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      Best hotels near Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier, Galveston

      3.3/5101 Reviews
      0.49km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      The location of the hotel is excellent and the breakfast meets the general requirements. Affordable. Recommended for travelers to stay here
      FromUS$58
      2.8/5100 Reviews
      0.54km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      Featuring free Wi-Fi and a complimentary breakfast, this hotel is a 5 minutes' walk from Pleasure Pier.A cable TV is provided in each room at Country Inn and Suites Galveston Beach. Complete with a microwave, the rooms also include a refrigerator and a coffee machine.Guests can relax in the indoor swimming pool or stay active at the fitness centre. Limited parking is available for free at the property.Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark is 6.5 kilometers from the hotel. Moody Gardens is a 10 minutes' drive away.
      FromUS$63
      4/5Very Good101 Reviews
      0.89km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      We haven’t been to The Galvez in over a year. We used to stay at least two weekends a month. The Mitchell family has sold the Galvez and it is NOT the same at all! If you haven’t been in awhile you are in for a shock! I will start with the positive of the new owners “remodel “. The food is much better and I like they took out the tub in the bathroom and made a bigger shower. Now for the not so positive. They took out the beautiful front doors and put in a cheap revolving door. They painted the outside of the hotel a Pepto-Bismol pink with huge black and white window coverings on the front of the hotel. Then you walk inside, to what I am guessing they were trying to achieve a swanky something. They have put in an ultra modern guest registration desk, to which we waited for 2 1/2 hours after check in time for our room! They removed the large check in area of old and put in a coffee bar that is open from6:30am and 1:00pm. They added a bar to the left with huge red chandeliers and playing Sinatra. The hallway has huge gold bells with Chrystal chandeliers underneath them. I thought it was a decoration for Christmas but it wasn’t. The opposite hall has white chandeliers with red covers with black and white checked flooring. Getting off the elevator to your room and you are blasted with the most god awful wall coverings, a floral jungle with owls and monkeys and a blue carpet! Then you enter your room which has the same wall coverings on one wall and mirrors on the entire wall behind the bed. The ceiling is painted a light blue and the furnishings are white, cheap and chintzy. The carpet is blue and white square with white specks on the blue part. The hotel now looks as if someone tried to make it a cheap hotel somewhere in the Bahamas with maybe a hit of I’ll repute! The Galvez is no longer the eloquent, glamours, classy hotel of distinction. The name has now been changed to the Grand Galvez, which this remodel did not come close to “grand”.
      FromUS$178
      4/5Very Good102 Reviews
      0.9km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      A very popular & busy site during prime time (4th July Week), which stretches staff and puts them to the test of still offering good service and clean rooms — they passed our white glove inspection! We actually had to wait two additional hours before our room had been inspected by management team members — which we looked at as a positive sign — not a huge inconvenience. We used the extra time to drive around and get our bearings. The room is spacious, updated and clean. Balcony overlooking the Southeastern shoreline and the famous Pleasure Pier — which was a nice plus. Bedding is super comfortable. Bathroom included a more desirable walk-in shower. Plenty of storage nooks & armoire for longer stays. Located right on the Seawall Blvd (note: accessing beach with armfuls of gear and kids can be a somewhat scary adventure given the density of traffic during prime seasons). The pool offers a robust seating and lounge area for sunbathers and kid watching. We skipped the in-house free breakfast — not because of quality — so we could try out more local eateries. Parking is just around the corner in a private parking garage — secured via your room keycard. A modest daily fee is extra.
      FromUS$89
      3.8/5102 Reviews
      1.22km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      This is the more difficult Yilin Hilton I have ever lived. Compared with Hilton, compared with other Doubletree Hilton, the service is really bad. Two waiters, knocking the door twice and entering the house directly! twice! The front desk clerk is also awkward, don't say hello (I have lived in many different places, Hilton or Doubletree Hilton, hospitality is their common point, except this one). An umbrella cannot be provided throughout the hotel. The bar was closed very early at night, as if it was closed at nine or ten, which happened to be during Christmas. There are very few breakfast dishes, but the breakfast waiter has a good attitude and the only one is as passionate as most old Americans.
      FromUS$102
      3.9/5102 Reviews
      1.34km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      Right by the sea, the environment is very good, the hotel is very new and very quiet.
      FromUS$44
      2.7/5100 Reviews
      1.4km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      The Commodore on The Beach provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Galveston will find that the Commodore on The Beach is a fantastic accommodation choice. Famous local attractions Lulu's Day Spa, SUP Gulf Coast and Texas Tail Distillery, can all be reached with a short walk. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. This Galveston hotel features parking on site.
