Exquisite set of objects of d'art meet the eye at every turn; nineteenth century Chinoiserie, a bronze dore Gueridon table, a pair of early Flemish tapestries, a Napoleon II oval mirror.The ornately carved Steinway once graced the New York home of the Guggenheim family. Scores of such treasures enrich the atmosphere of the Lobby, creating a museum-quality collection for its guests' enjoyment.
Each elegant guest room at The hotel features dark wood furnishings and French-inspired details. Guests can relax with in-room movies on a flat-screen TV. Most rooms and suites have views of the city. A work desk with outlets and coffee-making facilities are included.
There are several dining options available at this property. The French Room, the hotel's award-winning restaurant has been named as best hotel restaurant in the most recent Zagat Survey ranking the top 100 hotel dining rooms in the U.S. Dine amidst the 18-foot domed ceiling adorned with frescoes, hand-blown crystal chandeliers, as gilt sconces cast their glow upon your table for the perfect mood lighting. There is a Bistro, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests are introduced to a taste of the Old West in a sophisticated version of Texas honky tonk at the Bar and Grill, featuring hearty Texas fare, Tex-Mex, and pasta. The Bar serves long neck beers and cocktails.
The hotel stands in the center of Dallas' financial district. Conveniently located at Commerce and Field, the hotel is just minutes away from the city's major business addresses, entertainment centers, and historical sites. Within walking distance are the Dallas Convention Center, Union Station, The Dallas Museum of Arts and Neiman Marcus.