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Best Hotels For Business Trips To DFW

January 4, 2014 7:00 AM

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Business travelers bustling into DFW have an entirely different agenda than leisure travelers and need hotels that fit their own busy purposes. Forget the time-wasting, touristy frills; these travelers mean business, literally. From spas to business suites to concierge services, what more could a businessperson want? Here are some of DFW’s most business-friendly accommodations.

OMNI at Mandalay Bay
221 E. Las Colinas Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039
(972) 556-0800
www.omnihotels.com

With numerous awards under its belt, the OMNI at Mandalay Bay has a lot to boast about. This unique OMNI site demonstrates the clean, crisp design of an Asian resort. The OMNI at Mandalay Bay encompasses the needs of all professional travelers including the Mokara Salon & Spa, high-speed wifi and a heated lakeside swimming pool. Fans of art will enjoy the collection spanning its walls. Nearby the airport, but far from ordinary, this OMNI hotel is unlike any other and definitely warrants a visit.

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Minute Suites DFW Airport
Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport
Terminal D at Gate D23
(972) 973-4235
www.minutesuites.com/dfw-international-airport

This may not be the conventional option for travelers, however, for weary business travelers, the gift of sleep is better than any stocked mini-fridge. Pricing depends on the length of time a guest stays. Many stay for only a few hours between layovers or for a fresh shower after a long trip, however overnight stays are on the menu, too. Rooms are equipped with a bed and daybed sofa, noise-masking system as well as DirecTV and high-speed wifi. Extreme short-term travelers will be pleased to find somewhere to kick up their feet right smack in the airport.

Four Seasons Dallas
4150 N. MacArthur Blvd.
Irving, TX 75038
(972) 717-0700
www.fourseasons.com/dallas

The only AAA Five-Diamond resort in the state, the Four Seasons Dallas is nestled on grounds large enough to encase a golf course, pool and athletic facilities. For those in town on serious business, business services are available 24/7. AV equipment, Internet access and translation services are all offered. Also the site of the Byron Nelson Tournament, the Four Seasons Dallas gives guests the resort experience without the resort price.

Grand Hyatt DFW
2337 S. International Parkway
DFW Airport, TX 75261
(972) 973-1234
www.granddfw.hyatt.com

The Grand Hyatt DFW is one of the rare jewels of the business travel industry, featuring an actual business plan that includes pressing of one piece of clothing, breakfast, a free newspaper, local and some long distance phone calls. In addition, the Grand Hyatt DFW still offers luxury hotel stapes like the skySPA and gym, refreshment bar, saline pool and even concierge service.

Worthington Renaissance
200 Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
(817) 870-1000
www.marriott.com/dfwdt-the-worthington-renaissance-fort-worth-hotel

For those who come into the metroplex seeking a more traditional flavor, Fort Worth’s Sundance Square hotel, the Worthington Renaissance, can provide just that. Boasting a AAA Four-Diamond ranking for 30 years, and a Top 100 Meeting Hotel listing by Cvent in 2012, there leaves little doubt that this hotel is ideal for professionals from near and far. Right in the heart of Fort Worth, guests at the Worthington Renaissance will be treated like bigwigs by the concierge and other hotel staff.

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Kena Sosa is a freelance writer in Dallas. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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