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hilton safe area

Scotland, UK
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hilton safe area

being country bumkins from Scotland in Galveston and Texas for first time and we are looking at the Hilton in Galveston and my wife and i have a few questions.

are resturants nearby without driveing

is area safe ( obviously take precautions as do any country )

we just want to be beach side with balcony and be able to chill out with wee walks round hotel.???

thanks for any advice

knr
Houston, Texas
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1. Re: hilton safe area

Yes, the Hilton area is fine for walking. Yes, there are restaurants nearby.

Have a great time and welcome to Texas!!

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2. Re: hilton safe area

Not a huge amount of restaurant choices but there are a few. The property was renovated after the hurricane and is very nice. Spent 2 nights there in January and was very happy with the stay. Pool area is great with a hot tub and sauna. For any of the worthwhile things to do other than the beach (Moody Gardens, the Strand, etc.) you will need taxi or car. Enjoy your stay.

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3. Re: hilton safe area

There are multiple restaurants within walking distance (Mexican, seafood, burgers). It's a perfectly safe neighborhood, also close to a grocery store, if you care about that.

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