Quality Inn & Suites Galveston

Address: 5924 Seawall Blvd, Galveston, Texas, 77551, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5924 Seawall Blvd, Galveston, is near Moody Gardens and Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Galveston

      Thank you Quality Inn and Suites!

      from

      Myself and my wife were very pleased with this hotel. Nice ammenities, the room had a great view and the service was a real plus. We were very happy to stay here and wholeheartedly recommend this hotel to other travelers to the Galveston area.

      Lovely New Hotel...Great Views and Service.

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      We dropped in to Galveston for a quick weekend and noticed the Quality Inn right off of 61st. Checked the rates and they were extremely reasonable for the hugh double queen room we reserved. Also, hardly hard to use the car for the weekend because of the fact that we were within walking distance to many sights and right across from the beach. Staff was friendly and helpful, too. Very loverly indeed!

      Nice Place to Stay

      from

      My wife and I decided to stay at the Quality Inn in Galveston based on reviews on this site, and because I had enough Choice Rewards points for a free two-night stay. We had an excellent trip to Galveston, and had no complaints about this hotel.

      Check-in and out were easy, the desk staff was friendly and helpful. All rooms at this hotel have a balcony with a view of the gulf-- like most hotels in Galveston, the Quality is across the street from the beach. Our room was clean and spacious, and the hotel in general was clean overall. Of course there were the occasional sand footprints in the hallway carpet, but seemed to be cleaned every day.

      The free breakfast was comparable to all others I encounter in my business travels-- Small selection of cereals, fruits, and juices. We opted to pick up breakfast to take to the beach with us each day. The pool area was located under the hotel, and always seemed to be busy with children.

      If you are coming to Galveston and want to spend lots of time at the hotel hanging out, this probably isn't the place for you. However, if you are like my wife and I and just need a clean place to lay your head after a long day in the sun at the beach that also has a nice place to sit and look at the gulf in the evenings, give the Quality Inn a try. I know we will likely stay here again, even if next time it's not for free!

      This hotel is great, no question about it!

      from

      I reviewed this site and discovered that the Quality Inn and Suites was highly recommended and on a trip to Galveston, I can see why. Staff is very nice and personable and the hotel was clean and very well kept. I saw the negative review posted here, but can assure you that it is way off base. This hotel is new and many people were staying there during our time as well. You can't let a few wall scuffs turn you off. Main service was prompt and the rooms were spacious and comfortable. If you come to Galveston, try this place out. They have a new manager, Alexander Baker and we spoke with him upon check in. He and the other folks are pros and will take care of your needs.

      Ain't nothing quality about it...

      from

      We picked this property after talking with other hotels on the island, and after reading reviews on Trip Advisor. Not only did we make reservations for our family for 3 nights in early August, we even talked 12 other members of our family to unfortunately stay at the same hotel. Our review: Very expensive for what you don't get, property is only 3 months old, and is already dirty. Hotel halls were filthy and not cleaned once during our stay. If you can find staff, they were rude or overwoked and when we asked to speak with a manager, no manager on site. When we say bad service, how about staff hanging up on phone, or no maid service at least one of the days we stayed. Guests in our party of 5 rooms had reservations for nonsmoking rms and were given smoking rms or put on smoking floors, and reservations for roll aways beds for children ignored. At check out, we and at least 3 other groups wished to lodge complaints about the hotel, but again no manager available and we were directed to call Choice Hotels 800 # who promptly stated that each hotel is indep owned and there is not much they can or are willing to do. Nice....

      There is nothing quality about this hotel, don't make it your choice....

      Nice place.. we'll be back!

      from

      This hotel and it's staff were exceptional. This was our first trip to Galveston and we enjoyed the fact that we were treated so well by everyone at the Quality Inn and Suites. I travel a lot as part of my sales position and have stayed at other hotels of the same type, but never have I been more impressed with the level of concern and care for me and my family by a hotel. We'll be back for sure!

      This is the PLACE!

      from

      For travlers looking for a great hotel on a budget without going to the cheapy places, the Quality Inn and Suites is the best bet. Great service, easy check in and the rooms are very nice. This is a new hotel located right off of 61st street and Seawall.. perfect location for families looking for a nice stay close to Moody Gardens. Also, the entire hotel offers excellent views of the Gulf from almost every room. Highly recommended!!

      Great New Hotel

      from

      My husband and I recently returned from a one night stay at this new hotel on Galveston Island. I was a bit leary, not having stayed at a Choice Hotel before, however due to the hotel being new, we decided to give it a shot.

      We stayed in a King Suite on the 4th floor and were pleasantly surprised. The decor in our room was nice, including two television sets, a mini refridgerator and a microwave in the suite. Also, a balcony overlooking the Gulf was a nice amenity.

      The lobby and pool area were very clean and nice. We did not use the pool, however it was indoor and there was also a hot tub. The hotel offers a continental breakfast featuring cereal, muffins, danishes, coffee and juice.

      Overall great location--on a nice stretch of beach in the center of everything. Great value if you get a great rate of $114.00 as we did. We will def. return soon!

      Awesome

      from

      This is an awesome hotel. We got the best deal in town I think because the hotel had just opened and the rate was $99 per night. Beautiful hotel with a great location near the restaurants and the beach.

      Coming from London, I could not believe how big the rooms were.

      We had a great view of the ocean.

      Will stay again if we come back to Houston and Galveston.

      Beautiful Brand New Beach Hotel

      from

      This hotel was just built and it is in a great spot, right across from the beach and it is central to everything. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the hotel was beautiful. Our room was large and we had a great view of the beach. We will stay here again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Galveston

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      Travel Blogs from Galveston

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      A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 06, 2015

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      Day Trip to Galveston

      A travel blog entry by davegibson on Aug 24, 2013

      5 photos

      ... back into the rooms, we went back
      down, secured the bikes for the night and had a couple of beers with the guys whilst watching a most amazing electrical storm pass within a mile of us. No rain although it was a wee bit windy but the skies glowed bright.

      It was off to bed by 22:00 for a full nights kippity kip. Time for everyone to shut their eyes now - g'night jim-bob, g'night mary-ellen!











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      Feb 12 - Checking things out

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Feb 12, 2012

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... during the 8 years it took to complete.
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