Hotel offers ideal location
Hotel at a Glance: Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Arlington Near Six Flags
This Days Inn & Suites attracts businesspeople, tourists, and amusement park enthusiasts alike thanks to its ideal location between Dallas and Forth Worth—about 17 miles to either city—and 5–10 minutes to Six Flags amusement parks. Sports fans also enjoy its close proximity to AT&T Stadium, home of the Cowboys, and Globe Life Park, home of the Rangers. Meanwhile, those here for functions and business take advantage of easy access to Arlington Convention Center. Check out some other things to do at and around Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Arlington Near Six Flags:
- Enjoy the accommodations: Cozy up in a room complete with free WiFi, flat-screen HDTV, cable, and other amenities.
- Start the morning right with complimentary breakfast featuring fresh fruit, coffee, bagels, and other buffet items.
- Hit the amusement parks: The hotel is in short distance from both Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, where you’ll find an abundance of rollercoasters and thrill rides.
- Visit Grand Prairie just a short drive away, where guests can catch a show at Verizon Theatre or watch horse races at Lone Star Park.
Arlington, Texas: Iconic Sports Teams and Family-Friendly Attractions
Known as the Midway to Metroplex, Arlington is situated halfway between the bustling metropolises of Dallas and Fort Worth in northeast Texas. A sizable city itself, Arlington houses some of the most legendary sports venues in the state, including AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Park. If the baseball team isn’t in town, you can take a tour of the complex through admission to the Hall of Fame, which showcases famous artifacts such as Joe DiMaggio’s glove and Babe Ruth’s jersey.
Many Arlington itineraries include a trip to Six Flags Over Texas; the amusement park’s name refers to the six nations that have governed Texas. The theme park has nearly 50 thrill rides. One of those is Superman: Tower of Power, which has a car that rises more than 30 stories and then falls at dizzying speeds.