Hotels in Dallas TX

Hotels in Dallas TX are some of the best you’ll find in Southwest United States. Dubbed “Big D”, Dallas is known for its restaurants, its shopping, its skyline, its sports teams, its Tex-Mex, its soap opera and its frozen margaritas. Museums, performing arts, sporting events, nightlife and a wide range of outdoor activities make hotels in Dallas TX a bucket list Southwest destination. From AT&T stadium in Arlington, to Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden in East Dallas, to The Sixth Floor Museum in downtown, you’ll have no problem finding endless entertainment in one of the United States’ friendliest and most beautiful cities. Indeed, Dallas makes for an exciting adventure. Before we get to hotels in Dallas TX, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Dallas, with a population of around 1.4 million people, is Texas‘ third largest city. Located in The Lonestar State’s northeast, the city’s area was inhabited by the Caddo Nation prior to being claimed by Spanish colonists. Throughout history, Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederacy and the United States of America have all staked claims to the area, with the United States ultimately taking control. John Neely Bryan, a Presbyterian farmer, lawyer and tradesman, founded Dallas in 1841. The Republic of Texas was annexed by the United States in 1845, and on February 2, 1856, the city was formally incorporated as a city.

Dallas has a humid subtropical climate, experiencing average summer highs in the low-to-mid 90s degrees Fahrenheit, and average winter highs at around 60 degrees. Early-on, the city relied on farming, the cattle trade and its trade routes for sustenance. Thereafter, the city’s railways became important for the shipping of commodities such as cotton and oil. Telecommunications took over during the 1980s. Today, Dallas remains one of the most traveled places in the United States for business. Leisure can be had as well, with major points of interest including Downtown, Dallas Arts District, Old Red Museum, Meadows Museum, NorthPark Center, City Hall, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, Winspear Opera House, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, State Fair of Texas, Fair Park, Dallas Union Station, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, American Airlines Center, AT&T Stadium and Globe Life Field. Popular foods include the likes of chile con queso and chips, chicken-fried steak, Tex-Mex, Frito pie, pecan pie, barbecue and steak. Drinks include craft beer, specialty cocktails and whiskey. Interestingly, the frozen margarita was invented in Dallas circa 1971, and remains a thirst-quencher to this day. Ready and rarin’ to go, it’s time to get you to hotels in Dallas TX that might just knock your boots off.

 

 

 

The Ritz-Carlton

2121 McKinney Avenue

Hotels in Dallas TX

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Texas

The Ritz-Carlton features a free local shuttle, an outdoor pool, a gym, a spa, flat-screen TVs, work desks, free coffee and tea and a restaurant. You may find Fearing’s Restaurant, Ocean Prime (seafood restaurant), Flower Child (health food restaurant), Alton Lane Dallas (men’s clothing store), The Tipsy Alchemist (cocktail bar), Ascension Coffee, The Crescent Club, Shake Shack, Moxie’s (restaurant), Nobu Dallas (Japanese restaurant), Unrefined Bakery Uptown, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Doc B’s Restaurant + Bar, Starbucks, Roti Modern Mediterranean and more within range.

This location is 0.2 miles from Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Texas, 0.3 miles from Winspear Opera House and Dallas Museum of Art, 0.4 miles from Crow Collection of Asian Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas Mavericks Arena, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe and American Airlines Center, 0.6 miles from Dallas World Aquarium, 0.9 miles from Sixth Floor Museum, 3.5 miles from Mockingbird Station, 3.7 miles from Dallas Zoo, 4.9 miles from Preston Center and 4.5 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom king suite): $499

Cost per person (four people): $124

 

 

 

Kimpton

2551 Elm Street

Hotels in Dallas TX

Deep Ellum Bars Dallas

Kimpton offers modern décor set in a historic building, comfortable bedding, wrap-around windows, spacious rooms and an optional parking pass. Elm & Good (restaurant), Louie Louie’s Dueling Piano Bar, Armoury D.E. (cocktail bar), Dada Dallas (live music venue), Off the Record Craft Beer & Vinyl (bar), High & Tight Barbershop, Rocket Fizz Deep Ellum (candy store), Revolver Taco Lounge, Easy Slider (hamburger restaurant), Three Links Deep Ellum (bar), Sweet Bar Dallas, Glazed Donut Works, Merit Coffee Co., Twilite Lounge (bar), Anvil Pub (bar), Braindead Brewing (brewpub), Deep Sushi (sushi restaurant), Big Guys Chicken & Rice (gyro restaurant), Heart in Hand Gallery (tattoo and piercing shop), Deep Ellum Neon Sign (historical landmark), The Biscuit Bar (new American restaurant), Traveling Man Sculputure at Deep Ellum and more.

From here Deep Ellum Bars Dallas are 0.2 miles, Majestic Theater is 0.5 miles, AT&T Performing Arts Center is 0.6 miles, Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe is 0.7 miles, Winspear Opera House is 0.8 miles, Dallas World Aquarium is 1 mile, American Airlines Center is 1.4 miles, Meadows Museum is 3.7 miles and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is 16.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night: (one-bedroom suite): $316

Cost per person (four people): $79

 

 

 

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

2821 Turtle Creek Boulevard

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

Set in a beautifully restored historic mansion with an on-site restaurant, local transfer service, 42-inch flat-screen plasma TVs, stocked mini-bars, a modern restaurant, a cocktail bar and a fitness center, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is close to Texas de Brazil (steak house), Katy Trail Ice House (restaurant), Asel Art Supply, The Standard Pour (American restaurant), Two Corks and a Bottle (winery), Stoneleigh P (bar), Nick & Sam’s (steak house), Bread Winners Café & Bakery (restaurant), The Original Pancake House, MUTTS Canine Cantina (American restaurant), Hook Line & Sinker (seafood restaurant), West Village (shopping mall), Mi Cocina (Mexican restaurant), CRÚ Food & Wine Bar, Gloria’s Latin Cuisine (Salvadoran restaurant), Turtle Creek Park, Arlington Hall at Turtle Creek Park (event venue), Classic Pilates (pilates studio), Parigi Restaurant, Street’s Fine Chicken, Cosmic Cafe (vegetarian restaurant), Campuzano Mexican Food, Zaguan (Latin American restaurant), The Grapevine Bar (lounge), Sprezza (Roman restaurant), 18th & Vine (bbq restaurant), Liquid Zoo (karaoke bar), Reverchon Park, Sammons Center for the Arts, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament and more.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is 0.5 miles, Magnolia Theater is 0.7 miles, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Dallas Mavericks Arena, American Airlines Center and Medieval Times are 1 mile, Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center is 1.1 miles, Dallas Museum of Art is 1.2 miles, Gerald J. Ford Stadium is 2.7 miles, Preston Center is 4 miles and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is 15.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (suite with city view): $1,095

 

 

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The Adolphus

1321 Commerce Street

Hotels in Dallas TX

Majestic Theater Dallas

With on-site dining options, a rooftop pool, a rooftop pool bar, private car service, dark wood furnishings, French-inspired details, in-room movies, flat-screen TVs, city views, work desks, coffee-making facilities, a modern fitness center, a meeting space, two grand ballrooms and one junior ballroom, The Adolphus can be found near City Hall Bistro, Bread Zeppelin (salad shop), Clean Juice (juice shop), The Mitchell (cocktail bar), One Eyed Penguin (bar), The French Room (restaurant), Rise + Thyme (restaurant), Twisted Trompo (taco restaurant), Wing Bucket (chicken restaurant), Ravenna Italian Grille & Bar, The Globe (sculpture), Belo Garden (park) and more.

You may find Dallas City Hall and Majestic Theater Dallas 0.3 miles, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial, Fountain Place, Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas County Courthouse and Dallas Holocaust Museum 0.4 miles, Sixth Floor Museum, AT&T Performing Arts Center and Nasher Sculpture Center 0.5 miles, Highland Park Village 3.9 miles, Southern Methodist University 4.5 miles, TopGolf 6.9 miles, Zero Gravity Amusement Park 9.3 miles and Dallas Love Field Airport 5.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (executive double king suite): $343

Cost per person (four people): $343

 

 

