Welcome to Dallas, TX, a city known for its skyline and entertainment areas - served daily by Love Field Airport. Love Field provides a gateway to Dallas for more than 7 million passengers each year. Many nearby hotels offer comfortable accommodations close to attractions, the downtown district, Love Field, the convention center, and Dallas Market Center!

Love Field Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Love Field in the heart of Dallas. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Stay near the Love Field airport for great rates on hotels in the country's eighth largest city!

Love Field Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Courtyard by Marriott
Courtyard by Marriott
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Additional Hotels:

Hyatt Regency Dallas
300 Reunion Boulevard,
Dallas, TX, US 75207

Wingate Inn Dallas Market Center
8650 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75247 US

Ramada - Dallas Love Field
1575 Regal Row
Dallas, TX 75247 US

Dallas, TX 75247 US

Hawthorn Suites - Dallas (Market Center)
7900 Brookriver Drive
Dallas, TX 75247 US

Comfort Inn & Suites Market Center
7138 N. Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX 75247 US

Dallas, TX 75247 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas Market Center
6950 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75247 US

Homewood Suites Dallas Market Center
2747 North Stemmons Frw
Dallas, TX 75207 US

Best Western Northwest Inn
2361 W Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75220-4450 US

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Dallas
1907 N. Lamar St
Dallas, Texas 75202 US

Super 8 Dallas Love Field Market Center
9229 Carpenter Frwy
Dallas, TX 75247 US

Embassy Suites Hotel Dallas-Market Center
2727 Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75207 US

Baymont Inn & Suites Dallas Love Field North
2370 West Northwest Hwy
Dallas, TX 75220 US

Marriott Suites Dallas Market Center
2493 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75207 US

About Dallas Love Field

In 1917 the Dallas Love Field was constructed by the United States Army in order to serve as a training ground for pilots. It was named for United States Army First Lieutenant Moss Lee Love who had lost his life in an aviation accident earlier. The airport is located just a few miles outside of Dallas, Texas. The field became a publicly owned facility in 1927. Over the next 10 years the airport constructed new and more modern runways that allowed dozens of regular flights to take place every day.

Like many airports Dallas Love Field was commissioned by the military for use during World War II. The Air Force took control of the base and used it as a training facility for new pilots. Later, the base was used as a maintenance facility for planes that were damaged or that needed upgrades. The field was returned to civilian control in 1945.

Throughout the rest of the 1940s and 1950s Dallas Love Field started to expand and add new features. New runways were built to accommodate increased passenger traffic. A terminal was constructed. In the 1950s the airport was the first in the country to install automated walkways for passengers. Two more terminals were constructed and opened in 1958. Several major airlines were running regular daily flights out of the field by the end of the decade.

Dallas Love Field continued to grow and innovate through the 1960s and 1970s. Presidents and diplomats landed at the site. The individual airlines started to expand their concourses within the airport. One opened a futuristic concourse that is now recognized as being the first rotunda concourse in the country. Different airlines competed to provide amenities and services to passengers before and after boarding the planes. In the early 1970s a monorail was constructed that connected one of the concourses to nearby parking facilities.

The increasing popularity of air travel started to worry some officials in Dallas. As a result the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth combined forces in the late 1970s to construct a new and larger airport nearby that would become Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. In order to drive traffic to this new site a law was passed that restricted all but one airline from using Dallas Love Field for interstate travel. Most interstate airlines were forced to move from Dallas Love Field to the new Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. This caused a sudden drop in passengers that triggered the closure of concourses and runways in Dallas Love Field.

Over the next few decades Dallas Love Field and some airlines fought the legislation. Some concessions were made that started to allow interstate flights out of the field into specific states. In 2006 a compromise was reached allowing airlines to once again launch interstate flights out of Love field. The airport currently has an aggressive master plan in place that will expand the facilities in order to provide more terminals, baggage areas and passenger services. The Love Field Modernization Program will also expand the capacity of the airport to include 20 gates once completed.