Why Galveston Deserves Another Visit…For most Galveston visitors, warmer weather is synonymous with spending time at the beach. Directly in front of Hotel Galvez, you'll see beaches that are now widened to about 150 feet adding more space for beach goers to enjoy.
- New Beaches - Galveston has completed a $19.5 million beach nourishment project from 12th to 61st Streets. It's time to get some sand between your toes.
- Trolleys Return - Four rubber-wheel trolleys are on the Seawall and downtown. Rides are free this summer. Trolleys run from 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. There are pickup locations on 19th and 21st Streets.
- Moody Gardens Aquarium - Moody Gardens completed a $37 million renovation on its Aquarium Pyramid offering new exhibits including jellyfish and tropical penguins.
- Fireworks Galore - Enjoy fireworks Friday and Saturday during Moody Gardens' Band on the Sand. Then "Stay and Play" on Sunday with another fireworks show from 37th and Seawall at 9 p.m.
- Historic Downtown - Galveston's downtown is welcoming new shops and restaurants on a regular basis. Look for new boutiques and restaurants.
- Best in Texas - Galveston Island was named one of The South's "Best Islands" by Southern Living Magazine.
What to DoThere's always plenty to keep you entertained during a visit. Below are some popular travel tips:
Wyndham Breakfast Package
- Deluxe accommodations for two at the historic Hotel Galvez & Spa
- Breakfast Buffet for two each morning
- Rates from $149