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All reviewsmedieval timesenjoyed the indoor poolthe breakfast arearodeo goatroom was cleanfamily stayyogurtamerican airlines centerworking orderbreakfast was excellentking suitefront desk staffstayed here for nightshot breakfastattending a conferencestay at this hotel againdowntown area
We stayed here for our visit to Medieval Times and everything was really well done. The room was nice with a modern look, the bed was very comfortable as well! Best part was that it is affordable to stay in for a visit to Medieval...More
Like the rest of Fairfield Inns we have stayed at, clean, comfortable, and a value. Close to Midevil times. The pillows were great and if you don't want the breakfast served, Dennys is next door. Not bad.
We were looking for a place to stay after 9 pm Saturday night. The young lady at the desk was very polite & helpful. The room was comfortable and clean. She put us at the end of the hall, which was very quiet. We were...More
The rooms were clean and well maintained. The location is conveninent to downtown- near Medieval Times and Museums. We didn’t hear any noise from neighboring rooms or traffic. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The breakfast was above average. We would stay here again...More
In Dallas last week for event at the Market Center, the Fairfield Inn offered a very close option at reasonable rates. The hot breakfast was good. Optional choice is Denny's, located right next door. An easy walk to Market Center, Medieval Times, Rodeo Goat, and...More
Response from Gretchen K | Reviewed this property |
As the poster up thread said, it is across the freeway. Even though it is no more than a 15 minute walk, I would suggest you take a cab. When I was there is was dreadfully hot and that was in May. I can only imagine how... More
As the poster up thread said, it is across the freeway. Even though it is no more than a 15 minute walk, I would suggest you take a cab. When I was there is was dreadfully hot and that was in May. I can only imagine how hot it is there now. a 15 minute walk in that type of heat will be most uncomfortable. Plus there is heavy traffic because it feeds into the freeway. I don't advise walking.