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Four Seasons Resort

4150 North MacArthur Boulevard

Hotels in Dallas TX

Zero Gravity Amusement Park Dallas

Offering a spectacular 18-hole golf course, 3 swimming pools, children’s activities, luxurious furnishings, contemporary design, private balconies, a fitness center and a restaurant, Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is in the vicinity of OUTLAW Taproom (cocktail bar), Lobby Lounge (bar), Well & Being Spa, LAW (fine dining restaurant), Agave Pool & Bar, TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas (private golf course), Pure Salon (hair salon), Phenix Salon Suites (beauty salon), Via Real (fine dining restaurant), GNC, Midori Sushi, Tom Thumb (grocery store), Humphrey’s Salon (hair salon), Las Colinas Plaza (shopping mall), Cottonwood Valley Golf Course (private golf course) and more.

Texas Stadium is 2.9 miles, Lake Carolyn is 3 miles, Zero Gravity Amusement Park Dallas is 3.7 miles, Bear Creek Golf Club is 5.8 miles, International Wildlife Park is 6.9 miles, Riverside Golf Club is 7 miles, Frontiers of Flight Museum is 7.3 miles, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is 7.7 miles, Great Wolf Lodge Dallas is 8.1 miles, Cowboys Golf Club is 8.4 miles, Legoland Discovery Center Dallas Fort Worth is 8.7 miles, Six Flags Over Texas is 10.1 miles, Dallas World Aquarium is 10.5 miles and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is 5.4 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night: (villa suite): $1,087

Cost per person (four people): $271

 

 

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Omni Dallas Hotel

555 South Lamar Street

Hotels in Dallas TX

The Holocaust Museum Dallas

Omni Dallas Hotel features an onsite fitness center, a heated infinity pool, TVs, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, dry cleaning and laundry services, a business center and meeting/banquet facilities. Nearby you may encounter Bob’s Steak & Chop House, Texas Spice (American restaurant), Pegasus Red Flying Horse (landmark), Bullion (restaurant), Cindi’s NY Deli & Restaurant, Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas and more.

This location is 0.2 miles from John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial and Dallas County Courthouse, 0.3 miles from Reunion Tower Lookout and Dallas City Hall, 0.4 miles from The Holocaust Museum Dallas and Sixth Floor Museum, 0.5 miles from Dallas World Aquarium, 0.6 miles from Fountain Place, 0.7 miles from Majestic Theater and American Museum of the Miniature Arts, 0.9 miles from AT&T Performing Arts Center, 1.1 miles from American Airlines Center, 4.4 miles from Gerald J. Ford Stadium, 6 miles from Preston Center, 7.2 miles from TopGolf and 16.2 miles from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (premier queen room): $408

Cost per person (five people): $82

 

 

 

Hyatt Regency Dallas

300 Reunion Boulevard

Hotels in Dallas TX

Sixth Floor Museum Dealey Plaza Dallas

Hyatt Regency Dallas offers underground DART transit access, on-site dining, iPod docks, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, work desks, safes, hairdryers, a 24-hour fitness center, a seasonal outdoor splash pool and a weekend shuttle to downtown Dallas. It’s close to Omni Dallas Hotel and Sixth Floor Museum Dealey Plaza Dallas.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $540

Cost per person (four people): $135

 

 

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The Guild Uptown

2500 McKinney Ave

Hotels in Dallas TX

Winspear Opera House Theater

Featuring free WiFi, a garden with an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness room, private parking, flat-screen TVs, fully-equipped kitchens, hairdryers, a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge, a business center, laundry service, a grill and a terrace, The Guild Uptown is situated close to Whole Foods Market, Lovely Bride (bridal shop), Fount Board & Table (cafe), Fogo de Chão (Brazilian restaurant), Blackfriar Pub (bar), Circo TX (Italian restaurant), Pilates Methodology (Pilates studio), Morton’s The Steakhouse, Shake Shack, East Hampton Sandwich Co., Ascension Coffee, Moxie’s Grill & Bar, The Capital Grille, Truluck’s (seafood restaurant), Crab House Seafood & Oyster Bar, Sixty Vines (restaurant), Coal Vines (Italian restaurant), Uchi Dallas (Japanese restaurant), On Consignment (consignment shop), Tru Salon (beauty salon), Blue Print Gallery (art gallery), Afterimage Gallery, Travis Salon Uptown (hair salon) and more.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is 0.2 miles, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is 0.3 miles, Winspear Opera House Theater and Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center are 0.4 miles, Dallas Museum of Art, Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe, Crow Collection of Asian Art and Nasher Sculpture Center are 0.5 miles, AT&T Performing Arts Center, American Airlines Center and Dallas Mavericks Arena are 0.6 miles, Dallas World Aquarium is 0.9 miles, Sixth Floor Museum is 1.1 miles, Mockingbird Station is 3.3 miles, Dallas Zoo is 4 miles and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is 15.6 miles from this condo hotel.

