Where to Stay in Dallas: Best Areas & Hotels

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Where to Stay in Dallas: Best Areas & Hotels

Several of the major tourist attractions in Dallas are located in the relatively compact downtown area, making this an ideal place to stay if sightseeing is your main focus. On the northern edge of downtown, the Victory Park neighborhood leads to Suburb , both of which are lovely areas to stay in while still being within walking distance of many tourist attractions. Beyond this, North Dallas and Turtle Creek have accommodations for those who want to stay outside of the city center but still stay close enough for sightseeing by car or public transportation. The Market Centrearea is just north of downtown and is best known for its many major hospitals, most notably Parkland Medical Center. This is a good area to find reliable but affordable hotels.

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Where to stay for luxury

View of the city of Dallas

In the heart of the city , The Omni Dallas Hotel, between Pioneer Plaza and Reunion Tower, has large rooms and suites that meet even the most demanding expectations. Common areas are modern and elegant and feature luxurious touches such as fireplaces and live music in the lobby on weekends. The rooms have hi-tech amenities, including a mirrored TV in the bathroom and USB charging stations. Both the Omni and The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas offer day spa services, large fitness centers, multiple fine dining options, hot tubs and beautiful rooftop pools with comfortable sundecks. The rooms are just as well appointed at the Ritz and are known for their large windows overlooking downtown and the Victory Parkneighbourhood. Close to the intersection of the two districts, the hotel is close to Klyde Warren Park and the Dallas Museum of Art, as well as the Perot Museum. For those who don’t want to walk 10 to 15 minutes downtown, a complimentary car service takes guests to any destination within a 3-mile radius in ultimate Rolls Royce style.

Slightly more affordable but equally impressive, Hotel ZaZa Dallas is located nearby, closer to uptown , just off McKinney Avenue and close to multiple trolley stops and excellent restaurants, and offers shuttle service to downtown attractions. The ZaZa offers day spa services, meeting facilities and a beautiful pool with a fountain and plenty of cushioned seating, among other first-class amenities. The most striking thing about the ZaZa, however, are the concept suites, each of which has been carefully decorated to create a unique experience. Bungalow suites with large kitchenettes are available for guests planning to stay in Dallas for more than a few nights.

Where to Stay: Mid-Range

Downtown Dallas
Downtown Dallas

Downtown Dallashas several excellent mid-range options that offer an ideal combination of quality, service and location. The Magnolia Dallas Downtown is ideally centrally located close to Pioneer Plaza, the Sixth Floor Museum and the Holocaust Museum. It offers great value with a free breakfast, kitchenette, free Wi-Fi, self-service laundry and free city shuttle. top tourist attractions. Even standard rooms are spacious and well-appointed with generous closet space. For a special treat, there is a complimentary “milk and cookie bar” in the lobby each night. This hotel and the nearby Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas Downtown are also a few minutes’ walk from what is perhaps the city’s strangest attraction: a giant eyeball sculpture. The rooms at the Hampton are clean and modern and come with Wi-Fi; breakfast; shuttle bus service; and use of the 24-hour fitness center, indoor pool, and guest laundry room.

The Sheraton Dallas is close to the downtown Arts District , which is home to the Dallas Museum of Art and Cathedral Guadalupe, and is located between the DART transfer center and the Plaza of the Americas shopping center. The rooms in this urban high-rise have beautiful views and offer a safe, coffee maker and plenty of storage space. Hotel amenities include a heated rooftop pool, fitness center, self-service laundry and free Wi-Fi, plus a remarkably attentive service team.

Where to stay on a budget

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Adjacent to Victory Park in the “Design District” on the south side of the Market Center neighborhood, Days Inn Market Center Dallas is still a reasonable distance from downtown attractions and is near the popular Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. It offers free parking and breakfast, and the tastefully decorated rooms include a coffee maker, microwave and small refrigerator.

Although the Home2 Suites by Hilton Dallas North Park is located in the suburbs of North Dallas , it has a lot to offer for those willing to drive or drive into the city center. In addition to free parking, Wi-Fi and breakfast, all studios and suites feature a fully equipped kitchen. The hotel also has a fitness center and guest laundry facilities, as well as an outdoor pool.

Located north of the medical centers just off 35E, Comfort Inn & Suites Market Center offers basic rooms with breakfast and parking, as well as Wi-Fi. Family rooms are also available.

Where to stay for families


Dealey Plaza

The Homewood Suites by Hilton Dallas Downtown couldn’t be more centrally located in downtown Dallas, just a few blocks from the Holocaust Museum, Dealey Plaza, and Pioneer Plaza. This all-suite hotel offers great value for money, with a kitchenette with a full-size refrigerator, free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, self-service laundry, and a shuttle bus service to major tourist attractions. If that’s not enough, the hotel amenities include a home theater, video games, half-court basketball, golf simulator and billiards room to keep the whole family entertained.

Away from the urban bustle, the Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa offers more than great meeting space – it organizes activities for children and has leisure facilities including a tennis court, outdoor heated pool, spa and beautiful grounds with a pond with pond. The fitness center is huge and features a full basketball court and a small indoor track. Breakfast, Wi-Fi and parking are included in the room rate.

Where to stay for romance

Turtle Creek Park
Turtle Creek Park

Best known for the outlandish art installation on its front yard, a 30-foot-tall eyeball, neo-Gothic landmark The Joule, Dallas is popular with couples and celebrities for its impressive architecture and ever-expanding art collection that includes work by Andy Warhol and Tony Cragg. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown near Pioneer Park, Dealey Plaza and the aquarium. It will be difficult for couples to decide whether to visit the attractions or stay on site to enjoy the spa facilities, lounge by the pool or order room service while relaxing in the beautifully decorated rooms.

For an extravagant yet truly unforgettable romantic experience, the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek has it all from the moment you arrive at the picturesque entrance. The hotel offers all the five-star facilities you could wish for, including a day spa and an outdoor swimming pool with beautiful grounds. The ambiance of the hotel is enhanced by the grand boulevard, the mansion terrace and an elegant, rustic restaurant. Located in Turtle Creek , this is a perfect getaway for those seeking seclusion and looking for easy access to downtown attractions.

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