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Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Uptown & Oak Lawn 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opulent rooms are appointed with fine linens, antiques, and original artwork, lending a unique residential feel to the hotel. — Fodor's

The Mansion was built in the style of a Renaissance Italian villa by a Texan oil magnate in the 1920’s. In the late 1970’s, it became the very first of the Rosewood Hotels: Renovated by... — goop

"Oozing old money", this "luxurious" Turtle Creek landmark lures "high-end clients" with plush quarters and top-flight facilities like a "don't-miss" restaurant. — Zagat

This luxurious small hotel, housed in the former palatial mansion of cotton magnate Sheppard King, offers a refined residential-style ambience. — DK Eyewitness

Dallas is undeniably sophisticated, and a perfect getaway for couples looking for destination dining, haute shopping and incredible arts and architecture. Stay at Hotel ZaZa a 153-room... — Afar Magazine

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The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

Uptown & Oak Lawn 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"On the small side, but very well appointed and comfortable," rooms have oversized tubs, Frette linens, and modern artwork. — Condé Nast Traveler

This status-conscious city has a new jewel in its crown with the opening of the 218-room Ritz-Carlton in the Uptown neighborhood. — concierge.com

Large-scale luxury livens up downtown with five-star Tex-Mex to match — Jetsetter

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

Enthusiasts "weep with joy" over this "top-of-the-line" Uptown haven sought out for luxurious accommodations, a "fantastic" staff, "extraordinary dining". — Zagat

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The Joule, Dallas

Downtown Dallas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in the former Dallas National Bank—and boasting some of the best places in town to eat, drink, and shop (CBD Provisions, Midnight Rambler, Tenoversix, Taschen, to name a few)—the... — goop

A moving cog-and-wheel sculpture in the stylish lobby hints at the building's Industrial Revolution–era beginnings. Urbane elegance continues throughout. — Lonely Planet

The Joule sits in the heart of downtown Dallas’ business district, and with its two-year renovation and expansion completed, it is even more of a zephyr of vibrancy for the area. — Forbes Travel Guide

Set in a 1920s Neo-Gothic Downtown building (and next door to the flagship Neiman Marcus), this designer boutique makes a splash with its hip rooftop lounge and glass-bottomed pool. — Zagat

In the town built by black gold—the hotel's name is taken from an international unit of energy—a massive piece of oil machinery slowly turns beside the check-in desk. — Frommer's

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W Dallas Victory Hotel

Uptown & Oak Lawn 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Scenesters with toy dogs in tow (yes, pets are welcome) will undoubtedly be happy here. — Frommer's

The W Hotel Dallas at Victory Park embodies the stylish W brand. — oyster.com

The W may be a chain, but this Dallas hotel is less cookie-cutter and more cookie-cutting-edge. — concierge.com

The first hotel in Dallas's burgeoning Victory Park makes a dramatic statement, altering the Uptown skyline with a 33-story tower topped with glowing blue light. — Fodor's

In addition to the usual amenities, such as Bliss bath accoutrements and downy beds, the 33-story property has a stunning sixteenth-floor outdoor infinity pool with panoramic skyline views. — Condé Nast Traveler

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The Adolphus

Downtown Dallas 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Anheuser Busch founder Adolphus Busch started his namesake hotel in Downtown Dallas to be the epoch of luxe in 1912. — BlackBook

Stunning historic downtown hotel, decorated with antiques. Said to be the most beautiful building west of Venice, Italy, when it was built in 1912, it’s a glamorous place to stay. — Rough Guide

This 100-year-old creation of unabashed Baroque flamboyance and period furniture, with lacquered chinoiserie, tapestries, and chandeliers, was built by a Dallas beer baron. — Michelin Guide

Established in 1912 by beer magnate Adolphus Busch, this downtown hotel has welcomed A-list guests like Queen Elizabeth II, Babe Ruth, and Donald Trump. — Travel + Leisure

One of Dallas' grand dames, the 422-room Adolphus features a large, elegant lobby and one of the city's finest restaurants, The French Room. — oyster.com

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The Highland Dallas

Park Cities North Dallas 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Playful Dallas glamazon with a spa, buzzy pool scene and a stylish steakhouse — Jetsetter

Once you step inside this hotel, you'll forget that you've just exited the busy, crowded Central Expressway. — Fodor's

This University Crossing spot is popular amongst those doing business at Southern Methodist University. With 198 guest rooms and suites, this Curio Collection by Hilton hotel features... — Travel + Leisure

The 198-room Palomar, formerly the Mockingbird Hilton, oozes subdued sophistication, from its restored crystal chandeliers to its polished walnut floors. — Condé Nast Traveler

Its Holiday Inn–ish exterior aside, this new boutique hotel represents the cutting edge in spa technology, with everything from deep-flow massage to laser therapy. — concierge.com

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Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas

Uptown & Oak Lawn 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's easy to imagine coming to the hotel for a discreet tryst with your beloved. — Lonely Planet

