The hotel is nice, rooms are nice, and staff is also nice. However, everything here is overpriced way more than the other hotels. The restaurant was way too expensive for the amount of food you got. I just ate breakfast and it costed right at $20.00, I only had an omlet and a glass of milk! Internet is $10.00 for 24 hours of use. No microwave in the rooms or a public area to reheat food. The rooms have a fridge but it is stocked with alcohol, so you cant put any of your drinks in there without taking 25 other beverages out. No vending machines for candy or drinks. The gift shop has some drinks and candy but it is $2.00 dollars for drinks and candy. And I could never get the temperature right in my room. I dropped the temp down to 64 degress on the thermastat but the room never really cooled down. I will never come back to this hotel. I can't afford it and I don't mean the room rates.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- InterContinental Dallas is in Addison, a northern suburb between central and thriving Frisco and Plano. The Galleria Dallas and Addison s restaurant district are a few minutes away, and the Dallas North Tollway will have you in the city centre in half an hour or less. Must-see stops are the Nasher Sculpture Center and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Intercontinental Dallas Hotel Dallas
- Dallas Intercontinental