During the middle part of the 19th century, a city was founded by Alexander McRae Dechman. The city, located within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, was named Dechman, after Alexander. In the years that followed, Dechman grew from a parched land in the west to a busy junction where people are always on the go. A post office was set up as was the first church in the area. Train tracks and a station was also put into place in order to make it easier for people to come in and out of the city. That same city is what most people now call as the Grand Prairie. 

The Grand Prairie is primarily known as city once named as Dechman but, in truth, it has a lot more to offer than meets the eye. If you are looking for a place where you can experience authentic western world, then Grand Prairie is where you should be at. Some of the sights that you should not miss out on include the Lone Ranger State Park, the GPX State Park, the Verizon Theater, and the Traders Village, to name a few. Now, in order to get to enjoy all of these sights as well as experience the different events being held at Grand Prairie, you need to make sure that you stay for a couple of days. This, in turn, means that you have to book yourself in any of the hotels in Grand Prairie Texas, one of which is the Super 8 Grand Prairie North Texas. 

The Super 8 Grand Prairie North Texas offers guests a number of amenities such as free high-speed Internet and free SuperStart Continental Breakfast. Guests also get to enjoy their own iron and iron board, refrigerator, and in-room air-conditioning unit. 

Booking a unit at this Grand Prairie TX hotel is a breeze. All you have to do is drop by their site at http://www.dodbusopps.com/43864/23.htm and use the quick reservations form at the upper left part of the screen. 

Super 8 Grand Prairie North Texas
402 East Palace Parkway,
I-30 and Beltline Rd, Grand Prairie, TX
Phone: 972-263-4421