- View all PhotosRenaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West HotelPlano, TX4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel Class
All 304 guest rooms at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West offer modern furnishings, flat-screen TVs with Netflix, Wi-Fi access, plush bedding, Aveda bath products and floor-to-ceiling windows. This hotel in west Plano, Texas, welcomes a lot of business travelers, but vacationers will find plenty to love as well – including a heated outdoor pool, rooftop cabanas and 24-hour fitness center. If you'd like to dine on-site, pay a visit to the hotel's Asian-fusion restaurant, OMA, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For lighter fare, take a seat at the Whiskey Moon bar, which serves up snacks and small plates like bao buns, in addition to craft cocktails and Texas and Japanese whiskeys. Recent visitors were impressed by the hotel's upscale design and its proximity to nearby shops and restaurants. While most travelers reported a pleasant experience, some guests found their rooms noisy at night due to the nearby highway. Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel is a part of the Marriott network, which means you can use and earn Marriott Bonvoy points during your stay.
- View all PhotosRenaissance Austin HotelAustin, TX8.9 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassAlthough this isn't the best home base for sightseers (the hotel sits 10 miles north of downtown Austin), the Renaissance Austin Hotel is the ideal place for nature enthusiasts. Perched on the northern edge of the Austin Arboretum, the hotel offers beautiful views of Texas Hill Country and prime access to the verdant gardens. But while many rave about the property's peaceful location and friendly, attentive staff, some recent guests say that the Renaissance Austin Hotel is adequate at best. Major complaints include spotty internet service (for an extra charge) and small rooms. Travelers also express mixed feelings about the guest room decor: Some love the leather lounge chairs and the red accents, while others are quick to call out stained carpets and dim lighting. But you don't have to spend that much time in your room. The Renaissance Austin Hotel features a gym, two pools and access to a jogging trail, as well as the cybercafe eatery, @ustinbytes, and the Texas-style restaurant, Knotty Deck & Bar. Because Renaissance hotels fall under the Marriott umbrella, Marriott Bonvoy members can use points to pay for their stay.
- View all PhotosRenaissance Dallas HotelDallas, TX4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassLess than 4 miles from central Dallas, the Renaissance Dallas Hotel gets mostly positive reviews from guests. It's easy to see why: Guest rooms are colorful and cozy, boasting amenities for work (like oversized desks) and pleasure (like flat-screen TVs). And outside the rooms, you'll find a glamorous rooftop pool and pool deck, a fitness center and a sauna. Hotel staff can also help you set up a tee time at the Tenison Highlands Golf Course, located roughly 8 miles away. Or, if you've got kids in tow, the Dallas World Aquarium and the Dallas Zoo are both within easy reach. When dinnertime rolls around, recent guests highly recommend dining at Asador, claiming that they've noticed a significant improvement in the cuisine over the past few years (and that the crab cakes are particularly tasty). Plus, members of Marriott Bonvoy can use the points they've earned to cover the cost of their room at this Renaissance property.
- View all PhotosThe Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth HotelFort Worth, TX4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassOverlooking Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth, The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel is a well-suited location for leisure travelers; it is close to downtown's restaurants and shops, while top sites like the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame are just a short drive away. However, recent guests warn that this convenience will cost you: Many guests complain of expensive parking fees and internet charges. But for some, the hotel's indoor pool, whirlpool and in-house eateries are worth the extra cost. Some guests complain that rooms are a little small for a hotel of this caliber, but the plush furniture and floral accents made up for it. Guests also suggest reserving a room with a private balcony overlooking main street if you can. Don't feel like paying extra for views? Take advantage of the floor-to-ceiling windows in BarWired while enjoying a cup of joe. And if you need a little more in your stomach, head to Vidalias for flavorful Southwestern fare. Because this is a Renaissance property, Marriott Bonvoy members can put their points towards a free night's stay or a room upgrade.
- View all PhotosRenaissance Dallas Richardson HotelRichardson, TX4.0-star Hotel Class4.0-star Hotel ClassMany guests give this Renaissance hotel good reviews for its customer service. But they enjoy the guest rooms even more, which feature contemporary brown and red decor and all the standard amenities of a Renaissance property (like flat-screen TVs, custom duvets and in-room coffee makers). The hotel, located roughly 17 miles north of Dallas, also receives props for its facilities. Recent visitors appreciate the indoor pool and hot tub, while restless travelers find the fitness facility to be an excellent touch. And with ample business services and meeting space, the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel makes a great home base for working guests. The property also satisfies appetites with its in-house restaurant, R: Visitors enjoy the contemporary cuisine and relaxed atmosphere. Recent guests did warn that the lobby bar's location within the open atrium can make for a noisy night. Still, since this property is part of the Marriott's large hotel family, loyal guests can use or earn points through the brand's rewards program.
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