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Within walking distance of many Galveston, Texas attractions, The Tremont House, a Wyndham Grand Hotel, occupies a former warehouse from 1879 that blends the best of yesterday and today to create absolutely timeless comfort. The original Tremont House opened in 1839 and for years it was the largest and finest hotel in the Republic of Texas. Famous guests included Sam Houston, Ulysses S. Grant, Clara Barton, and Buffalo Bill. The second Tremont Hotel which opened in 1872 and attracted dignitaries from around the world was demolished in 1928. The legendary hotel rose again in 1985 when George and the late Cynthia Mitchell transformed the Leon and H. Blum Building into the third incarnation of The Tremont House.
Guests of this entirely non-smoking Galveston property will have access to a wealth of amenities. Keep in shape at the hotel's fitness center, which boasts all new equipment. Take advantage of the swimming pool and full-service spa at the nearby Hotel Galvez, the sister property of The Tremont House. Savor superb meals at the onsite Tremont Café, sip a signature Mango Mojito at the trendy Toujouse Bar or experience spectacular views from the Rooftop Bar.
All of the 119 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites have been restored to offer stunning period charm. Tremont Suites boast a parlor, bedroom, one bathroom, and are a commanding 800 square feet. In the parlor you'll find a sleeper sofa, dining table, and a 42-inch LCD TV. The bedroom has one king-size bed and its own 42-inch TV. At about 850 square feet, each Belmont Suite features a parlor, bedroom, plus one and a half bathrooms. The parlor has a dining area, wet bar and 42-inch LCD TV. In the oversized bedroom, you'll find a king-size bed and a second 42-inch TV. For those guests with allergies, the ClearAir Rooms and ClearAir Suites both utilize the PURE system that includes mattress and pillow encasements that eliminate dust and allergens, a state-of-the-art air purification system, and specially treated surfaces. Additional guestroom extras range from 12-foot ceilings and hardwood floors to 100% cotton linens by the House of Anchini and Gilchrest & Soames bath amenities.
Those planning a Galveston, Texas business meeting or social event, such as a wedding or family reunion, will discover expansive, customizable event space highlighted by two spectacular ballrooms.
There is so much to see and do in Galveston, Texas. Stroll along the Strand District, which is comprised of 36 blocks of shops, restaurants, and art establishments. Soak up lots of history at Texas Seaport Museum, home to the 1877 Tall Ship Elissa, and the Lone Star Flight Museum. Catch a show or concert at The Grand 1894 Opera House.