The coastal town of Galveston has a lot to offer. We’ve curated a list of the city’s unique, historic, and locally-owned lodgings to help you make the most of your trip.
2024 Seawall Blvd., Galveston
The eight-story stucco exterior looks much the same as it did when it opened in 1911, but the interiors, including the guest rooms, the spa, lobby bar, dining area, and sun-dappled sitting areas, have been redesigned with modern relaxation in mind.
2300 Ship Mechanic Row St., Galveston
This boutique-style hotel offers such amenities as a rooftop bar and onsite restaurant and is just a short walk away from the attractions of downtown Galveston.
1914 Avenue M, Galveston
This Victorian-style bed and breakfast offers a peek into Galveston’s past with gorgeous rooms and cottages.
1607 Avenue L, Galveston
A survivor of the 1900 hurricane, this bed and breakfast sits near the beach and offers a comfortable stay.
2323 Avenue O, Galveston
This bed and breakfast sits four blocks from the beach and Pleasure Pier and is decorated with beautiful antique furniture.