Homestead Studio Suites Dallas - Plano

18470 North Dallas Parkway, Dallas, Texas, 75287, United States
Extended Stay America - Dallas - Frankford Road
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rent-a-car from the airport terminal

by juliamich

I will be arriving at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport and I was wondering how I can get to the rent-a-car office from there? If I book a car online, will they pick-us up from the terminal? Or is there a shuttle bus that goes directly there? I was just wondering how it would be difficult to bring around our luggages to many places. Any help? Maybe you could also suggest good rent-a-car services.

Re: rent-a-car from the airport terminal

by YVRDave

AVIS RENT A CAR SYST DFWT01 DALLAS FT WORTH 31MAR
SHTTL - SHUTTLE SERVICE
** SHUTTLE SERVICES **
*SHUTTLE TRANSPORTATION - CAR RENTAL COMPANY VEHICLE.
*HOURS - 24 HOURS A DAY - 7 DAYS A WEEK.
*FREQUENCY - SHUTTLE OPERATES EVERY 5 MINUTES.
*PICK-UP INFORMATION - IN LOWER LEVEL OF ALL TERMINALS
GO TO BLUE SIGNS THAT ARE LOCATED IN EACH SECTION AT
EVERY TERMINAL FOR COURTESY BUS PICK-UP.
*SHUTTLE FEE - NO SHUTTLE FEE.
*DISTANCE TO VEHICLE - VEHICLE LOT IS APPROXIMATELY 50
YARDS FROM THE TERMINAL.
*SHUTTLE TIME TO VEHICLE - SHUTTLE TIME WILL AVERAGE
3-7 MINUTES.

Re: rent-a-car from the airport terminal

by mccalpin

All rental agencies are consolidated at one location at D/FW. Therefore, there is a single type of bus that picks up everyone from every terminal to take you to that location. As I recall, it is a large bus that says "RENTAL CAR" on the front, but I suppose I could be confusing that with other airports ;-). There will definitely be signage on the vehicle to differentiate the rental buses from the buses that go only to other terminals or to remote or offsite parking.

Once at the rental facility, you can probably go straight to your car after locating your name on the board IF you are a premium member of companies like Avis and Hertz, or check in at the desks otherwise.

You normally handle your own luggage on the bus; however, it is not uncommon for the driver to help you (I have never seen much rhyme or reason as to whether they do or not).

See http://www.dfwairport.com/rac/

Bill

Re: rent-a-car from the airport terminal

by YVRDave

It is nice to tip the driver a couple of dollars if he helps with your bags also.

Re: rent-a-car from the airport terminal

by ATXtraveler

The poster above is correct about it being a single unified rental car shuttle bus for all on-site agencies. All the major vendors are there, Alamo, National, Hertz, Avis, Yada-Yada.

Please do bear in mind that if you are renting a car, you will be put out on the south side of the airport, so if you have business/pleasure north of DFW, you will want to carry some cash or credit card to pay the toll out of DFW after going north (otherwise you will spend 20 minutes getting around the airport).

Definitely also allow plenty of time on return to drop the car off and get to your check in location, as the on-airport rental facility is a good 10 minutes away, and you will likely have to wait for your terminals bus.

Travel Tips for Dallas

Botanical Gardens,Six Flags...

by Boppy

Botanical Gardens,Six Flags Over Texas,John F. Kennedy Memorial,Wax Museum,and Ripleys'Believe It Or Not. When I was a child,my mother and I would go Downtown Dallas and see the Mobil Flying Red Horse,which still stands today.I am 59 yrs. of age. The Mobil Building was the tallest building at the time. Now it is dwarfed by so many taller buildings,but when I pass by there,it brings fond memories,to my mind. When I moved away rom Dallas,I missed the many Lakes in the area,like Joe Pool Lake,White Rock Lake,and others.I enjoy fishing.

Facts on the 'BIG D'

by keeweechic

Facts on the 'BIG D' :

Dallas has more shopping centres per capita than any other major U.S. City.

Dallas Market Centre is the worlds largest wholesale merchandise market.

Dallas has the largest Urban Arts District in America.

Dallas/Ft Worth Intl Airport is larger than the island of Manhattan and one of the busiest in the world.

Dallas is #16 city in America for overweight people (Houston is #1).

Dallas lays claim to having invented the Frozen Margarita Cocktail and the Chicken Fajita.

The Dallas Public Library in downtown Dallas has on permanent display one of the original copies of the Declaration of Independance printed July 4,1776.

The Cotton Bowl

by keeweechic

The Cotton Bowl was built in 1930 and was the original home to the Dallas Cowboy's. It was chosen as one of six US venues for the World Cup Soccer and played host to international soccer games in 1995 and 1996. Today events include the Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl Classic, the State Fair Classic football game and the Major League Soccer Dallas Burn home games. On an annual basis, the Cotton Bowl is home to the Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl on New Years Day as well as hosting the Red River Shootout between Texas and Oklahoma each September. The stadium holds 72,000.

Heard Museum

by btex

Heard Museum - it's just outside the town of McKinney (about a 30-40 minute drive from D.) It's a nature reserve and museum about natural history of the area. They keep birds that have been injured and that can't return to the wild. There are also nature trails where you'll see native trees and plants and animals...it's what the area would still look like if the farmers hadn't cut all the trees down all those years ago.

Deep Ellum district

by Masque1 about Deep Ellum district

Though a shadow of it's former self (or more precisely, a Universal Studios sanitized set of it's former self) Deep Ellum continues to thrive as Dallas' ecclectic live music club district of choice. Up and coming nationally touring bands come through here as well as the occasional esoteric local act that makes an impression. Ironically, the area got its start in the 80's as a collection of underground warehouse venues that featured punk/goth/fringe bands. Commerce intervened and, alas, Starbucks encroached on what was a nice little secret. After the New Bohemians and Ten Hands phenomena of the late 80's the lid was off. Anything goes these days as it's been homogenized but original period garb was black. Simply black.

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Address: 18470 North Dallas Parkway, Dallas, Texas, 75287, United States