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Just two miles west of downtown, this stylish 1940s bungalow hotel is a fabulously low-key antidote to Dallas' flashier digs, with a touch of mid-century modern design and more than its share of soul...
A moving cog-and-wheel sculpture in the stylish lobby hints at the building's Industrial Revolution–era beginnings. Urbane elegance continues throughout. Don't miss the breathtaking, cantilevered rooftop pool area.
Feel like royalty (yes, Queen Elizabeth has stayed here) the old-fashioned way. The 422-room Adolphus takes us back to the days when gentlemen wore ties and hotels were truly grand, not bastions of ascetic minimalism...
Hotel Indigo Dallas Downtown
After a hot day of sightseeing, this downtown hotel offers good respite. Part of a small chain, it offers rooms with sprightly decor, hardwood floors and extras such as gourmet coffee makers. The 170 rooms are in a restored vintage building.
W Dallas Victory
Urban sophistication has come to Dallas. Lobby and guest rooms ooze minimalist edge. A mid-high-rise open-air floor (no walls), houses the trendy pool and spa.
Hotel Palomar Dallas, A Kimpton Hotel
The Palomar combines dramatic flair – like zebra robes, a Hollywood-esque infinity pool and a chichi spa – with eco-conscious policies and enough freebies (like the nightly wine and cheese happy hour) to make you feel good about being spoiled.
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.
Warwick Melrose Hotel
Hiding from the paparazzi and need discretion? Not too far north of Uptown there's a quiet residential area full of stately condos. It's home to the graceful Melrose Hotel Dallas...
Crowne Plaza Hotel Dallas Downtown
OK, so the Hampton Inn Dallas West End won't win any design awards, but while staying here you can hoof it the quickest to downtown museums and restaurants. Sightseers take note: you can't stay anywhere closer than this to Dallas's John F...
Magnolia Hotel Dallas
Housed in the 1922, 29-story Magnolia Petroleum Company Building, this gracious hotel offers a sumptuous stay. Rooms have period details including wooden blinds and retro furniture. The commodious rooms have fridges, while the suites have kitchenettes.
Hyatt Regency Dallas
A shiny behemoth rises at the edge of downtown. From this glass monster hotel you can do some serious city-gazing. Panoramic pictures of Dallas hang in the lobby, in the guest rooms, in hallways.....
Rosewood Mansion On Turtle Creek
Step into a life of ease, where for every two guests there's one staff member attending. This is the definitive five-star Dallas hotel, and a worthy splurge...
The Lumen, A Kimpton Hotel
This ultramodern concrete hotel across from SMU doesn't completely live up to the hype. Yet we love the parade of poodles and shih tzus through the lobby, the DVD library and the strong coffee in the morning.
Gaylord Texan Resort And Convention Center
With 1500 rooms, a 25,000-square-foot spa and enough Hill Country limestone to build a pyramid, the Gaylord Texan can't be accused of doing anything small. The sprawling atrium gardens have become a tourist attraction in themselves...
Best Western Cityplace Inn
A funky 24-hour diner on-site gives soul to this otherwise standard motel. The McKinney Ave trolley to Uptown is just a 15-minute walk away.
Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh
A $36 million makeover in 2008 upped the art deco quotient.
Hotel Za Za Dallas
Hip, over-the-top eclectic rooms.
The Westin Galleria Dallas
Only serious shoppers need apply. The Galleria mall is this Westin's whole reason for existence, though the rooms are certainly nice enough. Tiffany, Versace, Coach... the Westin Galleria has some well-known neighbours...
One of the better deals among the midrange indie hotels, Hotel Lawrence has a convenient downtown location in a 1925 building. Rooms include a great buffet breakfast.
Name and association are much of the attraction at Southfork Hotel: though run by the same owners as Southfork Ranch, the hotel is right on a highway, 13km away. Still, it has a kitschy appeal and a useful shuttle. Looking for a 'Who shot J.R...
Rosewood Crescent Hotel
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. I'm ready to have my bed turned down now.....
Abby Guest House
This bright and cheerful garden cottage is within walking distance of great cafes and bars on Upper Greenville Ave. With a full kitchen and sunny private patio, it's a great deal although often booked. Two night minimum.