The Rodeo Inn Mesquite, TX, has easy access to Interstate 30, and is a quick drive to Cowboys Stadium, Dallas Convention Center, and Six Flags Over Texas. Shopping at the Town East Mall is less than 10 minutes from the Rodeo Inn, and many restaurants are within walking distance. Fish Lake Ray Hubbard, or visit Sixth Floor Museum At Delaney Plaza, which showcases the life, legacy and tragic death of President John F Kennedy. The Mesquite Championship Rodeo is a short 4 miles from the Rodeo Inn.
Cool off with a quick dip in the outdoor pool, and stay connected with free high speed wireless internet access. Have a great meal or refreshing beverage at our on site restaurant. Additional amenities include free parking, a business center, and pets are not accepted.
Each hotel room features free high speed wireless internet access, free local calls, hair dryer, cable TV, electronic door locks, and individually controlled air conditioning and heat.
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Things to do
Tours and Attractions
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Dallas
Medieval Times invites you to travel back to the 11th Century. Set within an 11th Century European-style castle that includes interior displays of medieval artifacts, coats of arms from prestigious Spanish families and spectacular shining suits of armor you'll feel as if you're been transported back in time. You'll treated to a one-of-a-kind dinner experience hosted by Queen Maria Isabella that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Explore Dallas like never before on this three and a half hour small group tour with transport by air-conditioned van. Travel to the Grassy Knoll and the infamous car ride that made history on November 22, 1963. Many people remember the day when they heard the news of the tragic assassination of former President John F. Kennedy as he drove through Dallas. The assassination, assumed to be by Lee Harvey Oswald, is one of the most discussed and speculated unsolved mysteries of our time.