Approximate cost per night (triple room): $409

Cost per person (eight people): $52

 

 

 

Mid Elm Lofts

Main Street District

Hotels in Dallas TX

AT&T Performing Arts Center Dallas

Mid Elm Lofts provides city views, balconies, kettles, fully-equipped kitchens and flat-screen TVs. You may find The Woolworth (American restaurant), Giant Eyeball (tourist attraction), St. Jude Chapel (Catholic church), F45 Training Dallas Main Street (gym), Dallas Fish Market (seafood restaurant), Chop House Burger (hamburger restaurant), Fluellen Cupcakes (bakery), Weekend Coffee, One Eyed Penguin (bar), The French Room (French restaurant), City Hall Bistro and more are all within range.

This property is 0.2 miles from Majestic Theater, 0.3 miles from Fountain Place, 0.4 miles from Dallas City Hall, Dallas World Aquarium and AT&T Performing Arts Center, 0.5 miles from John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial, Nasher Sculpture Center, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Holocaust Museum and Sixth Floor Museum, 0.9 miles from American Airlines Center, 4 miles from Gerald J. Ford Stadium and Meadows Museum, 6.8 miles from TopGolf and 16.2 miles from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (studio apartment): $137

Cost per person (four people): $35

 

 

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The Guild Victory Park

3111 North Houston St

Hotels in Dallas TX

American Museum of the Miniature Arts

With an outdoor swimming pool, private parking, a fitness center, a shared lounge, a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, a business center, concierge service, luggage storage, electric tea pots, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, seating areas and a grill, The Guild Victory Park is close to The Tipsy Alchemist (lounge), Ocean Prime (seafood restaurant), Magnolias Sous Le Pont (coffee shop), The Old Recess Club (bar), Dolce Riviera (Italian restaurant), Uchi Dallas (Japanese restaurant), The Grove at Harwood (cocktail bar), Beaux Arts Gallery, Wheelhouse (gastropub), Haas Moto Museum & Sculpture Gallery, Pie Tap Pizza Workshop + Bar (pizza restaurant), Town Hearth (steak house), Christopher Martin Gallery (art gallery), The Hall on Dragon (event venue), The Barre Code Dallas (gym), Barry Whistler Gallery (art gallery), Community Beer Company (brewery) and more.

From this hotel American Airlines Center is 0.1 miles, Perot Museum of Nature and Science and The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture are 0.5 miles, American Museum of the Miniature Arts and Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas are 0.6 miles, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Crow Collection of Asian Art and Fountain Place are 0.7 miles, Dallas World Aquarium is 0.7 miles, AT&T Performing Arts Center is 0.8 miles, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial is 1 mile, Meadows Museum and Gerald J. Ford Stadium are 3.5 miles, Dallas Zoo and Mockingbird Station are 3.7 miles and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is 15.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (double room): $272

Cost per person (six people): $45

 

 

 

North Harwood Street Penthouse

2225 North Harwood Street

Crow Collection Asian Art Dallas

North Harwood Street Penthouse has a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a shared lounge, a balcony, free private parking, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio with pool views, a grill and a sun terrace. CYCLEBAR (indoor cycling), Drybar Dallas Uptown (hair salon), Mixt (salad shop), Starbucks, Kotta Sushi Lounge (Japanese restaurant), TacoLingo (Tex-Mex restaurant), The Henry (new American restaurant), Tom Thumb (grocery store), Taqueria La Ventana (Mexican restaurant), Meso Maya Comida y Copas (Mexican restaurant), Klyde Warren Park and more are in the area.

