Adolphus Hotel exterior — Photo courtesy of Adolphus Hotel Facebook page
Known as the "most beautiful building West of Venice," and located in the heart of Downtown Dallas, the Adolphus Hotel is the perfect place to spend your vacation. Built in 1912, this legendary hotel is a part of Big D's history, and visitors will enjoy their luxurious stay in the middle of all the downtown action, such as the Dallas Convention Center, the Museum District and the flagship Neiman Marcus store.
The Adolphus Hotel is 21 stories high and features intricate baroque decor and architecture. It's also home to one of Dallas' most romantic and popular restaurants, The French Room. The impressive lobby features regal Flemish tapestries and a Victorian Steinway piano that was owned by the Guggenheim family. Some famous past guests there include Babe Ruth, Queen Elizabeth II, Oscar de la Renta, U2 and Donald Trump.
While the property certainly has history, it has also had more than $80 million dollars worth of renovations and upgrades over its 100 history-making years. The 422 guest rooms feature a wide variety of unique amenities, such as 32-inch flat screen televisions, pillow-top mattresses, wireless high-speed Internet access and beautiful Queen Anne furnishings.
If you're planning a special event, such as a wedding, this is a great place to have it. There are also a wide variety of business meeting amenities.