Frisco and the entire Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex are experiencing historic winter weather and low temperatures. The weather is causing power outages to many North Texas residents and businesses.
We’re compiling a list of Frisco hotels currently open and accepting reservations. The list will be updated as we are able to confirm hotel status. To make reservations, please contact hotels directly.
Frisco Hotels Open and Accepting Reservations
Wingate By Wyndham Frisco: Sold out Feb. 16, some availability beginning Feb. 17
Holiday Inn Express & Suites: Sold out Feb. 16, some availability beginning Feb. 17
Aloft Frisco: Some availability beginning Feb. 17
The hotels below are extended stay properties in Frisco. Pricing is based on consecutive-night length of stay. Contact each property directly for prices.
Candlewood Suites: Sold out Feb. 16, some availability beginning Feb. 17
Hyatt House: Availability beginning Feb. 19
Home2Suites By Hilton Frisco: Availability beginning Feb. 19
Homewood Suites By Hilton: Availability beginning Feb. 19
Residence Inn: Availability beginning Feb. 19
We recommend contacting hotels directly for information on power, water, etc. For a complete list of Frisco hotels, click here.
Frisco Emergency Warming Centers
The City of Frisco is providing a list of local warming centers. No reservations are required. They are being operated as first come, first served. All COVID-19 protocols are in place at each worship facility. Unfortunately, these facilities cannot accommodate pets.
For weather-related questions, you can call the City of Frisco at 972-292-6415. This number is not for power-outage issues. You can also find up-to-date information on the City of Frisco's Twitter account.
Surrounding Area Resources
If you’re still in need of shelter, we encourage you to review surrounding area resources.
Please call ahead to area hotels, and use caution if traveling.
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