As soon as I opened the door, I was greeted by the smell of a heavily fragranced, deodorized room. At least it didn't smell musty and moldy. My bed was comfortable. One of the bathroom towels did not look like it had been replaced since the last person stayed. It wasn't used or anything, it just had lint on it from the overhead vent.
Overall, I felt safe. The room temperature was comfortable. Not too humid like many coastal hotels are.
The man who checked me in was very friendly and efficient!
The location of this hotel is perfect. The hotel is only 13 miles from Galveston and literally $300 cheaper. No, it's not a resort, but the room was super clean and the staff was very professional. Texas city is growing and has everything you need close for food, etc. I couldn't find anything wrong with my room and I'm a clean freak. Everything smelt fresh and sanitized. I even checked for dust in the weirdest places and didn't find dust. Each room even has a small kitchen.
Overall this is an awesome hotel to stay a day or a week when visiting Galveston and it doesn't break the bank either.
The beds were very comfortable with goose down pillows. The room was spacious and clean. The breakfast had sausage, waffles, cereal, muffins, yogurt, hard boiled eggs and juice. It was excellent! I would highly recommend this hotel.
Texas City’s tallest structures illuminate the night sky along Galveston Bay, but they’re not glittering condos or office towers. The Texas City Industrial Complex is one of the nation’s largest oil refining centers. The refineries are a source of pride and petrodollars for the community and region at large. Texas City is among the last mainland stops on the route to Galveston Island. Nearby, the 5-mile Texas City Dike is a haven for fishers.