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What you should know about Downtown Dallas

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Downtown Dallas?

Downtown Dallas has a huge number of hotel rooms and no matter which area of the district you stay in, you'll have your pick of luxury, boutique, or budget options. The downtown area is relatively small, so you'll always be just moments away from the city's attractions, like The Sixth Floor Museum or the Klyde Warren Park. Contrary to many other cities, the low season is during the summer months, when the climate may be sizzling, but so are the hotel deals. The more comfortable months are spring and fall, but try to skip the festivals when it's tough to bag a bargain.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Dallas?

The jewel of Downtown Dallas is the 21-story Adolphus on Commerce Street. Designed and built in the Beaux-Arts style, inside you'll find opulent spaces adorned by limestone fireplaces, marble bars, and a 1,500-square meter spa. With original buff brick walls, large picture windows, and proximity to the city's attractions, the Aloft Dallas Downtown doesn't disappoint. Nor does the 1,100-room Hyatt Regency Dallas in the Reunion district. This seriously impressive 28-story structure is joined onto the city's iconic observation tower and featured in the credits of the TV series, Dallas.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Dallas?

If you're not sure where to stay in the downtown area your best bet is Main Street, the most historical part of the city and the location of most of Dallas' hotels. The Adolphus Tower, Kirby Building, and Magnolia Hotel are within this area. Squeezed between Main Street and the Arts District is the City Center District, where you'll find the Majestic theater, a famous Dallas landmark and the first city building to be added to the National Register of Historic Places. Alternatively, the Reunion District is home to the Hyatt Regency, the city's most expensive hotel, and the Reunion Tower, a 561-foot high observation tower and an unmissable landmark.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Dallas?

Thanks to the glitzy skyscrapers in the downtown area, Dallas has a seriously attractive skyline. It's not all glass and heady heights, though. Hotels are also housed in the colorful red brick Victorian-era buildings which line many of the city center's streets. With growth and regeneration ongoing throughout the 21st century, many of the hotels have upped their game and you can now expect stylish décor, outdoor pools, restaurants, and cocktail bars in most of the modern properties. If you want somewhere more intimate, there are several little boutiques to choose from, too.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Dallas?

You'll need deep pockets if you're going to stay at the Hyatt Regency Dallas, but it's worth every cent of the hefty $1,300 a night price tag. Other than this exception, most of the luxury hotels hover between $250 and $500, and if you stay in the lower season, they can be considerably cheaper than that. We're not going to lie, Dallas isn't the cheapest city to visit. You'll struggle to find anything in the downtown area for less than $200 a night, but the level of service and standard of the hotels more than makes up for it.

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