The conclusion of our Dallas Minute Suites Review: meh. A cushion thing that was neither bed nor sofa, and thus not good at being either. No way to turn off the TV screen that I could figure out, as well as a clunky computer experience. They did offer Roku (I’m pretty sure) as well as Satellite TV. Roku seems essential to me in 2017, I can’t stand watching TV in hotels (or anywhere) because I’ve got NETFLIX with no advertisements, never, ever, ever.
Priority Pass gives you an hour for free with Minute Suites, so I tried to nap for a little while. There are no bathrooms: you have to use the ones in the terminal. One pro: speakers in the room play white noise with controllable volume, allowing you to drown out any outside noise. After my stay, I headed over to the priority pass lounge for some free food and less claustrophobia.
Overall, the WiFi was weak, the water expensive, the TV screen bright, and the bed/couch pretty hard. Way, way better than sitting in the terminal or mindlessly mobbing the gate 15 minutes before boarding, but still nothing mindblowing.