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The Adolphus Hotel
Historic Luxury in Downtown Dallas
92% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe King or Two Double Room ($109)
• Or, a One-Night Stay for Two in an Executive King or Executive Two Queen Room ($139)
• Valet Parking
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Three Nights
Dallas's glitzy skyline has been a beacon of style since the city's oil-fueled beginnings in the mid-nineteenth century. Today, the shimmering metropolis is full of opportunities for you and your sweetheart to indulge in its swoon-worthy boutiques and dreamy dining spots. Here, subterranean cowboy bars give way to skyscraper bistros, and art studios take root in ultra-mod Dragon Street warehouses. True to its Texas pedigree, in Dallas, everything runs big—including romance.
Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, The Adolphus Hotel sits along the same route that President Kennedy's motorcade took on that fateful day in 1963. Built a century ago by beer baron Adolphus Busch, the sumptuously decorated hotel is all Gilded Age glamour. With its glittering chandeliers, intricately carved Steinway piano, and stunning flower arrangements, it's no wonder the hotel has attracted an enviable collection of Hollywood royalty and British nobility. Tastefully appointed with marble bathrooms, and boasting spacious sitting and dining areas, each room is done up with the flair of an English country manor.
Begin your exploration of Dallas by heading to Dealey Plaza, where The Sixth Floor Museum gives visitors access to a replica of Lee Harvey Oswald's sniper's perch, before experience the Big D's lighter side at the flagship location of luxe department store Neiman Marcus. Then, load up on artistic culture at the Nasher Sculpture Center, where you can stroll through rooms of Picasso bronzes and colorful Frank Stella abstracts.
Come mealtime, melt into the cushy velvet chairs of The French Room, the hotel's on-site restaurant hailed by Travel + Leisure as one of the world's top 25 dining experiences, and one of the country's highest-rated restaurant in Zagat. Indulge in a tasting menu filled with dishes like foie gras with brioche and peach jam, Copper River salmon with lobster-potato gratin, or a rack of lamb with blue cheese-and-onion jam. Then, finish things off with one of the pastry chef's artistically crafted soufflés—a dessert good enough to go down in history.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON October 24, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 26, 2013