A group of hospitality and culinary industry veterans with strong ties to Galveston and the region is announcing Hotel Lucine, Galveston's newest boutique hotel. Located on 10th Street & Seawall Boulevard in a structure that was originally the Treasure Isle Motel, and most recently the Pearl Inn, Hotel Lucine will be fully revitalized and transformed. Slated to open in summer 2022, the hotel will include multiple restaurant and bar experiences anchored by some of the most awarded and respected food and beverage professionals in Texas and beyond.
The new 61-room boutique hotel, a refreshed, redesigned property, will offer a cozy oasis for guests with a principal facade that opens toward the Gulf of Mexico. At the heart of the property, the pool and patio will provide relaxation and community that carries over into the sophisticated yet inviting Den area. The Den will be there for guests throughout their stay - for coffee in the morning, an afternoon meal or a cocktail at night. Hotel Lucine patrons can also take in 180-degree ocean views from the rooftop bar. The hotel's on-site restaurant is led by some of Texas' top culinary talents and will be a destination unto itself.
Hotel Lucine partners include Dave Jacoby, a Galveston-based accomplished finance and hospitality development professional who also serves as President of the Board of the Galveston Historical Foundation; Robert Marcus, a real estate and hotel operations, development and finance professional; and Galveston native Keath Jacoby, a marketing and branding executive who's also recently worked with Vision Galveston. Additional partners on the project include marketing, branding and promotions entrepreneur Shawn Ullman and experienced financial executive and entrepreneur Jeffrey Solomon.