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Sorry if there is already another thread on this, but can a woopigger help me with some hotel suggestions for the night of the game?
Seriously? There are like 100 hotels in about a 5 mile range of Cowboys Stadium. What's your price range? How close do you wanna be? Do you require a Denny's next door?
Alright look here you freaky little ginger, I asked nicely!! Price range is less than $150.00 for the night, and I just don't want it to be in a seedy neighborhood.
Well, less than $150 a night for that weekend NEAR the stadium is going to be pretty tight. We usually stay in the Hilton Garden Inn for the SWC each year but they're wanting $249 a night for that weekend. And it's probably sold out by now. I honestly don't think you can go wrong in that area. We've stayed at the Courtyard by Marriott too. It's a little older hotel but not bad. There aren't a lot of seedy areas near the stadium from what I remember but then again, I haven't lived there. We're actually gonna stay all the way up in Grapevine because we're not arriving til the day of the game and are going to do some shopping and etc. that Saturday at Grapevine Mills Mall and Bass Pro Shops.
I saw some in Grapevine as well, how far is that from the stadium?
Stayed at a Holiday Inn Express in Garland for the 2000 Cotton Bowl & it was $50/night. Pretty nice and filled with Hogs fans.
www.priceline.comYou think I'm shitting you, but you can go on here, select the part of the city you want, and get a 4 star for less than $100, guaranteed (by me, not priceline). Hotwire works well, too. Hotels that partner with these places have to keep some available for these sites, even if they go cheaper.Brought to you by the price chopper.
I will not say GOOGLE MOTHERTRUCKER but I'll say this: It's about 15 miles directly north on 360. MINUS heavy traffic, it's really only about a 20 minute drive from Grapevine to the stadium. With traffic, well, a drive from just about ANYWHERE will take longer than 20 minutes to get to the stadium. Even a drive from a mile away. After the SWC, we drove up to the Gaylord Texan to hang out in their sports bar which is by far one of the best I've ever been to. Took me right at 30 minutes to get there, get parked, and get inside to the bar. Of course, we did wait for about 30 minutes after the game to leave the parking lot at CS.
The current 121 DFW Connector in Grapevine is the end all be all of DFW traffic clusterfucks right now to be avoided at all costs.If you want to stay there to hit up Grapevine Mills, that's cool. I do like the Outlet Mall in Allen way better and the new Bass Pro Shop on Lake Ray Hubbard is pretty kickass. Just be aware that it can take you 30 or 45 min to get through that mess. I might even get a map and cut through Colleyville and take Industrial through Euless and it turns into Collins in Arlington and takes you to the stadium. This is the way all of the people I work with in Arlington get home to Colleyville/Grapevine/Southlake....
I require a strip club next to mine.
So if I'm swinging west on Geo. Bush, then south toward Grand Parie on Bush/161, I'll never have to deal with this "121 DFW Connector" mess, si? Also, my highly placed sources in Sunnyvale tell me that Geo. Bush is now open at I-30 at the Lake. If true, that should shave a few minutes for those coming into town on I-30 and staying in the Richardson, Addison, Plano area.
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