Adolphus Hotel, the "grande dame of grand hotels," is a magnificent renaissance palace built by beer baron Adolphus Busch in 1912. Its central location in downtown Dallas provides easy access to the city's dynamic financial center, luxury shopping, restaurants, arts and entertainment and the Dallas Convention Center.
The hotel is certified by the Elite Meetings Advisory Board as one of the Top Meeting & Incentive Properties in North America and has frequently earned the Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award for outstanding service, public spaces and accommodations.
Paired with its own unrivaled dining options, including the AAA Five-Diamond French Room, The Adolphus is the choice of visitors from around the world.
Celebrating a century of service, the hotel's lavish renovations have combined modern amenitites with the charm and character of the spectacular Gilded Age.
Its 422 guest rooms are easily the most spacious and richly appointed in Dallas, including 16 deluxe suites and 123 junior suites. Travelers' needs are anticipated with the conveniences of home and office, including complimentary Internet access in all guest rooms and suites, and public areas. The terrace suites provide a perfect setting for dining alfresco, and the hotel's corporate suites are ideal for long-term stays. Service, discreet and unflappable, is equal to that of Buckingham Palace, as well it should be - Queen Elizabeth II resided here during a recent state visit.
Adolphus Hotel is renowned for exceptional cuisine, offered through catering services, 24-hour in-room dining, The Bistro, The Walt Garrison Rodeo Bar & Grill, and the hotel's crown jewel, The French Room. USA Today, in conjunction with the 2006 Zagat Survey, named The French Room the #1 Hotel Restaurant in America. Bon Appetit, Travel and Leisure, and The New York Times consistently include The French Room on their lists of superlative restaurants. A AAA Five Diamond Award-winner again in 2006, the Zagat Survey of America's Top Restaurants ranks this dining room #1 for food (29), decor (29), and service (29). "The French Room is one of only two Zagat-rated restaurants worldwide to receive ratings of 29 across the board in the last five years", said Tim Zagat, Chairman and CEO of Zagat Survey. "This is a report card from their customers, and they have made the honor roll".
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Adolphus Hotel is ½ blocks to 2 miles away from over 250 popular night life spots, entertainment, and restaurants – including:
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The hotel is 18 miles from Dallas / Ft. Worth International Airport (DFW), and 7 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL)
Adolphus Hotel is ½ blocks to 2 miles away from over 250 popular night life spots, entertainment, and restaurants – including: the West End, Stone Street Gardens, West Village, Deep Ellum, Uptown, Victory Park and Greenville Avenue. The flagship Neiman Marcus Downtown store is just 1 1/2 blocks away. If cultural pursuits are of interest, the hotel is very close to the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, the Dallas Arts District, the Majestic Theatre and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Hall.
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