A modern metropolis with big personality, Dallas is sophisticated yet friendly, bustling yet welcoming. While the city might be best known for its steakhouses, sports teams and shopping, it offers an abundance of art, culture, dining and other attractions that make it a destination all visitors are sure to enjoy. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, our wide selection of Dallas hotels will ensure you have a pleasant and comfortable stay in the Big D.
Things to See
Bigger is often said to be better in Texas, and that certainly applies to the Dallas arts scene. Spread over 20 square blocks, the Dallas Arts District is the largest in the U.S. and offers a fantastic selection of museums, performing arts venues and more. The Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, and Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center are popular picks if your time is limited. Other notable museums in the area include the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Downtown, visit historic Dealey Plaza and tour The Sixth Floor Museum. Relax in Klyde Warren Park or grab a photo at Pioneer Plaza, home to 49 bronze longhorn cattle sculptures. Spend time outside at the nearby Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, a 66-acre urban oasis located on White Rock Lake. For shopping and dining, explore Dallas neighborhoods such as the eclectic Bishop Arts District or upscale Highland Park Village. Or, visit one of Dallas’s premier shopping malls such as NorthPark Center or the Galleria Dallas.
Hotels in Dallas
There are more than 55 IHG hotels across the Dallas metroplex, ranging from family friendly to boutique to accommodations perfect for the business traveler. With this variety of options and amenities, it’s easy to find a location and style best suited for the activities you’ve planned for your trip.
Where to Stay
Downtown Dallas is a popular area for many travelers, as it is close to many businesses, the convention center, hospitals, attractions, restaurants and more. North of downtown provides many options close to high-end shopping centers and restaurants, as well as popular suburbs including Addison and Frisco. About 20 miles west of downtown Dallas, you’ll find Arlington hotel options close to popular sports arenas Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium.
How to Get to Dallas
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the largest international airport serving the Dallas metroplex, offering a large number of domestic and international flights daily and located 23 miles from downtown Dallas. Dallas Love Field provides a convenient and efficient option within the city limits, located only 7 miles from downtown. Both airports offer cab service and car rentals on-site so you can easily get around the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex.
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