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The breakfast and the pool had really routy kids...the staff didn't care
Just the view is the great thing ..
The breakfast coffee muffin juice and cereal. The pool dirty and cold. The elevator dirty. It could use a paint and overall cleaning but it one of the cheapest with great view
Close to many venues and the sea wall.
No closets. Toilet in the corner. Bathroom had half a tub. Water pressure was terrible. Couldn't shower half the time. Very run down. Chains on door. Noisy HVAC. Breakfast was literally dry cereal and packaged muffins.
Our TV didn't work correctly. We put on Pandora and talked for hours. We've been married for 22 yrs and this was an amazing stay
Mardi gras parade was right in front and able to view from balcony.
Kitschy and Comfortable
Location was great, right across from the Gulf, balcony with a water view in every room. Attached to a mediocre breakfast spot that does room service on request. Pool area facing Gulf / Seawall Blvd with a delightfully tacky tile fountain pouring into the heavily chlorinated pool. Cute in the way that old 60's and 70's motor hotels can be provided you don't expect the Four Seasons for your $80/night. You get what you pay for. I was happy.
Staff was not especially polite or accommodating. Room A/C was set to arctic upon arrival. Cleaning staff had my dates incorrect and woke me up as if I was being raided by the police, then acted as if I were the one that had made a mistake. Entire operation a bit dilapidated. Basic customer service absent, but I arrived late - perhaps the day shift is more personable.
The Commodore on the Beach is centrally located on Galveston Island’s Seawall Boulevard giving guests direct access to a large beachfront property. The hotel is centrally located close to Galveston’s most popular restaurants, including Gaido’s Nick’s Kitchen & Seafood Bar, and Joe’s Crab Shack. Popular Galveston attractions are also nearby, such as Moody Gardens, Stewart Beach, Schlitterbahn, and the Strand Historic District. For cruise-goers, the Commodore on the Beach is a short distance from the Texas Cruise Ship Terminal.
Each of the Commodore on the Beach’s 92 rooms have beachfront views overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Guests can choose between rooms with a king-size bed, two double beds, or family rooms with three queen beds. With brick accents and bright bedspreads, the guestrooms include DirecTV service, USB charging stations, and access for free WiFi.
The Commodore on the Beach includes an outdoor pool and beach chairs for guests to enjoy in lieu of the beach. All guests may also enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, a snack and breakfast bar, and an Internet/business center. The on-site Gumbo Diner serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as room service and poolside food beverages.
For those who need to conduct business, the Commodore on the Beach also features two meeting or conference suites for guests who may need to host a meeting or other small event.
The Commodore on the Beach offers vacationers a budget-friendly, no-frills hotel on Galveston Island that features comfortable private rooms and standard amenities near Galveston restaurants and attractions.
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