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Fort Worth lies just west of Dallas and is, according to Will Rogers, "where the West begins." Here you will find restored,
authentic Western saloons, and the Stockyards National Historic District, home of the mechanical bull at Billy Bob's
Texas, daily cattle drives and the rodeos. Dallas began as a frontier trading post more than 150 years ago, and over the
years has facilitated commerce between East and West in whatever service or commodity was dominant at the time. By the
beginning of the last century, Dallas was established as the main East-West broker for railroads, agriculture and banking,
and to this day is regarded as the commercial capital of the central South. The wealth that the people of Dallas have
amassed over their years of commercial leadership has been spent well on the arts, education and municipal planning, creating
the finest examples of all of the elements that one expects to find in major cities, and making the Dallas area one
of the more exciting and enriching places in which to live or visit.
You can begin browsing for lodging options in the Dallas area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|Central Dallas lodging in the business district, market center and theater center areas.
|Dallas addresses within the loop formed by I-635, the LBJ Freeway.
|Lodging in areas such as Addison, Plano, Richardson and Farmer's Branch and the Galleria.
|Lodging options in cities such as Arlington and Grand Prairie, close to the Six Flags Parks.
|Dallas - Fort Worth Airport
|Lodging near the Dallas - Fort Worth International Airport, in cities such as Irving, Euless and Grapevine.
|Fort Worth, a major metro area in its own right, is located 35 minutes to the west of central Dallas.
|Lodging in communities east of downtown Dallas, such as Garland and Mesquite.
|Lodging options in communites surrounding the Greater Dallas area, including Denison, DeSoto, Duncanville, Waxahachie, Greenville and others.
Crescent Court Hotel
Uptown Arts District
The Adolphus Hotel
The Mansion on Turtle Creek
Wyndham DFW South
Hilton at Lincoln Centre
Four Seasons Resort & Club
Hyatt Regency DFW
Renaissance Worthington Hotel
Know before you go: You can find a calendar of Dallas events and other happenings in the Dallas EventGuide, Greater Dallas's online interactive calendar.
Area Facts: Fort Worth, now nicknamed "Cowtown," was the last stop on the Chisholm Trail in the mid-1800s, which was known at that time as "Hell's Half Acre." The local area code for Dallas is 214; Fort Worth's local area code is 817.
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