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There are several things that set Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek apart from other hotels in the luxury Dallas hospitality scene. And, we've found that when you are planning a trip to a new city, it is always helpful to know what to expect — after all, no one likes waltzing into a lobby with an idea that its going to be modern, only to find that the entire hotel is decked out in Old English décor. With that in mind, here are five things you should know about this luxury Dallas hotel.
1. Elegantly traditional décor: As one of the most iconic hotels in Dallas, it’s only natural that the décor be traditional. While the rooms are chic and luxurious, the loveseat in your room resembles that of a 1920s mansion. And even though the hotel is extremely comfortable, you may get the feeling that you’ll be scolded if you spill something.
2. Complimentary house car: Complimentary sedan service is offered within a five-mile radius of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, meaning you can be dropped off and picked up practically anywhere you need to go without fiddling with maps or fueling up the rental car.
3. The Mansion Restaurant: You’ll want to make reservations at The Mansion Restaurant, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant housed within this luxury Dallas hotel. With a delightful seasonal tasting menu as well as à la carte options, a dinner at the Mansion is a decadent indulgence. If you’re looking for a light bite, order up the signature Mansion tortilla soup.
4. Spa services: Though there aren’t many treatments offered at this hotel, the health and fitness studio does offer massages and facials. If you’ve had a particularly long day, let your worries melt away with a traditional Swedish massage. The treatment rooms are located in the hotel’s gym; while you're there, take a few minutes to enjoy the steam room and sauna.
5. Location: Tucked away in one of the ritziest Dallas neighborhoods, this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel boasts a fantastic location. Just minutes from one of the city's airports, Dallas Love Field, Southern Methodist University, downtown and the yuppie-filled Uptown area, you’re right in the heart of Big D. You are also just a short drive from some of the city’s main attractions such as Fair Park (home of the Cotton Bowl), Reunion Tower, Sixth Floor Museum and the arts district.