You’ll find Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas 0.2 miles, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Mavericks Arena, Crow Collection Asian Art Dallas and American Airlines Center 0.3 miles, Winspear Opera House and Fountain Place 0.4 miles, AT&T Performing Arts Center and Dallas World Aquarium 0.5 miles, Mockingbird Station 3.6 miles, Preston Center 5 miles and Dallas Love Field Airport 4.5 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $181

Cost per person (four people): $45

 

 

 

 

Well there they are, hotels in Dallas TX that are sure to help provide for an unforgettable experience. We hope you have found great value in this information and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Texas!

18 Replies to “Hotels in Dallas TX”

  1. Thanks a lot for such an amazing review about Hotels in Dallas TX and explanations are given.

    I have been planning for a long time to go to Dallas TX and I wish this much. I have searched many hotels on the internet, but this article showed me the most beautiful hotels. I’m starting to love Dallas TX even more and I can’t wait to visit this city.

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    1. Razvanllie glad to be of help in your search for hotels in Dallas TX and to hear that you’ve been planning to go for a long time. It’s a great city!

  2. Hi! We’re going to Dallas for 4 days on March. It’s low season so we hope to find some good deals. We’re traveling 8 together, all family members. I know Dallas is difficult concerning hotels when family traveling. Checking the options you have here, liked Hyatt Regency Dallas, I’ll check it out! I had to search a bit before I found a good post on lodging for Dallas as this. I wanted to leave a comment expressing I’m grateful!

  3. It’s a good thing you gave some background information about Dallas. Though I know of little, but it gave me quite some insight about the area and how it came to be. This is awesome. The hotels listed are really impressive especially that it involves group travelling as that’s something difficult in Dallas. 

    Though may not be travelling to Dallas anytime soon, but I know of some groups that do. They’re five in numbers, and I’m glad that they’re two hotels listed that they can choose from. I’ll refer them here.

  4. I feel so glad to have found this guide. Over the past few days, it has typically proven difficult to get a definitive guide that can help me get a better scope of the city of Dallas, Texas. I have to say, the options here are so charming. The Hyatt regency is definitely the ideal choice. Thanks 

  5. Nice work!I haven’t be to Dallas TX but I have visited neome major places in USA and I must tell you USA is a very nice place to visit.Over time one of the problem that many people have had on vacation is the usual inappropriate accommodation arrangements and this article really give one a good range of hotels to choose from I would definitely make us of this when I  travel there.

    1. Feji glad to hear that you find the USA a nice place to visit. Hopefully you will get a chance to see Dallas TX really soon!

  6. Dallas sounds like a great place to visit during the winter. The Hyatt Regency Rooms
    look like they would make the perfect home away from home. So spacious and
    inviting. The view from the windows over Dallas is stunning.

    When I travel I like to eat some meals at the hotel. A full-size kitchen would surely
    make the stay enjoyable. Even the Dallas World Aquarium studio apartment looks
    stunning and so affordable.

    You made it easy to find the luxury hotels in Dallas and having the photos all on one site made it
    is easy to research.

    Which hotel do you like the best?

  7. Wow😍! I find this review helpful as a tourist though I’ve not been able to visit Dallas, Texas but I’ve heard wonderful gists about that city though getting an hotel as a first timer is a little bit difficult. For me, with these informations youve shared about hotels in Dallas Texas it will be easy to get accommodation when visiting that city. 

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Evagreene thanks for the comments and glad to see that you like these hotels in Dallas TX as any of them will make for a perfect first visit

  8. Dallas TX would be an amazing city that I would love to visit. Well, I know getting an hotel with a good reputation and of course one that is affordable would not be an easy task considering the fact that it’ll be my first time. However, you have made the whole process easier with these recommendations and they’re very much affordable especially for group traveling. I love the fact that they’ve free WiFi and the features of these hotels are truly appealing and meet my requirements.

    1. MrBiizy Dallas TX would be an amazing city for you as a first timer. Thank you for the comments and yes they definitely will have free WiFi!

  9. I have friends in Dallas and I have wanted to visit it for a long time. I plan on staying with my friend for a few days, but the rest of the time I’d like to be more central and a little bit more independent! Omni Dallas Hotel looks and sounds amazing, it’s near all the things I want to be near and looks beautiful and modern! Just up my street!

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