The Best Hotels in Dallas

by Natasha Wolff | September 16, 2014 7:38 am

Hotel Lumen
6101 Hillcrest Avenue[1]
Just across the street from Southern Methodist University’s lush campus and its famed Owen Fine Arts Center, the Hotel Lumen is a luxurious boutique hotel decorated in chic mid-century modern décor, with one of the best outdoor heated pools in the city.

Hotel Zaza
2332 Leonard Street[2]
One of Dallas’s most luxurious uptown options, the boutique Hotel Zaza boasts a rich, art-filled atmosphere with lavish event spaces and a large variety of suite styles, including their new residential bungalows. Zaza’s poolside décor is especially colorful.

NYLO Dallas

NYLO Dallas

NYLO Dallas
1325 S. Lamar Street[3]
The LEED-certified NYLO Dallas South Side hotel boasts a rooftop pool with amazing views of the city skyline. Enjoy a NYLOrita cocktail at its SODA Bar.

The Joule Hotel

The Joule Hotel

The Joule Hotel
1530 Main Street[4]
This revitalized 1920’s neo-Gothic landmark has come to define luxury for its downtown clientele. The Mainstreet Hotel’s recent expansion features a Taschen Library, a coffee shop and an ESPA Spa, along with a dash of L.A. style, thanks to retailers Traffic and TenOverSix.

The Ritz-Carlton Dallas
2121 McKinney Avenue[5]
Bearing the moniker “the living room of Dallas,” this Lone Star State hotel boasts Texan hospitality, allowing guests to relax and feel at home as soon as they arrive. Situated near the vibrant uptown scene, this luxurious hotel is surrounded by world-class shopping, fine dining and animated nightlife.

Rosewood Crescent Hotel
400 Crescent Court[6]
Southern charm mixed with European luxury makes this hotel as culturally vibrant as the neighborhood in which it resides. Top-notch service and amenities are the icing on the cake.

Omni Dallas Hotel
555 S. Lamar[7]
Connected via sky-bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and near shops, the art district and more, the hotel offers stunning city views from the terrace pool deck, a heated infinity pool and a luxurious fitness center with state-of-the-art machines and services.

Warwick Melrose Hotel
3015 Oak Lawn Avenue[8]
This hotel has some of the largest rooms in the city, close to a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood in the arts and cultural district. Visitors can explore Dallas with the hotel’s courtesy car, eat at the hotel’s gourmet restaurant and grab a cocktail and listen to some jazz and piano cabaret at the vibrant and sophisticated Library Bar.


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