The 2018 Committee Week will be held at the Tremont House – A Wyndham Grand Hotel. This upscale hotel blends elements of timeless charm, sophistication and comfort and is within walking distance of many Galveston Island attractions.
SAIA has negotiated a special room rate of $179/night for all meeting attendees. Rooms will only be held until Monday, Jan. 22 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. After this date, rooms are subject to availability and higher rates may apply.
2300 Ship’s Mechanic Row
Galveston, Texas 77550
To book your room, call the Tremont House directly at 409.515.2154 or Click here to make your reservation online.
The Historic Downtown Strand Seaport District boasts of beautiful Victorian storefronts featuring unique shops, restaurants and art galleries just a short walk away from Galveston’s Pier 21 and glistening harbor.
Galveston Island is located about 50 miles southeast of downtown Houston. If possible, you will want to fly in to Houston Hobby Airport (HOU) as that is only 41 miles from Galveston. George Bush International Airport (IAH) is approximately 70 miles away.
If you are not renting a car, the best way to get to Galveston is by shuttle. SAIA has arranged for a discounted rate on the Galveston Express Shuttle. The Galveston Express Shuttle operates out of both airports and runs approximately every hour. Special SAIA prices are $27 from Houston Hobby Airport, and $31.50 from George Bush International Airport. To reserve your transfer at the discounted prices, call 409.762.4397. Advanced reservations are required. Reservations can be made online at www.galvestonexpress.com, however the discount is only available if you call directly. You can book roundtrip transfers, so have your flight information ready.
Note, whatever your transfer plans (rental car, shuttle, etc.), be sure to plan in advance as a cab from Houston Hobby to the Tremont House hotel will cost approximately $115.
Want to see what other thrills Galveston Island has in store for you? Watch the official Galveston Island Tourism Video below.