With a number of rail networks close by guests are ensured a full day of exploring Dallas’ main attractions including the Reunion Tower’s 50-storey observation deck and the story behind JFK’s assassination at the Sixth Floor Museum and Grassy Knoll Park. Guests can return to relax in their luxuriously spacious and well-appointed suite before a few lazy laps in the heated indoor pool, an energy-boosting gym session or a bubbling spa bath before heading out to sample a traditional Tex-Mex feast at one of the nearby restaurants.
Why we recommend Baymont Inn and Suites
- Spacious, well-appointed suites
- Heated indoor pool and spa
- Fitness centre and business facilities
- Close to major attractions
- Stroll to restaurants and entertainment
Attractions near Baymont Inn and Suites
Bird's Eye views from Reunion Tower
This towering icon of the Dallas city skyline is an essential stop on any sightseeing tour – don’t miss your chance to catch views of the city from 50-storeys up. Visit the GeO-Deck observation platform to enjoy panoramic vistas of the city, and take a peek through a telescope for a closer look at the surrounding streets and landmarks.
But the experience isn't over after taking in the views. Take a seat and relax with a meal or a drink at the award-winning Five Sixty Restaurant or Cloud Nine Café. There is also an interactive museum with exhibits dedicated to the city’s heritage. Be sure to pick up a memento from the gift shop before you leave.
Remember JFK at Sixth Floor Museum
For many years Dallas tried to escape its legacy as the city where President Kennedy was assassinated. But the flocks of visitors who come here year after year hoping to find out more about this significant day in American history led to the opening of the Sixth Floor Museum. Located on the very spot where gunman Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested in November 1963, this place is a revered attraction.
The museum celebrates the life and achievements of John F. Kennedy and provides a comprehensive overview of the events of that day, with photographs, video and other artefacts piecing the story together. Visiting the museum can be an emotional experience, but is a must-do on any trip to Dallas.
|Wheel chair access in hotel||Laundry room|
|Swimming pool (indoor)||Health club or gym|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet (wireless)||Cable TV|
|Iron and ironing board||In room safe|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|