You’ve already booked your tickets for the next Caribbean Princess cruise. She’s 952 feet of pure luxury and you have every intention of enjoying all that she has to offer. That includes the seven onboard whirlpool spas, showrooms, dining rooms and seven pools. You’ve even given some thought as to which shore excursions might be best. That’s all well and good but what about parking?

Unless you plan on walking to the Bayport Cruise Terminal, you are going to need to find parking earmarked for Caribbean Princess passengers. May we make an affordable suggestion in that regard? Using our venue, Bayport Cruise Parking, will make you feel like sailing royalty.

Our parking for Caribbean Princess customers is so close to the cruise terminal entrance that you won’t get winded from the walk. However, you may find yourself breathless over the view. You’ll be able to see the Caribbean Princess front and center as she sits waiting for you to embark and enjoy her amenities.

Of course views of the Caribbean Princess sitting ever so stately in Galveston Bay are not the only compelling reason to leave your vehicle with us. The others are as follows:

  • Complimentary parking for select service men and women
  • Close to rental cars, attractions, restaurants and hotels
  • Multiple payment options (i.e. credit cards and cash)
  • Onsite, round-the-clock, professional security
  • Discounts for prepaying and booking online
  • Clean, well maintained, smooth walkways
  • Immaculate, 9 feet by 19 feet spaces
  • Ability to park oversized vehicles
  • Parking car covers upon request($10 extra)

To learn more about the best parking for Caribbean Princess cruises, please contact us straightaway. Advance reservations for a space and car cover may be made online. We also accept drive-up customers. However, the fees for drive-up customers are higher than those offered to people who book in advance. Fees for a standard space start at $75.

 

While waiting to board your ship, you may want to grab a bite to eat near the port. These Seabrook, TX restaurants will provide you with a hearty meal and relaxing atmosphere so that your wait can be just as pleasant as your cruise is.

Seabrook Classic Café

2511 NASA Road 1 Suite A

Seabrook, TX 77586

This restaurant specializes in American cuisine, and has a breakfast and late night menu available. They are known for their burgers, soups, salads and sandwiches, along with their spectacular desserts. This restaurant is kid-friendly, as is also renowned for its prompt friendly service.

Villa Capri

3713 NASA Road 1

Seabrook, TX 77586

This restaurant has plenty of seating overlooking the water, making it the perfect spot for a romantic dinner. The menu includes a variety of Italian and seafood dishes, and some of the main courses can be ordered in family-sized portions. They are open late, and often warm guests on chilly evenings with a fire in their dining room’s fireplace.

Shipley Do-Nut Shop

2106 Seabrook Circle

Seabrook, TX 77586

Perhaps you just want a sweet snack, in which case a visit to the Shipley Do-Nut Shop is in order. The donuts here are known for always being hot and fresh no matter what time of day it is you visit. They offer everything from bear claws to glazed donuts with maple, strawberry or chocolate icing. You can also grab a hot cup of coffee to go along with your donuts as well.

Boondoggles

4106 NASA Road 1, Suite D

Seabrook, TX 77586

This restaurant is known for its casual American fare along with its pizzas, which are baked in a wood oven. There is indoor seating that includes big screen televisions and dartboards, or you can also enjoy outdoor seating when weather permits. This is a favorite haunt for many of the locals, making it a good way to mingle with people from the area.

These are just a few of the spectacular restaurants you can visit while waiting to board your cruise. To arrange parking for your visit, contact us.

 

 

 

 

There are some great Kemah TX restaurants that one might consider dining at, especially at the famous Kemah Boardwalk.

While the Kemah boardwalk has some fine chain eateries such as the Saltgrass Steakhouse, Landry’s Seafood and the Aquarium where one can see fish swimming while dining on them, it has a couple of places unique to the area that merit a look.

The Lighthouse Buffet advertises itself as having 75 feet of entrees, salads, soups, and various deserts in a casual dining atmosphere.

Red Sushi Hibachi Grill offers Japanese cuisine that includes hibachi style grilled meats as well as an extensive sushi bar.

There are a number of great eateries off the Boardwalk as well.

Joe Lee’s Seafood Kitchen offers a variety of Gulf Coast sea food cooked in every where imaginable.

