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Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Uptown & Oak Lawn 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"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 is the definitive five-star Dallas hotel, and a worthy splurge. — Lonely Planet

Situated in a leafy Dallas neighbourhood, this is the most exclusive and expensive hotel property in the city – it also features some fine restaurants, too. — Rough Guide

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

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

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The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

Uptown & Oak Lawn 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Ritz-Carlton hotel chain is known for its luxurious offerings and the Dallas location is no exception. — Gayot

The Ritz-Carlton Dallas is big on both style and amenities. — Oyster

This hotel is bound into yet another one of R-C's now-familiar arrangements that combines luxury residences with the chain's brand of upscale lodging and meeting space. — Star Service

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

Uptown was the logical choice for Dallas's latest luxury hotel, surrounded by high-dollar high-rise condos and other elite lodging options, dozens of fine restaurants, and upscale shopping. — Fodor's

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The Adolphus

Downtown Dallas 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Feel like royalty (yes, Queen Elizabeth has stayed here) the old-fashioned way. — Lonely Planet

The Adolphus is Dallas' version of the Big Apple's Waldorf Astoria, a beloved historic hotel with a built-in social scene that has been attracting locals for more than a century. — Star Service

The romantic European-style rooms, filled with unique floral prints and Queen Anne–style furniture, have modern amenities. — Fodor's

The hotel bar is old and cozy, so if you can stomach the forced formality of the place as a whole, it's a well-located downtown choice. — Concierge

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

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The Joule, Dallas

Downtown Dallas 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Joule is one of the coolest -- and most luxurious -- hotels in Downtown Dallas. — Oyster

A neo-Gothic facade from the 1920s graces the entrance of The Joule, a Luxury Collection hotel located in downtown Dallas. — Gayot

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

This is where locals want their out-of-town friends to stay when they visit, and where visitors dream of staying instead of on their local friends' pull-out sofas. — BlackBook

This fashionable hotel, once part of Starwood's esteemed Luxury Collection, is now a happy independent with a loyal clientele of business and leisure travelers. — Star Service

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W Dallas Victory Hotel

Uptown & Oak Lawn 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This corporate sandbox is a bastion of adult fun — Star Service

"Trendy" types flock to this "stylish" tower (adjacent to NBA/concert venue American Airlines Center) with "modern" yet "relaxing" rooms and suites. — Zagat

The sophisticatedly stylish W Hotel chain always delivers and this time was nothing less. — Afar Magazine

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

With room names like “Mega Room” and “Wow Suite,” W Dallas–Victory inspires high expectations and, much to the delight of its guests, consistently exceeds them. — Travel + Leisure

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The Highland Dallas

Park Cities North Dallas 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rousing spa is a prime destination in itself, and the upmarket steak house has a unique quality that puts Morton's and Ruth's Chris on the back burner. Service too is worth noting. — Star Service

With 198 guest rooms and suites, this Curio Collection by Hilton hotel features thoughtful amenities like Molton Brown bath soaps, an iHome docking station, and a water bowl for your pooch. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

The Palomar combines dramatic flair... with eco-conscious policies and enough freebies... to make you feel good about being spoiled. — Lonely Planet

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Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown

Downtown Dallas 84 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

Downtown Dallas digs in a landmark skyscraper, with supersized rooms, an all-day restaurant and free wine socials. — Jetsetter

Thoroughly modern, this trendy hotel is housed in the historic 1920s Petroleum building downtown. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

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Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas

Dallas–Fort Worth 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Looking like a Frank Lloyd Wright–designed country club, this hotel is quite possibly the city's best. — Fodor's

One of if not the most affluent suburb in Dallas, the gilded country-club lifestyle is alive and well in this leafy burg, where million-dollar mansions grow like weeds. — Star Service

With the feel of a discreet private club, this swanky golf-centered resort is a destination in its own right. — Jetsetter

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

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

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Hotel ZaZa Dallas

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

Hip, over-the-top eclectic rooms in a hotel concept that got its start with the original in Houston. The detailing here is vaguely Tuscan. — Lonely Planet

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

A glamorous, ultra-hip hangout, the 153-room Hotel ZaZa is a cool alternative to the luxurious but sometimes stuffy hotels in Uptown Dallas. — Oyster

This Uptown boutique hotel is a luxurious oasis known for its 25 suites, each decorated around a theme. — Fodor's

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

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Omni Dallas Hotel

Downtown Dallas 82 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

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 gleaming commercial dynamo is set in a 23-story blue glass tower sandwiched between Union Station and the Convention Center—an all-weather skywalk provides easy access to the Convention Center — Star Service