"Impeccable" service means a "top-notch" staff "is there for anything you need or want" at this "amazing-looking" "grand old hotel" (built in 1924) boasting "well-appointed" quarters. — Zagat

Take a step back in time at this historic landmark that immediately makes you feel at home. Architect C.D. Hill designed this Oak Lawn hotel in true Chicago style, and it has remained... — Travel + Leisure

This is another one of Dallas's upscale hotels with an old-world, rather than an Old West, atmosphere. — Frommer's

Once a luxury apartment block, the historic (1924) Melrose boasts an understated exterior of simple brick with a carved frieze. — Michelin Guide

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The Ashton Hotel

Downtown Fort Worth 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Small luxury hotel in a great location, featuring 39 rooms appointed with custom furniture. — Rough Guide

"In the heart of Downtown", in a historic property "full of character", this "lovely" Ft. Worth boutique is "luxury defined." — Zagat

Incorporating meticulously restored historic buildings on Main Street... the city's only small luxury hotel... fills a niche in Fort Worth. — Frommer's

This downtown brick-and-stone building was built in 1915 as a private club. — Michelin Guide

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.com

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Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown

Downtown Dallas 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once the tallest building in the Lone Star State, the Magnolia's 29 stories now stand testament to the power of rebranding. — BlackBook

This 330-room boutique is breath of fresh air from the many generic hotel chains in Dallas. — oyster.com

"These guys know how to do it" say smitten admirers of this "charming", "elegant" property inside the landmark 1922 former headquarters of Mobil Oil. — Zagat

When it opened in 1922, the 29-story Magnolia building was the tallest structure south of Washington, D.C. — Fodor's

Located in the city's most famous building... this hotel is one of the most prized properties leading a renaissance in the heart of downtown. — Frommer's

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Belmont Hotel

West Dallas & Medical District 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Musicians, artists, and European travelers frequent the Belmont, a recently restored (2005) motel that first opened in 1946. — Fodor's

Just two miles west of downtown, this stylish 1940s bungalow hotel is a fabulously low-key antidote to Dallas' flashier digs. — Lonely Planet

BarBelmont is scattered with hipsters of the Texan variety, and Cliff Café brings it with nouveau diner cuisine, think sweet potato pecan pancakes. — BlackBook

Renovated 1940s motel located a short drive from downtown. Feels more like LA than Dallas, with a hip, casual bar and a pool with stunning city views. — Rough Guide

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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Hotel ZaZa Dallas

Uptown & Oak Lawn 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An urban lifestyle hotel in uptown Dallas with an eclectic, playful decor, Hotel ZaZa offers 146 oversized guest rooms with luxurious bathrooms, Frette linens and the latest technology. — Gayot

Overlooking Uptown's McKinney Avenue, ZaZa is a French Mediterranean-inspired villa that also incorporates styles from across the globe. — Travel + Leisure

Its Holiday Inn–ish exterior aside, this new boutique hotel represents the cutting edge in spa technology, with everything from deep-flow massage to laser therapy... Dallas's hippest place to stay. — concierge.com

Hip, over-the-top eclectic rooms. Our independent authors have visited Hotel ZaZa Dallas and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Dallas. . — Lonely Planet

Mediterranean-style cool and over-the-top design make nice at this Dallas boutique — Jetsetter

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Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas

Dallas–Fort Worth 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

This destination resort is located in the city of Irving, just west of the Dallas skyline. — Gayot

Surrounded by 400 acres of North Texas hills and minutes from downtown, with 431 rooms and a spa. — Travel + Leisure

Plenty of visitors come to Dallas to work, but at the Four Seasons they also come to play, and seriously. — Frommer's

Surrounded by azure pools and verdant semitropical vegetation, the 397-room, 400-acre Four Seasons complex has been decorated throughout with a tastefully... Asian influence. — concierge.com

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Omni Dallas Hotel

Downtown Dallas 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The important thing is that conventioneers—and tourists—think the Omni is pretty swell — Frommer's

Contemporary rooms and suites offer panoramic city views, TVs hidden in mirrors, and mini-fridges. There's a bridge to the Dallas Convention Center — oyster.com

Owned by the City of Dallas, this hotel is a real eye-catcher, inside and out. — Gayot

"On top of its game", this "convenient" 1,000-room high-rise connected to the Dallas Convention Center delivers "high-end" facilities. — Zagat

This upscale Omni property with a view boasts 1,001 rooms and a collection of impressive suites. The fourth floor pool deck is a main attraction for all guests, who can't seem to resist a... — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Crescent Court

Uptown & Oak Lawn 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Limestone landmark in Dallas’s Uptown neighborhood; an outpost of chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s namesake restaurant occupies the first floor. — Travel + Leisure

The centerpiece of the Crescent Complex (which includes office buildings, shops, and galleries), this hotel is on the edge of Dallas's central business district and Uptown art scene. — Fodor's

The location is superb, especially for art lovers, as the Crescent Complex (home to numerous shops and galleries) is located on the edge of the business district and Uptown Arts District. — Gayot

