Ritz-Carlton Dallas

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

2121 McKinney Street, Dallas, Texas, 75201, United States
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
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Costs 94% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples90
  • Solo87
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

Transfer from Love Field to DFW International?

by jayhawk2000

I'm due to land at Love Field at 9am on a Saturday and need to transfer to DFW in 2 hours or less (to allow 2 hours for checking in my transatlantic flight).

Is public transport feasible or should I just flag a taxi?

Looking forward to your ideas, many thanks!

Re: Transfer from Love Field to DFW International?

by TitoA

Check www.supershuttle.com, they have the most practical and economical transportation service between the two airports.

Re: Transfer from Love Field to DFW International?

by mccalpin

Sadly, we do not have public transportation between the two airports, although we are struggling to put in light rail lines that may come close...but that won't help you any time soon.

You could try SuperShuttle, but I have to admit that they make me nervous because you don't know who else is going to be on the shuttle (which means you don't know how long it will take). If they would guarantee you the 2 hours, fine, but...

Personally, I'd take a taxi (because you know there will be one there - what if there were some confusion on the shuttle?), and eat the cost, because you'll know that you'll be at DFW in about 45 minutes (Terminal D, I assume)...


Re: Transfer from Love Field to DFW International?

by bocmaxima

Years and years ago, Southwest Airlines ran a shuttle from Love Field to DFW. That would be too easy though.
You may want to look into a one-way car rental as it may be cheaper than a taxi and, depending on how many people in your party, cheaper than the private shuttle (http://www.yellowcheckershuttle.com/). Budget usually does in-town one-way rentals for no extra charge.
Public transit would take you longer than 2 hours.

Re: Transfer from Love Field to DFW International?

by Aloe9678

Just wanted to offer good luck! If you go the rental option, try to arrive at DFW the southern route, so you'll be closer to the rental car area and won't have to drive through the whole complex. It took me almost a half hour to get from top to bottom last month!

Re: Transfer from Love Field to DFW International?

by ATXtraveler

I agree with the above posters... Bill is the most correct, if you want to ensure that you don't miss your flight check in time, then a taxi is your only assurance. If you choose the super shuttle, you will get there, but there is no guarantee. If you rent a car, you would have to get a one way rental, and unless you find a great deal, it will cost you more than the taxi.

Travel Tips for Dallas

John F. Kennedy Memorial

by OlenaKyiv

Dallas one of the most famous places known not only in US. Tell you the truth, I was not impressed by this monument, too large and too squary. As the explanation says the memorial symbolizes the freedom of JFK's spirit. I guess I don't understand the art

Texas State Fair

by kd_baby

This annual event is held in Fair Park. It offers all sorts of memorials, galleries, exibits, shows and (extremely-bad-for-you-but-good-to-you) fried food. It normally runs from the last week in September to the last week in October. Oh, and who could forget Big Tex :-)

If you want a good feel of Texas culture, this would be a good place to visit (when that time of year comes around).

Cotton Bowl - New Year's Day

by ATXtraveler

One of the most exciting sports activities to do throughout the year is to go to a College Football Bowl Game.

If you are in Dallas for New Year's, you can expect a 10am kick off at the Texas State Fair Park, home to the SBC Cotton Bowl. This New Year's tradition has been around for 69 years, and is still going strong.

The 2005 contest featured the Tennessee Volunteers taking on the Texas A&M Aggies.

The Vols came out ahead 38-7, but fun was had by all that attended.

Tickets are about $75 USD, which may be worth it just to see the pageantry. Your school colors, fun loving attitude, and cash... since the line for the ATM machine is ridiculous!!!

Start your trek south... Waco

by ATXtraveler

There are various reasons you may head South when you leave Dallas. Most people want to do the Texas trifecta, heading from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, south through Austin to San Antonio. On this journey, there are a ton of neat little towns to stop in, including Luling, Salado, Gruene, New Braunfels, San Marcos, and many others. One of the places that is often missed is the slightly larger town of Waco. I would recommend that you do make a stop in Waco on your way down South, as this town does have quite a few things to peak your interest.

Waco is home to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame for those interested in real cowboys. It is also home to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame for the sporting nuts in your group. If you would like a taste of down home flavor, the Dr Pepper Museum is worth an hour of your time, and if you love Dr Pepper, you should also stop by the Elite Cafe, which serves the best Dr Pepper Ribs in the world. Of course, I am a little biased as I lived in Waco for 4 years while attending Baylor University.

If you would like to learn more about Waco, visit my Waco page using the link below:

West End Marketplace

by keeweechic

The marketplace contains several floors of restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
The building is a former cracker and candy factory. You will find galleries, clothing, western wear, antiques, jewellery, Texas style souvenirs and clothing and more.

Open Mon - Thurs 11 am to 10 pm, Frid -Sat 11 am to midnight, Sun noon to 6 pm


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Address: 2121 McKinney Street, Dallas, Texas, 75201, United States