- #1View all PhotosDallas, TX#1 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (833)Free WiFiRead MoreRosewood Hotels & Resorts' flagship property sits north of the vibrant Dallas Arts District, providing the tranquility needed for a good night's sleep alongside the convenience of a relatively central location. Oil heiress Caroline Rose Hunt turned this mansion of a former cotton mogul into a hotel in 1981. Now, the property envelopes guests in elegant decor, with guest rooms sporting French doors opening up onto private balconies. (Meanwhile, the RoseBuds for Children program will ensure that your little one has everything he or she needs for a peaceful night, including kid-friendly bath products and a crib, if necessary.) When you're not admiring your digs, take advantage of the hotel's temperature-controlled outdoor pool and deck or head to one of the nearby parks for a little fresh air. And to satisfy your taste buds, executive chef Sebastien Archambault cooks up new American cuisine with French influences at The Mansion Restaurant. This five-star hotel gets rave reviews, with many recent guests saying the staff go above and beyond to anticipate guests needs. However, there are still some naysayers who – despite the hotel's recent renovations – claim there's room for design improvements.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- #2View all PhotosIrving, TX#2 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (1739)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreLocated 13 miles northwest of Dallas, the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is quite a mouthful. But it's also quite a hotel. Surrounded by 400 acres of rolling Texas hills, this expansive Four Seasons property is home to a spa, an 18-hole golf course and several restaurants and lounges. And that's on top of the 431 guest rooms, which visitors describe as spacious and comfortable with plush bedding and marble bathrooms that include soaking tubs. Travelers also say that there's no shortage of things to do at this resort, from practicing your tennis swing to lounging by one of the four pools. However, if you plan on doing any sightseeing in Dallas or Fort Worth, you might want to pick a hotel closer in – it can take quite a bit of time in heavy traffic to travel between Irving and Dallas.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- #3View all PhotosDallas, TX#3 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (945)Read MoreLocated near the Museum of Art, the Dallas edition of the luxurious Ritz-Carlton brand goes beyond just offering many of the amenities you'd expect from a five-star hotel. For instance, this hotel boasts not just a pool, but a saline-treated rooftop pool; and not just facials and massages, but a 12,000-square-foot spa. But guests say that the rooms alone are worth The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas' high price tag. Spacious and elegant, these high-end digs come equipped with 400-thread-count linens and iPod docking stations, not to mention HD televisions and fully stocked minibars. If peanuts and cookies won't tide you over, make reservations at Fearing's Restaurant; previous visitors said that the eatery deserves its numerous accolades thanks to its gourmet American cuisine. But while most recent guests were satisified, a few say the service wasn't up to par for a Ritz property. Because of The Ritz-Carlton's affiliation with Marriott, member's of the company's loyalty program can trade in their rewards points for extra perks.5.0-star Hotel Class
- #4View all PhotosDallas, TX#4 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (1329)Free WiFiRead MoreLocated just outside the city center, the boutique Hotel ZaZa Dallas lures style-minded guests with its Poolside at ZaZa (a hot spot often frequented by Hollywood A-listers when they're in town) and its Concept Suites that feature themed decor. Even if you opt for a regular room, you'll find yourself staying in the presence of one-of-a-kind artwork and Mediterranean-inspired decorative accents (as well as 42-inch flat-screen TVs and minibars). Most guests love the furnishings, the service and the restaurant, though Hotel ZaZa Dallas' quirky style isn't for everyone. When you're not snoozing or lounging by the pool, you can pamper yourself with a massage or work up a sweat at the ZaSpa Dallas, or treat your taste buds to a variety of innovative flavors at Dragonfly.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- #5View all PhotosDallas, TX#5 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (1212)Free WiFiRead MoreSome hotels aim for historical luxury, while others lean more toward contemporary-chic. The Joule does both, combining antique accents (check out the massive mechanical wheel in the lobby) with multicolored lighting and modern art. Recent guests say they were beyond impressed with the decor, as well as the numerous amenities, including a library and several shops. The Joule's stunning infinity pool is also worth a look: Its daring rooftop design earned it a spot on our list of the Prettiest Hotel Pools. And when dinnertime rolls around, grab some contemporary Texas fare at CBD Provisions. The hotel's location isn't bad, either; rooms look out over Main Street in the heart of Dallas' historic district.