Hotels near Design District
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
The Design District sits in the Stemmons Corridor just southwest of Oak Lawn, with internationally significant Dallas Market Center to the north. The rough-around-the-edges area has been gentrifying around the 8-acre Decorative Center Dallas complex, transforming a relatively unknown neighborhood into an up-and-coming destination for restaurants and entertainment. The Trinity River Project extends from Oak Cliff into the Design District, creating numerous trails and green spaces along the river for inner city recreation and relaxation. You can't miss the striking silhouette of Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge designed by star architect Santiago Calatrava, with its magnificent arch and long spans reaching across the river from West Dallas toward downtown.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Design District

Omni Dallas Hotel
Omni Dallas Hotel
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4.3
1962 reviews
555 S Lamar St, Dallas
from $134
Hilton Anatole
Hilton Anatole
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3.5
1779 reviews
2201 N Stemmons Freeway, Dallas
from $79
Hyatt Regency Dallas
Hyatt Regency Dallas
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3.9
1839 reviews
300 Reunion Blvd, Dallas
from $119
The Joule
The Joule
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4.3
416 reviews
1530 Main St, Dallas
from $197
Dallas Marriott City Center
Dallas Marriott City Center
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4.1
234 reviews
650 N Pearl St, Dallas
from $139
Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh
Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh
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3.8
969 reviews
2927 Maple Ave, Dallas
from $129
Dallas Marriott Suites Medical/Market Center
Dallas Marriott Suites Medical/Market Center
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3.6
494 reviews
2493 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas
from $78
Adolphus Hotel
Adolphus Hotel
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3.7
2295 reviews
1321 Commerce Street, Dallas
from $129
DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas - Market Center
DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas - Market Center
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3.7
866 reviews
2015 Market Center Blvd, Dallas
from $84
Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown
Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown
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3.7
1022 reviews
1933 Main St, Dallas
from $85
More About Hotels near Design District...

The Design District sits in the Stemmons Corridor just southwest of Oak Lawn, with internationally significant Dallas Market Center to the north. The rough-around-the-edges area has been gentrifying around the 8-acre Decorative Center Dallas complex, transforming a relatively unknown neighborhood into an up-and-coming destination for restaurants and entertainment. The Trinity River Project extends from Oak Cliff into the Design District, creating numerous trails and green spaces along the river for inner city recreation and relaxation. You can't miss the striking silhouette of Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge designed by star architect Santiago Calatrava, with its magnificent arch and long spans reaching across the river from West Dallas toward downtown.

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