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Gexa Energy Pavilion Hotels Make Exploring Dallas Simple

For more than 20 years, Gexa Energy Pavilion has been a popular stop for headlining music acts and festivals from around the world. Conveniently located in South Dallas, just minutes from Downtown, the area is ideal for exploring the surrounding city as well. With a range of options from which to choose, hotels near Gexa Energy Pavilion are budget-friendly to let you experience more on your next trip to Dallas.

Getting Around South Dallas

Located just off Interstate 30, the Gexa Energy Pavilion features a variety of live music and performance events throughout the year. Easy access to local rail and bus transit makes it an ideal area to stay if you’re looking to get out and explore Dallas without the hassle of driving. However, there is plenty to enjoy within walking distance as well, including the Texas State Fair.

Attractions near Gexa Energy Pavilion

The Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park offers beautiful aquatic displays and hands-on exhibits just steps from Gexa Energy Pavilion. The Music Hall at Fair Park features additional concert and live event options just a short walk away.

Fair Park is home to the State Fair. During fair season, the area is very popular with crowds attending the fair from around the world. If you intend to book a room at hotels near Gexa Energy Pavilion, be sure to reserve your room well in advance to prevent any inconvenience upon arrival.

If you’d rather spend your Texas trip outdoors, Rochester Park, Grover C Keeton Golf Course, Dallas Arboretum, and Botanical Garden and the waters of White Rock Lake are within a short drive of most Gexa Energy Pavilion hotels.

Visiting a college-bound member of the family? Easy access to Interstate 30 and 75 Freeway means that hotels near Gexa Energy Pavilion are just minutes from Southern Methodist University, the University of TX at Dallas, and the University of TX at Arlington.