The best hotels in Dallas

Rest easy at the best hotels in the city, from luxurious modern retreats to charming boutique getaways
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Visitors who appreciate Southern charm and hospitality in a graceful setting will love these unique hotels in Dallas. Each property has distinct features, be it a phenomenal spa, a special gift bag for children, an unbeatable location at good value, a revolving restaurant 500 feet above ground or a private art collection. Impeccable service and attention to detail are the norm at these hotels. We hope this selection of hotels will make your stay in the Big D as amazing and unforgettable as the city itself.

The 20 best hotels in Dallas

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Omni Dallas Hotel

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The Omni Dallas Hotel has a superb location in downtown Dallas, a nice walk away from attractions like Pioneer Plaza, the JFK Memorial, the Sixth-Floor Museum and Dealey Plaza and Reunion Tower. Other landmarks are just a short drive away, like the upscale Highland Park Village shopping mall or the American Airlines Center. The luxurious guest rooms and suites are decorated in warm colors and have floor-to-ceiling windows with amazing views of the city. A flat screen TV is hidden behind the mirror. The hotel also offers ADA accessible rooms with roll-in showers and grab bars. Wi-Fi is available for a daily fee, as is parking.

After an intense day of sightseeing and shopping, relax at the heated outdoor infinity pool or sip a cocktail at the Uptown Terrace (seasonal) and enjoy stunning views of downtown. Or why not get pampered at the Mokara Salon and Spa? You can also grab a coffee at Morsel’s, the hotel’s coffee shop, or a signature cocktail and bites at the Lobby lounge. 

 

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La Quinta Inns & Suites

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La Quinta Dallas Downtown is within walking distance of some the city's most popular attractions like the Historic West End, the Sixth-Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and the JFK Memorial. The Main Street district is also close by. Other attractions like the Arts District, Deep Ellum, the Dallas Farmers Market and the American Airlines Center are a just short drive away. 

The hotel has been renovated, but has kept the character and flair of the original 1920s building. The rooms are modern with comfortable beds, hardwood floors, a 42-inch flat screen TV, coffee maker and desk. Free Wi-Fi, local calls and breakfast are included. The hotel also offers parking for $25 per day, dry cleaning and laundry, a fitness center, a business center, meeting facilities and a bar. 

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Hyatt Regency Dallas

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The Hyatt Regency and Regency Tower are two of the city's most familiar landmarks. Go up to the GeoDeck observation platform and enjoy 360 degree views of the city below. This hotel is very close to some popular attractions like the Sixth-Floor Museum, the Historic West End, the Dallas Convention Center and Pioneer Plaza. Its proximity to the financial heart of the city makes this hotel a fantastic place to stay for business travelers, especially because it offers complimentary transportation to the business district.

The comfortable and modern rooms offer high speed Internet access for a fee, HD flat panel TV, bathroom amenities by KenetMD, coffee maker, iron, an iHome® alarm clock radio, and a safe deposit box. The Hyatt Regency is pet friendly and loves to pamper them.

There are a few dining options inside the hotel, including a bar and a coffee shop. There is a splash pool on the third floor with food and beverage service available, a Hyatt StayFit gym open 24 hours, among other features. An underground concourse joins the Hyatt with Union Station and thus provides access to the local public transport network.

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Crown Plaza Hotel Dallas Downtown

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The Crown Plaza Dallas Downtown has a fantastic location in the heart of downtown, near popular attractions like the Historic West End, Main Street, the Dallas Arts District, the House of Blues, or the business district. This location makes it ideal for work and play.

The most striking feature is the rooftop swimming pool, where you can relax after your meetings or cool down after sightseeing all day. There is a modern fitness center, a restaurant, a nightclub, and a bar, vending machines, and same-day dry cleaning, among other services. There is onsite parking with a daily charge. Pets and service animals are allowed for a nightly fee.

The rooms have sleep amenities like seven layered premium bedding or a lavender spray for relaxation, free Wi-Fi, HD television, refrigerator. All rooms are non-smoking and include breakfast. There are 17 accessible rooms and hearing and vision impaired accessibility features throughout the hotel.

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W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences

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Dallas does it big, and so does the W Dallas. Stay in this upscale boutique hotel and you will not only receive value that will wow you, you will be in the heart of the city. The attractions of Downtown Dallas are within your grasp: visit the museums in the Arts District and take a breather at the gastropub overlooking Klyde Warren Park. Have the team make reservations at any of the fine dining restaurants and enjoy Southern hospitality at its best. Why stay at the W? Anything you want is at the push of the Whatever/Whenever button.

Relax in the WET Deck infinite pool on the 16th floor or get pampered in the Bliss Spa. Do you need to take care of business? Then head to the WIRED Business Center, which has everything you need. Unwind and meet local friends at the stylish Living Room Bar. Sample modern American food at Cook Hall.    

