D-Link is a special services from DART that lets you explore from downtown Dallas to historical Oak Cliff.  Its your link to arts, fun, culture and dining.  You’ll find electric neighborhoods such as the Bishop Arts District and The Cedars, sleek development such as Victory Park and Uptown and areas with a little something for everyone such as the Main Street District and West End Historic District.  D-Link is the convenient and hassle-free way to experience it all.  Buses run every 15 minutes from 11:00 am – 11:30 pm Monday through Saturday.  

Explore Dallas

Bishop Arts District

The Bishop Arts District and the greater Oak Cliff neighborhood are full of independent and quirky boutique shops, restaurants and arts.  




Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum first got its reputation as an arts and music district in the early 1900s, when blues musicians would play on street corners, and minstrel shows and theaters lined the streets.   It is now the home to dozens of live music venues, bars, top-rated restaurants, comedy and theater venues, art galleries, tattoo parlors and boutiques. 


Greenville Avenue

Greenville Avenue emanates a welcoming neighborhood feel with many approachable resaurants and bars at a variety of price points. 



Fair Park

Fair Park is best known as the home of the State Fair of Texas, but many park attractions are open year-round and cater specifically to children.  It is home to a small nightlife district containing a few of Dallas’ mor casual and alternative bars featuring live music on some nights.


Knox Street and Henderson Avenue have become one of the most popular entertainment districts in Dallas.  The area features excellent home décor shopping, delicious restaurants and a very active nightlife scene.  




Uptown Dallas is a very popular district for locals and visitors to enjoy shopping, patio dining, nightlife and weekend brunch.  



Arts District

The Dallas Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the country, spanning 68 acres and 19 contiguous blocks.  Created in 2009, the pedestrian-friendly district houses several world-renowned museums, performing arts centers, restaurants, bars and an arts magnet high school.  


Dallas Zoo

Conveniently located two miles from the hotel and accessible via DART light rail, the Dallas Zoo boasts the largest zoological experience in Texas with 106 acres, including the new Giants of the Savanna exhibit.



Dallas World Aquarium

Located in the West End Historic District, the Dallas World Aquarium is home to a unique display of flora and fauna from five continents, 14 countries, three oceans, numerous seas and rivers.


Reunion Tower Observation Deck

Admire 360 different views of the Dallas skyline. Reunion Tower, attached to our hotel, reopened it's doors October 5, 2014. Learn more here.




Sixth Floor Museum and JFK Memorial at Dealey Plaza

The Museum is located just 5-blocks from Hyatt Regency Dallas on the sixth and seventh floors of an early 20th-century warehouse formerly known as the Texas School Book Depository. The permanent exhibit features films, photographs and artifacts that chronicle President Kennedy's life, death and legacy.


Nasher Sculpture Center

Known for its collection of contemporary and modern sculptures, Nasher Sculpture Center is 55,000 square feet architectural wonder with 2 acres of lush landscaped gardens and theater style open aired terraces.  Located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, Dallas Museum of Art is among some of the top art institutes in the country with collections that include more than 24,000 works of art from around the globe.


John Neely Bryan Cabin

This small log structure is a reconstructed model of the home and trading post erected in 1841 by Dallas founder John Neely Bryan.




Old Red Museum of Dallas County History & Culture

Located in the 1892 Dallas County Courthouse, the museum tells the story of Dallas County from prehistoric times through J.R. Ewing and beyond. Featuring historic artifacts, photographs, one of the only hands on history galleries in the U.S.