Best hotels & accommodations in Dallas

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Dallas as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.

 

Best cheap hotel in Dallas: Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas East

Best boutique hotel in Dallas: The Adolphus

Best luxury hotel in Dallas: Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek

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  • 4.4 The Joule, Dallas

    The Joule Hotel, Dallas

    Lonely Planet

    “A moving cog-and-wheel sculpture in the stylish lobby hints at the building’s Industrial Revolution–era beginnings. Urbane elegance continues throughout. Don’t miss the breathtaking, cantilevered rooftop pool area.”

  • 4.6 Adolphus Dallas

    Hotel The Adolphus Autograph Collection, Dallas

    Frommers

    “The equivalent of the Plaza in New York City or the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City, the Adolphus is the grande dame of Dallas hotels. Built in 1912 by beer magnate Adolphus Busch, it’s a landmarked Beaux Arts storehouse of treasures.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Dallas.

  • 4.0 Hotel Indigo Dallas

    Hotel Indigo, Dallas

    Lonely Planet

    “After a hot day of sightseeing, this downtown hotel offers good respite. Part of Hilton, it offers rooms with sprightly decor, hardwood floors and extras such as gourmet coffee makers. The 170 rooms are in a restored vintage building.”

  • 4.4 Stoneleigh Dallas

    Le Meridien the Stoneleigh, Dallas

    Fodors

    “The re-imagined Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa, on fashionable Maple Avenue in the Uptown area of Dallas, embraces its 1920s roots with old-style Hollywood glamour. The legendary hotel reopened in March after a complete renovation, revealing modernized Art Deco details throughout the dramatic lobby, cozy bar, and generously sized rooms.”

  • 4.8 Ritz-Carlton Dallas

    Hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

    Fodors

    “Uptown was the logical choice for Dallas’s latest luxury hotel, surrounded by high-dollar high-rise condos and other elite lodging options, dozens of fine restaurants, and upscale shopping. The hotel opened in mid-2007 and has sleek yet comfortable furnishings and awesome views of Downtown.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Dallas.

  • 4.7 Rosewood Mansion Dallas

    Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek, Dallas

    Frommers

    “Once the swank home of a cotton magnate (in the 1920s and 1930s), today this is where the celebrities, politicos, and business tycoons tend to stay. You’ll understand why. Guestrooms are huge, with an upgraded country club décor.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Dallas.

  • 4.4 The Las Colinas Resort, Dallas

    The Las Colinas Resort, Dallas

    Fodors

    “Looking like a Frank Lloyd Wright–designed country club, this hotel is quite possibly the city’s best. Rooms have balconies that overlook the Tournament Players Course, site of the Professional Golfers’ Association’s EDS Byron Nelson Championship. Luxurious resort-style rooms take on warm earth tones.”

  • 4.6 Hotel ZaZa Dallas

    Hotel ZaZa, Dallas

    Frommers

    “Some hotels fill common areas with high-priced art in an attempt to impress well-heeled clientele. But few hoteliers have the vision to pick pieces that stop you dead in your tracks. That’s one of the things that makes Zsa Zsa as glamorous as the Gabor I like to imagine this hotel is named for.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Dallas.

  • 4.4 The Lumen Dallas

    Hotel The Lumen, Dallas

    Lonely Planet

    “It would be hard for this ultramodern concrete re-imagining of what was originally a 1960s motel, across from SMU, to live up to the local hype. But you have to love the parade of poodles and shih tzus through the lobby, the video library and the strong coffee in the morning.”

  • 4.3 Dallas W Victory

    Hotel W Victory, Dallas

    Fodors

    “The first hotel in Dallas’s burgeoning Victory Park makes a dramatic statement, altering the Uptown skyline with a 33-story tower topped with glowing blue light. The crowd here is trend-conscious and pampered, and the decor is comfortable and minimalist—eggplant-colored walls, neutral bed linens, low-profile furniture.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Dallas.

