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Find adventure when you stay in the hourly rooms of Hampton Inn Dallas-Irving-Las Colinas hotel. Six Flags Over Texas is nearby, as are Texas Motor Speedway and Cowboy stadium. Free parking and free Wi-Fi welcome guests to the hotel, and with all the distractions of Dallas (such as art galleries, botanical gardens, and many museums) there’s plenty to see and do.
Diverse Dining – Hibachi fans are in luck as there’s a Benihana restaurant by the hotel door, so if you like dishes grilled right by your table it’s readily accessible. Top notch Japanese cuisine isn’t far away either, with nigiri, sushi, and more on the menu at Edoko Omakase. Southwestern and Tex-Mex fine dining is on offer at Via Real Restaurant, plus there’s a broad range of tequila options. Meanwhile, LAW Restaurant serves up seafood and prime meat dishes prepared with a Texan twist.
Six Flags Over Texas – Six Flags Over Texas is southwest of the day rooms and provides visitors with over 200 acres of entertainment. This sprawling amusement park has more than 50 thrilling rides, in addition to live musical performances and shows aimed at family audiences. For travelers with children in tow, or who just love to get their adrenaline surging, it’s a top Texan treat.
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden – A more tranquil time can be enjoyed at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Located by White Rock Lake, this 70 acre site of floral attraction is a beautiful and relaxing place to unwind and admire the greenery, perhaps getting some inspiration if you’re a budding gardener.
Dallas Museum of Art – The Dallas Museum of Art exhibits testaments to human creativity from cultures across the globe, spanning thousands of years of history. From the Stone Age to the likes of Monet and Picasso, artistic aficionados have plenty to absorb as they wander the galleries. Nearby there’s also the Crow Museum of Asian Art, with works from 1000 BC to the modern day.
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