Hotels near Oak Cliff
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
The site of city founder John Neely Bryan's first settlement, Oak Cliff is one of Dallas' more established neighborhoods. Massive oak trees, hilly terrain and panoramic views of the Dallas skyline enhance Oak Cliff's beauty, and the location is convenient to Downtown, DFW Airport and Arlington attractions, plus The Dallas Zoo in Southwest Dallas. The Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff has attracted artists, restaurateurs, and boutique shop owners to this dynamic, creative mecca. Many of the area's 1920s architecture has been stunningly restored. Have lunch in a quaint bistro and hunt for the perfect souvenir in this unique Dallas enclave.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Oak Cliff

Hilton Dallas/Park Cities
Hilton Dallas/Park Cities
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3.9
172 reviews
5954 Luther Ln, Dallas
from $129
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
Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown
Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown
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3.7
1010 reviews
1933 Main St, Dallas
from $85
Hyatt Regency Dallas
Hyatt Regency Dallas
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3.9
1856 reviews
300 Reunion Blvd, Dallas
from $119
Embassy Suites Hotel Dallas Market Center
Embassy Suites Hotel Dallas Market Center
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3.9
686 reviews
2727 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas
from $109
Hotel ZaZa Dallas
Hotel ZaZa Dallas
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4.4
375 reviews
2332 Leonard St, Dallas
from $259
Adolphus Hotel
Adolphus Hotel
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3.7
2281 reviews
1321 Commerce Street, Dallas
from $129
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
Americas Best Value Inn
Americas Best Value Inn
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2.4
172 reviews
3243 Merrifield Avenue, Dallas
from $49
Hyatt Place Dallas-North/by the Galleria
Hyatt Place Dallas-North/by the Galleria
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3.7
953 reviews
5229 Spring Valley Rd, Dallas
from $80
More About Hotels near Oak Cliff...

The site of city founder John Neely Bryan's first settlement, Oak Cliff is one of Dallas' more established neighborhoods. Massive oak trees, hilly terrain and panoramic views of the Dallas skyline enhance Oak Cliff's beauty, and the location is convenient to Downtown, DFW Airport and Arlington attractions, plus The Dallas Zoo in Southwest Dallas. The Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff has attracted artists, restaurateurs, and boutique shop owners to this dynamic, creative mecca. Many of the area's 1920s architecture has been stunningly restored. Have lunch in a quaint bistro and hunt for the perfect souvenir in this unique Dallas enclave.

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