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Comprehensively transformed and perfectly situated, Sheraton Dallas Hotel is ready to exceed your expectations. We’re nestled in the city’s downtown district, near American Airlines Center, Fair Park and the diverse Deep Ellum neighborhood.
Make yourself comfortable in beautifully renovated rooms and suites with everything you need to relax and work smart – from spacious desks and high-speed Wi-Fi to our Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience. Refreshed dining options include Draft Sports Bar & Lounge, which offers 12 beers on tap and the day’s big games. You can also enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at Open Palette, a cocktail at The Parlor or an on-the-go snack from Open Market.
Meetings and events become elevated experiences in our versatile venue spaces, which have been totally transformed and include four magnificent ballrooms. If you want to explore, our hotel places the energy of downtown Dallas right at your fingertips. We can’t wait to welcome you to Sheraton Dallas Hotel. Dare to Discover our Dallas.
Dallas is a city rich in culture, history and culinary experiences as well as unique surprises. It’s home to the world-famous Dallas Cowboys, spectacular dining and entertainment, and shopping that will keep you busy for days. It’s the city where Southern hospitality meets a Texas twist.
Only in Dallas
Start with the true Texas experience at the Texas Horse Park. It’s less than 13 kilometers from downtown, but you’d never know it from the park’s serene horseback trails. For the sports fan, head west for a VIP guided tour at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys professional football team.
For a historic experience, visit The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza to walk through a timeline of John F. Kennedy’s life and presidency. You can also explore the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, go inside the president’s decision-making process in the interactive Decision Points Theater and take a photo behind the president’s desk in a full-sized replica of the Oval Office.
For a different view of Dallas, head to the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck. The observation deck – 170 meters in the sky – includes an outdoor walkway. Science lovers should stop by the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, home to one of the most impressive gem collections in the USA as well as a recently discovered dinosaur species only available for viewing in Dallas.
Famous for oil money and skyscrapers, Dallas would seem to do everything on a grand scale. But the true Dallas lies in the details, including its historic architecture, flourishing arts scene and appealing public spaces.
On your first day, get a better idea of the city’s layout, by signing up for a walking tour and discovering stunning architecture in three distinct districts. Art Deco lovers should know that Dallas holds the most Art Deco buildings and sculptures in the country, many of which are found in the 90-hectare Fair Park.
History, Art and Incredible Views
History aficionados will want to visit the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza and Sixth Floor Museum to learn more about the 35th U.S. president’s life and death.
On your second day, head to the Dallas Arts District, a sprawling neighborhood filled with art, science and history museums, as well as performance venues. For something unique, visit the gargoyle-laden Old Red Museum, Nasher Sculpture Center or the Crow Collection of Asian Art. You can catch a concert in the Arts District, enjoy free activities at the nearby Klyde Warren Park, or make your way to Kessler Theater, an intimate setting for country and folk music.
For great sunset views over the city’s skyline, visit the renovated, 143-meter GeO-Deck atop downtown’s Reunion Tower. For dinner or drinks with the best view in town, head further up to Wolfgang Puck’s Five Sixty revolving restaurant.
Dallas, Texas, is big and beautiful!