Dallas Love Field (DAL) is Dallas’s original airport, with a history that dates back to World War I. Located to the northwest of the city centre, Love Field provides numerous flights to the southwest US, with regular services to other major US cities such as Houston and Los Angeles. You’ll find a good range of stylish hotels near Dallas Love Field, all of which provide good links to the centre of Dallas and the city's thriving business district.
A Range of Hotels near Love Field Airport
Thanks to the proximity of the airport, the area around Dallas Love Field has become a popular base, particularly for business travellers. There is a particularly good selection of hotels to the south of the airport, along Stemmons Freeway. Almost every hotel in the Love Field Airport (DAL) area offers WiFi access and air conditioning, and some also offers pools, business centres and airport shuttles.
The Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field
The Frontiers of Flight Museum is within the Dallas Love Field complex, and offers a fascinating insight into the history of aviation. Discover how pioneers such as Charles Lindbergh made their mark on the Golden Age of Aviation between 1919 and 1939, and explore a range of vintage aircraft, models and simulators.
Art at Dallas Love Field
Dallas is passionate about the arts. Head to the Dallas Arts District in the city centre to discover a wide range of galleries, including the iconic Nasher Sculpture Centre, one of the largest contemporary art collections in the world, and the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, which is packed with masterpieces from India, Asia, Japan and Southeast Asia. Fittingly, Dallas Love Field has its own art programme, which brings a rotating collection of works to the terminal buildings.
Eating Out in Dallas
Dallas has a diverse food scene that varies from vibrant Tex-Mex to authentic Texan barbeque and European cuisine. Many hotels near Love Field Airport (DAL) have on-site restaurants, and you’ll find a good choice of restaurants nearby and in the city centre.