The mansion’s history as a social hub (with guests like Franklin D. Roosevelt and Tennessee Williams)
An award-winning restaurant, Mansion, serving contemporary American cuisine with a French twist
The outdoor swimming pool and whirlpool, with poolside snacks and beverages served in summer
What To Know
Pets are allowed, but there’s a $100 fee per stay
There’s no dedicated spa, but a range of massages and facials are available
This is a popular spot for weddings and corporate functions
Parking on site
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Gilded Age manse turned luxe Texan hotel with an award-winning restaurant and a pretty outdoor pool
The property was originally built to evoke high European style after its owner, a cotton baron, took a Grand Tour of the continent. An elegant mashup of Palladian arches and Moorish domes, the mansion has been restored to its original glory, with hand-carved fireplaces, marble floors, and a vibe that makes it a big hit with bridal parties, honeymooners, and other romance-seekers. The award-winning restaurant, Mansion, is considered one of the city’s finest, and the Mansion Bar is another standout.
In the Area
Catch a performance at the futuristic Norman Foster-designed AT&T Center, spread across 10 acres in the downtown Dallas Arts District and encompassing the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Annette Strauss Square and Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park. Alternately, take a trip back in time at the Majestic Theater, an Art Deco gem once famous for its vaudeville acts that today plays hosts to a wide range of performing artists.