Texas Beach Hotels

Texas beach hotels have been attracting ocean fanatics since the state was first settled. A long history of settlers have been utilizing the fruits of the ocean and surviving by the sea for centuries. The now extremely modernized state, filled with vibrant communities and exciting attractions, needs the ocean less for survival. Now, state visitors still head to the meandering coastline and all the stunning Texas beaches for fun under sunny skies.

South Padre Island is simply stunning. It is an incredible destination filled with beauty around every bend. Luxurious Texas beachfront lodging on South Padre Island can be arranged at The Padre Grand, a condominium hotel skirting the Gulf of Mexico. Stylish cabanas and modern condominiums comprise the lodging options here. It is one of the most well-known Texas beach hotels, not only for a distinct design but also because of the excellent level of privacy and security guests enjoy. A heated spa and pool offer a relaxing place to wind down and soak in the surroundings. Landscaped gardens surround the hotel creating an even more private atmosphere with plenty of natural beauty. One-, two-, and three-bedroom units create ideal choices for every visitor.

Galveston Island is full of Texas beach hotels, yet each year from June through September, many of them are completely booked. This exemplifies the area's incredible popularity on the tourist radar. The Commodore On the Beach (pictured) is one of the many choices available to discerning travelers looking for comfort combined with style and a location perfect for enjoying the best of Galveston. One of the most attractive aspects of The Commodore is that every single room has a beachfront view and private balcony, something most beach hotels in Texas don't have the pleasure of advertising. Additional guest amenities include a large beachfront pool, free Wi-Fi, and spacious and modern rooms. The hotel also accommodates special events, meetings and conferences. From Labor Day through to Memorial Day Weekend, there are many great deals and packages offered.

In Port Aransas and Mustang Island, the Beach Lodge is a great choice for families looking for a fun and affordable beach vacation. Situated right on the beach, Beach Lodge features a huge sundeck set only 200 yards from the water, making it a prime relaxation spot for guests. Snooze under the warm Texan sun, watch the kids play in the surf, or sip a cold drink and forget about the responsibilities of home. As with many beach hotels in Texas, there is an onsite restaurant offering a taste of Texas cooking. Walk to the "flats" in Port Aransas for great nightlife, enjoy quick access to Island Moorings Marina, and the quick jaunt to the nearby airport. Texas beachfront lodging at the Commodore is laid-back and casual with plenty of opportunity for recreation and sightseeing without wandering too far.

There are endless possibilities in beach hotels in Texas. Texas beachfront lodging can be found all along the Gulf of Mexico, interspersed by magnificent and pristine state parks and other protected areas. Though regions like the Panhandle Plains, Prairie and Lakes, and Hill Country feature their own unique advantages, the Gulf Coast region is still number one. Anyone exploring the options for where to stay on the Texas coast might want to take a closer look at Texas vacation packages available because there are many in this exciting and competitive environment.

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