The Tremont House—A Wyndham Historic Hotel
Historic Galveston is alive and well at this Victorian-era gem.
Regally historic and elegantly European, The Tremont House stands proudly in the middle of Galveston's 36-block Strand Historic District. Known as a Wyndham Grand Hotel, the luxury hotel just blocks from the Gulf shore has attracted the likes of General Sam Houston, General Ulysses S. Grant and Buffalo Bill in the earliest of its three incarnations over the decades. The latest version occupies the 1879 Leon H. Blum Building and is designed to look like the original built in 1839. The Strand Historic District is filled with ships, shops, restaurants, museums, galleries and architecturally significant buildings, some of which boast characteristics found in The Tremont House. Its 119 black-and-white guest rooms and sitting-room suites are all restored for period charm, with twelve-foot ceilings, glazed French doors, hardwood floors and period reproduction pieces such as white enamel-and-brass beds, lace curtains, large armoires and woven rugs. The baths are special treats, adorned with hand-painted Italian tiles, European towel warmers and toiletries from Bath & Body Works. Two ballrooms provide business or event space, and the fitness center sports all-new equipment. Breakfast, lunch and dinner can be enjoyed at the Tremont Cafe, which offers a pizza oven, gourmet sandwiches, Internet booths and free Wi-Fi. For drinks with a view, head to the rooftop bar.
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