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Ramada Dallas Love Field

Ramada Dallas Love Field

(8 Reviews)

Upon request - please call hotel at least TWO HOURS prior to your arrival time to make arrangements.

Review on Sep 9, 2014
"didn't have any troubles at all. smooth service"



Great (515 Reviews)

Airport shuttle runs on demand 24 hours a day.

Review on Sep 12, 2017
"good service"

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Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dallas/Love Field Airport

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dallas/Love Field Airport

(2 Reviews)
Long Drive? Early flight? This package is perfect for you! | Package Deal: Hotel Stay with Airport Parking Included
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The Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Dallas/Love Field Airport is conveniently located just a few minutes away from Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL). Hotel guests are provided complimentary hot breakfast served each morning to get their day started off right, and break out a sweat at the fitness facilities. Moreover, all hotel guests have access to the outdoor pool to swim in and free high-speed internet access. The hotel has a social hour Monday - Thursday from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm to enjoy a different hot meal every night. There is also complimentary airport shuttle services and parking provided to all guests!

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Ramada Dallas Love Field

Ramada Dallas Love Field

(4 Reviews)
Long Drive? Early flight? This package is perfect for you! | Package Deal: Hotel Stay with Airport Parking Included
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The Ramada Dallas Love Field is located just a few miles away from Dallas Love Field airport (DAL). All hotel guests can take advantage of the excellent amenities that are provided at the hotel such as a complimentary breakfast offered every morning and free high-speed internet access all over the hotel. Guests also have granted access to take a dip at the outdoor pool, make some burgers at the barbecue grills and picnic area, or get your daily exercise at the fitness facility, then they can head over to and grab a bite or drink at the on-site restaurant and bar/lounge. This location recently completed renovations in 2011 and provides complimentary shuttle services to and from the airport! The property also provides a business center for travelers looking to get work done during their trip as well as conference centers and meeting rooms designed for events or banquets.

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Dallas Love Field (DAL) Airport Guide

Address: 8008 Herb Kelleher Way, Dallas, TX 75235

The Best Features of DAL

The staff at Dallas Love Field are very friendly, helpful, and they do a great job at keeping the airport immaculately clean. Recent renovations make walking around the airport much more pleasant as many areas have been expanded and modernized.

Ample power outlets can be found everywhere in the airport. What is really cool is that they have charging stations in the chairs of the comfy waiting areas by your terminal. They also have free, albeit undependable wifi throughout the airport.

Another great feature of DAL airport is that there are plenty of Pet Relief areas spread throughout the airport where your animal can relieve him/herself and stretch before or after your flight.

The Downside of DAL

The airport seems small for how big of a city Dallas is. With that said, there can be long lines at the TSA security checkpoints so plan accordingly. While there are many restaurants to choose from, the lines can be frustratingly long during “rush hours” (10am to 4pm).

Unfortunately for germaphobes, there are no hand sanitizing stations located at the DAL airport and some people might say there are too few restrooms throughout the airport. There are also less options for carriers, which may negatively affect your ability to get the best deals on your ticket price.

Interesting Aspects of DAL

There are several gift shops, like The Cowboy Store, that have a unique variety of “Texas-style” gifts with reasonable price tags. You can even get your cowboy boots shined if they need it. There is also a store called Creative Kidstuff with a lot of neat toys for the kids.

Be sure to check out the art gallery where there are a lot of really cool retro and modern art installations. It’s a great way to pass the time while waiting for your flight. Live bands often play in the airport for the entertainment of passengers. Pokemon Go masters will love the numerous Pokestops located in the airport.

Restaurants You Must Visit!

Cru Wine Bar is a fantastic option for an upscale meal that offers a happy hour on weekdays, champagne on Thursdays, and pizza on Mondays. These deals help curb the cost of an otherwise pricey menu for those who want fine dining on a budget.

Whataburger is another must-try fast food restaurant that was originally started in Texas and is only located in certain regions of the U.S. Whataburger has often been compared to the West Coast In-and-Out Burger chain. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is a great place to taste some Texas-style BBQ brisket and sausage while Cantina Laredo is a great restaurant to get your Tex-Mex fix. Discounts can be found for any of these restaurants online.

History of Dallas Love Field Airport

Dallas Love Field was originally built in 1917 and served as an Army air base until 1919. It became the main Dallas airport until 1974 when the Dallas Fort Worth airport opened. Dallas Love Field was named after the fallen Army soldier Moss L. Love who crashed in San Diego, CA, on September 4, 1913. From World War I to present day, DAL has played a crucial part in every war since, mostly as a training facility for pilots. Numerous historical markers and exhibits throughout the airport tell the specifics for all the history buffs out there.

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