The rooms feature Southern décor, an open concept bathroom, Bliss bath amenities, sweeping city views, iPod docking station, and a glass-enclosed rainforest shower or a tub, among other features like flat screen TV and mini bar. The W is nonsmoking and pet friendly (enquire rates).

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The Adolphus, Autograph Collection

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The Adolphus opened in 1912 as Dallas’ first luxury hotel. The property's stately and elegant rooms have hosted the rich and famous and even royals for decades. The newly renovated suites have a comfortable sitting area with two TVs, free high-speed Internet access, lavish furnishings, modern amenities and King size beds. You can choose from five different floorplans for your luxury suite. All the rooms are non-smoking and pet-friendly. The Adolphus also offers many dining options, including upscale restaurant and bar The French Room, the Texas-inspired Rodeo Bar and all-day bistro and bar, City Hall. Cool down in the rooftop pool with sweeping views of downtown; head to the fitness center where you'll find complimentary fruit and water to fuel your workout; relax by the fire with a signature cocktail; pamper yourself with a treatment at the newly minted spa. 

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The Joule Hotel

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The Joule exudes charm and sophistication. The building itself is a Neo-Gothic work of art from the 1920s. Art is very important to the hotel, as is made clear by its art collection.

The lobby bar is the preferred meeting place of guests and locals. They come for the hand-crafted drink, superb food and cozy seating areas. Dining options include CBD Provisions, a modern Texas brasserie, Americano, a casual Italian restaurant with 50s and 60s inspired décor, and Weekend, a third-wave coffee shop. For late night drinks and music, go to the subterranean The Midnight Rambler bar.

The chic rooms feature hardwood floors, complimentary high speed Wi-Fi and newspapers, a selection of TASCHEN books, 300-thread count sheets, spa amenities, and iPod docking station.

You can do some retail therapy at the hotel’s carefully curated boutique, work out at the VITAL fitness studio and then recharge energies at the spa. The most striking feature of The Joule is the cantilevered pool overlooking Main Street. It’s seasonal an open to guests only. The hotel provides concierge service and has a fleet of cars to take guests anywhere within a five-mile radius.

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Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown

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The Beaux-Arts building that houses the Magnolia Hotel dates from 1922 started out at the headquarters for the Magnolia Petroleum Company. Although it’s been renovated, the hotel has retained its charm and elegance. It is centrally located in the Main Street District and is within walking distance of attractions like the Dallas Convention Center, the Aquarium, the business on Main Street, and the Historic West End.

All the rooms are elegantly appointed, with custom bedding, queen size beds, complimentary Internet access, satellite or cable HD television, an oversized soaking tub, and some have a fully furnished kitchen. Extended stay accommodations with discounted rates and other amenities are available.

The Magnolia offer a 24-hour fitness center, an expanded Happy Hour, fresh house-made cookies every night, transportation to corporations and attractions in the downtown area, parking (for a fee), conference facilities, an on-site bar and restaurant, The Lounge, in-room dining and pet friendly accommodations.

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Hotel ZaZa Dallas

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The chic Hotel ZaZa is situated in the heart of fashionable Uptown Dallas. It is within easy walking distance of the business and nightlife action of Upton and McKinney Street and a stone’s throw away from the concert venues and museums of the Dallas Arts District.

Each of the Magnificent Seven suites has a unique concept, like the Asian luxury of The Crouching Tiger suite or the Da Vinci-inspired design of the Leonardo suite. The Bungalow suites are located in an annexed 1930s historic home. The amenities at the Bungalows include a morning butler’s pantry, open air electric car service to the main hotel, and a night fire in the courtyard. Guest rooms and concept suites with luxury linens and unique works of art are also available.

Guest over 21 years of age can access the Poolside at ZaZa after 10 p.m., an outdoor nightlife venue with a DJ and great views of Uptown. Dragonfly is the chic on-site restaurant and lounge. You can relax and unwind at the ZaSpa.

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Omni Frisco Hotel

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The Omni Frisco Hotel is a brand-new property at The Star in Frisco, the Dallas Cowboys headquarters and practice facility. The Omni is across from the Ford Center, an indoor football stadium surrounded by upscale restaurants and retail stores. The Star is 25 minutes north of downtown Dallas and 30 minutes from the airport. Other local attractions include Toyota Stadium, Dr. Pepper Ballpark, and Stonebriar mall. Wake up with a cup of coffee and unwind with a glass of wine in the evening at the chic Lobby Bar. Sit down to modern American cuisine at Neighborhood Services. Lounge by the pool on the fourth floor. Work out at the fitness center or, if you prefer, request a complimentary Get Fit Kit for you room. The elegant rooms and suites, all of which are non-smoking, come with a work area, safe, coffee maker, bath robes, iHome radio, Internet access, bedside charging station, data ports, a 55-inch TV and video check-out. Pets under 25 pounds are welcome and carry a non-refundable fee.

Time Out tip: Secure a seat on the elevated pool deck to watch events on the outdoor field.

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