Discover one of the city’s most consistent AAA Four Diamond Dallas luxury hotels where the word “welcome” is more than a greeting. Enjoy the ultimate convenience of being adjacent to the historic district and minutes from the train (connected via underground concourse) and business, sports and shopping meccas of the city when you stay at the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion.
Sophisticated enough to please the most discerning business traveler, our distinctive downtown Dallas Texas luxury hotel delights leisure travelers with “all the little extras” that set us apart. From our ultra-contemporary Wolfgang Puck restaurant to our unrivaled service, you’ll understand why our landmark tower isn’t the only thing that stands out against the Dallas skyline.
BEWARE HOTEL POACHERS
**Make sure you avoid companies posing as the official hotel provider of MUFSO. If you receive any solicitations from other vendors incorrectly identifying themselves as the official MUFSO Housing representative, we ask that you please contact MUFSO immediately. Only book directly through the hotel! You must book your own housing directly through the online link above, or by calling the hotel directly and asking for the MUFSO rate. We will not be contacting you to make your hotel reservations.
Room poaching is a practice carried out by third-party companies unaffiliated with MUFSO that act as travel agencies, wholesalers or destination management companies to solicit attendees and exhibitors for room reservations.
The poacher might inform a participant that the hotel room block is “virtually sold out,” and that if they do not book immediately, he or she likely won’t get a room for MUFSO. Implied affiliation with the event is strong, despite the fact that the organization is not officially sanctioned by the sponsoring association. Additional deceptive tactics include distributing forms or promotional materials that appear to be issued by show management.
Room poachers make it more difficult for show producers to meet room block commitments and exposes them to unplanned fees. Room poachers often don’t deliver on promises to customers. When participants arrive, the reservations are non-existent or the hotels are located far from the actual hotel. Sometimes the rooms have been cancelled with hefty cancellation charges placed on the guest’s credit card. Poachers often represent themselves as being affiliated with the exhibition or meeting by using trademarked logos in violation of copyright laws.**