Baymont Inn & Suites Galveston
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... wonder at what point this road will cease to exist and Bolivar Peninsula will be cut off? or will it? The Intercoastal canal runs parallel to the highway and the ocean so time will tell.
Past the famous lighthouse of the Bolivar Peninsula. It dates back to the time of the1900 storm that killed 4000 people on the island of Galveston. According to some sources the water came ...
... hurricane floorings.
The Islands are connected by a free ferry that runs 24/7, and one from Galveston Island to the mainland too. We took advantage of them, saved us miles, avoided Houston and was a quick hop into Louisiana still traveling the TX Bird Trail. We saw lots of migratory birds, eagles, hawks, Cara Cara, a raptor native to TX and a variety of cranes: sand hill and whooping grazing in fields along side cows.
... is. There are few permanent walls, and this night as it
is cool, they are hanging heavy plastic off of the roof to help keep in the
warmth provided by the throngs of people and the stand up propane heaters.
There is a band playing and everyone is having a ball.
big thing at Lulu’s is her apparel mostly designed for women.
the Lucy Be Goode line, and the Crazy Sista line. Check it out at Lulubuffett.com
... of chemical plants all along the waterfront as I drove over. I thought it epitomized the area well. Maybe next time I will grab a photo. The neighborhood where Marty lives seems really nice, bigger and more populated. Parts of it reminded me of Chicago. Again I thought to myself, why don't I live somewhere like this?...I wonder if the air smells like sulfur most mornings for them too, or if the water ...
Well, today is our last day here in Galveston. Tomorrow we will head for San Antonio. Gil & Lois have been there since Saturday, so they will know the lay of the land already.
It was kind of weird being here in Galveston right after them. Originally we had planned to head to San Antonio after New Orleans, but then we decided we should do Galveston too and, since we had already booked New ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Baymont Inn & Suites Galveston
Fabulous and at a great price
I was in Galveston for a conference at Moody Gardens, which was sold out. So I booked the Tremont House for 95.00, based on reviews from tripadvisor. And it was nice, pretty, elegant, but claustrophobic (I could barely see out my tiny windows) and costly (esp when I added on 10.00 a day for parking, plus tip). So as I drove from there to Moody Gardens each day I looked around to see what else was on the way. Baymont was, it was new, and I was able to get a room for 56.00 with a balcony and free parking! Sure, I had to crane my neck to see the ocean, but I got a new clean quiet room with fridge and microwave, free parking and free breakfast. And the front desk staff were very friendly. I should've stayed there the whole time.
We paid $99 + tax during the week of spring break - that's a pretty good price for a room with two king beds. (Note: "oversized room" means it's on the ground floor, and has no balcony) Location is good,
My family stayed there after locating it on Galveston.com. Basically because of it being less than one year old and the rates were introductory (lower). $99 for a 2 queen bed room w/balcony. Check in was easy, hotel was clean and accessable.
We didn't experience any of the problems some other reviewers did. Found the room to be clean and of a good size. No problems getting breakfast, though it was January and I can imagine a different story in peak season. Liked that they had a PC you could use for free, though no printer. Also, thought it a bit odd that they were painting the lobby one day, being a new place. Also noted one elevator never ran during our stay.
Nice Place-Nice Price
We stayed here one night before our cruise. Very nice shape. Hot tub and pool were not working- it was too cold for a swim though. Nice continental breakfast-waffle maker and lots of other things.
One man came down at 6 a.m and was irate that hie shower plug was missing. He was screaming at the front desk that he wanted a refund. The man behind the desk (Tyrell) calmly handled the situation. Very good job.
It's new and quiet and clean and near the ocean. we paid $65 thru the hotel. Great value.
This is your basic hotel that is within easy walking distance to the beach. (See picture) I didn't eat breakfast at the hotel so I can not comment about the complaints stated in other reviews. You definitely need a vehicle. It's clean, new and close to the beach. We got a better price directly from the hotel website than any of the usual booking sites.
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To err is human
Just returned from a 3 day post cruise experience at the Baymont Inn & Suites located on the Seawall at Galveston. While we agree this is a New Hotel we found that the Front Desk expertise was much to be desired. Local area knowledge very poor and unhelpfull. Spacious room but the balcony very small. The 9 table 4 chair breakfast room unable to cope with 40 guests let alone a complement of some 300+ suites. Unacustomed to standing in line sequence for toast at the single 4 slice toaster which just happened to be the main feature on the sparse breakfast menu. Own transport a definate must for guests staying at this hotel.
This hotel is very nice. We stayed overnight for the Labor day holiday and although we thought the price was a little high it is a brand new property and everybody was taken care of.
We spent two nights the week after the hotel opened. The staff was very pleasant and this was the fastest we have ever checked into a hotel. We booked on Galveston and they had the best rate ($99 for 2 king beds). I was a little disappointed that there were no hairdryers in the room, but since we were subjected to the beach wind when out and about, it really did not matter. The beds and pillows were comfortable. They have a microwave and fridge in each room. The breakfast area is very small and it did seem like everyone wanted waffles, so we ate out one of the mornings because there was a line for waffles and no empty tables. They were still finalizing the landscaping. The pool is very small, but we prefer the beach or Moody Gardens' Palm beach anyway so we never used the hotel's pool. It was also odd that the Soda machine was broken with this being a brand new hotel. The comfort of the room made up for the "bugs" of being new. We enjoyed this much more than other Galveston Hotels we have stayed at.