Hilton Dallas Park Cities

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

5954 Luther Lane, Dallas, Texas, 75225, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
45%
76
Very Good
33%
56
Average
12%
21
Poor
5%
10
Terrible
1%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 60% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples83
  • Solo83
  • Business75

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by 110953jwr

Were there ever any green lights on the Reunion Dome when it was first turned on?

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by grandmaR

Warning lights on tall structures are always red or occasionally they are white strobes. Wouldn't have been green - green can't be seen as well at night. It's not like marking port and starboard of a ship.

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by YVRDave

The Reunion Tower(Dome) is lined in Green Neon Lights

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by mccalpin

I was on Interstate-35 (Stemmons Freeway) the first night that they turned on the light show on the onion (on top of the tower), and none of the lights were green - they were all white.

I don't believe that there are any green neon lights up the shaft of the tower, but I'm not sure. There is a bank building in downtown - 88 stories as I recall, so it's the tallest one - that has green neon lights running up the corners of the building all the way to the top; perhaps this is what you are thinking of...I'm sorry, but I no longer know the name of the building - all the buildings in downtown have changed names over the years, and I can't keep them straight...any particular reason you're asking about green lights?

Bill

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by grandmaR

It's the Bank of America building that is outlined in green neon - NOT Reunion Tower. And I understand that the Tower Clock on the Mercantile National Bank Building (known colloquially as The Merc) has a star-shaped light at the spire's top that glows green when weather forecast is fair and red when it's inclement.

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by YVRDave

Ooops, wasn't a hotel also in Green.

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by mccalpin

Hmmmn, I dunno...I guess the next time I'm downtown at night (not often), I'll take a look ;-)

Bill

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by YVRDave

Sorry, didn't read carefully.
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by mccalpin

Yeah, from the angle, that photo looks like it was taken from the 'onion' (the restaurant inside the ball of lights on top of the tower).

Bill

Travel Tips for Dallas

Easter 2006 for Kids - time for storytelling

by iris2002

WHEN > EASTER SATURDAY @ 2pm
WHERE > Barnes & Noble in Arlington

Native Americans make some damn fine storytellers.

Choctaw author and storyteller Tim Tingle has told one such tale with Crossing Bok Chitto, the story of a young Choctaw girl who befriends a family of slaves. Sure, it sounds like heavy subject matter for a kid's book, but it will make your child think, which is more than you can say for Barney. T

im Tingle visits Barnes & Noble, 3909 S. Cooper St. in Arlington, Easter Saturday at 2 p.m. to tell the story in person while accompanying himself on Native American flute and percussion. Call 817-557-1171. Sat., April 15, 2 p.m. Barnes & Noble Parks in Arlington, 3909 S Cooper St., Arlington, 817-557-1171.

well.... this isn't a cultural...

by kwirtz

well.... this isn't a cultural thing but I did see some homeless people. we walked by them a few times. that was my first experience seeing a homeless person. I was 17 then. may not be a big deal to anyone else, but then it kind of made me sad cause i wanted to help them out.

The Cotton Bowl

by sswagner

This New Year's day bowl game is a Texas tradition. The stadium is an open air arena in Fair Park and the game features two college teams which are highly ranked. The Cotton bowl seats approximately 70,000 people and usually does quite well with selling those tickets.

College football is an exciting American tradition. The Cotton Bowl is one of many bowl games featured during the holiday season. Besides the January 1 game to start the New Year, there is also an exciting game held in October between the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooner. Because the Red River marks the border between Texas and Oklahoma, this game is known as the "Red River Shootout".

Huntsville

by CliffClaven

Drive about 160 miles south towards Houston and you'll come to Huntsville. If you have an hour or so free, you can visit the Texas Prison Museum and have a look at Old Sparky. Of course, they do things more humanely down in Texas nowadays. They should do - they get a lot of practice. Indeed, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice judicially kills more people than any other state in the US or than any other country in the civilised world. When it comes to the number of executions, only places like China and Iran rank ahead of Texas: not exactly the kind of places that redneck America would normally want to be associated with. There is no denying that many of those executed are guilty of particularly heinous crimes, but there is no denying also that Texas has executed those who were minors at the time of the crime, the mentally retarded and those who had been denied their full rights under international agreements. If you live in Texas, you are more likely to be executed than to die in a plane crash.

Farmers Market

by grandmaR about International Market Place

I haven't been to this market, but I took a couple of pictures as we drove by in the car. It apparently is of the same type as the Pike Street Market in Seattle.

According to the web page:
"There are 3 covered sheds with produce vendors. You can park inside the sheds, but parking there is usually a bit crowded. There is plenty of parking outside the sheds, including an underground parking garage. Parking is free." Texas-grown fruits and vegetables, plus other produce such as strawberries, and bananas. Free samples seem to be one of the advertised amenities..

The sign says "Shed II - unique imports, gift items, jewelry, foods, furnishings and home accessories Tuesday - thru - Sunday".

The website says that they also have nuts, organic honey and fresh herb plants in addition to apples and corn on the cob.

An enclosed pavilion – open weekends only – features flea-market types finds, such as Mexican pottery and furniture. From April through June, the Market's demonstration kitchen plays host to a series of American Institute of Wine and Food-sponsored cooking classes, featuring the handiwork of Dallas-Fort Worth's top chefs.

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Address: 5954 Luther Lane, Dallas, Texas, 75225, United States