Large, comfortable rooms with a refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave and the finest Sealey Concierge Series mattresses make your stay a comfortable one. The complimentary breakfast every morning is delightful; relish on home-made Belgian waffles. If you are the adventurous one, Rock Lake Park is the place for you, where you can go fishing, boating, rollerblading, hiking and biking. Texas Stadium, Dallas Zoo, Botanical Gardens and Westend Market Place are other places you can visit.
You name it and you have it here. A combination of elegance and sophistication, this premier luxury hotel is inspired by neoclassical architecture. The marble columns, a scenic lake and a luxuriant green park are most striking. Apart from a whirlpool and sauna, there are Get Fit rooms with in-room workout equipment; there is also a 10k jogging track and tennis courts for the fitness freaks. The Dover's Grille, Hunter's Lounge and Promenade Bar serve a variety of delectable cuisine and exciting cocktails. The spirited Las Colinas business district is nearby and there are innumerable shopping options around the hotel. There are special holiday packages for your family to make Omni the perfect weekend getaway.
4220 Independence Drive I-20 at Cockrell Hill Road/Camp Wisdom Road Dallas, TX 75237
If you are looking for a comfortable stay which isn't hard on your wallet, Motel 6 Southwest would be a good option. Well connected by all major highways and interstates, the Motel 6 is the largest economy chain of motels in the U.S. Easy access to a whole lot of business centers, entertainment areas and restaurants make it all the more inviting.
A beautiful fusion of the traditional and trendy, this place lets you experience the historic charm with fresh ideas. Located in the business district of Dallas and a nationally registered landmark, the hotel is well connected to several banks, corporate offices and shops through the sky walk and tunnels. The convention center is nearby and the Dallas American Airlines and Reunion arenas, just 1.5 miles away. You are sure to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere here, amidst a whole lot of options for shopping and entertainment.
The newly remodeled Magnolia Hotel boasts Dallas' best known landmark, the lighted Pegasus. It caters to business travelers with a taste for the urbane. The 29-story limestone historic edifice was the tallest building in Dallas well into the 1940s. It was originally the home of Magnolia Oil Company, later part of Mobil Oil. The remodeling essentially gutted the building but original features such as the crystal chandeliers, gilded ceiling and brass elevator doors with the Pegasus logo were kept. Guest rooms are elegant and have the business traveler in mind with modem ports and personalized voice mail.
Just two blocks from the West End MarketPlace, the West End Hotel is convenient to many of Dallas' most popular sites. A family-oriented hotel, it offers cribs, connecting rooms and an on-site laundromat. For extended stays, valet laundry service is also available. If you can't leave home without your favorite fuzzy friend, this hotel also allows pets.
This lovely hotel, built in 1912 by Adolphus Busch in his "adopted city," is as "old money" as you can get in Dallas. It offers gracious, warm, Texas-style hospitality in a very elegant way. Discover opulent luxury from the lobby to each of the guest rooms. Located in the center of downtown Dallas, it is convenient to most office buildings and shopping. You will also enjoy complimentary transportation in the downtown area. Plus, you won't be disappointed in the dining choices. The elegant French Room, located at the hotel, was named a "Top Table" by Gourmet Magazine. The Bistro offers upscale coffee shop selections, and English tea is offered in the lobby every afternoon. With all its splendor, it no wonder this prestigious hotel has been named in the Conde Nast reader's choice awards as one of the "Best Places in the World to Stay in the Whole World."
This hotel gained worldwide recognition from its glittering shell and the adjoining tower featured on the opening credits of the television show, Dallas. The central downtown location in the historic West End District provides sophisticated and exclusive accommodations to business and leisure travelers alike. Guests are greeted in the 18-story atrium lobby. Each room is beautifully decorated in earth tones and furnished with rich hardwood furniture. Business travelers will appreciate the updated business center and data ports are available in each guest room.
This comfortable hotel is just minutes from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, making it an ideal accommodation for the business traveler. The spacious suites are stylish and comfortable, and the hotel offers a complimentary breakfast buffet. Other convenient features include wireless internet, a refrigerator, a microwave, and on-site parking.
The Hilton Dallas Park Cities Hotel is located between Highland Park and Preston Hollow neighborhoods, just north of downtown Dallas. This beautiful area is home to many nearby attractions and amenities, including the Love Field and the DFW airports, and plentiful retail shops and restaurants. This Four-Star Dallas hotel has abundant meeting space, which they use to specialize in weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs and corporate events.
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