King Tut is back. The global tour of Tutankhamun's golden artifacts has returned to the U.S. and will be in Dallas until May 17, 2009. Since Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered the tomb of the boy Pharaoh in 1922, the artifacts have captivated the world. Now's your chance to see the 3,000-year-old treasures from the Golden Age of the Pharaohs, an amazing exhibition that first left the Cairo Museum three decades ago to dazzle millions of visitors worldwide. Just one block from the Dallas Museum of Art (Tut's home in North Texas), the legendary Fairmont Dallas
wants you to get the most out of your King Tut experience. Leave it to the only hotel in the Dallas Arts District to put together some special packages so you can get a sense of life as a Pharaoh. Starting at $249 per night, the "Spend the Night with Tut
" package includes a luxurious stay in a newly-redecorated Fairmont Room, 2 VIP Tickets to King Tut valid for any date/time (including sold out dates), expedited access line at the Exhibition, and complimentary overnight valet parking. Choose the "Dine with Tut
" package and you'll also get a gourmet dinner thrown in-- for two in the elegant, four-star Pyramid Room.