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Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center

Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located near the Texas Love Field Airport, the Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center is your typical chain hotel -- the decor is generic, but all rooms have been updated with flat-screen TVs. But perks include an indoor pool, free parking, and free Wi-Fi. The hotel is right on the freeway, and a 15-minute drive away from downtown Dallas; visitors hoping to be within walking distance of tourist attractions may consider staying in a downtown hotel.
BEST WESTERN PLUS Dallas Hotel & Conference Center

BEST WESTERN PLUS Dallas Hotel & Conference Center Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 160-room Best Western Plus Dallas Hotel and Conference Center is a budget-friendly, mid-range business haven decorated with contemporary decor. Features include 24-hour front desk service, seven meeting rooms, a large computer center, a modern gym, an on-site restaurant, a bar with a lounge, and a market. Modern rooms have stylish furnishings, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and microwaves. The hotel is in North Dallas, which is about a 20-minute drive to downtown Dallas.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas Love Field

La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas Love Field Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 102-room La Quinta Inn & Suites Dallas Love Field offers mid-range amenities at budget rates. It's about a 15-minute drive from downtown Dallas, and about three miles from Dallas Love Field Airport. It has an outdoor pool and hot tub, a restaurant, 24-hour fitness center, laundry room, a business center, and meeting room. The modern rooms include flat-screen TVs with premium cable and HD channels, microwaves, coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi. Suites with separate living areas and sofa beds are also available. It's in an industrial location outside the city center, which means there's nothing within walking distance.
Wyndham Dallas Love Field

Wyndham Dallas Love Field Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Although the airport-adjacent branch of this hotel mega chain mostly appeals to the business traveler set, the Wyndham Dallas Love Field is a great option for budget visitors as well. Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and have a contemporary, updated look. And extra touches -- such as the airport flight monitors in the lobby, the comfy in-room "smart" chairs with outlets, and the swivel desk for laptops -- are higher tech than you might expect from a mid-range hotel. A simple outdoor pool (albeit short on lounge chairs) and a lively on-site sports bar may keep short-term guests entertained, but if you're in Dallas to fully experience the city, consider staying closer to downtown at the Magnolia Hotel or Crowne Plaza Downtown.
Hyatt House Dallas/Uptown

Hyatt House Dallas/Uptown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hyatt House Dallas is designed for those on extended stays, and features large rooms with kitchenettes and sitting areas. Though there is nothing particularly charming about the hotel (room decor is bland, and looks similar to what one may find in a dorm -- especially the striped bedspread), it does have an above-average courtyard pool area, and the freebies are endless: breakfast, Wi-Fi, a cocktail hour, and even free grocery shopping services. It's located in trendy Uptown, if a bit removed from the neighborhood's main action. Business travelers may appreciate the 24-hour access to the fitness center, business center, and convenience store.
Aloft Dallas Downtown

Aloft Dallas Downtown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Aloft Downtown Dallas is located in a historic building, and has a trendy, loft-inspired feel, with sleek, colorful rooms featuring large flat-screen TVs, exposed brick accents, and concrete ceilings. Rooms are on the smaller side (typical for a historic building) and the attempts to make the best use of space can be a bit odd -- in some rooms, the mini-fridge is located under the bathroom sink. Nonetheless, the hotel has become popular due to its outdoor pool, large industrial-chic lobby complete with a 24-hour snack bar, and overall value.
Hyatt Regency Dallas

Hyatt Regency Dallas Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 1,120-room Hyatt Regency Dallas is a mid-range luxury hotel in downtown Dallas. The property is enormous, modernly designed, and next door to Reunion Tower, one of Dallas’ landmark attractions. Its convenient downtown location means there’s plenty to do and see within walking distance, while on-site facilities like a small pool, several dining choices, and 24-hour fitness center make it ideal for business as well. Like the common spaces, the rooms at the Hyatt are large, contemporary, and handsomely designed. Past guests have complained about long lines and extra charges for Wi-Fi.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dallas Central - Market Center

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dallas Central - Market Center Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Chances are if you're considering the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dallas Central - Market Center, you're not looking for much more than an affordable place to sleep -- and there's nothing wrong with that. The rooms are clean and in good condition, the beds are comfortable, and there's a free buffet breakfast -- standard in all Holiday Inn Express hotels. The main downfall is the hotel's location -- downtown Dallas and all area attractions and restaurants are a drive away. If you're here for the Market Center, this is a great budget option. But if you're a business traveler less concerned with value and want to be closer to the action, consider staying at the Crowne Plaza Downtown instead.


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