Dallas, Texas has no shortage of great hotels, from some classic chains to local boutique options. If you’re planning a trip to this beautiful Texas city in 2022, here are seven top-rated hotels that won’t disappoint.
Omni Dallas Hotel
Omni Dallas Hotel offers a wide range of reasons to stay for an equally wide variety of guests. To start with, the elegantly modern ambiance the hotel possesses will have you feeling like royalty. Sitting in the middle of the price range for hotels, though, staying here won’t break the bank either. Omni is also home to not one but eight on-site restaurants offering options from American fare to Tex-Mex cuisine. The hotel also welcomes both pets and children, making this a trip the whole family can enjoy.
Aloft Dallas Downtown
This bright, modern hotel is a great option for all sorts of travelers and has been rated especially high by couples. Located in downtown Dallas, the hotel is located within a few minutes’ drive of many notable attractions including the Dallas Zoo and the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial. It isn’t lacking in on-site offerings either, though. You can look forward to lounging by the hotel’s outdoor pool, or grabbing a drink at the hotel’s bar.
Hyatt Regency Dallas
This sleek, modern hotel is located in the heart of Dallas. This is a great option if you’re looking for easy access to downtown Dallas, as well as a wide range of amenities to return to after a day of exploring. Some, but not all of the offerings at Hyatt Regency include an outdoor, rooftop pool, on-site dining options, and currency exchange at the front desk – making this an especially great option for international travelers.
SpringHill Suites by Marriott Dallas Richardson/University Area
If you’re looking for an option that won’t break the bank while feeling like it should, consider staying at SpringHill Suites by Marriott Dallas Richardson/University Area. This chain hotel features sleek, modern decor, a gorgeous outdoor pool, and an on-site bar. While it is a bit further from downtown Dallas than some others on this list, it is located near several attractions, including Adventure Landing Dallas and Heritage Homestead Museum.
The Westin Dallas Downtown
This family-friendly, pet-friendly hotel also offers several on-site event venues, making this a great choice for those looking to plan a special occasion in the city. Even if you’re just on a weekend getaway, though, The Westin offers various amenities that will make for an excellent stay. You can look forward to lounging by the hotel’s indoor pool, enjoying a meal from one of three on-site restaurants, or checking out the hotel’s fitness center.
Virgin Hotels Dallas
Featuring some gorgeous and eclectic decor, Virgin Hotel is sure to not only be a wholly comfortable but also memorable stay. Check out the Pool Club, the hotel’s rooftop bar-outdoor pool combo. Not only do they offer a variety of delicious drinks and lounging options, it’s also a great spot to enjoy views of the Dallas skyline from. Or, if you’re looking for something to start your morning off with, head over to Funny Library Coffee Shop. This on-site coffee shop is the perfect spot to grab some caffeine to fuel your day.
This elegant, luxurious hotel features a full-service spa, fine dining options, and a beautiful pool that make it the perfect choice for your upcoming stay. You won’t have any trouble relaxing with one of the full-body massages offered at the hotel’s spa. The on-site restaurant, the Dragonfly, offers some delicious options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can also enjoy a drink to end your day with, all without ever leaving the hotel itself. When you do want to leave, though, Hotel Zaza is located nearby places such as Winspear Opera House. It’s also only a few minutes’ drive into the heart of downtown Dallas.
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