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7 Perfect Business Hotels in Dallas

Every business traveler needs to know there's a great hotel waiting for them at their destination. Don't waste your time scouting the best hotels in Dallas. Check out the suggestions on this list, so you can rest in perfect comfort at your business travel destination.

Hotel ZaZa Dallas

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Hotel ZaZa is tucked away in the chic Uptown neighborhood, and it's designed to be a full sensory experience. Hotel ZaZa features lush, quirky decor from around the world, and their Magnificent Seven elite suites provide an unforgettable backdrop for any client meeting in Dallas. Afterward, unwind by ZaZa's poolside with live music and drinks, or drop by the ZaSpa for a massage, a facial and more Dallas leisure.

Crowne Plaza Hotel Dallas Downtown

The Crowne Plaza Hotel Dallas Downtown has a hip, modern ambiance that can't be beat. It's in the beating heart of Dallas' downtown, and visitors rave not just about its cleanliness, convenience and atmosphere but also about its security. The hotel offers both expedited check-in and late check-out and features free WiFi, ample power outlets and dedicated Quiet Zones for busy business travelers.

Hyatt Regency Dallas

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When visiting Dallas for business, it's hard to beat the Hyatt Regency Dallas' blend of comfort and professionalism. It's a clean, quiet location located in the heart of downtown, which allows you easy access to any meetings in Dallas. 160,000 square feet of conference rooms plus on-site catering let you host your meeting in style. The hotel also has free WiFi, so it's easy to get a little work done.

Hilton Dallas Lincoln Center

The Hilton Dallas Lincoln Center is a quiet, immaculately clean, business-friendly hotel with a sleek modern feel. This Dallas business hotel has a large selection of non-smoking rooms, and it's located in the business district, so you'll have easy access to your client meetings in Dallas. Each room is outfitted with free WiFi and an HDTV, and if you need a break from it all you can head out to the lush, well-manicured four-acre grounds.

Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown

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The Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown is one of the most beautiful hotels in the city, with an assortment of slick, minimalist guest rooms and opulently outfitted conference halls (making it one of the best meeting locations in Dallas). The venue has free WiFi, express check-out and limo or town car service -- all to ensure you can get your work done, with minimal delay and maximum comfort.

Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa

The Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa is kind of an oddball: it's located inside the Cooper Aerobics Center, making it a gym with a hotel, not a hotel with a gym. But don't make the mistake of thinking it's anything less than one of the finest Dallas business trip destinations. It's a venue designed to bring people together, with an emphasis on its 8,000-foot gathering space and full-service catering on the premises. And thanks to its unusual status, it puts an emphasis on your wellness, with healthy eating options and optional "fitness breaks" to keep bodies and minds operating at their best.

The Highland Dallas

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The Highland Dallas consistently tops the list of Dallas business hotels. Its mid-century decor and cleanliness gives it a unique feel that visitors cite as one of its best features. All rooms offer plush accommodations and free WiFi, fully stocked honor bars and comfortable work areas. The hotel has several meeting spaces and a business center, as well as a private dining room for extra-special client meetings.

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