Sports fans coming to the area will be happy to know that they can now stay literally steps away from Texas Rangers' Globe Life Field and the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium. Situated at Arlington's premier entertainment hub Texas Live!, the stylish 300-room property (opened August 2019) aims to be more of a resort than simply a hotel. To that end, guests can look forward to superior amenities such as five chef-curated restaurants and lounges, a stunning infinity pool with a swim-up bar and a fire pit, plus an expansive 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center. Meanwhile, all accommodations feature spacious layouts, natural wood surfaces, plush pillowtop mattresses, 55-inch smart TVs, Keurig coffee makers, refrigerators and floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramas of the stadiums and beyond.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: For those who want to stay in luxury surrounds near Arlington's sports and entertainment venues, this hotel delivers.
Enjoy an urban escape without leaving the city limits. Nestled on 400 sprawling acres in the city of Irving (13 miles from downtown Dallas), the Four Seasons Resort and Club at Las Colinas features 431 luxuriously appointed guest rooms, suites and villas, all of which come with perks like soaker tubs, private balconies or patios and stunning views of the property. Aside from the spectacular accommodations, guests will find four dining and drinking options along with two 18-hole championship courses, three swimming pools plus everything from racquetball and tennis to daily fitness classes.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Four Seasons is a good place for golf enthusiasts.
Nestled in a stunning neo-French classical-style complex, the four-star Hotel Crescent Court doesn't just boast a terrific location in the heart of the Uptown, it's also home to Nobu, one of the world's most renown Japanese restaurants. The hotel's 191 rooms range in size from 380 to 3,035 square feet and include living areas as well as marble bathrooms stocked with Natura BissÄ" toiletries and private balconies. Along with several restaurants and bars, the property boasts a 22,000-square-foot spa and fitness center plus a year-round rooftop pool. As an added bonus, hotel guests can also enjoy dining in the private Crescent Club located on the 17th floor of the Crescent Complex's center office tower. Speaking of the Crescent Club, time your stay on a weekend when you can take advantage of the restaurant's limitless Sunday lobster brunch.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Hotel Crescent Court is on the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List for Best Hotels in the United States.
This ultra-hip hotel rates high with visiting celebrities and there's a good reason for that. Sure, the Uptown location is unbeatable, and the service is exceptional, plus there are a fantastic spa, an award-winning restaurant and a stellar oasis-style pool. But the biggest draws at Hotel ZaZa are its rooms. In addition to 169 contemporary guestrooms and bungalows, the hotel boasts a collection of townhouse-style and fantasy concept suites (with themes ranging from 60s retro to African safaris) decked out with everything from over-sized whirlpool baths to precious Objects d'Art. All rooms have luxe touches like pillow-top mattresses, complimentary wi-fi, refrigerators, separate sitting areas and designer toiletries, plus there's a premium coffee bar located on each floor. Did we mention the complimentary Magic Carpet Ride shuttle service?
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Hotel ZaZa is wonderfully eccentric and also a great place for celebrity sightings.
No Dallas hotel is more legendary than this downtown Grande Dame that's been welcoming everyone from royalty to rock stars for over a century. A recent multi-million-dollar facelift has injected some modernity to all 407 guestrooms and public spaces, but there's still a wonderful sense of old-school decorum here, which is fitting given the sheer quantities of marble, rich wood detailing and hand-crafted molding on site. Luxurious rooms and suites feature pillow-top mattresses, free wireless Internet access, 32-inch flat-screen TVs and spa-like bathrooms. Updates include a new all-day café and coffee house as well as a luxury spa, a state-of-the-art fitness facility and a year-round rooftop pool. If you want to splash out, book a table at the hotel's acclaimed French Room restaurant.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: If you want to live like royalty, the Adolphus is the place for you.
Opened in the Dallas Design District late December 2019, Sir Richard Branson's luxury 16-story Virgin Hotel is an Instagrammable stunner through and through. The property features 268 oversized guest rooms that are all uniquely designed to transform, via sliding privacy doors, into two-room suites. Each contemporary-styled room comes replete with patented ergonomically designed beds, SMEG mini-fridges filled with street-priced items, high def TVs, yoga mats, dog beds (should you bring your pooch) and extra-large sized showers stocked with Red Flower toiletries. Beyond the rooms, expect to find a 24-hour fitness center, complimentary cocktail hours, plus a rooftop bar and pool. If you really want to go all out, consider booking Richard's Penthouse suite (it's where he stays when in town), which features dramatic views of the Dallas skyline. Don't miss James Beard Award-nominated chef Matt McCallister's menu of wood-fired fare at the Commons Club restaurant.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Those seeking a trendy hotel with a vibrant atmosphere to boot, this is your place.
If you want to kick back in luxury, there's not a better place to do it than at this iconic hotel. Fashioned after a 16th century Italian Renaissance style structure, the hotel features 143 guestrooms and private suites luxuriously furnished with Italian bed linens, marble baths, designer toiletries, original artworks and private balconies. You could happily spend your entire stay within the confines of your room, but you might miss out on the rest of what the hotel offers such as a dynamic fitness studio with state-of-the-art equipment, a gorgeous pool, a cozy lantern-lit terrace and a sophisticated restaurant and bar featuring live jazz in the evenings. Oh, and if you feel like venturing out, they'll give you a Lexus to test drive around town.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is listed on the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List of the world's best places to stay.
If you've ever wanted to stay in a luxury art gallery, then the Joule is the place for you. Set in a renovated 1920s neo-Gothic landmark building in the Dallas Central Business District, the hotel showcases an impressive collection of small and large-scale pieces by artists such as Roger Hiorns, Tony Cragg and even Andy Warhol. Equally breathtaking are the 161 guest rooms, suites and multi-story penthouses that come furnished with pillow-top mattresses, rainfall showerheads, designer toiletries, and of course, art. The property also houses several chic boutiques, a variety of restaurants, a subterranean cocktail lounge, a world-class spa and a 24-hour fitness center. The icing on the cake? The heated rooftop infinity pool that cantilevers eight feet beyond the building's edge.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Joule is where to stay if you want to be in the heart of all the action.
Undoubtedly the best location in the city, the newly opened HALL Arts Hotel is an art lover's dream retreat. Not only is the property situated in the Dallas Arts District, the largest contiguous arts district in the country, but the entire property itself is teeming with sculptures, canvases and immersive installations to explore. Beyond its impressive art collection, the 11-story hotel boasts 183 guest rooms and 19 suites, all of which come kitted out with luxury Frette linens, 55-inch smart TVs, Keurig coffee makers and Natura Bissé bath products as well as complimentary snacks and beverages. Additional highlights include a state-of-the-art fitness center, an elevated rooftop pool, a swanky lounge featuring live entertainment, and a Napa-inspired restaurant headed up by Oprah's former private chef, Eric Dreyer.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: If you want to be surrounded by art during your stay, you can't pick a better hotel or location than this one.
Everything you'd expect from a Ritz is at this contemporary Dallas outpost in the vibrant Uptown District. All 218 spacious guest rooms and suites feature sitting areas, deep soaking tubs, rain showers, premium bedding, designer toiletries and a host of other complimentary amenities. In addition to a 24-hour fitness center, a heated outdoor pool and celebrity chef Dean Fearing's eponymous restaurant, the hotel hosts complimentary guacamole and margarita tastings every evening at 6 p.m. in the lobby. Speaking of margaritas, don't miss out on having one of Dean's Margarita Salt Glow scrubs, it's one of several sublime body treatments on offer at the hotel's spa.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Ritz Carlton Dallas was ranked as the only five-star hotel in Texas for 2020 by Forbes Travel Guide.