Attractions and Things to Do
When you book your stay in Downtown Dallas, you will be close to the Business District, the Art District, shopping, and dining. For an even better location, book rooms and suites in hotels near the AT&T Headquarters in Dallas. This provides you with the luxury of this prime location and additionally ensures a uxurious stay in a historic Dallas building that has been beautifully renovated with exquisite modern conveniences. Many of the AT&T headquarter hotels were built in the early 1900s, especially the Magnolia Hotel Dallas and the Adolphus Hotel.
The most efficient way to get around in Downtown Dallas is either walking in the neighborhoods around hotels near AT&T headquarters or by taking the public bus system. The public system, such as the Amtour-Lone Star coaches, Dart- Dallas Area Rapid Transit and the McKinney Avenue Transit, are quite efficient and run every 15 minutes for your convenience. If you choose to get a rental car, parking can be an added expense when you do not necessarily need it. The hotels near the AT&T headquarters in Dallas have shuttles for places within a five mile radius, so park your car and let the hotel chauffeur you.
Most hotels near the AT&T Headquarters in Dallas have exquisite on-site dining options. The Adolphus has three great restaurants well known for their cuisine, especially at the French restaurant. The Joule has delicious local options as well. If you want a night out for dinner or a great cocktail be sure and visit Plush and Synn Nightclub. Dallas Chop House serves a great steak dinner, and SushiYAA is ideal if you’re craving sushi. All of these options are within a few minutes’ walk or a short drive of the hotels near the AT&T Headquarters in Dallas.
It is important to note that Downtown Dallas has a lot of historic buildings and museums near AT&T headquarters that you should take some time to visit during your busy stay. One of them is of special interest if you want to learn about the Kennedy assassination. Explore the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza to view memorabilia and local information relating to that fateful day.