Nestled in the heart of Galveston Island's Strand Historic District is The Tremont House, an affordable, elegant European-style hotel that begs for discovery. Sparkling like a precious stone amidst Galveston's famous collection of Victorian architecture, The Tremont House offers a delightful blend of 19th century charm, 20th century sophistication, with exemplary service and luxury that have made it a strong favorite among island visitors.
The Tremont House is located in the 1879 Leon & H.Blum Building in the heart of historic downtown Galveston. The hotel's restored lobby and Toujouse Bar area will continue to reflect a European-style hotel decorated in black, white, grey and green palettes, featuring new JANUS et Cie furniture, new Calacatta marble and an expanded front desk to serve guests. The historic Toujouse Bar, dates back to the 1870's.
The hallmark of The Tremont House is the elegant and gracious hospitality which is apparent at every turn, from the sun-dappled, four-story atrium lobby with its imposing Toujouse Bar, to the handsome meeting facilities and elegant ballrooms.
The hotel includes the Tremont Café, which features Starbucks coffee, pastries, a pizza oven, gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups and desserts. The Café serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as provide items for room service. The café also features 42-inch plasma televisions, Internet booths, complimentary Wi-Fi and printing capabilities.
And The Rooftop Bar offers a relaxing retreat to watch the sunset and ships from around the world dock at Galveston's port.
Outside, scores of shops, galleries, restaurants, and historic attractions, within a few minutes' walk of the hotel, invite exploration. And, for a delightful ride down 19th century streets and boulevards to the water's edge, just hop aboard the Galveston Island track trolley that stops at the front door.
Sample the grace and heritage of a bygone era at The Tremont House in Galveston's historic district. Today.
The Tremont House, nestled in the center of Galveston's brilliant Strand Historic District is the prime location for weddings ranging in size from 10 to 600. Flawlessly restored to the unique character, architecture and sophistication of Victorian Galveston heritage, the Tremont House is within walking distance to countless shops, restaurants and historic attractions. The Davidson Ballroom offers a masterpiece of Victorian design and is graced by the beauty of crystal chandeliers and fine architectural craftsmanship. Opening onto a large wrap around terrace, The Tremont House Grand Ballroom is the ideal location for grand scale occasions. The Sam Houston Ballroom with over 2800 square feet of space is perfect for those groups ranging under 150. The ceiling length windows and unusual L-Shape setting make the Sam Houston Ballroom a bright and airy space for private occasions.