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Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel is just a complimentary shuttle ride from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Enjoy convenient access to all areas of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and Sheraton's unbeatable DFW accommodations, including our newly renovated guest rooms, signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper℠ bed, LCD TV, work desk with ergonomic chair, and wireless internet access in every guest room. Whether you're here for business or pleasure, our hotel near DFW Airport helps you get there and away in absolute comfort.
Some exciting happenings are underway. From November 2014 through January, 2015 our hotel lobby and atrium areas will receive renovations to make your stay with us better than ever. Our lobby and atrium transformation will include a spectacular lounge and a new grab and go sundry shop. For additional information, please contact us directly.
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Things to do in Dallas
We pack many fantastic features into our hotel in Irving, TX so that you can pack light. With our Link@Sheraton business center, experienced with Microsoft, you can leave your laptop at home. Energize body and mind in our Sheraton fitness center by Core Performance, then relax in our outdoor pool with a refreshing dip. Enjoy a great meal at ONE14 Restaurant and enjoy a pint of craft beer from one of many Dallas breweries in our tap room, LOCAL Texas Tap & Kitchen. Relax your way.
Looking for things to do in Dallas? Feel the need for speed at Texas Motor Speedway. Defy gravity on one of dozens of rides at Six Flags Over Texas. Enjoy live music and sporting events at AT&T Stadium. Or take part in Dallas's famed arts scene by attending one of many Dallas festivals. The possibilities are endless, but one thing is certain: you'll run out of time before you run out of things to do in the Big D.