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The suite was spacious, clean, updated, and quiet. The "living room" has doors to close it off completely from the bedroom, which made it the perfect sleeping space for my 4 month old daughter in her crib. I was able to get up and take care of her in the middle of the night without waking my husband ...
Fantastic location in the middle of many of Dallas's most interesting tourist sites! Super clean room and bathroom, comfy big bed. My room had a beautiful view of "Old Red" - the Victorian era old court house (gorgeous!) which is now the Dallas Historical Museum. It is a wonderful museum which I ...
The only downside that I would say is that the Breakfast needs to be of better quality and needs to be hot not lukewarm
The hotel itself had a very modern look to it which was beautiful, it offered charging ports for electric cars and the heated pool/fireplace was a huge bonus. However, during our stay we lost $200 cash at the front desk and the hotel was less than helpful in finding the money. I had to call the front ...
Was pleased with this hotel for our weekend stay for a Cowboys game. We had 2 rooms, one a regular room And one a king balcony. They accommodated us so we were both on the same floor. Check in was simple. There was some unsatisfied guests in the lobby during check in but I did not know the situation. ...
The buzzing north Texas city of Dallas is packed with three-star hotels, offering good value for money and handy locations in the city centre or by major highways. Many three-star hotels in Dallas offer free Internet access and inclusive breakfasts. Some rooms are equipped with coffee-makers and mini-bars, and all are air-conditioned, helping you to sleep during the long, hot Dallas summers.
Near the heart of Dallas, close to Uptown, the Dallas Arts District is packed with galleries. Spend some time at the world-class Dallas Museum of Art and see thousands of artworks from antiquity right up to the 21st century. If you're eager to see more contemporary and modern art, visit the Nasher Sculpture Center, designed by the award-winning Italian architect Renzo Piano.
The Arts District is also known for its 19th-century Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe Catholic church and the huge 216-metre Trammell Crow Center skyscraper, the home of the Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art.</p.
Dallas is a great place to sample the famous fusion of Texan and Mexican cuisine known as 'Tex-Mex'. Think generous combo plates, and exotic, fiery Mexican ingredients mixed with meaty Texan influences. It’s food with big flavours and big portions, and it's the perfect way to refuel after a long journey.
The Frontiers of Flight Museum is the place to visit if you're interested in aviation and space flight. The museum is home to a number of famous aircraft, including dozens of models from the Second World War and the command module from the Apollo 7 mission. If you’re more interested in the natural world, try visiting the Dallas World Aquarium, home to a wide range of aquatic species and a special rainforest exhibit. Situated in the West End, it’s within easy reach of the three-star hotels in Dallas city centre.
Whatever you choose to do in Dallas, we’ll help you find a great base from which to explore the city. Use Expedia to search the wide range of three-star accommodation in Dallas, from city-centre hotel rooms to serviced apartments.