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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dallas-Medical Center Star Rating 2        
1521 Inwood Road

Within 4 miles from downtown Dallas, this straightforward budget hotel is also 6 miles from the Dallas Zoo and 4 miles from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.The classic rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers, along with microwaves and minifridges. Upgraded rooms and suites add kitchenettes and separate living areas with pull-out sofas.
Dallas Marriott City Center Star Rating 4        
650 N Pearl Street

This upscale urban hotel is a 15-minute walk from the Dallas World Aquarium and 2.6 miles from Reunion Tower's observation deck.The contemporary rooms and suites have flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, desks and coffeemakers.
Embassy Suites Hotel Dallas Love Field Star Rating 3        
3880 West Northwest Highway

This upscale hotel with an 8-story atrium is 3.6 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport and 9 miles from Dallas World Aquarium.Modern rooms offer flat-screen TVs, WiFi (fee) and MP3 docks, as well as microwaves and minifridges.
Doubletree Hotel Dallas Market Center Star Rating 3        
2015 Market Center Blvd

This upscale hotel in Dallas' Design District is a 1-minute drive from Market Center and 9 minutes' drive from Love Field Airport, plus 7 minutes' drive from the downtown Dallas Convention Center.All rooms offer sophisticated decor and custom-designed beds, plus flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee). Some rooms have balconies.
Le Meridien Dallas The Stoneleigh Star Rating 4.5        
2927 Maple Avenue

This upscale hotel in a 1923 art deco building is less than a mile from events at the American Airlines Center, 1.2 miles from the Dallas Museum of Art and 3 miles from Reunion Tower.Refined rooms featuring high-end furnishings offer 42-inch flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi for a surcharge, iPod docks and desks.
Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center Star Rating 4        
7050 Stemmons Freeway

This upmarket hotel and conference center is 5 miles from the Dallas Museum of Art and 7 miles from the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas.The refined, classic rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and work desks. Upgraded rooms add pull-out couches.
Motel 6 - Dallas - Fair Park        
8510 East R.L.Thornton Frwy

This unpretentious budget property is just off Interstate 30, 3.2 miles from Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, and 3.7 miles from Fair Park.
Motel 6 Dallas - Forest Lane Star Rating 2        
2660 Forest Lane I-635 at Josey Lane/Denton Drive

This unpretentious budget lodging is off Interstate 635, 5.3 miles from the Galleria Shopping Mall and 12 miles from downtown Dallas.The colorful, modern rooms include TVs with expanded cable channels, plus wood floors, granite countertops and free WiFi.
Motel 6 Dallas Garland Star Rating 1        
436 W I-30 I-30 at Beltline Road, Exit #59

This unpretentious budget lodging is next to Interstate 30, a 13.4-mile drive from downtown Dallas and 4.3 miles from Lake Ray Hubbard.
Extended Stay America - Dallas - Vantage Point Dr Star Rating 2        
9019 Vantage Point Rd

This unpretentious all-suite hotel off I-635 is 10 miles from the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden and 11 miles from Downtown Dallas.The modest suites feature complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and kitchenettes, as well as desks. Children age 17 and under stay free with a paying adult.
 
 
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Dallas is located in North Texas is one of the most famous cities in all of the United States. In addition to being one of the country's largest metropolises, the city is also a popular tourist attraction, with some 44 million people making their way to this part of the world every year. In addition to Dallas, the city of Fort Worth - which is connected to Dallas by 30 miles of suburbs - is also a popular destination, although most visitors regard the two destinations as one. Visit the Reunion Tower observation deck to see just how far the urban sprawl extends. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) - which offers flights to and from five of the seven continents - is the principle gateway for visitors to the city. The airport is located between Dallas and Fort Worth and offers bus, railway, shuttle, taxi and hire car links to both cities.

The majority of Dallas visitors opt to stay in Downtown Dallas, close to the majority of the city's attractions. Fort Worth also proves to be a draw, thanks in part to its old west ambiance and architecture. One of the most popular and historically significant tourist destinations in Dallas is Dealey Plaza, the site of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Visit the Sixth Floor Museum to see where the shot was fired, and to learn more about that fateful day.

Dallas is home to a wealth of cultural centers that prove popular with visitors. Those looking for the region's best art collections should visit the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Kimbell Art Museum. The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is particularly popular with younger visitors. Other popular family destinations include the Dallas Zoo and Dallas World Aquarium. Visitors looking to enjoy an afternoon under the Texas sun should make a beeline for Klyde Warren Park or the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Dallas is very much a sports town, with locals proving to be extremely passionate about their teams. The NBA's Dallas Mavericks (basketball) and NHL's Dallas Stars (ice hockey) play at American Airlines Center in downtown Dallas. Major League Baseball's Texas Rangers are based at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

Football:Texas though, making the NFL's Dallas Cowboys the No. 1 draw in the region. The Cowboys play at the gargantuan AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Visitors may find it hard to secure tickets to see "America's Team" but a tour of the stadium - and its gigantic video screen - is well recommended.

Visitors staying in Dallas should spend at least a day in neighboring Fort Worth. Considered to be "Where the West Begins", the city houses a wide range of attractions and amenities. Take a visit to the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District to step back in time, before visiting Sundance Square and its many facilities. Families will enjoy a trip to Forth Worth Zoo. Unlike some other destinations in Texas, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex experiences seasonal weather, including snow. The city is hugely popular during the summer, although visitors with leeway in their vacation dates would do well to avoid high summer and the stifling temperatures that it brings with it. March to May and September to November usually turn out to be ideal for visiting.