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1.8 miles from Cruise Port

Candelwood Suites Galveston
Candelwood Suites Galveston
808 61St Street,
Galveston, TX 77551 US

The Candlewood Suites Galveston is located a few short miles from BP Refinery, University of Texas Medical Center, the Port of Galveston, and Haliburton Oil. Business travelers will work more efficiently utilizing the executive desk with speaker phone and free high-speed Internet....More

1.9 miles from Cruise Port

Springhill Suites Galveston Island
Springhill Suites Galveston
6303 Broadway Street,
Galveston, TX 77551 US

Opening in July 2007 The Springhill Suites by Marriott hotel is moments away from Galveston's most enriched treasures like the spectacular Moody Gardens, the Historical Strand and the unique indoor-outdoor Schlitterbahn Water Park. Galveston is home port to all major cruise lines, UTMB...More

1.2 miles from Cruise Port

La Quinta Inn
La Quinta Inn
1402 Seawall Boulevard,
Galveston, TX 77550 US

The La Quinta Inn Galveston Seawall South overlooks the Gulf of Mexico on historic Galveston Island . The hotel is convenient for visitors to UTMB Medical Center and Shriner's Burn Hospital, the Island Convention Center and the Cruise Terminals . The guest can enjoy Fishing Charters, the Strand Historic District, ...More

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About the Port of Galveston

Galveston, Texas is a lovely city that sits on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The port of Galveston is the official port of the city, and it has existed since October of 1825. Throughout the late 1800s until 1900's Galveston hurricane, the port was actually thought to be the second-busiest port in the nation after the port of New York City. Galveston's port was able to recover after the hurricane, however, and it still operates today as one of the most important ports in the country.

The Port of Galveston, Galveston, TX is a major basis for the region's economy thanks to its ability to offer docking for large ships that help with various importing and exporting operations. It is also an important recreational destination for residents and visitors to the city. There are several popular cruise lines that service the port, making it a prime destination for those who enjoy water voyages. People interested in cruises that bring them to the lovely Caribbean Sea can use the Port of Galveston to embark on five or seven day cruises. Additionally, the port is located close to a number of terrific restaurants and attractions for the whole family.

The Port of Galveston offers a wide array of activities and attractions, and even though many people are brought to the port to go on Caribbean cruises, there is much to do and see for those who prefer to stay on land. Simply visiting the port to watch people and look at the various, massive ships can be exciting. Additionally, the weather in the port region is generally beautiful, regardless of the season. For these reasons and more, travelers are urged to spend time at the Port of Galveston when they visit the Gulf Coast of Texas.