      FromUS$69
      4.8/5Outstanding100 Reviews
      1.51km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      The Coppersmith Inn B&B provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Coppersmith Inn B&B offers a pleasant stay in Galveston for those traveling for business or leisure. With 1859 Ashton Villa, Artist Boat and Island Bicycle Company all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city. Guests of this Galveston hotel can make use of the parking facilities. When it comes to Galveston hotels, the Coppersmith Inn B&B is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
      FromUS$250
      4.1/5Very Good101 Reviews
      1.53km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      It was very nice place I’d go again
      FromUS$199
      2.9/5101 Reviews
      1.57km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      The Wingate by Wyndham Galveston East Beach is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Wingate by Wyndham Galveston East Beach offers a pleasant stay in Galveston for those traveling for business or leisure. Keeping busy is easy, with Porretto Beach, Artist Boat and MiArt Gallery all nearby. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. This Galveston hotel offers parking on site.
      FromUS$49
      4.2/5Very Good100 Reviews
      1.74km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      This Red Roof in Galveston, Texas keeps you close to the gulf coast beaches as well as the events happening in downtown Galveston. For the best scenic views of the city, stroll along the oceanside path at Galveston Seawall or discover the landscape from above with Galveston Helicopters. Hike the scenic trails at Galveston Island State Park, then see all your favorite underwater and rainforest animals at Moody Gardens. Families can enjoy the rides at Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier and the waterslides at Schlitterbahn Waterpark Galveston. Travel back in time when exploring the historical rooms at Bishop's Palace as well as the interactive exhibits at Galveston Island Railroad Museum and Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig and Museum. We’re also near Fort Crockett as well as the campuses of Texas A&M at Galveston and Galveston College. After a day of exciting discovery, unwind with our fantastic amenities at our family-friendly hotel. Connect to our free Wi-Fi and watch all of your favorite shows with our free expanded cable package. All of our 100% smoke-free rooms feature a mini-refrigerator, microwave, in-room coffee, hair dryers and iron/ironing board as well as plenty of outlets for charging your smart devices. Enjoy a swim in our swimming pool. Stop by our lobby for a free cup of hot coffee or tea. Guests also have access to our business center and guest coin laundry facility. One well-behaved pet per room is welcome at Red Roof Inn Galveston - Beachfront.
      FromUS$55
      4.6/5Outstanding31 Reviews
      1.81km from Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier
      The Carr Mansion provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Carr Mansion offers a pleasant stay in Galveston for those traveling for business or leisure. There's plenty to do nearby, with Affaire d'art - International Fine Art Gallery, Galveston Railroad Museum and 1859 Ashton Villa all within a short distance. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. This Galveston hotel provides parking on site. There's never a dull moment at this hotel, our guests indicate that the facilities are excellent.
      FromUS$279

      Reviews of Hotels near Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier in Galveston

      3.6/5101 Reviews
      Clean tidy nice n very nice ppl
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      FromUS$52
      4/5102 Reviews
      We stayed at this hotel because they offered a park & ride for our Journey Cruise. For their cheapest room, the shuttle service & after tax we paid almost $183.00. If we would of parked at the Galveston Port of parking it would of been about $150.00 for the two weeks of parking. Now this hotel uses Moody Gardens for their shuttle service because somehow these two companies are linked together. Here is the down fall to this deal. Since Moody Gardens Hotel is the shuttle service their guest come first & are high priority. So the shuttle picked us up first then went to Moody Gardens to pick up their people. After sitting their for 20 minutes the driver came back & said they didn't have anybody to pick up at that time so we went to the port. He told us the pick up times where 9:00 am, 10:30 am & 12:30 pm when we return & where to find them. So when we returned we found the driver & got loaded to be returned. Now since Moody Gardens in priority they got dropped off first. The driver called in all their valet numbers so their vehicles were waiting for them up front when we arrived. Then he went into the hotel to get their keys & then unloaded their luggage. This whole process took us a half hour of messing around & we didn't get dropped off until almost 10:00 am. If I was to ever do this again I'd just stay at Moody Gardens or park at the port which is much faster.
