Conde Nast Traveler: 20 Best Hotels in Dallas-Forth Worth

This month, Conde Nast Traveler highlighted the best hotels in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.  Conde Nast says, “Here are the best hotels in Dallas-Forth Worth for when your travels next take you to Texas. We suggest popping your plans into a map and seeing which posh property makes the most sense logistically for your plans in the land of longhorn leisure. After all, everything is bigger here—including this lengthy list of options, and they have banded together to create quite the impressive portfolio to represent the region.”

This prestigious list includes Hotel Crescent Court, Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh, and The Highland Dallas, Curio Collection.

Hotel Crescent Court

$$$ |  READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS 2019, 2020, 2021, 2023

This hotel has the ability to transport you to a relaxing oasis miles from the hustle and bustle of busy Dallas, despite being in the middle of Uptown. The spa and pool make it hard to beat and the sophisticated suites have incredible interior design and abundant natural light, via floor-to-ceiling windows. Food and drink are on point with the Dallas outpost of Nobu and stellar cocktails at Beau Nash. Its chic clientele helps the property maintain its reputation as an Uptown staple despite the plethora of new hotels that are opening all around it.

The Highland Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton


Centrally located just outside of the Park Cities—across the highway from Southern Methodist University and adjacent to Mockingbird Station—the hotel is a prime spot for business travelers and university parents. It checks all the boxes at a price point that is a lot more approachable than many of the downtown options, and its pet and family-friendly policies make it a solid choice for a variety of types of travelers. The in-hotel restaurant, Knife, is one of Dallas’s finest steakhouses, thanks to chef John Tesar’s mastery of dry-aged meats.

Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh

A $36 million renovation restored this historic celebrity hideaway to its Art Deco splendor, and a stay provides a respite from Dallas’s typical obsession with the new and brassy. The management team behind the transformation of the Mansion on Turtle Creek wisely decided to keep the residential floor plan for the 176 guest rooms and just in time for the property to celebrate its centennial in 2023. The accommodations feel grand in scale, are decorated in a palette of teal with cinnamon, and have high ceilings, commissioned Texas artwork, and sizable tubs. In the 1930s, Dorothy Draper designed the original owner’s twelfth-floor Penthouse residence, which was transformed by the current head of her eponymous firm into a dramatic Presidential Suite; the assemblage of rooms retains many of the original details, including the secret passageways and balconies.

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