BEST WESTERN Market Center
2023 Market Center Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75207-3318
Phone: 214/741-9000 | Fax: 214/741-6100 | 98 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
When staying in downtown Dallas, you deserve a quality Dallas hotel with genuine southern hospitality.
Our Dallas hotel is just minutes from the Dallas Convention Center. The Dallas Market Hall is next Block, and the BEST WESTERN Market Center delivers unbeatable service, quality, and accommodations. We're a newly-renovated hotel featuring a business center and plenty of free parking, Wi-Fi, and a full, hot breakfast. The daily breakfast buffet features eggs, cereal, yogurt, and 100% Arabica coffee and juices.
This World Trade Center hotel in Dallas, Texas is conveniently located so guests can quickly get to American Airlines Center events. The Dallas Zoo, Dallas World Aquarium, Market Show and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza are all a short one mile away. Perfect for vacationing families and business travelers alike, our Dallas hotel has everything guests need for a relaxing getaway.
Some of the regular business travelers to our Dallas hotel include employees of the surrounding corporate businesses and offices in the downtown area. Dallas Convention Center events bring guests to our hotel from around the country. We're within walking distance of the World Trade Center and Market Hall, which makes us an easy choice for guests looking for a great location.
Our friendly staff is happy to give guests recommendations on must-see attractions, shopping areas, and fine dining. Whether you're visiting with family, embarking on a romantic escape, or taking care of business, our Dallas hotel has everything you need for a fantastic trip. We put the comfort of guests first and are dedicated to making your trip as enjoyable as possible. Convenience, comfort, and relaxation are top priorities for our guests.
Book your next stay at BEST WESTERN Market Center and take advantage of a great value! Enjoy your stay.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Exercise facilities
- Laundry/valet 24 hour
- Complimentary hot breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, hot eggs, hot breakfast meat, other hot items, yogurt, juice, and coffee.
- Complimentary newspaper
- Complimentary breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Exercise facility 24-hour
- Guest laundry
- Dry cleaning
- Porterage/bell services
- 24-hour front desk
- Truck/RV parking free
- Free parking for bus
- Business center
- Free high-speed Internet access
- Photocopy services
- Interior/Exterior corridor
- Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
BEST WESTERN Market Center
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BEST WESTERN Market Center
Conveniently located, the best western market center in Dallas, Texas is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 32.798355 / Latitude: -96.825405
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Stemmons Freeway I-35. Exit at Market Center Boulevard, travel west one block, property is located on the right.
BEST WESTERN Market Center
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Plan your next visit to Dallas and be sure to include a tee time at the Cedar Crest Golf Course. A top course to play in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Cedar Creek is a short drive directly south from downtown Dallas. Drive in from Duncanville or Irving and play 18 holes at Cedar Crest Golf Course.
Cedar Crest Golf Course was home to the 1927 PGA Championship won by Walter Hagen. From it's furthest tees, Cedar Crest Golf Course measures in at 6,532 yards long. From it's shortest tees, the course is only 4,969 yards, meaning there's a place for any level of golfer at Cedar Crest.
Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Set on White Rock Lake, the Dallas Arboretum was built in 1940 – and now found on the National Register of Historic Places.
Formerly the 44-acre Rancho Encinal, the gardens today features the DeGolyer Home, Alex and Roberta Coke Camp, the Lay Ornamental Garden, and more. Other gardens include the Jonsson Color Garden, and A Woman's Garden – and soon the Rory Meyers Children's Adventure Garden.
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the arboretum features events like the annual Dallas Blooms, Concerts at the Arboretum, and the Tour des Fleurs.
History is alive in the Big D. Visit the Dallas Heritage Village for a glimpse into life as it was between 1840 and 1910. This educational village is located in the Old City Park, the first city park built in 1876 on the south side of downtown Dallas. Then 21 buildings were transported to the site to establish the village.
Millermore, an historic plantation home, was saved from demolition becoming the first building to be rebuilt on the site. It opened in 1969 as a museum.