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Price (usd)

The Joule Hotel, Dallas

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet, Frommers, Telegraph

4.4 / 5
182 euro 162 gbp 225 usd 23850 jpy 175 cad 175 aud 1761 hkd 297 sgd 211 chf 1428 cny 1856 sek 1359 dkk 1752 nok

Hotel The Adolphus Autograph Collection, Dallas

Recommended by:

Frommers, Lonely Planet, Forbes

4.6 / 5
157 euro 140 gbp 195 usd 20670 jpy 152 cad 152 aud 1526 hkd 257 sgd 183 chf 1238 cny 1608 sek 1177 dkk 1519 nok

Hotel Indigo, Dallas

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet, Fodors

4.0 / 5
109 euro 97 gbp 135 usd 14310 jpy 105 cad 105 aud 1057 hkd 178 sgd 126 chf 857 cny 1113 sek 815 dkk 1051 nok

Le Meridien the Stoneleigh, Dallas

Recommended by:

Fodors, Telegraph

4.4 / 5
137 euro 122 gbp 170 usd 18020 jpy 132 cad 132 aud 1331 hkd 224 sgd 159 chf 1079 cny 1402 sek 1026 dkk 1324 nok

Hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

Recommended by:

Fodors, Forbes

4.8 / 5
259 euro 230 gbp 320 usd 33920 jpy 249 cad 249 aud 2505 hkd 422 sgd 300 chf 2032 cny 2640 sek 1932 dkk 2492 nok

Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek, Dallas

Recommended by:

Frommers, Forbes

4.7 / 5
291 euro 259 gbp 360 usd 38160 jpy 280 cad 280 aud 2818 hkd 475 sgd 338 chf 2286 cny 2970 sek 2174 dkk 2804 nok

The Las Colinas Resort, Dallas

Recommended by:

Fodors

4.4 / 5
238 euro 212 gbp 295 usd 31270 jpy 230 cad 230 aud 2309 hkd 389 sgd 277 chf 1873 cny 2433 sek 1781 dkk 2298 nok

Hotel ZaZa, Dallas

Recommended by:

Frommers

4.6 / 5
170 euro 151 gbp 210 usd 22260 jpy 163 cad 163 aud 1644 hkd 277 sgd 197 chf 1333 cny 1732 sek 1268 dkk 1635 nok

Hotel The Lumen, Dallas

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet

4.4 / 5
101 euro 90 gbp 125 usd 13250 jpy 97 cad 97 aud 978 hkd 165 sgd 117 chf 793 cny 1031 sek 755 dkk 973 nok

Hotel W Victory, Dallas

Recommended by:

Fodors

4.3 / 5
137 euro 122 gbp 170 usd 18020 jpy 132 cad 132 aud 1331 hkd 224 sgd 159 chf 1079 cny 1402 sek 1026 dkk 1324 nok

FAQ

Where is the best neighborhood to stay in Dallas?

It is the third most crowded city in Texas. Well, this is also a major economic center of Texas. That’s why Dallas is a popular destination for business persons. On the other side, it houses a lot of tourist destinations which attract thousands of people across the world. In America, it is considered as the wealthiest city. Hotels in Dallas are quite expensive, and the average price for one night can be around $150 to $200. If you are in a search for the best area in Dallas, then you can choose the Downtown areas. For the cheapest hotels, you can search in Market Center.

Five best neighborhoods to stay in Dallas

Downtown Dallas
There is no doubt that downtown is the best location to stay in Dallas. Different tourist attractions have covered the area. As the oldest are in Dallas, you can find the historical building as well as modern buildings here. Some of the best major attractions that you can visit here are Reunion Tower, the Peron Science Museum, the Dallas Holocaust Museum, Dallas aquarium, and more. The area is well connected through the DART system.

Market Center
It is located near Downtown Dallas. The distance will be around 4 Kilometers. It houses a lot of exhibitions, Market Center and Congress fair. It is a perfect place for business travelers. To offer you a better-staying experience, the area houses a lot of luxurious as well as cheap hotels. If you have enough budget, then you can go for the internal chain hotels. During the off-season, you will find the cost of the accommodation much affordable. The Market Centre is connected through the DART system.

Dallas Love Field
It is located around 7 miles away from Downtown and houses several budget and mid-range hotels. It is located near Love Field Airport. Well, if you are visiting Dallas to explore its tourist attractions, then this is not the best place to stay. But it is an area where you can find cheap hotels. Besides, the area is well connected with a different part of Dallas. Travelers visiting Dallas through cars, this can be the perfect place to stay.

