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What We Love

  • 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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Golf Course
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

With the feel of a discreet private club, this swanky golf-centered resort is a destination in its own right

The Lowdown

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.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Dallas
4150 N Macarthur Blvd
Irving, TX 75038 United States

Reviews

Four Seasons - Las Colinas is the hotel to stay at in Dallas
Trek23723129502

I cant say enough about this hotel. Staff is helpful, very friendly, and seem very genuine. The rooms are very nice, comfortable beds and superb bathroom (the shower alone is worth the visit!). Grounds are impeccable with everything you could possibly want. I was there for a business conference but will be coming back for a personal visit next time with my wife especially after showing her pictures of the spa and swimming pool areas!

One of the Best Four Seasons Properties
Robert R R

I have stayed at this property 3-5 times per year for the past 12 or so years. Their staff and room consistency is remarkable although their prices for food and golf are quite high. Airport distance is reasonably short (15 min+/-) and the grounds and pool are beautiful.

Nice resort if you golf or like the pool
denverista

Accompanied my spouse to a professional conference. Top-notch property, with a friendly staff, clean and quiet rooms. The bar is fun and I liked the bartenders. The gym is exceptionally well equipped and offers cold towels and cold drinks. My only problem was figuring out what to do, since I don't golf and I can only sit by the pool for so long. You can't really walk very far on the property, and the immediate surroundings are suburban office park. There is supposed to be an amazing luxury shopping mall in Plano, but the hotel does not have a shuttle and an Uber cost $25 each way, so didn't do that because the cost would have cut into my luxury shopping. Felt kind of stuck there. But it's a very nice place to be stuck in.