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Reunion Tower, Dallas

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  • I took my cousin that was in town from california. We had drinks and noodles that were delicious! The view is amazing obviously.. must go when in Dallas  more »
  • The Reunion Tower lighted ball is an icon in the Dallas skyline. You can access the Reunion Tower through the Hyatt Regency Dallas. The tower observation area sits on a rotating floor providing you th...  more »
  • This was a good place to experience at least once. We went during the day and at night. But once you have seen it once there isn't much to draw you back again.  more »
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  • An absolute must while visiting Dallas. The views are absolutely amazing. Only four stars though because the price to go up to the observation deck are WAY too high. Staff is always friendly and knowledgeable. The drink prices are a bit high, but compared to other local prices are fair. Make sure to get a good selfie from the bottom. They sell souvenir pictures, but they too are high priced.
  • This is a landmark that I highly recommend visiting at least once , when you come to Dallas. You can enjoy brunch and an ever-changing view as the restaurant slowly rotates. It is very nice ,especially during the non-rush hours. In almost every skyline view of Dallas, you will see “the ball” ,and can say, “I was there”.
  • Located at the bottom is the Hyatt Hotel. Wife and I visited one evening before heading back to the hotel. Not a whole lot to see since it was foggy, do check the weather before spending the cash ($16 no military discount) and riding up. Self Parking is about a 1/4 mile walk and you pay by the 1/2 to 1 HR, ours was 6$ for about 2 hours. Since we have been to the Hancock and Willis Towers in Chicago, this is minor in comparison. That being said, at least at night you get to see the lights of the city. Would not return, once is enough for a wise man. But for an experience and city view check it out. In addition, the cafe closes at 7PM and rotates as you sit at the table. Thanks for reading.
  • Amazing hotel the hyatt, worth the price. Great view from the tower. Despite what other reviews say it's not noisy. Staff are friendly and ready to help.
  • Great views of the city! It's a perfect place to kill about an hour or two if you're visiting Dallas. Definitely try to make sure you visit on a clear day. And look into getting a Dallas CityPass for discounted admission.

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