Residence Inn Dallas Central Expressway

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10333 North Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas, 75231, United States
Residence Inn Dallas Central Expressway
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25%
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46%
18
Average
7%
3
Poor
12%
5
Terrible
7%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 40% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families62
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business78

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one day itinerary?

by penpoison

i will be in dallas for one full day very soon (tomorrow). does anyone have any recommendations on what to do for the one full day since time is so tight.

thank you.

Re: one day itinerary?

by grandmaR

Depends on what you like to do.

One possibility - go to the 6th Floor Museum of the Book Depository, go past Dealey Plaza and stop off at Pioneer Cemetery where the cattle drive sculpture is. Then have lunch in Reunion Tower, and either go to Old City Park or Fair Park after lunch.

Re: one day itinerary?

by GracesTrips

I also had 1 day in Dallas just a few weeks ago! Luckily, I had friends to show me around. The best part of the day was visiting Fort Worth. So, if you can, that's what you should see.

Re: one day itinerary?

by penpoison

thanks for the suggestions.

oops, sorry i forgot to mention that i will not have a car but will rely on public transportation.

Re: one day itinerary?

by grandmaR

Then go to the DART site and check on what transportation there is. I'm pretty sure you can get to the Reunion Tower that way.

You might also take a Dallas tour.

Re: one day itinerary?

by penpoison

thank you for all the information but i managed to see the arts district, downtown, see the long line for the convention center where barack obama was speaking. i also managed to see the stockyards and the cowtown stock rodeo which i highly recommend.

Travel Tips for Dallas

Admiral's Club Terminal A

by cjg1

When I fly I am thankful that I can enjoy the benefits of the Admiral's Club. Status on AA allows me access to the lounges for International Flights but now I have domestic flight acess as well. My wife bought me an Admiral's Club Membership as one of my Christmas gifts.

The Admirals' Club provides snacks such as fruit, cookies, crackers, pretzels and assorted beverages at no charge. There is a charge for premium alcoholic drinks and food items from the menu. They also have showers avaialble if you are in need of a pre or post flight shower after a long international flight.

We recently used the Admirals' Club in Terminal A. Personally I prefer the one in Terminal D; it is larger and brighter in appearance.

Legal Drinking Age

by keeweechic

The legal drinking age in Dallas is 21. Many nightclubs have all-ages or 18 and over shows, but you'll have to show ID at the bar. If you are in a dry area and at a restaurant, you will need a Unicard. Ask the waiter and he can give you a temporary one - just fill out the info. I got one without having to produce any ID, I guess I looked over 18:-)

The legal blood alcohol limit in Texas is .08.

FC Dallas Pro Soccer

by btex

Dallas has its own pro soccer team called FC Dallas. They used to play at the Cotton Bowl in Fair Park. Now, they have their own stadium in in Frisco (suburb north of Dallas.) The league seems to be more stable these days...the crowds still aren't that huge but they're getting bigger...and the level of play probably isn't up to par with European futbol...but they're trying. Beckham playing in LA might help the league...bringing the Cosmos back to New York would be another good idea. FC Dallas has some enthusiastic fans that play drums, sing, and set off smoke bombs during the games...sometimes they're more entertaining than the games.

Deep Ellum

by keeweechic

If you follow Elm Street east from downtown Dallas you will run into Deep Ellum. This is an entertainment and arts district of Dallas. The area was originally called Deep Elm but because early residents pronunciation sounded more like Deep Ellum and it seemed to stick. In 1883 Robert Munger invented a new cotton gin and built his first factory in Deep Ellum in 1884.

Henry Ford in 1912, also opened one of his regional assembly plants for his Model T's in Deep Ellum. The first commercial building built for and by blacks in Dallas was in Deep Ellum.

By the 1920s the area had developed into a retail and entertainment centre for residents of Dallas but primarily African Americans ones. So there was quite come background to this inner district of Dallas.

Best Sports Bar

by msbrandysue about Humperdink's

Humperdink's is the name of a small chain of sports bars. They have a great crowd, great drinks, and it gets pretty loud on the weekends. If there is a game you want to watch or just people to meet, this place will satisfy. They have trivia and video Texas Hold 'Em if you like to play while you drink. They always have Pay Per View, boxing, championships, etc.

They have a bar section and food section. There is a pretty nice size wall between the two so if you want to eat without the noise it can be done. The website will show you the range of food. However, I've only come for drinks.

Their mud slide is especially good! They also offer kegs if you're looking for a party on wheels.

It is all ages during the day but 21+ at night to get into the bar area.

There are various spots around Dallas. I prefer the one in Addison. Depends when you go...If you're going during the day jeans and sneakers are fine.

If you're going in the evening I would wear a nice shirt, nicer jeans, and nicer shoes than sneakers. It's not that they won't let you in, you'll just fit in better.

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Address: 10333 North Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas, 75231, United States