Sporty types will be in heaven, with an 18-hole championship golf course plus indoor and outdoor tennis facilities on the grounds
Five restaurants and lounges, including the acclaimed New American-style Café on the Green
A full service, European-style spa with its own café and pool
As with all Four Seasons properties, families are made particularly welcome
What To Know
The scale of the resort, with 431 rooms and expansive sport facilities, might be off-putting to those seeking more intimate digs
There’s a charge for WiFi
Reservations are recommended for the spa and restaurants, as they’re also open to outside guests
Parking on site
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With the feel of a discreet private club, this swanky golf-centered resort is a destination in its own right
With 431 rooms, an 18-hole championship golf course, five restaurants, vast fitness facilities and four pools, this resort subscribes to the idea that bigger is better. (Well this is Texas, after all.) The property has the feel of a country club and features the kind of plush, discreetly luxurious surroundings you’d expect from a Four Seasons. The top-ranked tennis courts–eight of them–and tennis clinics are a big draw, as is the award-winning TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas golf course, that includes access to PGA-certified instructors, putting and chipping green, driving range, and private instruction.
In the Area
On the off chance the kids get tired of the four swimming pools and kid’s club–which includes everything from arts and crafts and sports instruction in golf, tennis, and swimming–give them extra thrills at the nearby Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park, with rides like the “Texas Blastoff,” a rocket that travels at 70mph. Alternately, settle for more gentle pleasures at Dallas’s Highland Park Soda Fountain, a 100 year-old institution serving up frothy shakes and malts in a retro-fabulous setting. And while in Texas, it would be a shame not to get your country on at an entertainment palace like Fort Worth’s Billy Bob’s, the world’s largest honky tonk bar.