The Boone-Powell Arch is the one of seven original Mardi Gras arches created by architects from across the country for the 1986 Mardi Gras.
The Tremont House features Galveston's only rooftop bar. Photo by Terry Vine.
The Toujouse Bar at The Tremont House hosts a Jazz Series on Friday and Saturday evenings. Photo by Terry Vine.
The Tremont House is a romantic, boutique style hotel in the heart of Galveston's historic Strand District. To celebrate romance, the hotel now offers an engagement package. Photo by Terry Vine.
The Tremont House, located in the Historic Strand District, offers a small exhibit on the hotel's heritage and owners and their role in the revitalization of Galveston's downtown.
The Tremont House offers courtesy transportation via its Escalade to nearby locations upon request.
The hotel's fitness center offers Precor treadmills, elliptical crosstrainers and other fitness equipment along with bottled water and earphones.
The Tremont House offers a small history display highlighting the history of each of the three Tremont hotels in Galveston.
The beautiful rosewood bar dates to 1888 and bears the name of Henry Toujouse the purveyor of this bar during its time at Opera House Saloon located in the basement of The Tremont Opera House at Tremont and Market Streets.
The hotel's atrium facing rooms feature French doors which can be opened so guests can enjoy the sounds of live jazz on weekends.
The atrium offers natural lighting, live palm trees, cozy seating and the 1888 Toujouse Bar.