DFW Airport Hotel & Conference Center

DFW Airport Hotel & Conference Center

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1 2 3 4 5
Poor
4.6 miles from DFW
4440 W Airport Freeway, Irving, TX, US

Overview

2.3

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4440 W Airport Freeway, Irving, TX, US
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Google Reviews

2.3
Poor
1 2 3 4 5
(Based on 1838 reviews)
Adrian Chilliest
1 2 3 4 5
Please stay away from this place. Customer service is awful. The hotel is in bad shape. Rooms are old. Cheap towels. Smell bad. Pictures is a scam and very misleading. Just pay a few more bucks and have a piece of mind. They make it bad for Dallas.
Kenneth E Costello Sr
1 2 3 4 5
You real easy and get frustrated,if you had a better since of direction.Would gave more stars but I will
Tony Duncan
1 2 3 4 5
My dad and I live there for a 2 years. It was very nice. The room was clean. The only thing i can say about it. Was with the houses being builed beside it you had a feild mouse come in sometimes.
Linda Wilson
1 2 3 4 5
The room was clean. This place looks old and needs updating. Very basic room, no coffee pot, no microwave. It was a room with a bed and tv.
Jaicee Davidson
1 2 3 4 5
Clean and quiet best prices in all if dfw for long stay hotels
john adams
1 2 3 4 5
Place is dirt cheap monthly starts at $690 management is ok they have rats but it doesn't bother me its a good place if your about to be homeless.
Robert
1 2 3 4 5
Nice rooms, decent price and right across the street from the airport. Perfect for a 12-hour layover.
Jessica Hoffman
1 2 3 4 5
Hotel was a little sketchy when I first got there then I realized there were homeless people living there. Room was nice and clean tho and the front staff was nice
Jackie Poe
1 2 3 4 5
I have zero actual complaints on the room, simply due to the great rate I was able to get it for at the last minute, compared to similarly rated hotels.



Some notes:



I traveled alone, without a vehicle.



The employee checking me in was very pleasant and informative, it was clear he knew what he was doing and enjoyed doing it.



The bathroom looked recently remodeled. It really stood out compared to the rest of the room, almost like I were in different hotels.



The rest of the room was pretty standard of an older hotel, needing restorations and remodeling done- which looked like they were in the process of doing. I was on the fourth floor and checked out before midnight, so I'm not sure about overnight noise- but I did notice many of the room doors, including mine, had to be slammed shut.



Reading some other reviews had me wary of the whole place, so I did a thorough check of the room on arrival. Linens were clean, the floor was attended to. The bed was comfortable and well made. The coffeepot was spotless. The curtains looked a little worn, the phone had buttons smashed in on it, and the alarm clock was in a random place unplugged- none of which affected the quality of my stay. There was an empty cabinet of sorts in the room that looked like it used to or might eventually house a microwave and mini fridge. It wasn't advertised; I didn't ask.



I felt like the green wrapping on the fresh toilet paper roll was a bit obnoxious, but the color ultimately did not hinder my ability to utilize the toilet paper as expected during normal operating conditions.



TL;DR

If I am in the area again, I would stay here if the rate were comparable, but I wouldn't pay much more for the room I had as it was.
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