DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas - Campbell Centre

Dallas, TX Hotel
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DoubleTree by Hilton
Total Meeting Space1,486 sq. m
Guest Rooms300
8250 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75206

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas - Campbell Centre

Dallas, TX Hotel
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Eat, Drink & Be Merry!

$1.00 - $100,000.00
06/11/2018 – 12/31/2018

Need Dates

  • 09/25/201809/30/2018




Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,486 sq. m
Meeting Rooms22
Largest Room631 sq. m
Second Largest Room400 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms300
Singles (1 Bed)141
Single (1 Bed) Rate$109.00 – $249.00
Tax Rate15.26%



Local Attractions

George W Bush Presidential Library

3 mi. away
The Library is the repository for textual, audiovisual, and electronic Presidential records created or received throughout the Administration of President George W. Bush as well as other donated collections
2943 SMU Boulevard
Dallas, TX, US 75205

The Museum of Biblical Art

1 mi. away
Established in 1967, named the Museum of Biblical Art in 1999, the MBA, is an art museum in Dallas, Texas that is unlike any museum in the world. It has a simple mission: To display art with a Biblical theme. Nothing of its size exists in the United States, making it a treasure trove for art enthusiasts. Diverse types of art are exhibited including bronze sculpture installations, drawings, fine prints, and oil paintings. Specialized galleries have been created for Biblical Archaeology, Jewish Art, Religious Architecture, Israeli Art, African American Art and Hispanic Art. The Museum is a cultural crossroads, utilizing art for tolerance and understanding reflected in the various archaeological exhibits and decorative art from Israel and the Holy Land. The MBA's vision encompasses the classical arts with a call to beauty which emphasizes the Biblical figurative art illustrating the narratives of the Bible and a call to the study of classical Greco-Roman art, archaeology and architecture. Featured Artists Include: John Singer Sargent, Marc Chagall, Jacques Lipchitz, Ben Shahn, Paolo Verenese, Francesco Guardi, Agam, Kathe Köllwitz, Albert Pinkham Ryder, Emil Nolde, James Tissot, Oskar Kokoschka, Bernard Buffet, Andy Warhol, Everett Shinn, John Marin, and many more.
7500 Park Lane
Dallas, TX, US 75225

Southern Methodist University

2 mi. away
SMU is a private university of 11000 students near the vibrant heart of Dallas. SMU is located five miles north of downtown Dallas near the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and Mockingbird Lane, a few blocks from a light rail station.
6425 Boaz Lane
Dallas, TX, US 75205

Granada Theater

2 mi. away
Built by Phil Isley in 1946, the Granada Theater opened during the Golden Age of Hollywood as a 700-seat first run movie house. During that year the theater probably premiered James Stewart’s Oscar nominated performance in It’s a Wonderful Life. Over that era the theater would have screened Marlon Brando in Streetcar Named Desire (1951) and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (‘58) alongside Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday (‘53) and My Fair Lady (‘64). Whatever you favorites, this period produced landmark films, not to mention musicals, which are generally regarded as “The Classics”. On August 18, 2004 The Granada opened under new management of Mike Schoder, owner of the independent CD World stores. A true music fan, Schoder envisioned a better music venue for Dallas. His installation of big-time sound and lighting systems alone help ensure an improved concert experience. A local artist added decorative scrolls to the entrance doors and poster boxes and applied the midas touch to the lobby bar. Special attention was given to the lobby lighting, enlivening the existing murals and decor.
3524 Greenville Avenue
TX, US 75206

The Dallas Convention Center

Convention Center
7 mi. away
The Dallas Convention Center has over 1,000,000 square feet. And it offers a staggering 726,726 square feet of prime, contiguous exhibit space along with a 203,000-square-foot column-free exhibit hall, the largest in the U.S. Plus, the Dallas Convention Center offer even more great features, like a 9,816-seat arena, a theater with a 1,750-person capacity and 96 meeting rooms.
650 South Griffin Street
Dallas, TX, US 75202

Fair Park

9 mi. away
Site of the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition, Fair Park boasts the world’s largest collection of Art Deco exhibit buildings, art and sculpture. Located in the heart of Dallas, Fair Park is 277 acres of museums, attractions, history, art and performances. Enjoy a visit to our National Historic Landmark.
1121 First Ave
Dallas, TX, US 75210

North Park Center

1 block away
Named as one of the "7 Retail Wonders of the Modern World" by Shopping Centers Today, NorthPark Center offers an unparalleled luxury shopping experience with over 235 unique retailers, restaurants and legendary department stores, and a clientele that spans both the United States and the world. Following a 1.2-million-square-foot, $250 million expansion in 2006, NorthPark Center emerged as the new standard for innovative shopping destinations with a spectacular collection of stores and restaurants representing the finest in luxury and trendsetting retailers in the Southwest.
8687 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75225

Frontiers of Flight Museum‎

4 mi. away
n 1963, George Haddaway, a noted aviation historian and the publisher of “ Flight” magazine, donated his enormous collection of artifacts and archival materials to The University of Texas. This “History of Aviation Collection” was moved from Austin to The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) in the late 1970’s. In 1988, because of problems with public access and space limitations, UTD and Mr. Haddaway forged an agreement with a group of Dallas leaders to make possible the display of part of the collection, in particular most of the physical artifacts at an off-campus site. With the leadership of Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, the late William E. “Bill” Cooper, and Jan Collmer, the Frontiers of Flight Museum was formed in 1988 as a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. The City of Dallas agreed to provide space on the mezzanine level of the main terminal building at Love Field. With donations from corporations, individuals, and foundations, exhibits over 5,500 square feet were made available to the public in June 1990. For several years the museum also sponsored popular air shows at Dallas Love Field, but these were discontinued in the early 2000’s as traffic increased at Love Field.
6911 Lemmon Avenue
Dallas, TX, US 75209

Distance from Airport

  • 12.87 km from Venue

Affiliated Organizations


Stylish and inviting, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas - Campbell Centre is ideally situated within the dynamic Campbell Center office complex, in the heart of Dallas’ business district. We're near SMU and University Park as well as many popular Dallas area attractions. Newly refreshed and designed for convenience and productivity, the hotel features an array of amenities and services including our signature warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie, presented to you upon arrival. We offer our guests complimentary shuttle service within a three-mile radius of the hotel. With 300 rooms and suites across 19 floors, we're a great choice for groups and corporate travelers. Each modern room features floor-to-ceiling windows with great views of Dallas. Upgrade your stay to a junior executive suite and enjoy an oversized room with a pullout sofa and mini-refrigerator. We have over 15,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting and event space, including a stunning 2,224 sq. ft. rooftop ballroom with city views, perfect for corporate receptions or wedding celebrations. From customizable packages, gourmet catering options and expert on-site A/V support, we provide everything you need for a perfectly coordinated event. DoubleTree by Hilton Dallas - Campbell Centre seamlessly blends work and play. Finish a presentation at our 24-hour Internet Connectivity Zone featuring WiFi, computers and printers. Work out in our fitness facility or unwind with colleagues or friends over drinks. Indulge in unique Texas-inspired cuisine at 82fifty Restaurant and Bar. Decompress with a laugh at Backdoor Comedy Club, located off our hotel lobby.

Additional Information

7.9 miles from Dallas Convention Center 6.7 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport