Downtown Dallas, Texas
Great lodging and a great location are yours when you reserve a spacious suite at our Addison, Texas hotel with easy access to downtown Dallas.
We’re a dozen miles from downtown Dallas where you’ll enjoy plenty of superb shops, restaurants, and cultural events, along with a wealth of other fun things to do.
Downtown Dallas Shopping.
There is no shortage of shops, both large and small, to browse while taking a stroll through downtown Dallas. One of the more unique antique stores is Uncommon Market, Inc., home to great gift ideas or the perfect home furnishing piece. Cowboys and cowgirls (even the urban variety) will both be drawn to Wild Bill’s Western Store. It’s the place to go for hats and boots and all things western wear. You’ll also find many classic, as well as classy, stores like Neiman Marcus and Jos. A. Bank. For more information, visit Yelp’s guide to shopping Downtown Dallas.
Addison, Texas Hotel near Downtown Dallas.
Enjoy spacious suites at our accommodating Addison, Texas hotel. Whether you’re here for work or play, you’ll be drawn to our friendly service and ample amenities, which include complimentary hot breakfast buffet, outdoor pool, business center, and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access. An exceptional location gives you easy access to the lively downtown Dallas area.
Downtown Dallas Dining.
Eat to your heart’s (and stomach’s) content at a tempting and diverse collection of restaurants. Nothing can match New York City for pizza but Coal Vine’s Pizza comes pretty darn close and their wine is pretty darn good. For a truly unique taste, try Fuse, where Asian and Texas foods collide in a cool urban setting. Upscale dining options, from beef to seafood, are prepared with a multitude of appetizers and side dishes at Charlie Palmer at the Joule. Sports fans and cheese fries aficionados will have a field day at Ten Sports Grill. For more information, visit Yelp.
Downtown Dallas Arts & Culture.
Decidedly different is probably the best way to describe the culture scene in downtown Dallas. Hal Samples is one of Dallas’ top photographers. Stop by his gallery and you’ll not only see his own provocative work, but the work of many fine local and national artists. One of America’s best small theatres, Undermain Theatre features an ensemble of dedicated performers who strive to produce innovative and stimulating plays, such as “The Black Monk” by David Rabe, which is based on an Anton Chekhov story. More traditional theatre can be found at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts where show formally bound for Broadway are now making their way across the country, including Billy Crystal’s acclaimed one-man show, “700 Sundays.” For more information visit www.thedallasartsdistrict.org.