The Adolphus, a baroque masterpiece, has been a legend among Dallas historic hotels since 1912, when St. Louis beer baron Adolphus Busch was approached by city founders to erect a luxury palace worthy of the Lone Star State. Style, elegance and grandeur came together in 21 stories of historic beaux arts splendor that critics named "the most beautiful building west of Venice."
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Irving, United States
Nestled into 400 acres of rolling, North Texas hills, convenient to every attraction from museums, shopping and theatre to Cowboys football, Four Seasons appears year after year on experts' lists -- of the finest golf resorts,... more >>
Dallas, United States
Once the palatial home of a Texas cotton magnate, The Mansion on Turtle Creek, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts' flagship property, has received such honors as the top U.S. hotel by Zagat and the top hotel for service in the world and... more >>
Frisco, United States
Reminiscent of a Texas estate house, The Westin Stonebriar Resort offers a rejuvenating haven away from the rigors of travel. Located in the North Dallas suburb of Frisco, the Westin combines native Texas design elements such as... more >>