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In a ritzy city like Dallas, you can imagine that luxury hotel options are aplenty. Depending what you're in town for — be it business or pleasure — some locations may be better than others. Whether you're heading to the Big D for the PGA's HP Byron Nelson Championship or you're looking for a golf getaway, book a room at Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star resort is about 15 minutes from downtown, and is stocked with all the amenities you could want in a golf resort: pools, two championship golf courses (one of which hosts the HP Byron Nelson Championship), a fantastic fitness center and a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa.
But perhaps you'd prefer to be a little closer to all that Dallas has to offer. If that's the case, head to the yuppie Uptown neighborhood, where you'll find The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas and Hôtel St. Germain. The Ritz is a great place to stay if you're in town for business or pampering. You can head down to the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, Fearing's, for lunch that will no doubt seal the deal — thanks to Forbes Travel Guide Tastemaker Dean Fearing's twist on Southwestern cuisine; or if you want to relax, book a treatment at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa. Hôtel St. Germain is great for a romantic retreat thanks to its classic French décor and eponymous restaurant.
Just down the street from both Uptown hotels sits Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is a favorite among locals and longtime Dallas visitors. It's both historic and modern, and you simply can't miss dinner at its accompanying Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant.
Dallas is an upbeat city that's thriving with business, sports and entertainment. Whether you’re traveling to Dallas for business or pleasure, if you're looking to stay in a crème-de-la-crème hotel, look no further for the best of the crop.
Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, located along the McKinney Avenue Trolley Line, adds an extra bit of luxury to your stay in Uptown — and there are plenty of upscale places to eat, drink and shop nearby. Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is another Four-Star gem. Its 400 acres of rolling hills is an outdoor lover's paradise, but Dallas' museums, shopping and arts scene are still only minutes away. The Omni Mandalay Hotel — also located in Las Colinas — is a unique, upscale option inspired by the Burmese city of Mandalay. Four-Star Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is a Dallas icon that ups its already considerable charm with The Mansoin Restaurant. And a personal favorite of mine is the W Hotel Dallas. Located right in the heart of downtown and directly across from the American Airlines Center, the W is posh, luxurious and welcoming to all guests.