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Texas Gulf Coast

The Lone Star State’s languid stretch of 600 miles of coastline could arguably be one of the most distinctive meetings destinations in the country. Where else can you spot thousands of magnificent birds, unwind to some zydeco music, visit two Chinatowns ...

Do your homework before booking a spa day

A good day at the spa can be magically restorative. But a bad one can leave you tied up in knots. Galveston County is home to plenty of day spas, offering everything from private treatments to pampering parties and a vast menu of services and ...

Texas Cruise to Key West

We call ‘em Texas Cruises. The two Carnival ships, the Carnival Conquest and the Carnival Ecstasy, sail out of Galveston to great locations in the Eastern and Western Caribberan. We like to call those cruises a Texas Cruise. It’s kinda right in our ...

Meet Big in Texas

Texas is as big as the sky is wide, it seems, with its own brand of pride and hospitality carved and shaped by its rugged 173-year frontier history.

America's Spookiest Inns and Hotels on The Early Show

Peter Greenberg sat down with The Early Show’s Chris Wragge to share some of the country’s most haunted hotels. From the Fairmont Vancouver’s “Lady in Red” to the spookiest spots in Louisiana, he’s got the inside scoop on America’s “dead and breakfasts.”

Galveston, Texas - The Indomitable Island

Galveston is one of those destinations where there really is something for everyone. I happen to love those parts of America where the culture was shaped by other nationalities like the Dutch in New York or the French in New Orleans. In Galveston you can ...
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Media Contact for Commercial Properties:
Catherine Healy
(409) 761-4102


Media Contact for Hotels:
Christine Hopkins
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