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Galveston Hotel – The Tremont House to Offer Thanksgiving Getaway
Galveston’s only historic downtown hotel invites guests to enjoy a quiet getaway for Thanksgiving. The package includes tickets to Moody Gardens Festival of Lights, Spa “Thank You Special,” Tremont Café discount and Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet.
The Spa’s “Thank You Special for Two” offers either a 50 percent discount on the second treatment for one guest or a 50 percent discount on the first treatment for a second guest. The discount at Tremont Café does not include a discount on the Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet. The package, available Nov. 25-28, is $325 for a two-night stay on Wednesday and Thanksgiving Thursday or $395 for a two-night stay on Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday, is based on double occupancy. An additional night on Saturday can be added to the latter package for $175.
Guests staying at the hotel on Friday evening can also enjoy the Hotel Galvez Holiday Lighting Celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. This event kicks off the holiday season in Galveston. Galveston will continue to celebrate the holidays with events at Saengerfest Park in downtown Galveston on Saturday.
The Tremont House, a Wyndham Historic Hotel and National Trust Historic Hotel of America, is owned by Galveston preservationists Cynthia and George Mitchell and is part of Mitchell Historic Properties. For reservations, call (409) 763-0300, (800) WYNDHAM, or visit www.WyndhamTremontHouse.com and see special offers.
Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC and its affiliates, subsidiaries of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation , offer upscale hotel and resort accommodations throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, China and the Caribbean. All hotels are either franchised or managed by Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC or an affiliate. For additional information or to make a reservation, go to www.wyndham.com.
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Mitchell Historic Properties promotes properties owned by George Mitchell including The Tremont House, the Hotel Galvez, Harbor House, and Pier 21, as well as The Strand National Historic Landmark District in Galveston.