DALLAS: Dallas - Anything That you Want it to be and More
The shoppers’ paradise of Dallas is bisected by the Trinity River and sprawls across its flood plain in a giant conurbation of residential, manufacturing and financial districts. Everything about Dallas is larger than life, including its huge selection of upscale and mid-range hotels and shopping malls.
Sights you mustn't miss
• Dallas is sports-mad, and catching the world-famous Dallas Cowboys in action is always a historic NFL experience. The Sixth Floor Museum, dedicated to the assassination of President John F Kennedy, is set in the exact place from which the fatal shots were fired. Lovers of contemporary sculpture will enjoy the Nasher Sculpture Centre, and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is fun for adults and kids alike. Timing your visit to the autumn Texas State Fair reveals Texas and its Wild West history in all its riotous glory.
Fun things to do
• White Rock Lake gives a welcome escape from crowded city streets, and the lake’s still waters are believed to be haunted at night. Sandy Lake Amusement Park, a favourite with residents for more than 40 years, has picnic areas as well as rides and arcades, and rodeo shows take place regularly at the Mesquite Championship Rodeo grounds. If you’re addicted to golf, you’re in exactly the right place to sample one of the many excellent courses in the around the city. For nightlife, Deep Ellum district is trendy for its dance clubs, bars and music venues.
Wining and dining
• Steakhouses, BBQ joints, grills and TexMex eateries are all Dallas favourites, based on its history as a cow town in a far-southern ranch state. The city boasts even more restaurants than New York itself, with world cuisines as well as American foods available at all price levels. Downtown is the dining hub, popular for fusion foods as well as Asian, Mexican and Italian eateries and all-American meat-heavy offerings. Fresh seafood comes into its own in sushi houses, and old-school pub grub is found in the city’s Design District.
• The pretty, old-fashioned town square at Denton, half an hour from Dallas, is a refreshing change from high-rise glamour, and fans of the TV series Dallas won’t want to miss the chance to tour South Fork Ranch. Lake Texoma, an hour’s drive away on the border with Oklahoma, gives fishing, fresh air and endless vistas. The infamous Waco, an hour to the south, hosts the Texan Rangers Hall of Fame and the Dr Pepper Museum.
Dallas can be practically anything you want it to be. Are you looking forward to enjoying a luxurious vacation experience in Dallas? Stay at The Joules, a stunning hotel that sits in Main Street District, near the Comerica Bank Tower and Renaissance Tower. The Joules offers outstanding interiors, exemplary service, and green hotel policies as well.
The Grand Hyatt Dallas Fort Worth is airport-close Dallas hotel. In fact, this hotel is located inside of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport’s renovated Terminal D, which makes it convenient for business and leisure travelers who are looking for an easy-access hotel. The Grand Hyatt is 20 miles from downtown Dallas and 15 miles from Cowboys Stadium.
When you need a Dallas hotel that is right in the heart of the city, there are plenty of options. Consider the Omni Dallas Hotel, a 4.5-star luxury hotel in Dallas’ revitalized downtown district, near the Dallas World Aquarium, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, and American Airlines Center.
Be sure to take some time to explore downtown Dallas’ thriving arts and culture scene. Art lovers fill up days visiting gems like the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center, which is the world’s first museum devoted entirely to contemporary sculpture. The Hyatt Regency Dallas and the Dallas Marriott City Center are affordable lodging options just minutes from another wonderful sculpture-filled destination, the Trammel Crow European Sculpture Garden. Visit Dallas today and plan your perfect vacation with the help of Cheaprooms.com.
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