Bakkhus Taverna Greek Restaurant & Bar has a menu that contains a large variety of Greek food, traditional and modern, advertised as containing local produce and premium spices.

T-Bone Tom’s Steakhouse, made famous in an episode of Guy Feiri’s “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives,” serves up a variety of Texas favorites, including steaks, barbeque, and chicken fried steak.

Tookies Hamburgers and More has been an institution and a favorite date venue in the Kemah area since the mid 1970s. It offers up an incredible variety of hamburgers, including the “Squealer”, the “Champion” and the “Bean Burger,” as well as various sides, Tookies was all but destroyed during Hurricane Ike in 2008, but eventually rose from the ashes, with its original décor and ambiance, along with an improved kitchen and other enhancements.

For more information contact us

 

 

There are some great Kemah TX restaurants that one might consider dining at, especially at the famous Kemah Boardwalk.

While the Kemah boardwalk has some fine chain eateries such as the Saltgrass Steakhouse, Landry’s Seafood and the Aquarium where one can see fish swimming while dining on them, it has a couple of places unique to the area that merit a look.

The Lighthouse Buffet advertises itself as having 75 feet of entrees, salads, soups, and various deserts in a casual dining atmosphere.

Red Sushi Hibachi Grill offers Japanese cuisine that includes hibachi style grilled meats as well as an extensive sushi bar.

There are a number of great eateries off the Boardwalk as well.

Joe Lee’s Seafood Kitchen offers a variety of Gulf Coast sea food cooked in every where imaginable.

Bakkhus Taverna Greek Restaurant & Bar has a menu that contains a large variety of Greek food, traditional and modern, advertised as containing local produce and premium spices.

T-Bone Tom’s Steakhouse, made famous in an episode of Guy Feiri’s “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives,” serves up a variety of Texas favorites, including steaks, barbeque, and chicken fried steak.

Tookies Hamburgers and More has been an institution and a favorite date venue in the Kemah area since the mid 1970s. It offers up an incredible variety of hamburgers, including the “Squealer”, the “Champion” and the “Bean Burger,” as well as various sides, Tookies was all but destroyed during Hurricane Ike in 2008, but eventually rose from the ashes, with its original décor and ambiance, along with an improved kitchen and other enhancements.

For more information contact us

A cruise — what could be better? Anticipating the warm tropical breezes, exciting night-life on board ship, lounging by the pool, interesting land excursions and amazing food; you’ve lived the trip in your mind many times. You just can’t wait to get started! You want to be sure and arrive in plenty of time so that you won’t miss it, so consider extending your trip by a day or two and take advantage of nearby attractions.

If your cruise is leaving from the port of Houston, the Museum District of Houston is a short 40 minute drive away. You can spend a day or more exploring the 19 museums that are within walking distance of each other; a 1.5 mile radius. These museums cover it all; fine arts, science and history. There are sure to be a few that capture your attention.

The Museum District includes:

  • Asia Society Texas Center
  • Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
  • Children’s Museum of Houston
  • Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
  • Czech Center Museum Houston
  • DiverseWorks
  • Holocaust Museum Houston
  • Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
  • Houston Center for Photography
  • Houston Museum of African American Culture
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Houston Zoo
  • Lawndale Art Center
  • Rice University Art Gallery
  • Rothko Chapel
  • The Health Museum
  • The John C. Freeman Weather Museum
  • The Jung Center of Houston
  • The Menil Collection
  • The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Of special interest are the Houston Zoo which houses over 4000 animals, the Museum of Fine Arts featuring arts and artifacts from around the world, the Museum of Natural Science, and the Holocaust Museum.

Take a break from all the zoo and museum hopping and have a bite to eat at one of the museum district’s restaurants located in and around the museums. Rest your feet and your brain and absorb a little local culture at the Mecom Fountain at the center of the Museum District. The fountains are a favorite site among tourists and locals alike. It is a favored spot for professional photographers to capture the special day of quinceañeras, an elaborate (sweet 16) coming of age ceremony.

Whether you extend your cruise vacation by a couple of days before or after your cruise, the Museum District of Houston is a one of a kind destination not to be missed!

Please feel free to contact us for more information.

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