Sheraton Suites Market Center Dallas

Row 1

Details
2101 N Stemmons Fwy (at Market Center Blvd)
Dallas, TX 75207
(214) 747-3000

Foursquare Tips

  • Whoa. Way nicer than what I thought.
  • Sheratons have awesome beds but the rooms are Irvine Beige. Ugly as shit. If you don't mind the ugly, at least you'll have a good nights sleep. No free Internet or breakfast as you'd expect elsewhere.
  • Hot breakfast at the club lounge, but very small gym. Suite design is great, very clean and comfortable.
  • Make use of their free shuttle services within 5 miles. Ends at 9:30 pm
  • These beds are wonderful!!
  • Nice. I would stay again.
  • Even though wifi is for 10 USD a night, if you ask nicely you might get a complimentary wifi or password for the meeting room wifi
  • Most comfortable bedding, especially the pillows. The fact that you have to pay for Internet is not cool.
  • Beds were amazingly comfortable. I didn't want to get up. I would deff stay here again
  • Cute rooms. Guest services is super nice. Great location. Found on hotwire for about $60 a night for a Friday
  • Found on Hotwire.com for $64/night.
  • They never have two queen size beds when ever we booked. Always place us in a king bed room with a sofa bed. We don't want king bed and sofa bed, we want two queen beds, we want our normal beds!!!
  • Great beds and friendly staff...definitely staying here again!
  • Clean, comfortable, and quiet - great stay. There are fridges and microwaves so make breakfast on your own unless you're staying club level.
  • Another great reason to stay here: AT&T Wi-Fi is one of the many amenities here for guests. Its fast and easy to connect.
  • Great hotel. Right off the highway, clean large room. Great customer service. Free bottle water in room!
  • Nice place to stay in Dallas. The bar is really good and serve really stiff drinks
  • Great service!
  • Platinum amenities cover all the complaining tips with the addition of a well stocked lounge. Overall very nice and clean.
  • Not impressed. Kinda stinky in the hallways. No free Wifi. Who on earth charges for using their wifi these days?