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The Joule 160 rooms from $260Dallas (TX)
Neo-gothic architecture dating back to the 1920's. Lavish rooms mix art-deco and contemporary style. Great on-site restaurant, bar and coffee shop. Top floor offers penthouses and a pool with city views. Ultra-modern vibe, cutting-edge design - it's 5* star luxury.City Style - Unique art on the lobby walls and in rooms. State-of-the-art amenities provided in roomsFoodies - A fine dining restaurant that serves world-class cuisineSpa breaks - Voted one of the best new spas in 2016Local markets - Close to the main street district, convenient to go on city tours
Rosewood Crescent 220 rooms from $285Dallas (Texas)
Uptown Dallas luxury hotel ideal for business or leisure travel. Large, contemporary rooms with city views, seating area and all the mod-cons. Japanese cuisine at Nobu, or head to the The Conservatory for an all-American affair. Relax at the spa & pool or explore the arts & cultural scene close by.Spa - The Spa at the Crescent is an award winning destination with a wide range of treatments on offer.Sights nearby - Check out what is on at the Undermain Theatre during your stay.Great walks - Head to Klyde Warren Park for urbarn deer park.Swimming Pool - Outdoor rooftop pool
Hotel St Germain 7 rooms from $290Dallas (Texas)
1900 French style residence turned boutique landmark with fireplaces, 200 year old tapestry & contemporary amenities. Large, classic rooms home to four-poster beds, antique furnishings and complimentary breakfast. A popular gourmet restaurant with a seasonal menu is for all. Great exploring base!Great walks - White Rock Lake is a stunning backdrop for a stroll.Sights nearby - African American Museum focusing on art and history.Views - Great views from hotelRomantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Relais & Chateaux
Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek 143 rooms from $315Dallas (USA)
1921 European-style mansion turned unique, elegant hotel with restored marble floors, ornate fireplaces and stained glass windows. Large, comfortable rooms with all mod-cons, access to a courtyard pool and in-room spa treatments. Restaurant is a contemporary fusion of classic French and American.Great walks - Klyde Warren Park is an urban deer park great for all the family. Take a picnic.Sights nearby - Check what is on at the The Texas Theatre during your stay.Cooking classes - Food Festivals throughout the year.Full of character
The Big ‘D’, America’s ninth-largest city, Dallas, is a place we all feel we know. This is partly
due to the eponymous TV series, partly to its place in American history as the site of JF
Kennedy’s assassination, and partly because it embraces much of how we popularly see
America: skyscrapers, shopping and cowboys. You'll also find great food and great football - it's home to the Cowboys team and their cheerleaders. Our guide to the best places to stay In Dallas lets you plan your stay so, whatever you fancy doing, you will find a hotel that suits.
The city combines a glittering, glassy, skyscraper architecture - best seen from the Reunion
Tower’s GeO-Deck observation platform in the Central Business District - with less showy
places such as the ultra-hip Deep Ellum neighbourhood with its rootsy music, craft beers and
Latin-American food scene. Dining out in Dallas is one of the city’s big draws whether you
want barbecued spare ribs, spicy Mexican, pizzas, steaks, old-fashioned burgers, smart
French or to dine in an upscale oyster bar.
One of the city’s most evocative museums is the Sixth Floor Museum, a memorial to
President John F Kennedy's assassination. Many of the galleries and museums are in the
huge 68-acre Arts District. The Dallas Museum of Art has works by Edward Hopper, Rodin
and Winston Churchill. Visit on Thursday night and you’ll find live jazz in the atrium. For
modern art, head to the Nasher Sculpture Center with works by Calder, de Kooning and
Miró. Its sculpture garden is one of the best in the country. The Arts District is also where
you’ll find some of the city’s best ballet, music, opera, dance, cabaret.
Want to let your hair down? Head to River Ranch at Texas Horse Park and go on a horse
trail ride led by real Texan cowboys. And when it comes to shopping, Dallas doesn't disappoint with more malls per capita than anywhere else in the US. So, decide what should be on your tick-list and use our choice of the best places to stay in Dallas to plan your stay.
For a classic hotel
- Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek is a grand-tour, 1920s, European style hotel with marble floors and ornate fireplaces. There’s an elegant, courtyard pool as well as in-room spa treatments.
- Hotel St Germain oozes French fin-de- siècle elegance with dramatic silk-draped four-poster beds and a scattering of antiques.
- The large luxury Rosewood Crescent in uptown Dallas has a choice of Japanese food at Nobu, with stunning views across the city, or a more relaxed, all-American choice at The Conservatory. Generous, contemporary-style rooms plus pool and spa, too.