DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Love Field opens following $2M renovation

DoubleTree by Hilton has announced the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Love Field, located near Dallas Love Field Airport and a short drive to downtown Dallas. The 244-room property, formerly a Wyndham hotel, underwent a $2-million renovation that included upgrades to the north entrance, parking lot and various public areas of the hotel.

DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Love Field is owned by Mockingbird Partners, and managed by Viceroy Investments.

Offering oversized rooms and suites, the property offers complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel's public areas and guest rooms, laundry and valet services, 24-hour fitness center, outdoor pool and complimentary 24-hour shuttle service to Love Field Airport, as well as within a five-mile radius of the hotel.

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Featuring 14,000 square feet of meeting space, DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Love Field has venues for events. Two ballrooms and 13 meeting rooms with audio and visual equipment available offer the venue for a variety of event purposes.

DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas – Love Field is located at 3300 West Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, Texas 75235. 


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