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      FromUS$61
      3.8/5102 Reviews
      This is the more difficult Yilin Hilton I have ever lived. Compared with Hilton, compared with other Doubletree Hilton, the service is really bad. Two waiters, knocking the door twice and entering the house directly! twice! The front desk clerk is also awkward, don't say hello (I have lived in many different places, Hilton or Doubletree Hilton, hospitality is their common point, except this one). An umbrella cannot be provided throughout the hotel. The bar was closed very early at night, as if it was closed at nine or ten, which happened to be during Christmas. There are very few breakfast dishes, but the breakfast waiter has a good attitude and the only one is as passionate as most old Americans.
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      FromUS$102
      4.1/5104 Reviews
      The hotel was perfect for what we wanted apart from the dark & dreary decoration of the rooms... dark browns, mustard & dark orange colors were not what I expected at a seaside resort! I imagined walking into a light blue or light green room as you'd see in the condos to rent. These colors were just dark & desperately need renovating. The bathroom had seen better days for sure...the bath base looked slightly grubby but it had a raised anti slip mat which often retains a darker appearance & the shower doors were streaked & didn't fit together properly. Basically it was a bit messy & unappealing! However, the facilities were excellent. Balconies are great w/ wonderful views. Club ten level allows a child free zone, which makes it way quieter & offers a free delivered breakfast or a voucher to reduce your breakfast bill @ Blakes Bistro & I believe free valet parking (apart from tips of course!) The restaurants here at The San Luis are excellent. Everything we ate here was delicious but expensive. Service was excellent also & all staff were extremely attentive & friendly.
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      FromUS$169
      4.1/5101 Reviews
      It was very nice place I’d go again
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      FromUS$199
      4/5101 Reviews
      We haven’t been to The Galvez in over a year. We used to stay at least two weekends a month. The Mitchell family has sold the Galvez and it is NOT the same at all! If you haven’t been in awhile you are in for a shock! I will start with the positive of the new owners “remodel “. The food is much better and I like they took out the tub in the bathroom and made a bigger shower. Now for the not so positive. They took out the beautiful front doors and put in a cheap revolving door. They painted the outside of the hotel a Pepto-Bismol pink with huge black and white window coverings on the front of the hotel. Then you walk inside, to what I am guessing they were trying to achieve a swanky something. They have put in an ultra modern guest registration desk, to which we waited for 2 1/2 hours after check in time for our room! They removed the large check in area of old and put in a coffee bar that is open from6:30am and 1:00pm. They added a bar to the left with huge red chandeliers and playing Sinatra. The hallway has huge gold bells with Chrystal chandeliers underneath them. I thought it was a decoration for Christmas but it wasn’t. The opposite hall has white chandeliers with red covers with black and white checked flooring. Getting off the elevator to your room and you are blasted with the most god awful wall coverings, a floral jungle with owls and monkeys and a blue carpet! Then you enter your room which has the same wall coverings on one wall and mirrors on the entire wall behind the bed. The ceiling is painted a light blue and the furnishings are white, cheap and chintzy. The carpet is blue and white square with white specks on the blue part. The hotel now looks as if someone tried to make it a cheap hotel somewhere in the Bahamas with maybe a hit of I’ll repute! The Galvez is no longer the eloquent, glamours, classy hotel of distinction. The name has now been changed to the Grand Galvez, which this remodel did not come close to “grand”.
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      FromUS$178
      3.9/5104 Reviews
      Hotel location is good! Recommend everyone can come here to see! Parking is free! Especially for everyone, this restaurant, which is very close to the hotel, tastes quite good!
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      FromUS$112
      3.6/5102 Reviews
      My wife and I were delighted to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary at the Dan'l Webster Inn. From the moment we walked through the front door, we were greeted by Dan, one of the warmest and kindest soul's we have met on our travels. He embodies the spirit of this fabulous place, transforming what could have been a life-less historical place into a joyful embrace of history and good will. I hope each person who enters your doors has the good fortune of meeting this charming man! We will be back.
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      FromUS$58
      3.5/5102 Reviews
      I've been staying at this hotel for 20+ years, through different ownership, and love the location. This time was absolutely not worth almost $600 for 3 nights. The wifi will not connect and I have work to do while I'm here. we have a king room with a ”balcony” that you can't even see any of seawall Blvd from, and only one chair on the miniscule balcony we do have, and were told they don't have any other chairs available, there are 2 of us, just fyi. I showed up at 1, knowing I could not check in until later,but asked if we could at least get a partial gulf view, and was informed that rooms were assigned that morning and we get what we get. Not happy at all!! The room was very clean and smelled nice though, so I guess that's ok. Bed hard and very uncomfortable. Picture from our ”gulf view” room attached. Ugh!
