Irving is a Texas city just northwest of Dallas and is an economic powerhouse in North Texas and is home to the region’s largest office park, where more than 10 percent of Fortune 500 companies are headquartered or have a significant presence. The Irving Arts Center offers changing art exhibitions, outdoor installations, theater productions and concerts. Dominating the center of Williams Square is Robert Glen’s “Mustangs of Las Colinas,” a bronze sculpture of 9 wild horses galloping through water.
Explore Irving like never before when you stay at Dallas Marriott Las Colinas. Our hotel’s picturesque waterfront location along Lake Carolyn provides breathtaking views and unique gondola services.
Getting to Dallas Marriott Las Colinas
Taxi services are available. Rates range from 25 to 35 USD from the airport to hotel plus supplement charges for the time of day, baggage and extra passengers.
Travelling by plane
Travel with ease. The Dallas Marriott Las Colinas is just a short drive from two major airports, Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Dallas Love Field (DAL) Aiport
Alternate transportation: Preferred Transportation; fee: 37 USD (one way) ;on request
Estimated taxi fare: 35 USD (one way)
Bus service, fee: 18 USD (one way)
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
Alternate transportation: Preferred Transportation; fee: 30 USD (one way) ;on request
Estimated taxi fare: 25 USD (one way)
Bus service, fee: 15 USD (one way)
Travelling by car
The Dallas Marriott Las Colinas is just a short drive from two major airports, Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Both airports are 9 miles from the hotel. Estimated taxi fare is around 35 USD (one way).
3401 W. Airport Frwy. Nbr 137
Irving, TX 75062
Phone: +1 972-594-4473
500 West Las Colinas Blvd
Irving, TX 75039
Phone: +1 972-409-7073
Health and Safety
You should take the following steps whenever you travel:
- Make a copy of your passport, and pack it in a place separate from where you are carrying the original.
- Leave a copy of your itinerary with family or friends at home.
- Be especially cautious at crowded subways, train stations, bus stations, tourist sites, market places, festivals, and crime-ridden neighborhoods.
- Don’t use short cuts, narrow alleys, or poorly lit streets.
- Try not to travel alone at night; if you have no choice, let a colleague know where you are going.
- Avoid public demonstrations and other personal matters with strangers.
- Try not to wear conspicuous clothing and expensive jewelry, and do not carry excessive amounts of money or unnecessary credit cards
- Familiarize yourself with emergency exits and procedures at the venue, and your hotel