Sip chocolate martinis at an art deco bar, tour in the city in a Rolls Royce or indulge in a champagne afternoon tea. Dallas is the millionaire’s city of America – and its hotels certainly reflect that. Whether your weakness is music, art or fine dining, you’ll find it in abundance at these opulent hotels.
An art deco gem, Le Méridien is located in the Uptown Arts District. Rooms and suites are decorated in hues of blue and gold and feature the biggest walk-in closets in Dallas. The Historic Suite is stunning, with carved wood paneling, a fireplace and Tudor-style diamond windows. It’s close to IM Pei’s architectural masterpiece, the Meyerson Symphony Center, which is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and a favourite with music lovers.
Venture past the tall white columns and wrought iron railings to discover this turn-of-the-century tribute to New Orleans. Plush gold furnishings, marble tables and miles of hanging draperies invite you to enjoy a bygone era. Dissolve into a feather bed, complete with canopy, in front of the fireplace in one of seven suites. Dining is full European service – on Limoges china – at the award-winning restaurant, the Dining Room. Gentlemen, please bring your dinner jackets.
Opened in 2020, the Pittman has been in the centre of Dallas’ music scene for over 100 years. There are over 30 music venues in The Deep Ellum neighborhood where it stands, not to mention bars, restaurants and coffee shops where local designers and musicians mingle. Impeccably renewed, the Pittman offers historic high ceilings and huge windows that illuminate the modern decor. Hop on a free bicycle and tour musical history along the 42 Murals Project, featuring portraits of great artists, past and present.
Just 20 minutes north of Dallas, the Four Seasons Dallas is a sanctuary for intergenerational travelers. There are two championship golf courses to choose from, both recognized as Audubon sanctuaries, sheltering native flora and fauna. A lazy river meanders through the property, surrounded by inviting deck chairs. Private villas and Tower rooms and suites offer views of the verdant golf course, rosy sunsets, and the twinkling lights of Dallas. Complimentary Mercedes-Benz vehicles are standing by to whisk you to city dining establishments.
Art lovers will appreciate the way that the white-on-white palette of the Hall Arts Hotel lets the many paintings and murals speak for themselves. This property, suitably located in the Arts District, charms guests with chic decor and original art. Lights, curtains, and temperature are tablet controlled. Suites have sparkling glass-topped dining tables, contemporary L-shaped sectionals and halo-lit vanities. Pop over to the AT&T Performing Arts Center across the street to catch international acts.
It’s the little things that make a big impression at the Ritz-Carlton: the massive fresh flower arrangement that greets guests in the lobby; live entertainment on the outdoor patio; a signature in-room cocktail delivered daily; and a complimentary shoe shine overnight. Need more? Add a courtesy car by Rolls Royce and a JFK Trolley Tour, also complimentary. Not to mention the in-mirror bathroom television, glass topped writing desk and glorious views of downtown from every suite. We haven’t even talked about the Margarita scrub at the spa.
The grand dame of Dallas, the Warwick was built in 1924 in the elegant style of the day; it’s retained that mantle to become a historic landmark. Take a stroll through Turtle Creek Park, then drop in for a chocolate martini under the coffered ceiling of the Library Bar. Your Italian Fili D’Oro duvet, surrounded by lush Damask soft furnishings and draperies, will be waiting for you. Ask for the suite where Liz Taylor stayed.
Still not found your perfect stay? Read our guide to the best hotels in Dallas, or if it’s for couple’s getaway, browse our best romantic hotels in Dallas. If you fancy branching out further, why not view our selection of the best resorts across Texas? They’re all bookable through Culture Trip.
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