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September and October in Dallas aren’t complete without Big Tex, corny dogs, and fair rides. Conveniently located in downtown Dallas right across the street from the DART train’s Pearl/Arts District station, guests can stay the night at the Sheraton Dallas, leave their car at the hotel and take the train straight to an entrance of the State Fair of Texas.

Make the most of your State Fair of Texas experience by staying the night at the Sheraton Dallas and booking the hotel’s State Fair of Texas package, which includes:

  • Breakfast for two each night of stay

  • 20% food and beverage discount at Open Palette and Draft Sports Bar & Lounge when you show your State Fair of Texas ticket to your server

  • A life-size Big Tex located in the hotel's lobby for guests to take photos with and share on social media

The package can be booked online with the promo S4B, and is available during the dates the fair is open between September 24th and October 17th. 

Did you know the State Fair of Texas is the longest running fair in the nation? Come celebrate the tradition and all things Texas at Sheraton Dallas. 

Sheraton Dallas Hotel is the largest hotel in North Texas with 1,840 guest rooms and 230,000 square feet of flexible meeting and convention spaces. The hotel features a pool and one of the largest hotel fitness centers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, such as Peloton bikes, versatile strength training and cardio machines, and free weights. 

Open Palette, the hotel’s signature restaurant and bar, offers modern American cuisine with a bold spin on flavors. Guests can also pick up fresh bites to-go at Open Mkt. Grab ‘n Go including salads, pizza, house-made baked goods, and local snacks as well as coffee, wine and beer, sodas and other drinks, to fuel up before a long day at the fair or exploring Dallas. Draft Sports Bar and Lounge is the hotel’s sports bar and features 25 flat-screen TVs and local beer on draft. 

 

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