Finding an ideal hotel in Arlington does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington, a nice option for travellers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington features room service. In addition, as a valued Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington guest, you can enjoy a pool and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as AT&T Stadium (1.7 mi) and First United Methodist Church (2.5 mi), guests of Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington can easily experience some of Arlington's most well known attractions.
While in Arlington, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington, including Saltgrass Steak House (0.7 mi), Mariano's Hacienda (0.4 mi), and Humperdinks Restaurant & Brewpub (0.2 mi).
Arlington is also home to Arlington Museum of Art, a popular art museum that is not too far from Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington.
Hyatt Place Dallas/Arlington puts the best of Arlington at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I would guess that this is the worst hotel in the entire state if Texas — and Texas is a big state. Front desk is unmanned for 30 minutes at a time at night…when anyone who pleases could walk right in, get in an elevator, and go directly you our floor/room. Filthy. Staff (when staff are actually at their station) is none to sure about most everything, including where you are and how to get around. Most restaurants in the area are boarded up, and the food at the hotel is disgusting. Stay away. Far away. My email exchanges with the manager after I checked out after one night of a six night reservations revealed more ineptitude. No kidding. Stay away.
So let me start out by saying that I recognize we’re in the middle of a pandemic. However, this place appears to be severely understaffed. That probably contributes to how dirty it is. In the staff’s defense, they are friendly, I just think overworked. The fire hazards are outrageous. Please see photos of the fire exits and how they are obstructed and cluttered with items. I am not a fire marshal, but this seems like it must be problematic. Also, it appears the fire doors don’t shut properly, which I’m pretty sure they should in the event of a fire to make sure the fire doesn’t spread to each floor. The first Photo shows what you have to touch to open the shower door. This thing I was paranoid that it would slice my hand open and is completely filthy. See photos of cereal on staircase and other nasty items for proof. I could go on and on, but I would not stay here until they fix the fire safety issue. Having been evacuated for a fire during a previous stay at another hotel, I promise you, there are fire codes for very good reasons. Even though I’d give the staff a 5 for friendliness, I can’t rate this place anything above 1 for all the apparent safety hazards. …
The staff were very nice and the hotel was very clean. I loved that they had a full complimentary hot breakfast. There was a nice bar and a lot of available parking. There was one issue with someone smoking in a room or near an intake causing the odor to fill the room.
Decent stay but wouldn’t choose it again. If this was a $100 a night stay it would’ve been fine but for $300 a night I expected better! It was just 10 mins to AT&T stadium which is why we chose it. The room was smaller than what I expected from the the pics but the beds were comfortable. Smelled like weed in the parking lot and elevators.
They make you feel special just like family, they are there for your every need. Rooms are clean and Food is really good. The Bar was nice to have in the same hotel we were staying at. They let people enjoy themselves at all levels. The staff was the best