Uptown Dallas
It is an upmarket area, situated at the north side of Downtown Dallas. Here you will find shops, restaurants, apartments, hotels and more. Some major interests in the area are art galleries, McKinley Avenue, and modern restaurants. If you are a sporting fan, then you can explore the Katy Trail. With luxurious accommodation, you can also find budget hotels in this area. If you are searching for a quiet area, then this will be a perfect place for you. With perfect transportation facilities, you will not face any issues in traveling.

Fort Worth Airport
It is Texas’s largest airport. Besides, in terms of air services, it is ranked in third place as the busiest airport from all in the world. Located in between Fort Worth and the Dallas cities, the area has lots of budget and luxurious hotels. You will not face any problem in finding a perfect hotel for you.

Also check out our guide about the best areas to stay in Dallas.

What is the best budget hotel in Dallas?

If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Dallas, then book Hampton Inn and Suites in Dallas East. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews. Also check out our list of the best cheap hotels in Dallas.

What is the best boutique hotel in Dallas?

You like some luxury but don't like the famous chain hotels. If you're looking for the best boutique hotel in Dallas, you should check out The Adolphus. It's a very cool hotel that has been highly recommended by travelers and experts.
Also check out our list of the best boutique hotels in Dallas, it's a manually curated list of the most unique and romantic hotels in the city.

What is the best luxury hotel in Dallas?

If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Dallas, then go for Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it.
Also check out our list of the best luxury hotels in Dallas, it's a manually curated list of the most exclusive 5-star hotels in the city.

How much does it cost to stay in a Dallas hotel?

The average prices for a 3-star hotel in Dallas are $120 per night. For a 4-star hotel you can expect to pay around $185 per night and if you're looking for a luxury 5-star hotel in Phoenix, then you probably have to pay around $350 per night.

What is the best Dallas hotel for couples?

If you're looking for a romantic get-away and have some money to spend, then go for Hotel The Ritz-Carlton. The hotel has some excellent customer reviews from couples.

Which Dallas hotel offers great views?

If you want a room with a view over Dallas then try Hotel The Ritz-Carlton. Customers have given excellent reviews for views from the hotel.

What are the best things to do in Dallas?

JFK Assassination and Museum Tour with Lee Harvey Oswald Rooming House. See the site where the infamous shooting occurred on this special historical tour to Grassy Knoll and the Kennedy Memorial; separate the facts from the theories with the help of your guide, who will walk you through that day and its aftermath. Price: $77.

Welcome to Dallas 3-Hour Small Group Tour by Van. Get a complete overview of Dallas on this 3-hour small group tour by air-conditioned van. Visit the famous landmarks of this renowned city. Your local guide will provide you with insider knowledge about the city's top historic sites and monuments. Price: $55.

2-Hour Historic Dallas Segway Tour. Explore Dallas in style on a 2-hour Segway tour that takes in historic landmarks and other important sites throughout the downtown. Price: $59.

More things to do in Dallas

About Dallas

The history of Dallas tells a lot about its farming, oil production and ranching history. It is also a thriving trade center making it a hub for finance and business. There are some historical museums which make Dallas a popular place.

Here are some of the famous places in Dallas, which makes it an interesting destination.

The Sixth Floor Museum

This museum holds the history of the most defining and tragic moments of the nation. When you visit the museum, you will be briefed about the historical context. You will also know about the history of President Kennedy.

Botanical and Arboretum Garden

The garden exhibits seasonal flowers and ornamental trees. If you are visiting this place on occasion, then you might see this beautiful place hosting festivals. It also hosts concerts and educational programs to attract more audience.

Perot Museum of Science and Nature

The museum is itself an architectural wonder. The curious kids and adults find this place to be the best attraction in Dallas. The museum includes educational games and modern technology. The museum’s theme is entirely based on innovation and engineering. The curious kids will get to know more about earth, evolution, science and energy.

The Art Museum

This museum consists of more than 24.000 artworks from all across the globe. The artworks include artifacts from Greece, Rome and Egypt. It also displays the work of prominent artists and all their historical collections. It also consists of antique carpets, Paintings and Chinese Porcelain.

Want to get to know the city a bit better? Check out our guide about where to stay in Dallas, it includes recommendations about the best areas, museums, attractions and other things to do.

If you like our hotel recommendations for Dallas, then you should also check out the recommended hotels in Phoenix and the best hotels in San Diego.