Upscale hotel chain pampers business and leisure travelers with plentiful amenities and many of the comforts of home.. In Short The first Hilton opened its doors back in 1919 in Cisco, Texas. Known for its commitment to hospitality, the popular luxury hotel has expanded to more than 500 locations worldwide. Standard room amenities include high-speed Internet access, work desks, coffeemaker, iron and ironing board, and more. Guests who want to stick to their exercise regime can enjoy a fitness room, pool and even a personal trainer.
I had an amazing stay, would choose this hotel again..
I came to the Hilton Dallas/Park Cities on a business trip and it was probably the best hotel I could have chosen.
The rooms were spacious and clean and there were enough chairs and tables so it wasn?t a struggle for me to get my work done. They had high-speed wireless internet access and there were two speaker phones in the room too, which made it easier for me to talk to my clients. I could also surf the internet on the television.
A business center was available downstairs. It was convenient for me to quickly make some copies and send some faxes before I went to my meeting.
I would also highly recommend the OPIO Restaurant. The first night I ate at the OPIO I had something called the Truffled Lobster Corn Chowder, and from then on I tried to eat at there every night of my trip, I even brought some clients there too.
I stayed at he Hilton Dallas Park Cities for three nights and found the whole stay to be just about perfect. The hotel is very nice and has been very well taken care of. The staff at check-in was friendly and quick and all other staff I ran into was courteous. Rooms were typical Hilton and well kept. While the hotel itself was great, I especially enjoyed the location. There is a pretty upscale shopping mall nearby with lots of restaurants and it's practically impossible to get lost trying to find it. I would recommend staying here if ever in the area and would probably drive a bit out of my way to stay here again if in the Dallas area.