Dallas–Fort Worth

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Downtown Dallas
16 reviews
The romantic European-style rooms, filled with unique floral prints and Queen Anne–style furniture, have modern amenities. — Fodor's
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
17 reviews
This is the definitive five-star Dallas hotel, and a worthy splurge. — Lonely Planet
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
12 reviews
Indulging in maple-and-peppercorn-soaked buffalo tenderloin... relaxing with a massage... heading to lunch in a Bentley town car—these are some of the highlights of a stay at the Ritz-Carlton. — Travel + Leisure
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9 reviews
Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is only minutes from downtown Dallas, yet it feels like a million miles away. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Downtown Dallas
13 reviews
Its 128 rooms and suites are equipped with custom-made furniture that’s sleek without being austere. — Travel + Leisure
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
11 reviews
This corporate sandbox is a bastion of adult fun — Star Service
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Park Cities North Dallas
12 reviews
Playful Dallas glamazon with a spa, buzzy pool scene and a stylish steakhouse. — Jetsetter
8
West Dallas & Medical District
10 reviews
This summer series in Dallas has it all. Phenomenal Texas musicians, a skyline and sunset to look forward to and comfortable, relaxed seating to soak up some live music magic. — Afar Magazine
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
10 reviews
The bright, modern décor pays homage to the original Art Deco sensibilities while adding local flavor, including works by contemporary Texas artists, in the 170 rooms. — Travel + Leisure
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
12 reviews
To some, the décor may seem a little wild; to others, Zaza’s flamboyance is a welcome relief from the neutrals that characterize most hotels — goop
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Downtown Dallas
11 reviews
This 330-room boutique is breath of fresh air from the many generic hotel chains in Dallas. — Oyster
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Downtown Dallas
7 reviews
The important thing is that conventioneers—and tourists—think the Omni is pretty swell. — Frommer's
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Park Cities North Dallas
7 reviews
Boutique mash-up of color, whimsy and modernism with New American fare and wine happy hours. — Jetsetter
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
10 reviews
141 rooms. Once a cotton magnate's home, The Mansion has marble rotundas, elaborate decor and impeccable service. The Mansion is the flagship ofthe Rosewood Hotels chain. — Michelin Guide
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Uptown & Oak Lawn
10 reviews
Take a step back in time at this historic landmark that immediately makes you feel at home. — Travel + Leisure
7
Uptown & Oak Lawn
7 reviews
Built as a private mansion, the romantic Hotel St. Germain in Uptown has welcomed guests since 1991 in seven meticulously appointed suites. — Zagat
7
Downtown Fort Worth
8 reviews
This 39-room boutique hotel has a prime site just a block from Sundance Square, the vibrant, nightlife-friendly centerpiece of Fort Worth's downtown revitalization. — Concierge
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Downtown Dallas
7 reviews
Within easy walking distance of the Arts District, this classy hotel has one of the largest and most lush hotel pool areas we've seen, with herb gardens and couches for lounging in the sun. — Lonely Planet
7
Downtown Dallas
7 reviews
This impressive hotel is home to 1,122 good-sized rooms which offer nice views over the city. — Gayot
7
Park Cities North Dallas
7 reviews
In "a prime location" for shoppers (connected to the "awesome" Dallas Galleria mall), this "getaway" spot offers "amazing" rooms done up with contemporary blond-wood furnishings. — Zagat
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