The bed and room were very comfortable but the shower difficult to operate. The front desk is very receptive, alert, polite, and considerate. Breakfast was disappointing as some pats of butter were clearly melted and re-solidified and there was barely anything to choose from. The bread looked like it had been sitting out there for a while. Some snacks to buy are also expired but thankfully I was able to get some oreos and ramen for a quick dinner (since I arrived at 11 pm) for pretty cheap.
Located in Market Center, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Dallas Market Center and American Airlines Center. University …More
Just stayed there this weekend for a conference and the hotel looks nice. New addition is very pretty, however, trying to open the doors to the addition where you enter the parking garage is challenging when you have a suitcase and your hands full. Would have been nice if they had added automatic doors. Guest rooms are comfortable and a good size. The restaurant, Amador, was good but it would be helpful if they indicated any kind of gluten free or allergy free foods on the menu. Very heavy on beef (which I don't really eat) and not a lot of options. The conference I attended was the Gluten Free & Allergy Free Expo yet the hotel does not even offer gluten free bread in this day and age. Surprising and disappointing. The food that I did have was tasty and a good value for the price. Would like to see them advance a bit in terms of more allergy friendly options and/or indications.
Traveller from Houston, TX
Located in the Dallas Market Center complex, this upscale, elliptically shaped hotel is 1 mile from the American Airlines …More
First off, I travel a lot. I have stayed at many hotels from high-end to mid-grade hotels. The hotel check-in process for the Hilton at this mega resort was terrible! How can you have 2 people working the front desk at prime time check in at 3pm! The line was about 15-20 people deep and had to waste 45 minutes to check-in. My advice to Hilton is to get your act together you know how many people are checking in so please don't waste your guest time!
Traveller from Chicago
Set on 45 acres adjacent to the Dallas Market Center and the fast-growing Dallas Design District, just 2 miles from downtown …More
For many retail buyers, “going to market” means one thing: seeing the latest consumer goods at the Dallas Market Center. The world’s largest wholesale mart hosts more than 50 trade shows each year for retail professionals. The products on display here appear on store shelves in a season or two. The center’s neighbor, the UT Southwestern Medical Center, is deemed among the nation’s top hospitals.