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Parkway Inn in Arlington, TX

Parkway Inn in Arlington, TX


The Parkway Inn Arlington is ideally located 2 miles from the NEW Cowboys Stadium, 3 miles from Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Arlington Convention Center, and Globe Life Park (formerly known as Rangers Ballpark). The University of Texas-Arlington is one block away. This Magnuson Hotels affiliate offers guests free coffee, free popcorn, free high speed wireless internet access, and free parking. Special group rates for concerts, fraternities and sororities, etc. Truck parking for small and large trucks based on availability. Unfortunately, pets are not accepted at this location. Please ASK US about our Special Weekly Rates!

Our current specials are:
Single King Bed: $45.00
Double Bed Room: $50.00
Student discounts: $43.00


Company Info:

Rating: 3.00

Address: 703 Benge Dr, Arlington, TX, 76013
  • Mon: Open 24 hours
  • Tue: Open 24 hours
  • Wed: Open 24 hours
  • Thu: Open 24 hours
  • Fri: Open 24 hours
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Open 24 hours

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Comments (3):

1. Alli W.
Absolute Dump. This was the kind of place Chris Hansen would investigate on his show. Shady things happening in the back. The most uncomfortable bed and dirtiest room ever.  How is this place in business or even worst featured on Expedia?

09/06/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
2. Joseph S.
Parkway Inn is family owned and super close to the university.  The people are all very friendly.  It is an older motel, but the rooms are clean and comfortable.

10/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Matthew S.
Well I needed a quick and cheap motel to stay in last night when the storm came in, since I didn't feel like driving back home for it.  It's quaint, that much I can say.. I mean if you're looking for an overnight stay, it's not bad. Long-term stay, look towards a bigger motel like the Sheraton.

The room was clean, sure, but the sink had cracks in it. The bathroom door was cracked on both sides, probably due to someone using force to open it since I noticed it was a tight fit in the doorway. Basically, it looks like a cheap motel that you would expect, full on with the group of people hanging outside their rooms and laughing it up (creepy locals, anyone?)

The rules were fine, I didn't care much since I was only staying in briefly. No visitors, no pets, etc etc. The funniest part of the whole overnight stay was the fact that I kept waking up after having peculiar dreams.  I've stayed at hotels with softer beds.

Like I said, it doesn't get a lot in the way of luxury or aesthetics, if you're looking for some place nice then keep driving. If you're caught in the middle of a storm, on a long trip and need sleep, then this is a good place for you. Although I must warn you: there's no coffeemaker in the room!

25/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0