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      FromUS$43
      4.2/5101 Reviews
      The hotel is clean, modern, and comfortable. That's not such a hard thing to find these days if you know what to look for when searching for a hotel. It's having an excellent hotel staff running the place that is so hard to find. Luis who works the front desk really went above and beyond to assist us during our stay. On top of being friendly and helping us find a good place to eat during our stay in Galveston. I needed a room with a walk-in shower, but unfortunately the one we got was a regular old tub. I spoke with Luis and he went looking in every single room they had available trying to find me one. Unfortunately all the rooms they had left were ones with a tub, so I didn't get my room with a shower in the end. But that's not something I can hold against him or the hotel. I booked the room only hours before arriving and I couldn't expect him to find me something that simply isn't available. It's the effort he put in that left me with such a positive impression of this hotel. I highly recommend staying at Homestead Suites if you're ever in Galveston. You'll be well taken care of if you do.
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      FromUS$117
      4.1/5102 Reviews
      Super clean and brand new. The staff at the front desk were very friendly and welcoming.
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      FromUS$74
      3.9/5102 Reviews
      The $40 plus tax park and cruise, and round trip shuttle to the cruise port sounded like an amazing deal after comparing parking at the port. Shuttle from the hotel to the port went smooth. Returning was terrible. On disembark day, I called the hotel at 7:30 AM to make sure we knew where pickup was and the shuttle bus number. We arrived at the pickup place at 9:45 am and confirmed with port staff we were in the right location. At 10:19, I called the hotel to check on the shuttle’s route. I was told the driver was at the hotel picking up passengers and headed our way in about 10 minutes. At 11:00, I called the hotel again to check on the shuttle as we had seen several other shuttles come and go repeatedly. She said we had been waiting way too long and he should be there shortly and if he didn’t arrive in a few minutes to call back. I called back around 11:30- was told they would personally talk to the driver and they would call me back. I missed the call but called back promptly and was told a driver was on the way. Just before noon, a Mercedes’ shuttle #405 van pulled into the designated parking spot. He said he would take us to Holiday Inn Express and I told him we needed the resort and he said he would take us. He was not a charter bus that had dropped us off and he definitely was not bus number 803 as the hotel had told us . He said he was normally a private shuttle but he was filling in and helping out and would take us. He was confused as how we had waited so long but overall was apologetic and friendly given we had sat in the sun waiting for a ride for over 2 hours at that point. We arrived back at the hotel and I stopped at the front desk. The staff apologized and said that this driver wasn’t even their driver and was just a nice driver to bring us back and was not affiliated with the hotel. The manager I believe apologized and thanked me for the feedback and said she would get with the shuttle company to improve their service. She also said they would get us taken care of at check in and all set up for our stay. When I told her we were only there to pick up our vehicle and head out on our 7 hour drive, she just said oh ok I thought y’all were staying not leaving. She made no attempt to compensate us for the trouble or the terrible experience of sitting out in the sun for two hours. Won’t stay here again or recommend it. If you’re cruising, just pay the extra money and park at the port so you can leave in a timely manner!
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      FromUS$91
      3.3/5101 Reviews
      The location of the hotel is excellent and the breakfast meets the general requirements. Affordable. Recommended for travelers to stay here
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      FromUS$58
      3.1/5102 Reviews
      Hi we were visiting hotel August 2022. Lady on the for desk its super helpful and nice. On the lobby they have fresh fruits coffee and hot chocolate. Breakfast was was nice with a lot of choices.Rooms are clean and nice. Location are awesome close to the stores restaurants and fishing spots.
