Home2 Suites Dallas Grand Prairie opens for business

Hilton Worldwide opened the Home2 Suites by Hilton Dallas Grand Prairie. Consisting of 96 suites, the hotel is the first Hilton Worldwide property in Grand Prairie. The new hotel complements the growing number of travelers to Dallas-Fort Worth for 2016, which is expected to hit about 27 million this year.

“Today’s traveler doesn’t want to make compromises, and Home2 Suites by Hilton allows our guests to have the stay they want, offering convenience, value and the flexibility to customize their stay,” said Sherri Shoff, GM of the hotel. “The tourism industry now supports one out of 19 jobs in Dallas. With our brand opening several hotels in the region this year, we look forward to contributing more.”

Located at 2123 West Interstate 20, Home2 Suites Dallas Grand Prairie offers guests access to Six Flags Over Texas, Lone Star Park, local sports venues, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and a 20-minute drive to both Dallas and Fort Worth. The property is also within walking distance to several dining and shopping options.

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Owned by Orion Lodging and managed by Kriya Hotels, Home2 Suites Dallas Grand Prairie offers guests all-suite accommodations including fully-equipped kitchens and modular furniture allowing for guests to personalize their room. The hotel also has access to technology with complimentary Internet, community spaces and Home2 Suites amenities such Spin2 Cycle, a combined laundry and fitness area, Home2 MKT for grab-and-go items and the Inspired Table complimentary breakfast. Guests can also access an outdoor saline pool and grill area.

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