A full-service Dallas Arts District hotel
Opened in 1969, Fairmont Dallas’ twin towers give a gentle nod to contemporary architecture with their heavily geometric design. Originally intended to be a high-rise residence property named Carey Plaza, construction was stalled before Fairmont Hotels stepped in to complete the project and christen it one of Dallas’ most upscale hotels. The Fairmont is often called the Arts District hotel for its prime location — walking distance from the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Many of the highlights of Downtown and Uptown Dallas are within close proximity of the hotel.
The space consists of 24 stories and 542 newly renovated guest rooms and suites. The lobby maintains an air of gilded elegance with marble floors and columns throughout the sweeping entrance. The door to each guest room is tastefully inlaid with dark haircalf and nailhead trim. Rooms are comfortably appointed with modern amenities, including an iHome docking station, flat-screen HDTVs and a Bose music system. The transitional furnishings are refined while the pop art on the walls adds a fun touch. The Fairmont Gold experience offers accommodations that are even more luxurious and spacious. It includes personal touches like a dedicated Fairmont Gold Manager, private check-in and check-out, personalized wake-up calls and access to a lounge exclusive to Gold guests serving continental breakfast and afternoon canapés.
Other features include a fitness center, an onsite Starbucks, a beautiful outdoor pool and garden. For a dining experience that has been a city favorite for decades, visit the Pyramid Restaurant & Bar. The menu incorporates ingredients grown fresh from the hotel’s rooftop garden and a selection of signature entrees such as the Niman Ranch ribeye grilled with red wine butter, chive mashed potatoes, roasted mushrooms and glazed carrots.