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Reviewed on 11 Mar 2020
Reviewed on 11 Mar 2020
An important transport hub for the American Southwest, Dallas Love Field is served by flights to and from dozens of US cities. You can find a good mix of hotels near Dallas Love Field airport, and much of the accommodation in the Love Field area offers quick and easy access to Downtown Dallas's attractions and nightlife.
Dallas Love Field is to the northwest of Dallas city centre, about six miles from the Downtown district. There’s easy road access to the airport, and you can also reach it on Dallas’s DART light rail system. Head to Inwood/Love Field station then catch the bus link to the airport from street level. If you’re flying into the airport, you’ll find plenty of car hire services, and some hotels offer shuttle transfers. Check with your accommodation before you travel.
Dallas Love Field has a good selection of restaurants and cafes, serving everything from Chinese food to burgers. If you’d like to relax with a drink before your flight, you’ll also find bars both before and after security.
Once you’ve filled up, pick up a last-minute gift at Dallas Love Field’s range of shops. You’ll find clothing, gadgets, toys, books and even cowboy boots on sale in the departure lounge.
Love Field is also renowned for its art exhibits, which include a permanent collection of work by local artists.
Accommodation near Dallas Love Field ranges from four-star and five-star hotels to budget-friendly motels and inns with quick access to local highways. You can expect WiFi and air conditioning as standard, and the more upmarket properties also offer fitness suites, conference amenities, spas and business centres.
Dallas is rightly famous for its museums and galleries. Explore the natural world at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science or the Dallas World Aquarium, packed with interactive features and live animal exhibits. Head to the Dallas Arts District to visit the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Dallas Museum of Art. Also near the Arts District is the The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, which has a large collection of Japanese weaponry and armour.
Over in the West End Historical District, you can find out more about Dallas history at the Old Red Museum, housed in a 19th-century red sandstone building.
There’s also a museum at Dallas Love Field itself. At the Frontiers of Flight Museum you’ll learn about America's aerospace industry and the history of the space race. The collection includes a number of modern and vintage aircraft, from biplanes to the Apollo 7 command module.
For high-end shopping, hit West Village on McKinney Avenue, just north of the uptown district. There are also some great out-of-town malls, including the huge Galleria Dallas. After dark, head to the Downtown district for a great selection of wine bars and some of Dallas’s best nightclubs.