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Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Richardson-Dallas offers day guests easy access to Dallas and numerous restaurants in the vicinity. Ghost hunters have a nearby haunted house to explore, and there’s a performing arts center close at hand, plus the museums and other attractions you’d expect in a major city.
Diverse Dining – There are more than a dozen dining options in the vicinity, including housemade tamales/sauces and other classic Mexican fare at Frankie’s Mexican Cuisine. Ali Baba Mediterranean Grill serves up Lebanese grilled fare and meze, with a large lunch buffet and all you can eat option. Fans of Japanese treats can find both traditional dishes and less commonplace menu items at Sushi Sake. Other styles in the local area include Chinese, Thai, Tex Mex, and seafood.
Performing Arts – Just to the south of the hotel, day visitors can find the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations. There’s an art gallery to browse, three performance spaces, a bar, and pre-show buffet dinners. Check ahead of time to see what’s on and ensure you can get tickets.
Dark Hour Haunted House – A short way to the north is an unorthodox but intriguing attraction: Dark Hour Haunted House. Not one for the easily scared, live actors, animatronics, and cunning use of human psychology make this a ghoulishly excellent experience to remember.
Dallas – To the hotel’s south, Dallas has all the big city attractions you could hope for. The Dallas Museum of Art has a huge collection of artworks spanning human history, and there are works by Spanish masters displayed at the Meadows Museum. Not far away over 2,000 animals are resident in Dallas Zoo for wildlife enthusiasts to admire. Set beside White Rock Lake, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is a wonderfully peaceful spot to relax.
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Free continental breakfast.