610 Main St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Over the course of five years, the 1915 Fort Worth Club building and the 1890 Winfree Building exteriors were updated and restored while the interiors of the building were renovated to become the insides of this luxury hotel. The guestrooms feature down pillows and comforters, Frette Italian linens and custom furniture. The dining in the cafe has received great reviews from food critics and features a fireplace, piano and bar. Afternoon tea is served there as well.
2821 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219
The Mansion on Turtle Creek is the flagship property of Rosewood Hotels and Resorts. It has been rated as the top U.S. hotel, top for service in the world and the restaurant here has even received honors. This hotel is situated in one of the most luxurious areas in Dallas and is very intimate as it used to be the home of a Texas cotton tycoon. This hotel has a lot of history as over a century has passed since it was originally built. The decor includes hand-carved fireplaces, marble floors and a stained glass windows.
2332 Leonard St.
Dallas, TX 75201
Hotel Zaza is one of the more unique of the luxury hotels you can find in DFW. The furnishings and decorations are filled with Mediterranean accents and the beauty of exotic locations. If you’re looking for a specific type of unique experience, you might want to check out one of the concept suites with themes like bohemia, villa champagne and far east. You will be greeted at check-in by candlelight, and the rest of the posh boutique hotel features lush fabrics and thick carpeting.
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1530 Main St.
Dallas, TX 75201
The Joule is one of the first and only designer hotels in the DFW area. The hotel is a restoration of the 1920s Neo-Gothic building and has brought a new sense of energy to the place with a 10-story tower and a luxurious lobby right at the entrance. The designer of the hotel aimed to create a union between the old world and new energy of this area in Dallas. The hotel features over 2,000 square feet of event space and a 1,500-square-foot gym. If you’re a fan of art, you might enjoy the collection of original artwork by artists like Andy Warhol, Tony Cragg and others.
1321 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75202
Before you even enter the hotel, the building that houses the Adolphus screams opulence. At the Adolphus, Texas style meets luxury. This hotel has been known for its lavish accommodations since the beer baron, Adolphus Busch, open its doors in 1912. The hotel is sometimes considered a baroque-style masterpiece. The interior is full of European-style elegance with Flemish tapestries and a carved Victorian Steinway that was owned by the Guggenheim family. Famous guests of the hotel include U2, Donald Trump and Babe Ruth.
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