Stroll through this wonderful collection of historical artifacts and buildings to learn more about the history of Dallas and the surrounding areas. Many area students visit this wonderful historical village during field trips where they become engaged in 19 century life.
Named after First Lieutenant Moss Lee Love, Dallas Love Field began as an Army flying field in 1917. By 1929, the first passenger service was provided by Delta Air Service. Dallas Love Field has been the headquarters for Southwest Airlines since they began flight service in 1971. Due to Southwest Airlines' success, additional commercial airlines began offering flights from Love Field.
This northwest Dallas airport was also used for flight training during World War II by the United States Army Air Forces. At the end of the war, an additional runway and terminal were added and commercial flights resumed. The airport remained the main airport for Dallas, until the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened in 1974.
General aviation is fully supported at Love Field, with seven fixed base operators. General aviators have everything they need for flight service, including hangar rentals, aircraft maintenance, chartered flights, restaurants, and car rentals.
The 68-acre arts district in downtown Dallas, is home to several significant city landmarks and facilities promoting the many facets of art. The Dallas Museum of Art remains one of the premier attractions in the district. This extensive museum, established in 1904, showcases more than 25,000 pieces of art in its 370,000-square-foot building.
It remains one of the leading art institutions in Dallas and America. The museum promotes art education through its 2,000 programs and activities, for all age levels, all year long.
In addition to the permanent exhibits, the collections and special exhibitions, the museum also features the Milfred R. and Frederick M. Mayer Library containing more than 50,000 volumes. Browse the selection of gift items, books, jewelry, prints and children's toys in the Museum Store, before leaving this wonderful museum.
Set in the West End Historic District, the Dallas World Aquarium & Zoological Garden is located in historic Dallas, and houses a number of threatened or endangered animals.
The aquarium began in a renovated 1924 warehouse in 1992, and is now an accredited member of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums. Visitors will see a display of animals and flowers from 14 countries, five continents, three oceans, and several rivers and seas.
The Orinoco-Secrets of the River rainforest exhibit, the Borneo exhibit, the South Africa exhibit, and the Mundo Maya exhibit are prominent areas of the aquarium and zoo. Feeding times, talks and performances are offered throughout the day. Experience nature's adventure at this unique Dallas area attraction.
Striving to educate visitors on biological diversity, animal sustainability, and conservation, the Dallas Zoo was founded in 1888 as the first zoological park in the southwest.
The zoo is proud to be the largest zoological experience in Texas as Dallas visitors stroll through the zoo's 106 acres, and learn about animals through workshops and programs.
Kids of all ages in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex love spending time in the Children's Zoo, where they can feed the birds, play games, and enjoy crafts.
Browse the selection of clothing, gifts, jewelry, toys, and zoo memorabilia in the Zoofari Market.
Encompassing 277 acres, the famed Fair Park is located in downtown Dallas. Both a Dallas Landmark and a U.S. National Historic Landmark, Fair Park features dozens of attractions for visitors to the Dallas metropolitan area – including nine museums, six performance venues, and North America’s largest Ferris wheel.
Constructed in 1936, Fair Park legendary structures found on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places like Hall of State, the Museum of the American Railroad, and the Women's Museum.
Other Fair Park attractions include the Cotton Bowl, the Texas Museum of Automotive History, and the Music Hall at Fair Park.
Annual events held at Fair Park include the country’s largest state fair – the State Fair of Texas – Fair Park Fourth, and the North Texas Irish Festival.
The memorial is a 30-foot high and 50-foot wide cenotaph; erected in 1970 to honor JFK.
Visitors to this open-air memorial will see a black granite slab in the center of the memorial, with the president's name inscribed in it with gold.
The JFK Memorial was designed by American architect Philip Johnson, and symbolizes the free spirit of John F. Kennedy. It remains unique, in that, the construction was funded by the residents of Dallas.
The skyline of Dallas is dotted with several iconic landmarks and skyscrapers. The Renaissance Tower, Comerica Bank Tower and Fountain Place are a few of the postmodernist skyscrapers in downtown Dallas.
