Ramada Limited Galveston

2300 Seawall Blvd., I-45 South Between 23 & 24 Street, Galveston, Texas, 77550-7940, United States
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Excellent
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Very Good
32%
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Average
24%
54
Poor
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  • Families61
  • Couples63
  • Solo60
  • Business30

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Forum Posts

Galveston Cruise Ship Pier

by Hummingbirds

Are there Hotels near the Cruise Ship Pier ? If so does anyone know the names? Also how far is the Airport from the pier?

Re: Galveston Cruise Ship Pier

by mccalpin

1. The cruise terminals are close to the west end of the Strand - see the map at http://www.portofgalveston.com/cruiseinformation/termmap.pdf

2. While most hotels are on the Gulf side of the island (the Strand and cruise port are on the back side), the Tremont Hotel is about 2 blocks from cruise terminal #1 and not much farther to terminal #2 (i.e., a short walk). See http://www.wyndham.com/hotels/GLSTH/main.wnt (yes, this is a Wyndham property). The only complaint I ever heard about the Tremont was that it was air conditioned too much...this really isn't a big problem as problems go ;-)
There may be other hotels and B&Bs on the back side, but I am not familiar with them. Do a search for 'hotel', 'galveston', and 'strand'.

3. There is no commercial airport in Galveston, just a general aviation airport. The nearest commercial airport is Hobby Airport in Houston, about 45 miles to the north up Interstate 45.

Bill

Re: Galveston Cruise Ship Pier

by Robin922

I've cruised out of there several times, and use the Commodore Hotel. Family owned, very friendly staff, on the water, and they will take you to the ship and pick you back up when you return if you wish!

The only thing is we drive down, however if you give them a call, I bet they would arrange transportation from the airport in Houston.

http://www.commodoreonthebeach.com/

Have fun!

Travel Tips for Galveston

The Historic Strand District

by msbrandysue

The Galveston Strand is a very famous area. It has more restored Victorian houses than any other town in the United States. Many of the houses are available for tour throughout the year. They are even decorated nicely for Christmas.

While shopping in the Strand you will see many historical markers. Don't pass these up!

Also, you can take the Strand trolley around to view many of the more famous homes.

If you enjoy that kind of traveling I know you will love touring houses such as Bishop's Palace.

While you're in the area don't forget the fun shopping and sidewalk cafes. Or, try one of the other railroad or history museums.

A Step Up

by VeronicaG

Occasionally we found steps such as these on our exploration of Galveston's side streets. They were to assist people in climbing into their carriages. Nice solution to a common problem!

We also noticed a two step model as we wandered the streets. I thought it was nice that these remnants from the early days of transportation still existed.

The Point Boliver Ferry. It...

by american_tourister

The Point Boliver Ferry. It is owned by the Highway Department and is free of charge. It will carry you and your vehicle across the ship channel from the North end of the island to the mainland. It is a neat ride as you get to see ocean going ships and the like.

Simple Seafood on the Harbor

by H-TownJourneyman about Landry's Oyster Bar

Landry's Oyster Bar, located on Pier 21 overlooking the harbor of the Port of Galveston, offers some basic seafood meals along with some nice views. Part of the huge chain of Landry's Restaurants, Inc., the establishment has nothing that really stands out, other than having a great outdoor patio area that looks out over the harbor. The food is decent, items such as poboy sandwiches, gumbo, and of course oysters, are served up here. Orders are placed at the counter, and when your meal is ready you go and pick it up, and seat yourself. Definately sit outside on the patio if it is not blazing hot, as it's pleasant to watch the ships and boats pass by as the breeze wafts through. There are better places to get seafood on the island, but for a simple, quick bite to eat, Landry's Oyster Bar is not bad. Turkey Poboy sandwich. The Poboys here are not the best, but they are fresh.

Galveston Island Shore

by keeweechic

Galveston Island puts itself in the same popularity category as Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Daytona Beach for their successful beach nourishment project. They have added as much as 150 feet of sand to the width of the beaches on a stretch from 10th St to 61st St along Seawall Blvd which now gives unlimited areas for beach enthusiasts to enjoy.
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 Ramada Limited Galveston

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Address: 2300 Seawall Blvd., I-45 South Between 23 & 24 Street, Galveston, Texas, 77550-7940, United States