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When it comes to hotels, visitors to Galveston have traditionally had to choose between high and low. On the luxe side, there’s the 112-year-old, recently renovated Grand Galvez; the trés chic Tremont House, on the downtown Strand; and the sprawling San Luis Resort, with its ten restaurants, tennis courts, and swim-up bar. On the more economical end of the spectrum are the endless, nearly indistinguishable chain hotels that line Seawall Boulevard. Hotel Lucine, which opened in November on the corner of Tenth and Seawall Boulevard, near Porretto Beach, offers something novel. The two-story, 61-room property began life in 1963 as Treasure Isle, a charming midcentury motor lodge built in a U shape around a large outdoor pool. The motel was built, owned, and operated by local…

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