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- #6View all PhotosDallas, TX#6 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (691)Free WiFiRead MoreThe Hotel Crescent Court provides an eclectic setting in the heart of Dallas' trendy Uptown district. Guests love the Hotel Crescent Court's opulence, though travelers feel that the property would benefit from some renovation efforts. Everything at this central Dallas property – from the paintings on the walls to the guest rooms – feels oversized. Families particularly appreciate the extra-large rooms and give kudos to the hotel's attentive staff. Parents can unwind at the spa or partake in a delightful afternoon tea: The property offers babysitting services as part of its kids program. Meanwhile, gourmands will enjoy dining at Nobu, which serves up an eclectic array of Japanese food. For lunch, grab a table at the The Conservatory and follow it up with a classy cocktail at Beau's.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- #7View all PhotosDallas, TX#7 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (2883)Read MoreEveryone from Babe Ruth to Queen Elizabeth II has spent the night at The Adolphus, which was opened by beer tycoon Adolphus Busch in 1912. Close to the Neiman Marcus flagship store in Dallas' historic district, this hotel exudes elegance and charm and appeals to those looking for an old-timey yet still luxurious stay. The decor in the guest rooms is reminiscent of an English country estate, yet features flat-screen TVs, pillow-top mattresses and wet bars. However, the hotel's old-fashioned style doesn't sit well with every traveler: Some guests say The Adolphus feels a little shabby (and not in a chic way). But most visitors agree that the food served at The French Room restaurant is worth the rather high price tag, with some diners even saying that it's some of the best cuisine in the city. Plus, members of the Marriott Bonvoy program can earn and use points here.
- #8View all PhotosFort Worth, TX#8 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (4373)Read MoreThough it may not look like it from the outside, the Omni Fort Worth Hotel embraces its cowtown setting: Guest rooms are decked out in brown and red hues and sport decorative "saddle-style" blankets and colorful photos of the state's beloved longhorns. (However, some recent guests complain that the rooms were too small for the fairly high price.) Common areas, like Bob's Steak & Chop House, the Cast Iron Restaurant and the Whiskey & Rye bar feature sultry leather and wood furnishings. Previous visitors rave about the food served here, praising Cast Iron's breakfast buffet for its variety and Whiskey & Rye for its wide selection of drinks. This member of the Omni hotel family is within a couple of miles of some of Fort Worth's most popular attractions, but should you prefer to stick around the property, you'll find a heated outdoor pool and a full-service spa. What's more, members of the Omni Select Guest loyalty program can easily use their points for perks.
- #9View all PhotosDallas, TX#9 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (8028)Read MoreLocated in Dallas' Historic District – less than a mile from the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza – the Omni Dallas Hotel makes a great home base for exploring the city. Plus, with the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center just a short walk away via the Omni's sky bridge, this hotel caters to business travelers as well. While some feel that the customer service has room for improvement, guests rave about the Omni's trendy room decor, with bright artwork offsetting the rooms' otherwise neutral tones. Request a room on the upper floors to take advantage of the views, or check out the skyline from the rooftop infinity pool. If you're in need of some R&R after a full day of business or leisure, head to the in-house Mokara Salon & Spa for a massage. And if you're looking to score a free night or some discounts, consider joining the Omni Select Guest loyalty program.
- #10View all PhotosDallas, TX#10 in Best Hotels in Dallas – Fort WorthTripAdvisor (600)Free WiFiRead MoreNew to the Hilton brand, The Highland Dallas is the first hotel in Hilton's boutique Curio Collection and aims at adding sleek personality to the hotel. So far, recent guests haven't been disappointed with the swanky digs or the customer service, saying staff goes out of their way to meet their needs (including those of your four-legged friends). Pooches aren't the only ones pampered at this property, however: Treat yourself to a massage or yoga class at the Exhale Spa before spending a lazy afternoon by the infinity pool and an evening at the popular Knife restaurant. When it's time to sleep, you'll find Italian Frette linens and 32-inch flat-screen TVs in your room. And while these features – combined with a great seat near the southeast corner of Southern Methodist University's campus – surely capture guests' attention, most visitors say that it's the warm, welcoming staff that make their stays memorable. Members of the Hilton Honors loyalty program may use their existing points for perks like free room upgrades.Free WiFi