"Escape from the Dallas craziness" at this Uptown hotel in a "perfect location,"you are treated like royalty." — Condé Nast Traveler

An iris in a vase on the vanity, a lint brush in the closet, a valet in a topcoat at the lobby entrance... This Rosewood hotel has studied the dignified art of service. — Lonely Planet

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Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh

Uptown & Oak Lawn 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel's location at the edge of Uptown makes it an excellent choice for visitors who want to be close to restaurants, art galleries, and nightlife while escaping late-night noise and revelry. — Fodor's

Visitors to DFW who check in at Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh will enjoy a pleasant historic ambience, a wide range of modern amenities and plenty to do nearby. — Gayot

A $36 million makeover in 2008 upped the art deco quotient. — Lonely Planet

In 2008, the Stoneleigh spent $36 million renovating the dark and drab out of this classic 1920s uptown property. The bright, modern décor pays homage to the original Art Deco... — Travel + Leisure

This "absolutely beautiful" circa-1923 art deco landmark is sought out for luxurious, "perfectly maintained" quarters (including a plush penthouse suite), and "attentive", "professional" service. — Zagat

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Hotel St. Germain

Uptown & Oak Lawn 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The tiny, intimate boutique hotel and restaurant envelops guests in old-world luxury, with a library, parlors, and sumptuous style that borders on bordello. — Frommer's

This romantic small hotel combines Old World ambience with modern conveniences. — Gayot

Built as a private residence in 1906, this tiny boutique inn with white-glove service is one of the most romantic in the city. — Fodor's

Situated in a converted 1906 Victorian mansion in the leafy Uptown neighborhood of Dallas, Texas, is the intimate and romantic Hôtel St. Germain. — Forbes Travel Guide

All seven individually designed suites feature a vintage canopy bed, working fireplace, and deep soaking tub. — Travel + Leisure

Stockyards Hotel

Stockyards National Historic District 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The recently renovated Stockyards is the 52-room successor to the original 1907 hotel at the corner of Main and Exchange in the heart of the historic Stockyards District. — concierge.com

First opened in 1907, this 52-room place clings to its cowboy past with Western-themed art, cowboy-inspired rooms and a grand Old West lobby with lots of leather. Hide out in the Bonnie... — Lonely Planet

"You feel like you've stepped back in time" at this "inviting" landmark in the heart of the National Historic Stockyards District that's "just what you picture a cowboy Texas hotel would be like." — Zagat

This restored early 20th-century hotel is located in the Stockyards National Historic District. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel's lobby sets the scene perfectly with its hardwood floors, leather chairs and cast-iron tables. — Gayot

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Hyatt Regency Dallas

Downtown Dallas 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are "always a lot of people" at this "large" Historic District high-rise a few blocks from the Convention Center offering generally "lovely" service plus varying rooms and suites. — Zagat

This mammoth downtown Dallas hotel has 1,120 guest rooms that are refreshingly modern, despite the possibility of a drab chain hotel design — Travel + Leisure

Panoramic pictures of Dallas hang in the lobby, in the guest rooms, in hallways... it's easy to tell that this sprawling glass hotel is all about the views. — Lonely Planet

This impressive hotel is home to 1,122 good-sized rooms which offer nice views over the city. — Gayot

Cnvenient downtown location means there’s plenty to do and see within walking distance, while on-site facilities... make it ideal for business as well. — oyster.com

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Hotel Lumen - a Kimpton Hotel

Park Cities North Dallas 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An unexpected delight in the Park Cities area, right next to the SMU campus, this terrifically stylish, discreet boutique hotel opened in the spring of 2006. — Frommer's

We love the parade of poodles and shih tzus through the lobby, the DVD library and the strong coffee in the morning. — Lonely Planet

Rooms exude modern charm while sticking to mid-century motif. Dark chocolates and cremes oppose emphasis on illumination, in a good way. — BlackBook

After a massive facelift, what used to be a mid-century motel became Kimpton's The Lumen, a chic and sophisticated escape in the heart of Dallas’s University Park neighborhood and steps... — Gayot

Across from SMU in University Park, this branch of the Kimpton boutique hotel chain offers modern, wired quarters with flat-screen TVs and iHome docking stations (and yoga mats!); suites... — Zagat

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Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown

Downtown Dallas 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

After a hot day of sightseeing, this downtown hotel offers good respite. — Lonely Planet

Hotel Indigo feels more like a beach hotel than a hotel located on Main Street in Downtown Dallas. — oyster.com

This hotel enjoys a vibrant location that is equally matched by the colorful, Miami Beach-inspired decor that greets you the moment you walk in the door. — Gayot

The hotel is on the eastern edge of Downtown, next to the Universities Center at Dallas and within walking distance of the original Neiman Marcus and the Majestic Theatre. — Fodor's

Exuding a "warm, artistic feel" this "charming" venue housed in a historic Main Street building offers rooms full of "character". — Zagat

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