Adjacent to the Dallas arts district, the Joule hotel looms impressively as part of the cultural epicenter of downtown. The building itself is a revitalized 1920s Neo-Gothic landmark that contains some of the most unique and dramatic art installations in the country. The Joule also contains the famous Midnight Rambler, a bar with a sleek sophisticated speakeasy feel. A world-class spa, award-winning food and drinks with thoughtful comfort and luxury await you at this Dallas jewel.
Luxury as a lifestyle is the brand of the Ritz-Carlton. It truly represents what you can expect at the Ritz in Dallas. With the best possible accommodations, dining and amenities sure to delight, the Ritz-Carlton is so much more than a hotel. It’s the best way to experience life and enjoy every moment of it. With fresh guacamole and margarita tastings in the Lobby Lounge, The Ritz includes a Texas touch to make your stay in Dallas unique and exemplary. Five stars may not be enough to rate the Ritz-Carlton!
Originally a private residence, the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is a sophisticated and stylish hotel that provides a world class luxury experience. Southern hospitality abounds at the mansion which has been at the heart of the Dallas social scene. The beautiful heated pool and immaculately kept grounds set the scene for a fantastic stay in Dallas. Chic and elegant, the Rosewood Mansion is a unique and special place that guests come from all around to enjoy.
Everything really is bigger in Texas and especially at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center. The Gaylord includes 10 restaurants, two pools, plenty of shops, 4.5 acres of indoor gardens and even a seasonal water park. With so much to enjoy at the Gaylord, your time spent will memorable and a completely unique experience. They Gaylord represents Texas culture at its finest and lives up to its high standards. Located on the shores of Lake Grapevine, the Gaylord truly is a special place.
The Adolphus Hotel is a Dallas icon that has provided the city with some of the most unique and memorable moments in its history. It was the first grand hotel in the heart of Dallas and continues to impress with its upscale, posh, old Hollywood vibe and excellent service. An integral part of Dallas history and culture, famous guests include, Presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and even the Queen of England. Be sure to check out the official portrait Queen Elizabeth gifted the hotel that hangs in the lobby! You could say the Adolphus is fit for royalty!