many cities in the U.S., as well as the world, have Carnaval celebrations in mid-February to early March leading up to the Catholic observance of Lent. Galveston's version may not have the long tradition that other cities such as New Orleans or Rio de Janeiro have, but year-by-year I must say it has been getting much bigger & better, with more attention being paid to it and more participants. The festivities go on for 2 consecutive weekends before Ash Wednesday in and around the Strand district, with lots of entertainment available. Several parades are put on each day, complete with an endless supply of beads being thrown at festivalgoers. There are many street vendors selling beer, food & souvenirs, and many live concerts and shows are put on. Generally during the first weekend of the Mardi Gras celebration, there is no charge for entering. But in recent years there has been a charge for admittance on the second weekend, and it can be up to $20. In the past Mardi Gras Galveston was basically a festival for Galvestonians & Houstonians, but it has began to draw people from many other parts of the country, and the world for that matter! Beer, beads, and plenty of entertainment! What a great excuse to have a party!!! :)

Battleship Texas BB-35

by keeweechic

In 1948 the Battleship Texas became the first battle battleship memorial museum in the United States. It was then presented to the State of Texas on the anniversary of Texas Independence. In 1983 it was placed under the care of the Texas parks and Wildlife and permanently anchored on the Buffalo Bayou and Houston Ship Channel.

The Texas earned 5 battlestars for her service in World War II and also participated in the Invasion of North Africa in 1942 and the Invasion of Iwo Jima in 1945

3527 Battleground Road, La Porte

Mosquito Cafe

by reba1 about Mosquito Cafe

Zagat review:
It's 'worth seeking' this 'out-of-the-way' 'jewel' of an Eclectic American housed in a 'hip, cute' renovated building in Galveston's Historic District; on an Island fusty with fried fish, its 'inventive', 'healthy food prepared with inspiration' is a 'pleasant' 'breath of fresh air' 'for vegetarians' and meat eaters alike.

Galveston Island offers...

by Kodi01

Galveston Island offers something for everyone! Spend the day at a sun-filled beach, venture into a tropical rain forest, experience life on an offshore rig or take a trip into the future in space. Galveston Island offers a wide variety of activities for every age and is a great place to spend a Sunday afternoon or weekend.


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 Comfort Inn & Suites Stewart Beach Galveston

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Address: 102 E Seawall Blvd (Frmrly Holiday Inn Express Hotel Galveston Beachfront), Galveston, Texas, US