Short Stay: Hyatt Place DFW, Dallas, Texas – Hotel Review

By Jonathan Spira on 7 November 2017
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A change in my itinerary meant that I would spend one night in Dallas in between flights so I elected to spend that night at the first new hotel to open in a decade at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the Hyatt Place DFW.

I had previously stayed at both the Hyatt Regency and the Grand Hyatt at the airport and, while both are satisfactory, I wanted to try something new. While on my flight into DFW, I booked the room on Hyatt’s website using points for payment.

The driver of the airport shuttle was a retired American Airlines staffer from New York whose father was one of the original AA employees at LaGuardia at the time that airport opened. My shuttle ride over was far too quickly to talk about American’s history but it was one of the most enjoyable shuttle rides I have ever taken.


Upon arrival, the front desk clerk welcomed me to the property and the check-in process was quick and efficient.


While I had reserved a King guestroom on an upper floor, I found myself upgraded to a King One Bedroom Suite that encompassed 780 square feet (72.5 square meters).

The suite featured a separate and rather large living room, a work/conference area, and a separate bedroom. The living room was large enough to host a small cocktail reception, was furnished with a large sofa and several armchairs. It had its own 42” flatscreen television, and a kitchen that would do a New York City apartment proud.

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