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Hilton Dallas Park Cities

Hilton Dallas Park Cities
Dog-Friendly Hotels
5954 Luther Lane
Dallas,
Texas 75225


Call 833-475-2275 Tollfree To Book This Hotel

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You'll find perks like on-site dining, a huge fitness center and a heated rooftop pool at the non-smoking, pet-friendly Hilton Dallas Park Cities. Business-traveler trappings merge with resort-like amenities at the well-appointed Hilton Park Cities. The property's 224 rooms offer signature bedding with 250-thread-count sheets, bathrobes, upscale bath products, two phones with voicemail, mp3 hookups, room service and free HBO. Work out anytime in the 2,000-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center, perfect your breaststroke in the heated rooftop pool, or get caught up at the business center. For a little extra, you can have valet parking, Wi-Fi or babysitting services. The on-site restaurant dishes out comfort food with a Southern flair. The Hilton is three miles from the University Park and Highland Park neighborhoods, a vibrant area where historic homes mix with student-friendly restaurants and nightclubs. Upscale shopping at NorthPark Center Mall just two miles away. Dallas Love Field Airport is five miles from the hotel, and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is 19 miles. our guests recommend this "clean, comfortable" Hilton, with its "fabulous" location and "friendly and attentive" staff, for both business travelers and vacationers.

This upscale hotel offers numerous on site amenities for business and leisure travelers, plus a convenient location to shopping, dining, and entertainment areas. Dogs up to 70 pounds are allowed for 3rd floor accommodations for an additional one time pet fee of $75 per room; they must be crated when left alone in the room.