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Where to stay in Dallas

Exploring Dallas

As the 3rd largest city in Texas, Dallas is the largest metropolitan area and boasts a great share of landmarks and sightseeing opportunities. Searching Dallas hotels for a decent place to stay won’t be a challenge, especially with several options that cater to any budget out there.

Spark a conversation with the locals there and chances are, you’ll be reminded of how ‘amazing’ the Dallas Mavericks are in basketball. Aside from visiting sports-related attractions, shoppers will want to know that Dallas has more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the US. Considering how big the country is, that is a statement no shopper should take lightly.

Accommodations in Dallas

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Dallas is the The Thornton Inn Bed & Breakfast Inn, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Cheerful 1BR w/ Pool in Downtown Near Shopping in Dallas as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Dallas

- Downtown Dallas

Bounded by the freeway loop of four interstate highways, Downtown Dallas is rich with cultural and historical attractions and jam- packed with restaurants, nightlife and shopping. In the center are gleaming skyscrapers and Dealey Plaza, where the Sixth Floor Museum memorializes John F Kennedy. North of the plaza lies the West End Historic District, its warehouses transformed into eclectic shops and restaurants. East of plaza is Dallas Arts District, the city’s cultural center, home to world-class institutions like the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Tramwell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Arts. The jazz clubs and funky shops that define Deep Ellum are just east, under the interstate overpass.

- Uptown - Oak Lawn

North of downtown, stylish Uptown deserves its glamorous reputation as the nexus of all things chic and sophisticated. Modern condominiums and elegant townhouses rub shoulders with the trendy restaurants and art galleries clustered on McKinney Avenue. A few blocks to the west, Old Town is the heart of artsy and gay Dallas. Cedar Springs Road caters to its upscale residents with a smattering of stylish restaurants, shops and nightclubs. The Dallas Theater Center stages an eclectic mix of local and touring productions.

Transportation in Dallas

The main “entrance” by air is through Dallas-Fort Worth International airport and Love Field. These airports serve both international and domestic flights, and are well connected to the city central by shuttle and car. If you’re coming in by car, then the I-35, 75 south, I-45 and I-20 are the main highways that get you into the city.

Dallas travel guides

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