This upscale Omni property with a view boasts 1,001 rooms and a collection of impressive suites. — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Crescent Court

Uptown & Oak Lawn 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Convenience to the American Airlines arena makes it a sold-out operation during NBA games and other local events. — Star Service

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

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

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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Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas

Uptown & Oak Lawn 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A comfortable stay at an upscale Dallas hotel within a landmark building – near the buzzing Uptown district. — Jetsetter

Take a step back in time at this historic landmark that immediately makes you feel at home. — Travel + Leisure

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

This historic property exudes elegance and refinement -- from its stately brick exterior to its ornate lobby with towering columns. — Oyster

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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Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh

Uptown & Oak Lawn 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Although not for everyone, this reworked modernist is a fun, flirty hotel offers character and an interesting alternative to the countless chain properties in Dallas. — Star Service

A Registered Historic Landmark, the Stoneleigh has undergone $36 million in renovations to make the most of its location, walking distance to Turtle Creek and Katy Trail, the nicest walks in Dallas. — BlackBook

The once run-down hotel was lovingly brought back to its original grandeur in 2008, and it has style to burn, with the welcoming feel of a large luxury boutique hotel. — Frommer's

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

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

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The Ashton Hotel

Downtown Fort Worth 82 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

This small boutique hotel and its eponymous gourmet restaurant occupy two renovated early-20th-century Downtown buildings. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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Belmont Hotel

West Dallas & Medical District 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though retro chic is all the rage in Dallas, nobody does it more authentically than this hipster boutique hotel at the edge of Oak Cliff (a 5-min. drive from downtown). — Frommer's

For a Dallas/Fort Worth stay that shatters the monotonous chain-hotel mold, the Belmont Hotel is a refreshing property full of vintage character that's been given a modern spin. — Gayot

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

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

Everything from the breathtaking views to the heated, outdoor pool to the delicious, complimentary Oak Cliff coffee in guest rooms sets the Belmont apart. — Travel + Leisure

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The Westin Galleria Dallas

Park Cities North Dallas 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 20-story hotel has direct access to the sleek Galleria mall, which has an ice-skating rink, upscale dining, and more than 200 shops. — Fodor's

This commercial standout manages to overshadow its closest competitor, the Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre, with a pleasing contemporary style and attentive service — Star Service

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

This quietly haute hotel delivers a luxe experience, in the heart of North Dallas. — Afar Magazine

Only serious shoppers need apply. The Galleria mall is this Westin's whole reason for existence, though the rooms are certainly nice enough. — Lonely Planet

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Hyatt Regency Dallas

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

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

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

Overall, this visually striking property is the best upper-midrange convention hotel in the city, remarkably well-maintained, considering its constant group pressures. — Star Service

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

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

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Hilton Anatole

West Dallas & Medical District 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

I prefer independent restaurants, hotels, and stores over chains, but I have to admit that even though the Hilton Anatole in Dallas is a corporate hotel, it is special. — Afar Magazine

A prime destination for conducting business and holding conferences, ... this centrally located destination has been a popular place for corporate gatherings. — Gayot

In spite of flaws typical of large hotels—long walks to various points and lines at the front desk and morning buffet—this is perhaps the best convention hotel in Dallas. — Star Service

The rooms are standard, but the Anatole has seven bars, a nightclub, and a piano bar to keep you entertained. The public spaces feature a massive collection of fine Asian arts and antiques. — Fodor's

Set on 45 "park"-like acres, this "sprawling" convention hotel in Market Center pleases partisans with "excellent facilities". — Zagat

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Hotel St. Germain

Uptown & Oak Lawn 79 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

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

Historic three-story boutique hotel in a converted Victorian mansion with French-inspired décor and traditional service, in fashionable uptown Dallas’ Highland Park. — Andrew Harper

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

Built as a private mansion, the romantic Hotel St. Germain in Uptown has welcomed guests since 1991 in seven meticulously appointed suites. — Zagat

Grand Hyatt DFW

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

About one-third the size of its mall-like sibling across the road, Hyatt Regency DFW, arrivals here pay more but gain an advantage when it comes to style, service and overall substance. — Star Service

When this property says it's an airport hotel, it's not joking around. The Grand Hyatt DFW is located inside DFW International Airport's Terminal D. — Gayot

Hard to beat the location of this Grand Hyatt... specially convenient for those flying American, as check-in and security are just outside the lobby. — Oyster

"So convenient" for frequent fliers, this "airport hotel" is attached to one of the terminals at DFW, offering views of "planes coming and going" from some of its contemporary rooms and suites. — Zagat

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