Hyatt Regency, Dallas Texas
300 Reunion Boulevard
Dallas, Texas, USA, 75207
Why you should stay at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion
Between pre-conference workshops, early morning sessions, networking lunches and evening receptions, the Plastics Recycling conference team is hard at work planning a stellar conference in Dallas. All of these exciting events will be held exclusively at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion. To get the most out of the conference we recommend you stay at the host hotel, where thousands of recycling professionals will be an open door away. Your room reservation at the conference host hotel ensures lower registration rates for current and future conferences.
Special Conference Attendee Rate
Conference attendees will receive a conference room rate of $198 plus taxes for single/double occupancy. Government attendees will receive the current government per diem at the time of check-in. Online reservations are available through this link. reservations must be made by Januar 30, 2015 or before the room block is sold out to receive the discounted rate.
The Plastics Recycling 2015 room rate is available for dates booked between February 22 - 26. Any night booked outside of this time block will be subject to availability and regular hotel room rates.
Important Notice Regarding Hotel Bookings
It has been brought to our attention that Global Housing Services Corp., Global Housing Expo and other third party hotel and travel companies have been contacting attendees and potential attendees of Plastics Recycling 2015 claiming to be the housing coordinator. We have no affiliation with Global Housing Services Corp., Global Housing Expo or any other third party housing coordinator. Please do not book hotel rooms through thee or any third party hotel and travel companies. The only official way to secure your hotel rooms is directly with the host hotel.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
The Hyatt Regency is located 20 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). We are keeping tabs on airfares and now is a great time to purchase your airline ticket. The following list shows the cost (U.S. Dollars) of round-trip tickets from several major cities to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Rates are for travel over February 22-26. Our source is Travelocity.com.
Flights as of June 9, 2014:
Chicago - $238
Los Angeles - $288
Atlanta - $241
New York - $258
Phoenix - $208
Seattle - $317
Montreal - $317
Transportation to and from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and the Hyatt Regency
For shuttle and towncar transportation to and from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport:
Driving Directions From the Airport to the Hotel:
- Take the south airport exit and follow signs to Dallas via Highway 183 (east). Continue approximately 14 miles and merge to I-35E (south) to Dallas. When the downtown Dallas skyline is visible the famed 50-story Reunion Tower will be seen and is connected to the hotel. Continue I 35E (south) approximately 8 miles to Exit #428E (Reunion Blvd/Commerce Street (east) and exit to the right. Once at street level, continue to the next traffic light at Houston Street and turn right. Go one (1) block to the next traffic light at Reunion Blvd (west) and turn right. Continue down the incline to the traffic light at Hyatt Regency Hotel Drive. For hotel parking, turn left and continue up the incline to the front drive of Hyatt Regency Dallas, just up the hill. For Five Sixty and Reunion Tower parking, continue to follow Reunion Boulevard around the hotel. Turn left at the traffic light at Hyatt Regency Hotel Drive. Valet parking for Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck and Reunion Tower will be on your left.