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Hotels & Lodging

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If you are planning a campus tour or visiting for parent’s weekend consider these hotels.

Hotel Galvez & Spa, A Wyndham Grand Hotel

www.hotelgalvez.com

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Hotel Galvez & Spa, A Wyndham Grand Hotel, is located on Galveston’s beachfront and offers a full-service restaurant, spa and pool as well as a historic ambiance that is exclusive to this historic hotel. Make sure to take time to visit the hotel’s Hall of History and make reservations for the award-winning Sunday Brunch.

  • 2.0 miles to UTMB
  • 5.1 miles to Texas A&M University at Galveston
  • 2.0 miles to Galveston College

Contact Info:

www.hotelgalvez.com
(409) 765-7721

The Tremont House, A Wyndham Grand Hotel

www.thetremonthouse.com

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The Tremont House, A Wyndham Grand Hotel, is the only Galveston hotel located in the heart of The Historic Strand District. The Tremont House is known for its exceptional service and sophisticated elegance as well as The Rooftop Bar (open to adults 21 and older only). The hotel is a quick drive to Texas A&M University at Galveston and the University of Texas Medical Brunch.

  • 1.6 miles to UTMB
  • 3.5 miles to Texas A&M University at Galveston
  • 2.0 miles to Galveston College

Contact Info:

www.thetremonthouse.com
(409) 773-0300

Harbor House Hotel and Marina

www.harborhousepier21.com

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Harbor House Hotel and Marina at Pier 21 is a 42-room property overlooking Galveston’s historic harbor. Pier 21 is home to two museums, multiple harbor excursions, Pier 21 Theater and four restaurants within steps of the hotel.

  • 1.3 miles to UTMB
  • 3.6 miles to Texas A&M University at Galveston
  • 2.7 miles to Galveston College

Contact Info:

www.harborhousepier21.com
(409) 763-3321

The San Luis Hotel

www.sanluisresort.com

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Discover unparalleled luxury at The San Luis Hotel, Spa & Conference Center, a 32-acre, beachfront hotel and spa resort property on beautiful Galveston Island, Texas. Recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award® since 1999, The San Luis Resort offers the perfect Galveston hotel and resort experience with 13 restaurants, breathtaking Gulf views and personalized service.

Contact Info:

www.sanluisresort.com
(409) 744-1500

The Hilton Galveston Island Resort

www.galvestonhilton.com

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Think breathtaking Gulf of Mexico views, strolls on the beach, and lazy days by the pool - cocktail in hand. Are you here yet? Hilton Galveston Island Resort offers all this and much more. What’s more, we’re just steps from the beach and within walking distance of fishing piers, shopping, great restaurants, and family entertainment.

Contact Info:

www.galvestonhilton.com
(409) 744-5000

The Holiday Inn Resort Galveston On The Beach

www.galvestonholidayinn.com

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Find your beachfront oasis at Holiday Inn Resort Galveston – On the Beach. We invite you to unwind at our stylish coastal resort on the Gulf of Mexico. Just steps from beautiful beaches, a magnificent pool and some of the finest dining along the Galveston Seawall, Holiday Inn Resort Galveston – On the Beach is your destination for complete relaxation.

  • 4.1 Miles to UTMB Galveston
  • 3.9 Miles Texas A&M Galveston
  • 1.6 Miles Galveston College

Contact Info:

www.galvestonholidayinn.com
(409) 740-5300

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Advocacy. The Business Advocacy Committee shall be charged with the primary responsibility to promote a positive and pro-active business environment in the Galveston area through the following activities:

  1. Developing and supporting local governmental action which promotes a strong business climate and job growth opportunities.
  2. Opposing local governmental action which inhibits a strong business climate and diminishes job growth opportunities.
  3. Establishing productive relationships between business interests and public officials.
  4. Providing forums to inform public officials and candidates for public office on issues impacting the business community.
  5. Providing forums to educate the membership on issues impacting the business community.
  6. Communicating official Chamber positions to the appropriate public officials prior to their action on the issue.
  7. Identifying and supporting individuals to serve on public Commissions and Boards.
  8. Endeavoring to hold public officials accountable for their actions and the resulting impact on the business community. This may be accomplished by the circulation of public official voting records to the Chamber membership on any issue on which the Chamber has communicated an official position.

Advocacy Committee meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month, in conjunction with Legislative Affairs, 8:00 am, in the Chamber Board Room.

Comite de Negocios (Spanish Businesses Committee). This committee's mission is to advocate and act as a liaison for the hispanic owned business community within the region.

The Comite de Negocios meets the 2nd Monday of every month, 8:00 am, in the Chamber Board Room.

C-Crewe. The C-Crewe’s objective is to engage professionals under forty in the Galveston business community, as well as the Chamber of Commerce.

C-Crewe meets the 2nd Friday of every month, 10:00 am, at various locations.

Doolin Maritime Career Pathways. As a committee of the Galveston Chamber of Commerce, the Doolin Maritime Pathways Crew is a coalition of educators, organizations, and businesses that promote local workforce development for the maritime industry.

The Doolin Maritime Career Pathways Committee meets the 3rd Friday of every month, 7:30 am, in the Chamber Board Room.

Education. The mission of this committee is to enhance the quality, accessibility, choice, and usefulness of education for all students, and to support the economic, social, and political viability of Galveston Island.

Education Committee meets the 1st Friday of every month, 7:30am, various locations.

Executive Committee. This committee meets the 2nd Friday of every month, 8:00 am, Chamber offices.

Golf Tournament. The Golf Tournament is a fundraiser for the Chamber.

This committee meets monthly beginning in May, with the exact scheduled to be determined at that time.

Legislative Affairs. The mission for this committee is to advocate through the Legislature for member businesses, providing a voice to not only the State, but at a National level as well.

This committee meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 8:00 am, in the Chamber Board Room.

Lemonade Day. Lemonade Day Galveston County, which is an initiative of the Galveston Regional Chamber’s Education Committee, empowers today’s youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs. Youth of all ages – from pre-K through high school, across Galveston County can register.

Lemonade Day Committee meets the 1st Friday of every month, 10:00 am, Chamber Board Room.

Membership Development. This committee is tasked with growing and retaining the membership base, through continual review of membership levels and benefits, and listening to the members, their requests, and requirements.

This committee meets the 1st Thursday of every month, 2:00 pm, Chamber offices.

Pelican Island and Galveston Channel Advocacy. This committees mission is promoting and advocating for existing and future land owners and businesses on Pelican Island and the Port of Galveston and its tenants.

This committee meets the 2nd Monday of every month, 11:30 am, at various member locations.

Women’s Conference. The mission of this committee is to give women in the region an opportunity to come together, share and learn from each other.

Women’s Conference Committee meets the 1st Thursday of every month, 3:00 pm in the Chamber Board Room.

Work Force Development. The mission of this committee is to identify skill sets that match employment opportunities in the Galveston Region.

Work Force Development Committee meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month, 9:00 am in the Chamber Board Room.

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