Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Dallas' icon of unfussy opulence
Situated in the leafy residential area of Turtle Creek, with instant access to Dallas, the lovely Mansion on Turtle Creek retains the ambiance of a distinguished residence. It’s elegant — but unfussy— and exquisitely epitomizes the city’s sense of style.

The lauded Mansion restaurant, set in the former home of cotton and oil magnate Sheppard King, features a low-lit wood-paneled bar with live jazz three nights a week.

The property’s renovation, which will be completed this spring, draws inspiration from the Mansion’s rich history and heritage – the property was built in 1925 and boasts original architecture and meticulously restored features influenced by 16th century renaissance Italy – while simultaneously incorporating modern amenities and contemporary style.

Following the introduction of a new pool and event lawn in 2018, the new accommodations and guest lobby are the latest elements of the property’s multi-year renovation and reinforce the hotel as one of the most adored addresses in Dallas.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Every time we pull into the driveway, the stunning architecture continues to take our breath away. From its signature awnings to its 32-foot-high marble rotunda, physically, the Mansion is spectacular.
  • 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.
  • Upon arrival, guests are welcomed into a newly designed, bright and airy entry rotunda that brings the hotel’s pristine and verdant Turtle Creek setting into its interior.
  • Complimentary sedan service is offered within a five-mile radius of the Recommended 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.
  • 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.
  • Tucked away in one of the ritziest Dallas neighborhoods, this Recommended 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.
Things to Know
  • You’ll want to make reservations at The Mansion Restaurant, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star eatery housed within this luxury Dallas hotel.
  • Though there aren’t many treatments offered at this hotel, the health and fitness studio does offer massages.
  • The Dallas hotel features classic décor, offering a comfortable and homey feel. But if you’re looking for a chic, modern stay, this isn’t the place for you.
The Rooms
  • Situated across the hotel’s nine floors, 142 new, expertly appointed accommodations span from 450 to 2,650 square feet. These units have a calm color palette of purples, greens, terra cotta or blues mixed with cream and beige tones to conjure an inviting environment, while sophisticated custom furnishings, textiles and art produce a look that is truly timeless.

  • Exceptional craftmanship is showcased through intrinsically residential design details, including mahogany wood paneling, white-washed oak flooring and mirror-paneled double doors.
  • If you are looking to pamper yourself with the luxury of a suite at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, you have five options: Manor, Estate, Mansion, Turtle and Rosewood.
The Restaurants
  • Featuring exquisite European décor and beautiful ornate details, The Mansion Restaurant has been dazzling Texas diners for more than 35 years.
  • Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, the hotel’s signature restaurant offers a menu of new American cuisine with French influences created with locally sourced ingredients.
  • Enjoy brunch alfresco on the Restaurant Terrace or huddle up next the fire pit in the evening with a cocktail in hand. A menu of Texas-sized bar bites includes dishes like brisket tostadas, golden osetera caviar and blueberry cobbler.
  • Equal parts charming and impeccably chic, The Mansion Bar pays homage to its Texas heritage with Southern décor and the vibrant ambiance of a refined private club—the perfect place for a pre-dinner cocktail or a nightcap.
Getting There
2821 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75219
DFW (22-28 min)  
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
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