The Adolphus Hotel, a detour to 19th-century America

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The Adolphus Hotel, a detour to 19th-century America

The first major hotel in Dallas has been welcoming clientele since 1912 in a German Beaux Arts-style building.

Dallas definitely holds many surprises in store. Just three kilometres from the city centre, this 19th-century skyscraper stands out for its eclecticism, typical of the American Beaux Arts style. Built in 1912 and completely renovated in 2005, this 23-storey giant, which remained the tallest building in Dallas for 31 years, offers 400 rooms with modern decor. For a touch of the past, head to the French-style reception room, sumptuous with gold finishes and ceiling frescoes. The lobby's woodwork, contemporary furniture and fireplace area are all very cosy. For a proper shave, the gentlemen can head to the barber shop, open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. From the ground floor, where the sublime marble bar will certainly catch your eye, climb to the top of the Adolphus where a rooftop pool and an incredible view of Dallas await you. The Nasher Sculpture Center Museum, a ten-minute walk away, will welcome you for a cultural break. Unless you would rather pay a visit to the Cotton Bowl, the famous American football stadium in Fair Park located nearby.

The Adolphus Hotel
1321 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75202

+1 214 742 8200

www.adolphus.com

Rooms: from 289 USD