|2014 Winter Meeting Hotel Information|
HYATT REGENCY DALLAS
HYATT REGENCY DALLAS
300 Reunion Boulevard
Dallas, Texas, USA, 75207
Tel: +1 214 651 1234, Fax: +1 214 742 8126
Hotel rooms are available for NORA members at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at the discounted rate of $199 per night. You may make reservations by calling 888-421-1442 and mentioning the NORA Winter Meeting or by clicking here to reserve your rooms online.
Please make your reservations by 2/12/2014; please be aware that the room block may sell out before this date.
Only the link from this website and Hyatt phone-in reservations are valid means of securing a hotel room in the NORA room block. No outside agency has authorization from NORA to book rooms for the NORA Winter Meeting. NORA cannot guarantee the authenticity of reservations booked outside this website or Hyatt phone-in reservations.
If you are driving to the hotel, overnight valet parking is available at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at a rate of $22 per day with in and out privileges. Overnight self-parking is also available at $10 per day. For other options, including hourly rates, click here for the Hyatt's parking information page.
Discover one of the city’s most desired AAA Four Diamond luxury hotels where the word "welcome” is more than a greeting. Enjoy the convenience of being adjacent to the the city's top attractions when you stay at Hyatt Regency Dallas.
Luxury Hotel at Reunion Tower
Take advantage of being located by the historic district, West End, minutes from the train (connected via underground concourse), Convention Center, downtown business headquarters, sports arenas and shopping meccas of the city when you stay at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion. Sophisticated enough to please the most discerning business traveler, this distinctive downtown Dallas, Texas luxury hotel delights leisure travelers with "all the little extras” that set us apart. From the ultra-contemporary Wolfgang Puck restaurant to the unrivaled service, you’ll understand why this landmark tower isn’t the only thing that stands out against the Dallas skyline.