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Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek feels like a Tuscan villa -- the hotel is pink stucco, the roof is terra cotta, and beautiful fountains, tile mosaics, and trellis plants surround the pool. The property is lavish, with a grand lobby and large, upscale rooms with patios -- but it's a bit farther from the restaurants and galleries in Uptown Dallas than the Rosewood Crescent.

Rosewood Crescent Hotel

Rosewood Crescent Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This elegant, 191-room hotel is housed in a beautiful historic building in hopping Uptown, close to art galleries and great nightlife. It has a lovely outdoor pool, a huge, impressive fitness center, and an acclaimed 22,000-square-foot day spa. Big rooms come with high-tech amenities, but the slightly bland decor is unimpressive (especially for a hotel of this caliber), and there’s a fee for Internet access. The famous Japanese restaurant Nobu is located in the lobby, and the members-only Crescent Club offers stunning views.

The Joule, A Luxury Collection Hotel

The Joule, A Luxury Collection Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Joule is one of the coolest -- and most luxurious -- hotels in Downtown Dallas. It's located in a historic building dating back to the 1920s, and its decor is a mix of old and new -- funky furniture and patterned rugs are juxtaposed against dark wood paneling and antique touches in the lobby (including two giant cogged wheels), and the hotel has an extensive art collection, including works by Andy Warhol. There is a popular lounge downstairs and the bathroom walls are made of frosted glass (though a curtain can be pulled across), so this hotel may not be the best pick for families, but all can enjoy the cantilevered pool which juts out over Main Street.

The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Ritz-Carlton Dallas is big on both style and amenities. The 218-room property is surrounded by neatly manicured hedges in a central part of Dallas, and has a sophisticated lobby with plenty of space to lounge. Rooms have traditional decor in warm colors, big, comfy beds, and generous space -- but they lack wow factor. Bathrooms have double sinks and some have a separate tub and walk-in shower. The great on-site restaurant, Fearing's, has an appealing outdoor dining pavilion. A stunning 12,000-square-foot spa and fitness center includes a full service salon, modern cardio equipment, and a relaxing outdoor pool. The fees for parking and Wi-Fi are a nuisance at a hotel of this caliber.

Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre

Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Catering to a business crowd, the Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre features a large, modern lobby, a (small) 24-hour business center, and numerous meeting rooms -- one of which can accommodate up to 1,200 people. Its distance from Downtown Dallas (an 18-minute drive) accounts for the reasonable rates, and the pool is popular among families, but those looking for a hotel closer to the action may consider staying in Downtown or Uptown Dallas.

Renaissance Dallas Hotel

Renaissance Dallas Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A popular choice for business travelers, the sophisticated 544-room Renaissance Dallas features fresh, contemporary decor throughout, and a popular modern restaurant that serves a farm-to-table menu. Families may enjoy the large rooms and the rooftop pool (though it's shallow and the lounge chairs are sparse), and the hotel's location on the freeway grants guests easy driving access to Dallas attractions -- though those who want to be in a walkable area may consider a downtown hotel instead.

The Adolphus

The Adolphus Rating: 4.0 Pearls

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. Some find the opulent decor (crystal chandeliers, velvet furniture, dark wood paneling, heavy drapes) to be a bit stuffy, but the rooms are large and bright (if somewhat plain at times). The Adolphus was opened in 1912, and its convenient downtown location has made it a popular hotel choice throughout the years. Many celebrities have stayed there, too, including Queen Elizabeth and Donald Trump.

The Highland Dallas

The Highland Dallas Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 198-room property, formerly Hotel Palomar, is a stylish pick in the affluent Park Cities area, across the highway from the Southern Methodist University. Spacious, contemporary rooms come with the standard high-tech amenities (flat-screen TVs, iPod docks), plus nice perks like Nintendos and free yoga equipment. One of the hotel’s top features is its lovely outdoor infinity pool, surrounded by lounge chairs and a couple of cabanas. The property also has an American restaurant with chic, modern design, and a bright, state-of-the-art fitness center. But it's a 20-minute train ride from Downtown Dallas.

Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas

Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This historic property exudes elegance and refinement -- from its stately brick exterior to its ornate lobby with towering columns. The traditional feel extends to the spacious guest rooms, furnished with heavy drapes and embossed fabrics. Upscale touches include 37-inch flat-screen TVs and 300-thread-count sheets. The hotel's renowned Landmark Restaurant and popular Library Bar are a draw, with seasonal cuisine and live music that attract guests and locals alike. However, the property is somewhat lacking in amenities (with just a small fitness center and no pool), and some may find the classic decor a bit staid. Also, the valet parking and Wi-Fi fees may leave some guests feeling nickel-and-dimed. Visitors looking for a hip, modern vibe might prefer the nearby Hotel Zaza.

W Hotel Dallas Victory Park

W Hotel Dallas Victory Park Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The W Hotel Dallas at Victory Park embodies the stylish W brand. The chic lobby features dramatic hanging chandeliers as well as trendy, plush seating, and the trendy Ghostbar hosts live DJs. Contemporary rooms -- all of which are being renovated in 2012 and 2013 -- have flat-screen TVs and bathrooms with a sexy, open layout. Hotel amenities include the Bliss Spa, a big fitness center, and an outdoor infinity pool with great Dallas views. The on-site restaurant, Craft, is the brainchild of celebrity chef Tom Colicchio. The business center has three iMac computers, but there is a daily fee for Wi-Fi.

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Locations

  • Addison
  • Downtown Dallas
  • Market Center
  • Park Cities
  • Uptown

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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
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