Top Hotels in Dallas
Deciding to book one of our vacation packages in Dallas is the first smart thing you did, wise wanderer. The second could be staying in one of these popular D-Town hotels. There is no better feeling than returning to a comfortable home away from home after a day adventuring in the Bishop Arts District, Uptown, Deep Ellum, and beyond.
- Omni Dallas Hotel: The Omni considers itself the crown jewel of downtown, and it’s easy to see why. Connected via skybridge to the convention center, the hotel offers luxury accommodations and a magnificent spa. Have dinner at the farm-to-table restaurant on-site, or take a short walk to a restaurant in the Arts District.
- Hyatt Regency Dallas: From your deluxe view room, the Dallas skyline flirts with you in the distance. Just downstairs, you’re steps away from the DART red and blue lines at Union Station. By foot, you can reach everything from Lubben Plaza Park and the Dallas World Aquarium in just minutes.
- Hyatt Regency DFW: Located at the airport, this Hyatt hotel is as convenient as it gets. You can check in around the clock, and then immediately retreat to a contemporary room. Hypo-allergenic mattresses are available. Enjoy a float in the outdoor heated pool when you want to soothe your muscles.
- Great Wolf Lodge Grapevine: The Great Wolf Lodge is the ultimate venue for family fun. Play all day at the indoor water park and then unwind in your suite.
You love to immerse yourself in local culture when you’re away from home, and vacations in Dallas offer you plenty of opportunities to see what the heart of Dallas is all about. If you’re a fan of watching pig skin, embed yourself in the crowd at a Cowboys game as you cheer for the local NFL team with the most avid of fans at high-tech AT&T football stadium (sometimes affectionately called Jerry World). Depending on when you visit Dallas, you may be able to see the Mavericks, Rangers, or Stars score big at the stadium, too.
No one said Dallas vacations have to be all about sports. You can also head over to the Meadows Museum of Art and stand before the renowned collection of Spanish artwork, where pieces by Picasso are part of the permanent collection. Keep an eye out for newcomers to the Dallas museum scene, including the instantly popular Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Want to explore the great outdoors? Visit White Rock Lake for fishing or stop and smell the blooms at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. From the observation deck on the Reunion Tower, you can play “I Spy” with other Dallas hot spots and plan your entire urban safari.
Festivals and Events
Before booking a cheap vacation in Dallas, check out the city’s calendar of events. Whether you want to eye guzzle feats of cinematic greatness or sink your teeth into Dallas’s best meals for less, there is an event on the schedule that will make your heart skip a beat. Visit at the end of May to enjoy the CityArts Festival, which features fine arts, music, dance, outdoor film screenings, and culinary creations in its celebration of the city's many artistic talents. August offers plenty of deals, such as Dallas Arboretum Dollar Days, which reduce the cost of admission to only $1, and DWF Restaurant Week in the middle of the month. Restaurant week features reduced prices at many local restaurants, making it a fantastic way for you to get your hands on famous barbecue and melt-in-your-mouth mashed potatoes for less.
The only thing between you and fun the size of a 10-gallon hat is one of our vacation package in Dallas, TX. Combine your hotel and flight for big savings, Texas-sized, in fact. Then buy yourself a good pair of cowboy boots and get ready to mosey with the best of them, wise wanderer.
Accommodation in Dallas
Travelocity's website has 535 Dallas hotels for you and your family to look over when planning your excursion to this well-loved city.
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, at 2121 McKinney Ave, or the Great Wolf Lodge Grapevine, at 100 Great Wolf Dr, are brimming with elegance and charm. If those don't suit your present needs, maybe you'll prefer the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, at 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd, or the Hotel Crescent Court, at 400 Crescent Ct.
Checking in near the Six Flags Over Texas can be quite a convenient option. Think about the Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Arlington/Entertainment Dist., 1 mile (2 kilometers) away, or The Sanford House Inn & Spa, just 3 miles (4 kilometers) away.