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In spite of its moniker, the neighborhood of Downtown Dallas is located in the heart of this Texas city. The area has been steadily gaining popularity since the early nougties, and today tourists can enjoy an array of nightlife and shopping spots. Like that of many other American cities, Dallas's Downtown is an area that hosts some of the city's best eateries and hotels – including the Dallas Fish Market and the historic Magnolia Hotel, built in the '20s. It is here that visitors can enjoy some of Dallas's most extensive high end retailers and rooftop cocktail lounges. The Downtown areas of the Arts District, Trinity Rivers, Victory Park and the Convention Center Corridor have undergone some expensive improvements in recent years, rendering them full of towering hotels, condominiums and the kind of high-rise office buildings that generally populate downtown districts. The reclamation projects that set Downtown Dallas on the path to opening a kind of theater district, including a 2,300-seat opera house. Downtown Hotel Service offers Hotels near Downtown Dallas that are quality hotels at a affordable price. Use our Search box above or click here to see available hotels!
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Crowne Plaza Dallas Downtown
1015 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75202 US
The Crowne Plaza Dallas Downtown is located in the historic West End, three blocks from the aquarium, and approximately 15 miles... read more
Hotel Indigo Downtown
1933 Main Street
Dallas, TX US 75201
A nationally registered landmark, the Hotel Indigo Aristocrat is located approximately eight miles from Dallas Love Field Airport and 20 miles from... read more
About Downtown Dallas
The Dallas, Texas downtown is always evolving. Office buildings have recently been converted into condos and apartments, making the downtown area more bustling in the evening than it used to be. Here are some highlights of the downtown Dallas experience:
This is one of the country's best hotels. It opened in 1912 and was built by Adolphus Busch, the founder of Anheuser-Busch. Glenn Miller and other notable musicians of the era performed at the hotel.
The Sixth Floor Museum/Texas School Book Depository
This is easily the biggest tourist attractions in Dallas. The location where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated draws people from all over the world. The actual location on the street where the assassination occurred is marked with an "X" that is white.
This part of downtown Dallas contains the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and the Nasher Sculpture Center. These buildings were designed by some of the most renowned architects in the world.
Also located in the Arts District, The Park uses an area that is on top of a highway that divides Uptown from the Arts District. The 5 acre park is at the base of the Museum Tower residential complex.
Dallas Farmer's Market
This market has been in existence for six decades and provides fresh produce and prepared food. There is also a garden center. It is one of the biggest markets in the country of its type. It is open every day of the year.
Dallas is one of a small number of U.S. cities that still has a grand train station. It provides connections for Amtrak, TRE and light-rail. The second floor has the beautifully restored Grand Hall.
When visiting Dallas, the downtown area is sure to provide you and your family with hours of entertainment. Tourists should remember that Texas can often get extremely hot in the summer. Therefore, people should plan ahead and bring water when doing any outdoor activities. Do not stay in the sun for extended periods of time on hot days.