The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek was originally built as a private residence in 1925, inspired by European art and architecture. Original features like the hand-carved fireplaces and stained-glass windows have been preserved and restored and coexist with modern design elements. The 128 rooms and 15 suites all come with romantic balconies, Nespresso coffee machines and minibars, marble bathrooms with bespoke and DS & Durga products, and, of course, the latest tech. Mirrors accentuate the size of the rooms; the whole feel is Chanel dashed on Renaissance-style architecture. The pool has St Tropez written all over it. Fitting because the hotel is in one of Dallas’ poshest neighborhoods and conveniently a short drive from downtown for which complimentary car service is provided (or anywhere else within a five-mile radius). The Mansion Bar and The Mansion Restaurant are two of the finest destinations in their own right. Time Out tip: Ask for the chef’s crème brûlée, which isn’t on the restaurant menu.
The best thing about Dallas is that everything seems to come in plentiful amounts, not just the portions and pours but also the accommodation options—after all, everything is bigger in Texas! Visitors who appreciate Southern charm and hospitality are in for a treat. The hotel properties in this ever-growing city serve some of the finest sleeps alongside distinct features, phenomenal spas, unbeatable locations (at a fair price), delicious on-site food and drink, and of course, Dallas glamour. This is one of the Texan cities where it is perfectly acceptable to sport that Sunday best in the lobby and go all-out at the lunch table, especially if you choose to be based in uptown. With so much to choose from, selecting the perfect night's snooze may leave you wide awake. We’ve narrowed down the best spots to rest no matter your individual taste. Whether you’re after razor chic interiors, big luxe rooms and pamper corners, or a place to take the afterparty, something on our list should more than do the trick.
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