Seascape Resort Beachfront Condos - $84GrouponUpdated Oct 20, 2022
Why we like this deal:
Condos that are right on the beach, where you can enjoy Galveston's stretch of the Gulf of Mexico all starting at $84 a night!
What You Get
- Stay for two in a one-bedroom condo, two-bedroom Grand Cayman beachfront suite, or two-bedroom gulf-view suite
- Kids 17 or younger stay free
Hotel at a Glance: Seascape Resort Beachfront Condos
The Seascape Resort Beachfront Condos are right on the beach, giving direct access to Galveston's stretch of the Gulf of Mexico. On one side of the resort, ocean waters welcome kayakers and parasailers; on the other, golf courses and shops dot the island.
- Included with this deal: One chef's choice appetizer or dessert of the day per table per stay valid at Landry's Seafood House, Willie G's, Fisherman's Wharf, Fish Tales, or Rainforest Café and choice of one-day use of two beach chairs or one boogie board per stay
- Splash around in the outdoor pool
- Condo amenities include full kitchens, private balconies, and TVs.
- Steps from the beach are a heated pool and two hot tubs with a sun deck.
About Galveston, Texas: Exotic Animals, Water Parks, and Victorian Mansions on the Gulf of Mexico
Galveston occupies a barrier island roughly a half-hour drive from Houston. Its gulf beaches are bathed in sunlight more than 200 days of the year. Though Galveston’s climate is almost tropical, penguins waddle into chilly waters at the city’s most famous attraction, Moody Gardens. Nearby, saki monkeys roam a rainforest habitat, stingrays glide through a 1.5-million-gallon aquarium, and snow falls on moviegoers' noses in a 4D theater. Another popular attraction is Schlitterbahn Waterpark, where you can zoom down water slides and sip drinks at a swim-up bar.
Step back in time with a visit to downtown Galveston's Strand Historic District. Here, classic cars and horse-drawn carriages roll down streets lined with old-fashioned street lamps and elaborate Victorian mansions. These brick behemoths now house art galleries, antique stores, and shops selling homemade ice cream and handcrafted jewelry.