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The newest addition to the Dallas/SMU area, our central location provides easy access to Downtown Dallas, Southern Methodist University, Fair Park/Cotton Bowl, American Airlines Center and so much more. Stroll down Greenville Avenue, through the Dallas Arboretum or spend the day at North Park Mall. Mockingbird Station is also within walking distance of the hotel and provides many options for shopping, dining and entertainment. Pure hospitality awaits at Magnolia Dallas Park Cities, perfectly situated nearby to everywhere you want to be.

Our inviting nature and commitment to ensuring guests feel at home is complemented by modern amenities such as wireless high-speed internet access throughout the hotel and a 24-hour business center. Southern Methodist University, Davaco, New York Life and MV Transportation are just a few of the companies that call us home. And as an added convenience to our guests, we provide local transportation within a three mile radius and to Dallas Love Field Airport.


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Located in the center of everywhere you want to be in Dallas Park Cities, learn about favorite local destinations, travel tips and more below.

How to See Dallas
Dallas is a hot tourist destination. In 2014, the city saw more than 25 million visitors. That number shot up even more in 2016, making The Big D the #2 city for growth in tourism (tied with Seattle).  Michelin Green Guide gave Dallas 3 stars – its highest rating. And WalletHub named the city one of the top summer vacation spots in the U.S.!
Dallas World Aquarium
The Dallas World Aquarium has been steadily growing. The aquarium first opened in an abandoned warehouse in 1992, later expanding to a neighboring office building and eventually adding a newly constructed 8-story building for its “Mundo Maya” exhibit. Today, the facility is a world-class zoo and an official member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Locals Know
When you visit Dallas, there’s the city you know – and the city that only locals understand. Every visitor should take a stroll through the art museum and the arboretum or spend an evening in the rotating restaurant at the iconic Reunion Tower. Beyond major attractions, Dallas boasts a bright and vibrant nightlife scene, plus a quirky Southern charm best expressed through lesser-known venues. Here are five of our favorite off-the-beaten-path that locals know best.
Dallas is a guy-friendly town. While skyscrapers and art museums give this major Texas metro a cosmopolitan feel, the city has a masculine undertone founded on a history of cowboys and oil rigs. It’s a great place for grooms-to-be to have one last night with the guys before getting married.
Dallas Zoo
Zola the Gorilla made a splash – literally – when a video of his breakdancing skills went viral this past June. The massive 380-pound Silverback was shown thrashing and playing in his favorite blue wading pool. Within days, the YouTube post had been watched more than two million times.
Indoor Adventure
Dallas is a comfortable city. Moderate temperatures and regular sunshine attracts year-round visitors, along with major happenings such as football games, the Dallas International Film Festival, business conferences and special events like last year’s WrestleMania at AT&T Stadium – which drew the largest crowd in WWE history. There’s plenty to do outdoors, from hiking the Cedar River Nature Preserve to watching Zola the Gorilla dance in a play pool at the Dallas Zoo.