Nice, clean and roomy! However, the AC was horrid. I don't know if it needed maintenance or just plain broke. It was loud when the compressor kicked in and didn't seem to cool as well as it should. Once the compressor kicked off the fan would not engage and circulate the air. No big deal but just annoying when trying to sleep. Other than that, it was a very good place to stay.
Traveller from Vidor, Tx
Conveniently located within 2 miles of Six Flags Over Texas, Hurricane Harbor and Rangers Stadium. Walking distance to …More
Excellent hotel, the only thing i did not like was the layout od the room since the small fridge and the sofa bed was next to each other basically i had to jump over the sofa to open the fridge, other than that it is a great hotel.
What a wonderful experience! The hotel & the entire staff was just amazing. Not a single thing to complain about~on the contrary~everything to rave about. It was super clean & beautifully maintained, the staff was exceptional in every way possible. There were plenty of nearby restaurants & shopping areas to chose from. The breakfast included was tastefully prepared and enough variety to please anybody. Can't say enough about this hotel & the staff, except to say if you are planning to visit this area...this is the place to stay to make the trip enjoyable...AWESOME, is the word for my experience!
Traveller from Niagara Falls NY
The La Quinta Inn & Suites South Grand Prairie is a brand new hotel that resides in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth …More
Hotel is fine. Room's are fine. My biggest criticism is their coffee situation. I spent 3 nights there. I was excited to see that they served Starbucks coffee, however, getting any is the problem. The first morning, I went to get a cup, there was no one attending the Starbucks counter. Someone finally found the guy after waiting several minutes. My last day, I went down there to get a cup, Sunday, May 8, 2016, and there was a sign at the counter stating that the Starbucks guy was gone to lunch and would be back in 30 minutes. Several hotel employees tried to find him to no avail. None spoke English and none could explain why someone would go to lunch at 8:15 in the morning. I finally gave up. I also thought it odd that he left the entire breakfast buffet unattended.
Located 20 miles to the west of Dallas, Arlington is packed with exciting attractions and activities. Catch a fly ball at a Rangers game or scream at the top of your lungs on Six Flags Over Texas thrill rides. If it's the offseason for football, take a tour of AT&T Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys call home, or spend a quiet afternoon examining the masterpieces at the Arlington Museum of Art.