- Best Western Dallas Telecom Area Suites (Dallas/Fort Worth)
Best Western Dallas Telecom Area Suites
country: United States, city: Dallas/Fort Worth (North Dallas)
Best Western Dallas Telecom Area Suites Distinctively different, the Best Western Dallas Telecom Area Suites is located in the centre of the Telecom area, 1 block west of the North Central Expressway at Midpark. Major corporations as well as shopping, dining, entertainment are in proximity. Nestled in a beautiful wooded setting, this unique townhouse-style, all-suite hotel offers the perfect get-away-from-it-all environment. The lush landscaping and townhouse style makes you feel like you are part of the community.
All the 70 well-equipped suites, of different categories, offer maximum convenience and comfort for the guests. For spending leisure, relax at the outdoor pool and heated spa, or use the off-premises health club privileges.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Faxing facilities
Outdoor swimming pool
Safe deposit box
Cable / Satellite TV
Iron and ironing board
Modem/data port connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Distance to Dallas Fort Worth international airport:|25 miles
Distance to Love Field airport:|12 miles
Distance to Dart rail station:|1 mile
Distance to Amtrak rail station:|12 miles
13636 Goldmark Drive
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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