- Name: The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
- Rooms: 218
- Rating: 5-Star
- Brand: The Ritz-Carlton
- Parent: Marriott International
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas is set in a 21-story Regency-style building designed by renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects along Dallas’s historic McKinney Avenue. This luxury hotel captures the elegance of its uptown community and the grace of its Texas roots with genuine warmth, elegant design, and classic Lone Star spirit. Recognized as the only Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hotel in Texas, guests enjoy legendary service, locally inspired amenities, and exclusive experiences. Located on downtown Dallas’ prominent McKinney Avenue, this hotel is a destination for Texas locals as much as visitors.
The hotels 218 guest rooms and suites promise the most sumptuous stay in the city, featuring views of Dallas, Texas, and spacious accommodations with oversized five-fixture baths, Frette bed and bath linens and upgraded Bulgari bath amenities with décor that reflects the five-star hotel’s penchant for accenting soft sophistication with bold touches. Separate living spaces set suites apart, and the presidential Privacy Wing is perfect for high-profile guests. The Club Lounge offers dedicated services and exclusive experiences in a beautifully appointed space.
A hub for culture, arts, business and sports, Dallas, TX offers an appealing destination for any traveler. Its Arts District features the Meyerson Symphony Center, Nasher Sculpture Center and Crow Collection of Asian Art. And the vintage McKinney Avenue trolley stops in front of the hotel, carrying visitors to nearby shopping, restaurants, and attractions throughout the Uptown neighborhood. This hotel offers the ideal location for exploring the city’s biggest attractions. Nearby, you can see the latest exhibit at the Dallas Art Museum or Nasher Sculpture Center; take the kids to Dallas Aquarium; check out live music at House of Blues or catch an NBA, NFL or NHL game.
- Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas – 2121 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75201, United States