Explore the Lone Star State at these Texas Resorts & Austin Hotels
W Dallas Victory Hotel - Breakfast for 2 Incl
Steps from American Airlines Ctr.
The beautiful W Hotel in Dallas-Victory, Texas, is a great place to hang your hat for a visit to Dallas. The chic hotel is decorated in southwest style, with lasso sculptures and armadillo skin embellishments. This hotel is deep in the heart of Dallas, in a vibrant neighborhood of galleries, shops, festival sites and museums. Get a panoramic view of the Dallas skyline from the Spectacular Rooms on the upper floors.
Texas Resorts & Hotels in San Antonio, Lubbock or Galveston
The State of Texas has a number of thriving metropolitan areas, from Houston to Dallas to San Antonio. Texas hotels welcome vacationers and business travelers alike, whether here for a Texas-sized business deal or a trip to the historic Alamo. Here are the Texas resorts and hotel deals we found this week.
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Texas Resort Deals & Discounted Houston, Dallas and Austin Hotels
From food and entertainment to culture and arts, everything truly is bigger in “The Lone Star State.” Whether you’re traveling to this sizable state for business or pleasure, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Dallas, Houston, Austin, or San Antonio.
Dallas is the most metropolitan of the Texas cities. It is home to the Dallas Cowboys and the AT&T Stadium, which seats 101,000. At one time it had the largest video screens in the world; the display is actually bigger than a basketball court. The city is also home to one of the most tragic moments in American history where President JFK was shot and killed. You can visit the somber site where the assassin took his shot in the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
Houston is home to many museums as well as Space Center Houston, commonly known as “mission control.” Every year Austin holds a huge festival for the technology and startup industries called SXSW, or (South By SouthWest). In San Antonio you can visit the Six Flags theme park and have a great time for the whole family. After, be sure to stop and see the Alamo Mission, something you will always remember. Texas is enormous and more diverse than one would think. Take a trip out west!