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Texas-OU Football Weekend

Each year, Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners fans descend on Fair Park and the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Texas for a legendary football showdown.  The game draws tons of fans to the area, and the weekend is jam-packed with football action. The game is on Saturday, October 14th, and a lot of fans plan to spend the full weekend in Dallas checking out all there is to offer.

From can’t-miss barbecue and tacos to museums and shopping districts, there are plenty of top-tier attractions to explore in the Dallas area while you’re here for Texas-OU.

Texas-OU Football Hotels

Unsure of where to stay for Texas-OU weekend? The hotels below are best if you want to be close to all the excitement around Fair Park that weekend, but be sure to explore all the Dallas neighborhoods to fill your weekend with all that there is to offer. As we get closer to Texas-OU football weekend, hotels will fill up quickly. Be sure to book soon for the best possible hotel rate!

The Joule Hotel

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As one of Dallas’ many luxury hotels, the Joule stands out in Downtown Dallas as a contemporary and chic hotel option for visitors. The Joule is packed full of dining options, from cafes and cocktail bars to a Texas-style restaurant. The rooftop pool is sure to please and surprise, as the edge of pool extends over the edge of the hotel! Find out more about the Joule on our website here.

 

 

Omni Dallas Hotel

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At just over 1,000 guest rooms, the Omni Hotel Dallas makes its presence known in Downtown Dallas. The building is lined with LED lighting that adds personality and flair to the building and is incredibly eye-catching. With full-service restaurants, a sports bar, cafes, and lounges, you may never even have to leave the hotel! Just about 2 miles from the Cotton Bowl, the Omni Dallas is a great option if you’re going to the game, or even watching it at the Owner’s Box sports bar just off the main lobby. To find out more, visit our Omni Dallas page.

Lorenzo Hotel

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Defined by its quirky and fun interior and exterior design, the Lorenzo hotel puts a vibrant spin on the average hotel stay. The artful and eccentric hotel is in a great location for heading to the Texas-OU game and is not far from some of Dallas’ most interesting neighborhoods with the best restaurants and nightlife. Take a look at more photos of the Lorenzo and check rates for Texas-OU weekend here.

 

Whether you’re coming in from out of town for the game or planning a staycation, there are plenty of hotels in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Even if you can’t make it to the game, there are plenty of sports bars and hot spots in the area that no doubt will be packed by kickoff! Check out our Dallas neighborhood guide for the best advice on where to stay!

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