Free Wi-Fi and a complimentary breakfast buffet prompt our guests to check out the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Greenville when traveling in the Lone Star State. The three-story hotel has 80 rooms featuring triple-sheeted beds for your comfort and flat-panel TVs with premium cable for your enjoyment. There are also microwaves and mini-fridges, providing a world of convenience for folks far from home. The seasonal outdoor pool is fun for those traveling in the summer months, when the Texan sun is most unforgiving. Get in a workout in the hotel's exercise room, and then feel free to indulge in the hearty complimentary breakfast buffet offered each morning, including items like bacon, eggs and warm cinnamon rolls. Additional amenities include a business center and coin laundry. Pets are welcome with an extra fee. Right off of I-30, the hotel is about three miles from the center of Greenville and Hunt Regional Medical Center, and four miles from the American Cotton Museum and Mary of Puddin Hill Chocolate Factory. It's a 50-minute drive southwest to downtown Dallas and one hour northeast to Cooper Lake State Park. Dallas Love Field Airport is 55 miles away, and it's 69 miles to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. our guests are partial to the "clean, quiet rooms" with "comfortable beds" at this Holiday Inn Express, which has a "helpful" staff and provides "excellent breakfast choices" that are "very tasty."
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