A Giant Reborn
At the end of the 19th century, the John D. Rockefeller Corporation Standard Oil was nearing the end of its reign due to public outcry over the publication of an expose called “The History of the Standard Oil Co.” The Supreme Court, unable to hold off the rather vehement reaction of its constituents, forced the company to be broken into 34 separate companies. Two of these child companies became Exxon and Mobil, both easily becoming household names due their success and proliferation in the oil industry. And what the government sought to tear asunder in 1911 was reborn in 1999 with a $73.7 billion agreement that merged the two companies into the Exxon Mobil Corporation. Today, when you stay at one of the hotels near the Exxon Mobil HDQ in Dallas, you will not only find yourself part of a legacy that has roots that reach back almost 150 years, you’ll also get to enjoy the best of what Dallas has to offer to all of its visitors.
Work Hard, Play Hard
Just because you have to stay at one of the hotels near Exxon Mobil HDQ in Dallas doesn’t mean that you can’t find some time to enjoy yourself. Don’t worry, every one of the nearby hotels, be it the Fairfield Inn and Suites or Hyatt Place, is prepared to support your work day with services in their business centers, plenty of event space to hold meetings, and rooms and suites outfitted with the working traveler in mind. But, they are also located around the city so that you can also take a bit of time, maybe in the evening or a day off, to enjoy such nearby attractions as the Sixth Floor Museum, the American Airlines Center, the Dallas Zoo, or Six Flags over Texas. You work hard, you deserve the chance to play hard as well.