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Well, we're here in Irving for the long weekend. Smack dab between Dallas and Fort Worth, we have the Texan world at our fingertips.
Today we resolved to check off a huge errand from our to-do list. Kelsey still hasn't officially changed her name with social security. We've attempted to do so in Pittsburgh, hoped to do so in Battle Creek, …
... decisions. I expect so much more from the world. The direction that my generation is headed is ultimately going to lead us to misery. Turn on the news and it is all talk of politics disagreeing and bringing our government to the brink of chaos. The next story is generally geared towards the " who shot who" from the day before, ( or who bombed who if its international news) than after that.. To put a positive spin on things, they give you a quick tutorial on what to cook ...
... it all down. I can share tales about the incredible people I meet, the long nights And days that are inevitable and part of my job description. I will speak truth and spread stories of the love that I see in every airport, train station, park, hotel, and museum I experience. It will be documented through my written words. I want to do everything in my power to make someone's day a little better every ...
So we headed to Cedar Hill, Tx. to the Pep Wear office and dropped the camper off, so that is were it will set for the next 3 months. So here we are at our 1st hotel stay....so far everything is going good, we start training tomorrow and tues......maybe head out to monroeville, Pa. ...
... Matt although not as enthusiastic as me was a willing participant. It was a memorable moment and we soon left with the CD and a printed photo. The rest of the afternoon was spent looking at western stores as well as indulging in a local brew - ' Buffalo Butt' - in a bar that has saddles instead of barstools! That evening we donned our cowboy hats and headed to our first ever Rodeo. Not wanting to miss out on any action we brought front row seats and over the next 2 hours we saw ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Historical Traveler Reviews DFW Airport Hotel & Conference Center Irving
WARNING: Pay attention to the negative reports already posted. I read them but decided it could not be as bad as others thought. Was I ever wrong! The odor when walking into the building was my first clue - an old Holidome swimming pool gone bad - and things got worse. Railings on stairwells and in the one working elevator on my wing were missing, with big holes in the walls where they once had been. All carpets were worn and ragged, most were dirty. Ditto for the walls. My room was very large, its one positive, but the bedspread was dirty and the furnishings beat-up. Probably the hot breakfast was OK, but because of the dirty conditions everywhere else I opted for packaged cereal only. I will have to give high marks to the women working at the check in/out desk because they were very pleasant and helpful. I booked this hotel through Priceline.com, which rated it as 2 stars, but it was far below that rating. I stayed two nights because it was already paid for, but I don't plan to ever be there again. Just a warning.
Summary: This hotel is in an advanced stage of decay, is being maintained at a bare minimum of effort by the management, and at $100/night, was not in any way a good deal for the money.
You get what you pay for!
This hotel is really run down. The huge lobby area was filthy, and the rooms have certainly seen better days. I also stayed at this hotel many years ago whenit was the Holiday Inn, and it certainly had little left of its former glory.
For a few dollars more (which includes a decant breakfast), I ould recommend the Drury Inns, or Hamton Inns, which are within walking distance of this place!
We stayed here basically just to sleep, May 13th, 2005. We live in OK but were taking an early flight out of DFW to Cancun the next day. The hotel is just a few miles from the DFW airport. The rate was cheap and they let you park your car there while your away at no charge which is wonderful! They will shuttle you to and from the airport at not charge too! You do need to tell them you will be parking and they will have you fill out a form.
Not up to par
The restaurant was closed, the beds were not comfortable, towels were stiff.
I brought my children to Dallas for Spring Break and we chose the Clarion Hotel. The staff is very friendly and helpful! If ever in the area this is the Hotel that we will stay at again and again. I was very pleased and will tell all my friends and family about this great experience!
I stayed here for 2 nights From Feb23rd2005 and considering the price through Expedia I think that it represented stunning value. The Ritz it is not but it is not Ritz prices and it is presently going through a much needed re-furbishment, but that said the rooms were more than adequate, the facilities at this price range were superb-check out the indoor and outdoor pools +the fitness centre-and the shuttle service represents blinding value. The staff are efficient and friendly with a special mention to the shuttle bus drivers who are a mine of local knowledge and information, are top-class. To sum up-if you want Ritz standards and are happy to pay their prices then this hotel is probably not for you, but if you like a bit of value for your money, then I can thoroughly recommend this hotel
this was a gift so the grandkids could swim . sometime while we were there a childs coat and $ 25.00 came up missing