The hotel was nice, staff very friendly and helpful. Housekeeping seemed to have some issues. Didn't leave enough soap, didn't leave more towels after cleaning the room, pillows very flat. Breakfast was very continental, not much to choose from. But, we would stay there again.
Traveller from Austin, TX
The newly renovated Americas Best Value Inn and Suites of Texas City is located only 12 miles from beautiful Galveston/ Texas …More
We wound up at we this hotel because the hotel rooms that were in Galveston that were In our price range were all full. what a great thing that turned out to be we got way more for our money and it was a terrific hotel.
Traveller from arlington tx
This Texas City hotel is one-half mile from the Gulf Greyhound Park. The Texas City Dike fishing pier is 9 miles away. Rooms …More
Never have my husband and I had such a relaxing place to stay with a staff that was so accommodating. We needed an accessible room and it was just that. Roomy, wide, with a bathroom we wanted to take home with us. A roll in shower and under the sink was open to allow me to get to the sink. It was also large enough for 2 people at one time. The indoor pool even had a lift and I was able to get in the pool. The free breakfast was great! Everything you want to get you going for the day. We can't say enough good things about the staff. Candy,Kimmie, and Roberto, were always kind and did what you asked always with a smile and a positive attitude. And as soon as you asked, they did the task immediately. Wesley and Kesley were the managers and were always eager to help with anything. We would definitely stay there again. The only downside for us was the height of the bed. As a paraplegic it was hard for me to transfer to the bed. But once in the bed, it was so comfortable and the sheets and comforter were clean. The room was cleaned every day. It was so fresh when we returned from our day out.
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.