Hotels near Deep Ellum
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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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Hyatt Place Dallas/Park Central
Hyatt Place Dallas/Park Central
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3.9
636 reviews
12411 N Central Expy, Dallas
from $76
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
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4.0
102 reviews
2121 McKinney Ave, Dallas
from $399
Sheraton Dallas Hotel
Sheraton Dallas Hotel
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3.4
2820 reviews
400 Olive St, Dallas
from $119
NYLO Dallas South Side
NYLO Dallas South Side
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4.1
835 reviews
1325 S Lamar St, Dallas
from $134
Rosewood Crescent
Rosewood Crescent
400 Crescent Ct, Dallas
from $285
Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center
Crowne Plaza Dallas Market Center
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3.2
1359 reviews
7050 Stemmons Freeway, Dallas
from $76
Embassy Suites Hotel Dallas Market Center
Embassy Suites Hotel Dallas Market Center
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3.9
890 reviews
2727 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas
from $92
The Joule
The Joule
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4.5
469 reviews
1530 Main St, Dallas
from $197
Courtyard by Marriott Dallas LBJ at Josey
Courtyard by Marriott Dallas LBJ at Josey
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4.0
270 reviews
2930 Forest Ln, Dallas
from $69
Sheraton Suites Market Center
Sheraton Suites Market Center
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3.5
1443 reviews
2101 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas
from $92
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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