Hotels near Deep Ellum
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
A former Freedman's Town (historic slave neighborhood) based around Elm Street, this diverse enclave of arts and music just east of downtown is a world of music and history. The area referred to as Deep Elm (affectionately pronounced "Deep Ellum") was a premier jazz and blues hotspot of the 1920s and '30s, and today provides a range of music experiences. Enjoy avante-garde shops, art galleries, and singular restaurants in this upbeat neighborhood, or explore streets and structures decorated with Deep Ellum's signature murals.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Deep Ellum

Magnolia Hotel Dallas
Magnolia Hotel Dallas
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3.7
1968 reviews
1401 Commerce St, Dallas
from $125
Americas Best Value Inn
Americas Best Value Inn
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2.4
172 reviews
3243 Merrifield Avenue, Dallas
from $49
Holiday Inn Central Park Cities
Holiday Inn Central Park Cities
6070 North Central Expressway, Dallas
from $81
Galaxy Inn Dallas
Galaxy Inn Dallas
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3.4
74 reviews
1736 Fort Worth Ave, Dallas
from $52
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas - Campbell Centre
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas - Campbell Centre
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3.5
862 reviews
8250 N Central Expy, Dallas
from $79
Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre
Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre
5410 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy, Dallas
from $99
Holiday Inn Dallas Market Center
Holiday Inn Dallas Market Center
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3.6
642 reviews
4500 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas
from $71
Embassy Suites Dallas - Near the Galleria
Embassy Suites Dallas - Near the Galleria
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3.7
384 reviews
14021 Noel Road, Dallas
from $107
The Park Inn by Radisson Dallas Love-Field
The Park Inn by Radisson Dallas Love-Field
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2.3
741 reviews
1241 W Mockingbird Ln, Dallas
from $64
Courtyard by Marriott Dallas LBJ at Josey
Courtyard by Marriott Dallas LBJ at Josey
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3.8
274 reviews
2930 Forest Ln, Dallas
from $69
More About Hotels near Deep Ellum...

A former Freedman's Town (historic slave neighborhood) based around Elm Street, this diverse enclave of arts and music just east of downtown is a world of music and history. The area referred to as Deep Elm (affectionately pronounced "Deep Ellum") was a premier jazz and blues hotspot of the 1920s and '30s, and today provides a range of music experiences. Enjoy avante-garde shops, art galleries, and singular restaurants in this upbeat neighborhood, or explore streets and structures decorated with Deep Ellum's signature murals.

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