Stayed at other 4/5 star hotels in Dallas. I tend to come back to the Adolphus.
4 Seasons too far in Las Colinas, ZaZa silly trendy, Cresent and Mansion tired and old rooms, and W and Ritz are just ok.
Adolphus is a classic. French restaurant excellent! Rooms are quirky shapes but large and comfortable - old hotels have odd shaped rooms but this works and makes each unique.
Staff is attentive and really want to do a good job - when is the last time you can say that at a trendy hotel?
Overall, I was surprised by the hotel. It has re-invented itself as a larger luxury boutique hotel with a great location.
Have gone back and will again. Good luck to them.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recognized for more than a century as the iconic address for Dallas hospitality, The Adolphus inspires each guest's journey by offering vibrant and storied surroundings and locally celebrated amenities, all crafted and delivered with intuitive, memorable service. Today, the original address for timeless Dallas refinement re-emerges as a smart, urban destination for a new century of hospitality, promising every guest a warm and extraordinary experience. The 407 spacious guest rooms and suites all have king-size beds. Among the new amenities: a brand new rooftop pool and executive fitness center. Travel + Leisure readers voted The Adolphus one of the top 10 large city hotels in the Continental U.S. and Canada. ... more less
- Reservation Options:
- TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Expedia, Hotels.com, Booking.com, Orbitz, Priceline, Cancelon, Cheap Tickets, TripOnline SA, Marriott, Travelocity, Odigeo and Jetsetter so you can book your The Adolphus reservations with confidence. We help millions of travelers each month to find the perfect hotel for both vacation and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.