2 Best Hotels in The West End, Dallas and Fort Worth

Belmont Hotel

$$ | 901 Fort Worth Ave., Dallas, TX, 75208, USA

Musicians, artists, and European travelers frequent the Belmont, a motel that first opened in 1946. The hotel embraces its history rather than glossing over it, with original tile in the bathrooms, smaller rooms that accommodate just one queen bed, and mid-century inspired furniture. Some rooms have screened-in porches; others face a peaceful garden landscaped with native plants. The buildings are on a cliff, and have stunning views of Downtown Dallas, especially at night. The hotel bar attracts a laid-back, artistic crowd, and the restaurant has become a neighborhood favorite.

Pros

  • Unique Dallas experience
  • Sense of history
  • Enthusiastic service

Cons

  • Smaller rooms
  • Surrounding neighborhood is in transition
  • Few nearby retail options
901 Fort Worth Ave., Dallas, TX, 75208, USA
866-870--8010
hotel Details
64 rooms
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

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SpringHill Suites Dallas West End

$$$$ | 1907 N. Lamar St., Dallas, TX, 75202, USA

This all-suites property in one of the better lit and cleaner sections of Downtown is a pleasant option. There's nothing extraordinary about the standard rooms, but the location allows easy access to Victory Park and the Arts District as well as many of the Downtown office towers. Weekday guests are typically business travelers; weekends bring visitors interested in shows at the House of Blues or American Airlines Center. Walking to the convention center will take about 15 minutes—an unpleasant quarter of an hour during the heat of summer.

Pros

  • Ideal location for Downtown
  • Good value

Cons

  • Street noise may disturb some guests
  • Inconsistent service from staff
1907 N. Lamar St., Dallas, TX, 75202, USA
214-999--0500
hotel Details
149 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted

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