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      FromUS$54
      3.7/5102 Reviews
      When I arrived to check in I told the woman at the front desk that the room was for my family members. I live in Galveston and wanted to make this stay special, so I planned to stock the room with water, some treats, beach accoutrements, etc. When I entered the room the air conditioner was not working. We tried to reset it to no avail. I walked back to the front desk and asked her to give us another room. She said she would send maintenance to look at it and I said if in fact it’s broken (which I know it is) do I have to walk back here and get another key? She said yes, so that whole situation rubbed me the wrong way. Why couldn’t she just issue me a new room at that point? So the maintenance man comes and mind you in the meantime I have dinner cooking and my guests are set to arrive within the hour. The maintenance man in fact does the same thing that I did to try to reset the air conditioner and then he tells me yes it’s broken and that he wants to swap it out. He tells me it’ll take about 15 to 20 minutes and when I go back to the front desk she is irritated because I don’t want to wait 15 to 20 minutes for him to fix the air conditioner! At that point I get heated and I am not speaking in a calm voice anymore I tell her I just want another room. She argues with me as to why I need to take the room that she’s giving me and I refuse so she abruptly says well we’ll just cancel your reservation and you can go elsewhere. Again my guests are arriving in about an hour! She finally issues me another key and I leave and my head is pounding at this point. That is just the problem that I had at check in. I could go on and on. Later the next day my family member actually asked for a vacuum cleaner because the floors were so dirty. He mentioned that the room’s AC didn’t work yesterday when his family members checked him in. HUGE MISTAKE! Now she knows that he is my relative and again the same front desk person said that he could not borrow the vacuum cleaner because he wasn’t the one that checked into the room and the reservation wasn’t under his name. She wouldn’t give him fresh towels either. I thought that it was just me that had a problem with her, but I after she wouldn’t give my brother towels I am convinced that she needs to find a different job where she doesn’t have to speak to people.I just cannot believe that this woman works with the public. In my entire life I have never been spoken to like that and I worked in the restaurant industry for over 20 years and have never never never spoken to a customer like she did to me.
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      FromUS$59
      3.9/5100 Reviews
      Good environment
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      FromUS$80
      4.1/5102 Reviews
      Hotel location is very good, this price is really suitable, breakfast is like other similar hotels, yogurt is very good, the front desk is very good, the scenery is really good, the seabirds are very beautiful
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      FromUS$61
      4.2/5101 Reviews
      Robert Swager business sales manager. Jerry, Marissa, Shelly on the front desk, Karina housekeeping, all deserve a 5 star rating for professionalism, effort and outstanding personal care toward the client. A well trained, highly professional staff, that seeks and manages to be the best. WELL DONE MARRIOTT, WELL DONE..
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      FromUS$119
      3.9/5102 Reviews
      Right by the sea, the environment is very good, the hotel is very new and very quiet.
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      FromUS$44
      4/5102 Reviews
      When we first arrived I was a little sceptical because the hotel outside was a little worn and the fence around it lead me to feel like I was in an unsafe place to where they have to lock you in. But as I went inside and around the hotel I settled down and took it all in. It wasn't so bad, the room was clean and my children really enjoyed the balcony. The front desk clerk that checked us in went above and beyond to make sure we settled in nicely. I also loved the convenience of having a Walmart literally in the hotels front door and fast food places in walking distance. No need for travel, which is a plus for me. Overall we enjoyed the stay and would return again.
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      FromUS$99
      3.4/5102 Reviews
      Very nice hotel clean. They can do a little better on the breakfast
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      FromUS$71
      4/5102 Reviews
      A very popular & busy site during prime time (4th July Week), which stretches staff and puts them to the test of still offering good service and clean rooms — they passed our white glove inspection! We actually had to wait two additional hours before our room had been inspected by management team members — which we looked at as a positive sign — not a huge inconvenience. We used the extra time to drive around and get our bearings. The room is spacious, updated and clean. Balcony overlooking the Southeastern shoreline and the famous Pleasure Pier — which was a nice plus. Bedding is super comfortable. Bathroom included a more desirable walk-in shower. Plenty of storage nooks & armoire for longer stays. Located right on the Seawall Blvd (note: accessing beach with armfuls of gear and kids can be a somewhat scary adventure given the density of traffic during prime seasons). The pool offers a robust seating and lounge area for sunbathers and kid watching. We skipped the in-house free breakfast — not because of quality — so we could try out more local eateries. Parking is just around the corner in a private parking garage — secured via your room keycard. A modest daily fee is extra.
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      FromUS$89
      3.6/5102 Reviews
      What a low budget hotel. It’s literally in the middle of nowhere and food/entertainment is an Uber/cab ride away. The guy that checked us in, Christian, acted as though we were bothering him. We asked him if we could put part of the room fees in cash but he said we couldn’t. We found out later that we could have but it look more work that he didn’t want to do. We asked him if there were any places to eat. He said he couldn’t make recommendations and that he didn’t know what we wanted to eat. What??!! No mention of the Seawall or the wonderful restaurants near the port. Our room smelled like mildew and we asked him about it and he said he’d check it out. We doubt he did. They were gouges on the wall, the dresser was falling apart and we swear there was black mold in the shower. There was also no door on the closet. We booked this hotel online and it’s a mistake we’ll never make again. We just sucked it up knowing we were only staying for one night.
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      FromUS$45

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