Dallas’ hotel options offer a touch of history, art, and architectural beauty. We’ve compiled a list of the top places to stay in the big city.
901 Fort Worth Ave., Dallas
Now a restored boutique hotel, the Belmont was the first non-Californian motor court motel west of the Mississippi when it opened in 1946.
1530 Main St., Dallas
The decor and attention to detail really put the Joule in another league, with a collection of 73 mosaics created by the late California artist Millard Sheets in the 1950s.
1321 Commerce St., Dallas
This upscale 1912 hotel was once the tallest building in Dallas. Now, it sits just a short walk away from the Dallas Museum of Art.
975 N. Zang Blvd., Dallas
This classy boutique hotel is located in the Bishop Arts community and features luxury suites for a stylish stay.
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas
Originally a private residence, this luxurious mansion sits in the heart of the city and offers a stay in a piece of history with modern amenities.
1011 S. Akard St., Dallas
Located in the Convention Center District, this hotel features more than 600 works of original art, two restaurants, and a pool with a bar.