The Best Hotels to Book in Grand Prairie, Texas

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Although it’s a city in its own right, Grand Prairie now forms the central part of the Dallas–Fort Worth urban sprawl. Home to the main airport for the area, it’s a great place to stay if you’re visiting either of those cities and want some good value options. There are plenty of good times to be had in Grand Prairie and neighboring Arlington, too, from days out at Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark and Six Flags to shopping at Grand Prairie Premium Outlets to catching a game AT&T Stadium. Book one of these hotels in Grand Prairie, Texas, with Culture Trip, and you’ll be right in the heart of the action.

1. Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Grand Prairie, for access to all the entertainment

Chain Hotel

Two double beds against a blue-patterned accent wall in a room with a grey carpet, desk and flat-screen TV at Courtyard by Marriott Dallas Grand Prairie
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Billed as a business hotel, this slick modern stay is much more than that. When you stay here, you’ll have access to an on-site fitness center, outdoor pool, putting green, patio bar and fire pit. Plus it’s in a fantastic spot for all of Grand Prairie’s entertainment ‒ and we mean all. Just three minutes drive from Epic Waters Waterpark, and under 15 from go-karting, Six Flags, Texas Live! Mall and the AT&T stadium – its location couldn’t be better.

2. La Quinta Inn and Suites by Wyndham Dallas Grand Prairie North, for long stays


Room at La Quinta with grey theme and flatscreen, desk and pattern carpet
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Ideal for a long stay in the Grand Prairie/Dallas area, this hotel has plenty of extras that maximize comfort and ease. Wake up each morning to a free Bright Side Breakfast, and keep your fitness routine up with a workout in the gym or a swim in the outdoor pool. The front desk, business center, and gym are all accessible 24/7 ‒ as are the childcare services, in case you suddenly decide to go out for a special dinner or have to work. Rooms have mini-fridges and microwaves so you don’t have to eat out every night.

3. Tru By Hilton Grand Prairie, for Gen Z travelers

Chain Hotel

Two double beds against a light blue accent wall and in a room with a dark wood floor, a desk and a TV at Tru by Hilton Grand Prairie
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Hilton’s Tru brand is designed with younger adults in mind ‒ and there are nods to Gen-Z priorities throughout this Grand Prairie hotel, from the funky architecture to the board game-library and the open-plan lobby, complete with free coffee and enough laptop points to power a whole remote-working startup. Just off the I-30 and 10 minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, this hotel is a convenient choice whether you’re driving or flying in.

5. Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Grand Prairie, for comfort and convenience

Chain Hotel

A double bed in a room with a lime green accent wall, a wooden desk and a TV at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dallas Grand Prairie
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This cheap and cheerful hotel provides everything you need for a comfortable and convenient stay. Rooms have air conditioning, black-out blinds, and a choice of pillows. Wifi, parking, breakfast and unlimited coffee are free, and the outdoor pool and hot tub wouldn’t be out of place in a more expensive hotel. It’s located in a mall, so shopping and eating are right on your doorstep, too.

6. Comfort Suites Grand Prairie, for spacious suites

Suite Hotel

Two double beds facing a flat-screen TV at Hyatt Place Dallas
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As the name suggests, this is an all-suite hotel, so each room has both a living area with sleeper sofa and flatscreen TV and a kitchenette, with microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker. Breakfast is free and includes eggs, pancakes and waffles, as well as continental options. Located just off Route 360, between the suburbs of Grand Prairie and Arlington North, this hotel is within reach of highlights like Six Flags Over Texas, Lone Star Park and Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.

7. Home2Suites By Hilton Grand Prairie, for extended visits


Two double beds in a large room with a grey carpet, a grey sofa, a desk and a flat screen TV at Home2 Suites by Hilton Dallas Grand Prairie
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Here for a long time as well as a good time? Hilton’s Home2Suites brand makes staying for a week or more a dream, with its pet-friendly rooms, free breakfasts and in-suite kitchens. The location is good, too; just off the I-20, in the south of Grand Prairie, you’re close to both the Cowboys football and Rangers baseball stadiums, and just a few minutes from the cinema and Epic Waters Waterpark.

8. Staybridge Suites Grand Prairie, for the conveniences of home

Chain Hotel, Suite Hotel

Living space with grey and blue sofas and armchairs in a high-ceilinged room at Staybridge Suites Dallas Grand Prairie
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This all-suite hotel offers free self-laundry as well as spacious living spaces and fully-equipped kitchens in each room, plus an in-house market so you can stock up on supplies. The rooms come with Scandi-chic furnishings, including desks and lamps to make remote working less painful. As well as the complimentary buffet breakfast, the hotel runs a social event on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights with free snacks and chats. And, as it’s just down the road from Grand Prairie Premium Outlets, you can stock up on big labels during your stay.

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