A SAFE, CONVENIENT GETAWAY JUST 90 MILES FROM HOUSTON
Itching for adventure? Yearning for culture?
Deprived of good eats? Sick of toilet paper shortages and takeout?
We hear you loud and clear. You’ve been cooped up and deserve a vacation that won’t leave you stressing about crowds or COVID, which is why we created our summer of savings – deals that’ll get you out of the house without breaking the bank that allow yourself a much-needed breather, right down the road, safely.
We’ve created an entirely new guide with everything that’s open right now and how to explore with social distancing in mind so you can feel confident letting loose and giving yourself a break. Broken down by region, theme and travel type, there’s something for adventurers, art enthusiasts, history lovers, and everyone in between teeming with Texas fun and Cajun culture.
Whether you need a weekend getaway with your significant other, a family road trip, or some solo time to decompress – we got you. There are good eats, outdoor spots, sun and fun. An hour from the big city and 30 minutes from the beach, it’s time to seas the day and say shell yea to a Beaumont getaway.
So get out and go. Or if you’re our neighbor, stay and play.
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$89 Summer Hotel Package
Valid unit August 31, 2020
Discounted $89 hotel rates offered at Holiday Inn & Suites Beaumont Plaza, MCM Elegante Hotel & Conference Center, Hampton Inn by Hilton Beaumont, and La Quinta Inn & Suites Beaumont West.
With our special summer packages, not only will you get a crazy discounted hotel rate, but you’ll also get a welcome bag at check-in with fun summer swag plus a printed guide to help you plan your trip. The booklet will include everything that’s open right now, how to explore safely, plus discounts at featured local restaurants and area attractions.
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Recommendations from Residents
The best bites, hidden gems, and go-tos from community members excited to share our city and introduce what makes Beaumont so special. Or as the Cajuns call it, lagniappe.