My husband and I (both of us in our 30's) booked a night at the Aloft, but we should have stayed at the Omni. Our sole purpose was to go to the Dallas Convention Center and the Aloft was about a ten minute walk (two blocks south of the hotel) vs. using the Omni's indoor sky bridge which was connected to the convention center. One of the reviews on Trip Advisor said it was across the street. Not really. Parking at the convention center is also a beating. Another reason to stay at the Omni. The Aloft was nice, but didn't have a hotel feel. No room service, a tiny bar, small hotel lobby...It was a lot like a LaQuinta or Holiday Inn. Parking was across the street from the hotel and cost $10. I think what made the Aloft a frustrating stay was that we could have stayed at the Omni for the same price. The Omni is a far superior hotel and they're really charging the same price per night??? Instead of $169, I probably would have been happy to pay maybe $99 or $120 at the most.
The style of the hotel was really neat and unique. It had a warehouse/loft feel with exposed brick and air ducts. The room was spacious and we had a great view (831). We asked for a corner king room and were happy with what we got. I'll stay at an Aloft hotel again, but maybe in another town. I'll probably always chose the Omni if staying downtown Dallas.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Aloft Dallas Downtown is a vibrant, loft-inspired hotel, conveniently located near City Hall, the Dallas Convention Center, American Airlines Center, and Arts District. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aloft Dallas Downtown Hotel Dallas