One of the newest Dallas landmarks is the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. This beautiful six-lane bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava, crosses the Trinity River, connecting Woodall Rodgers Freeway to Singleton Boulevard. This West Dallas cable-stayed bridge spans 1,870 feet in length.
The bridge opened on March 29, 2012, and features a 400-foot central arch pylon. Over 40,000 people attended the opening ceremony, which included fireworks, performances by Lyle Lovett, Jonathan Tyler, and the Northern Lights – plus celebrity chefs, a street fair, and the Trinity River Levee 5K and 10K Run.
Established in 2006, the Perot Museum of Nature & Science is the result of Science Place, the Dallas Children's Museum, and the Dallas Museum of Natural History merged in southern Dallas. Located in the 277-acre Fair Park, this Dallas museum is comprised of the Nature Building, the Science Building, and the Planetarium Building.
Visitors of the Nature Building find an impressive collection of paleontology, herpetology, and entomology specimens. The Science Building is home to a massive exhibit hall, with over 200 hands-on exhibits on health and more – all in addition to an IMAX theater. The Planetarium Building engages its visitors with space exploration exhibits.
A private institution, Southern Methodist University was established in 1911 in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Set in University Park within Dallas. SMU features an array of schools offering degrees, including the Dedman School of Law, the Perkins School of Technology, and the Lyle School of Engineering.
Visitors to SMU's 230-acre urban campus may explore the Meadows Museum and Pollock Gallery, or check the event calendar at the McFarlin Memorial Auditorium, Moody Coliseum, and Bob Hope Theatre. SMU is also home to the SMU Mustangs of NCAA's Division I.
On your next trip into Dallas, bring your clubs and book a tee time at Stevens Park Golf Course. A top course to play in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Stevens Park Golf Course is southwest of downtown Dallas. Stevens Park Golf Course was renovated and redeisgned in 2011.
Open to the public and widely known as a top golf destination in Dallas, Stevens Park Golf Course features over 900 trees, so keep your shots straight. Before you tee off, check out the driving range and practice putting green.
While visiting the vibrant city of Dallas, take time to become acquainted with its rich history. The West End Historic District of downtown Dallas has roots dating back to 1872 when the Houston & Texas Central Railroad first rolled into town.
Several attractions are located in this Dallas Landmark District, including Dealey Plaza and the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial. Other attractions include the Sixth Floor Museum, the Old Red Museum, the Perot Museum of Nature & Science, and the Dallas World Aquarium.
This being a district, Dallas' West End also features popular eateries, shops filled with desserts and western wear, and plenty of happening events.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 0.10 block(s) from Hilton Anatole
- 0.10 block(s) from Medieval Times
- 0.20 mile(s) from Market Center and World Trade Center
- 0.30 mile(s) from Infomart
- 1.00 mile(s) from the historic West End District
- 1.00 mile(s) from American Airlines Center, home of the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars
- 2.00 mile(s) from Reunion Arena
- 2.00 mile(s) from the Convention Center
- 2.00 mile(s) from downtown Dallas/Business
- 2.00 mile(s) from Deep Ellum Arts District
- 5.00 mile(s) from Texas Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys
- 5.00 mile(s) from State Fair Park/Cotton Bowl
- 15.00 mile(s) from Six Flags® Over Texas
- 13.00 mile(s) from Galleria Shopping Mall
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Outdoor pool
- Choose from a wide selection of restaurants near this Dallas, Texas hotel.
- 0.00 mile(s) from Denny's, Full Service, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
- 2.00 mile(s) from Bob's Steak and Chop House, Steakhouse
- 2.00 mile(s) from Julio's, Tex Mex
- 2.00 mile(s) from Pappadeaux's, Seafood
- 2.00 mile(s) from Sonny Bryan's, barbecue
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Taste of the Bishop Arts District
Tour the eclectic and amazing Bishop Arts District in Dallas on foot.
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