Area Attractions

Stay within minutes of exciting things to do in Fort Worth, Texas and the Dallas Metroplex. Gather the family and take off to Six Flags Over Texas and Hurricane Harbor, tee off at Bear Creek Golf Club, and catch baseball action at Globe Life Park. Head back to our DFW airport hotel and lounge by the heated zero-edge pool, work out in our StayFit™ Gym, and enjoy the YogaAway™ program in the privacy of your guestroom. Our concierge is happy to help with dinner reservations, tee times and recommendations.





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Hyatt Regency DFW International Airport

2334 North International Parkway, P.O. Box 619014
DFW Airport, Texas, USA, 75261



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Parks and Recreation

Kyle Warren Park

There are over 5.2 acres of yoga groups, childrens play areas, ping pong competition, classic movie screening and restaurants wrapped up into the green swath perched above Dallas's bustling highway systems.

Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags Over Texas is home to more than 100 heart pounding rides and thrills including adrenaline-filled roller coasters like Mr. Freeze: Reverse Blast and the New Texas Giant. Guests of the park can also find family-friendly shows and live music.

Bear Creek Golf Club

Tee off at one of Golf Digest’s “Best Places To Play”. Also voted the area’s “Best Place To Host A Corporate Event”, these renowned Dallas Fort Worth golf courses sit on a scenic 335 acres of land near Fort Worth International Airport; 20 minutes from downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

Lake Grapevine (10 miles)

This 8,000 acre lake is home to some of the most enjoyable outdoor activities in Grapevine. Great for fishing, boating, camping, hiking and hiking, and much more. Enjoy public hunting on the northwest end of Grapevine Lake with deer (archery only), feral hog, waterfowl, and other small game. Feel free to stay a while and enjoy the beautiful parks, trails, and water sports that Lake Grapevine offers.


Grapevine Mills Mall

This expansive mall includes over 200 stores, from manufacturers' outlets to off-price specialty stores with much in-between.

Dallas Galleria

This upscale shopping center offers restaurants, top notch clothiers, and gift shops. An indoor skating rink and seasonal holiday decorations add to the appeal.

Bass Pro Shops

Unrivaled sporting goods store featuring a large selection of fly fishing, freshwater fishing supplies and hunting gear.

Historic Downtown Grapevine

Home to eight Texas wineries, three craft breweries, countless unforgettable restaurants, and charming boutiques, Grapevine has an experience for all. Located just minutes away, there is a shuttle that transport you to and from the Historic Downtown.

Historic Sites

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

The museum chronicles the happenings of JFK's assassination while visiting Dallas. Examine the life and legacy that President John F. Kennedy left through documents, films, photographs and family artifacts.

The Stockyards (24 miles)

The Fort Worth Stockyards is the history book of the livestock industry in Texas. Each chapter is represented by the original bricks and mortar, the wood corrals, the men and the music that are all still a part of the Stockyards today.

Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame (24 miles)

Discover the Wild West with exhibits that take you back in time. Featuring the Sterquell Wagon Collection, Chisholm Trail Exhibit, Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame, Adventures of the Cowboy Trail, and the Jersey Lilly Old-Tyme Photo Parlor this Western wonder is fun for everyone!

George W. Bush Presidential Center (24 miles)

Explore state-of-the-art interactive exhibits to learn about eight years of American history and presidential life. Experience monumental exhibits such as, “A Nation Under Attack”, “The Situation Room Experience”, “Responding to Sept. 11”, and the life-size replica of the Oval Office.

Arts & Culture

Dallas Museum of Art (20 miles)

In addition to the museum collections and exhibits, you will find award-winning restaurants, classes and more at this state-of-the-art museum.

Fair Park (22 miles)

Located in the heart of Dallas, this National Landmark houses more than 277 acres of museums, attractions, and art. Enjoy live performances, seasonal art productions, the State Fair of Texas, and cheer on sports teams at the Cotton Bowl.

Perot Museum (19 miles)

Spend a day of exploring five floors and 11 interactive exhibits to learn about everything from dinosaurs, to space, to the human body. Enjoy state-of-the-art videos and interact with life-like simulations for the ultimate hands-on science experience.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (27 miles)

Located in the Cultural District of Fort Worth, the Modern Art Museum is known for its pavilions that appear to float on the water. The museum has over 2,600 pieces in its collection and dedicates itself to “collecting, presenting, and interpreting international developments in post–World War II art in all media”.