Combining the elegance and grandeur of a bygone era with five-star luxury and modern technology, The Adolphus is a charming and luxurious hotel in the heart of downtown Dallas. Established in 1912 by St. Louis beer baron Adolphus Busch, this glorious baroque masterpiece is one of thegrande dames of the country's hotels today. Exuding imperial European elegance, interiors boast regal Flemish tapestries and an ornately carved Victorian Steinway piano once owned by the Guggenheim family, while the exterior of the hotel is an architectural gem designed in the ornate Baroque style.

The Adolphus is ideally located for exploring all that Dallas'vibrant and sophisticated downtown district has to offer from fine dining and eclectic restaurants to fabulous shopping, excellent museums and galleries and a buzzing nightlife.

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1.Rooms & Suites

Rooms & Suites  

The Adolphus provides a range of one- and two-bedroom luxury suites that seamlessly blend Old World splendor with sophisticated style. Ranging from comfortable suites with garden terraces to suaveskylight suites with spectacular city views, each sanctuary boasts refined decor and elegant furnishings. Modern amenities abound in each room and include plush pillow-top mattresses and luxurious triple sheets, deluxe bath products, flat-screen televisions with cable/satellite channels, AM/FM clock radio and iPod docks, coffeemakers, individual climate control, and complimentary wireless Internet. Additional room services include an evening turndown service, in-room dining, and a laundry and valet service.

Deluxe Rooms reflect the elegance and charm of a grand English country estate with ornate decor and refined furnishings. Boasting over 500 square feet of space with 10-foot high ceilings, these rooms feature double, queen or king-size beds with plush pillow-top mattresses and luxurious triple sheets, private bathrooms with walk-in showers and luxe bath products, and modern amenities such as flat-screen televisions with cable/satellite channels, coffeemakers, and complimentary wireless Internet.

Executive Suites are grand in scale and blend Old World comfort with luxurious modern touches. Each suite offers a spacious separate bedroom with one king, queen, or two double beds with plush pillow-top mattresses and luxurious triple sheets, and private bathrooms with walk-in showers and luxe bath products. An ample sitting area has comfortable seating and an elegantly decorated dining area for entertaining.

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The Adolphus is home to the award-winning fine dining restaurant, the French Room. Considered to be one of the best restaurants in the country, The French Room is striking and sumptuous with lavishLouis XV decor and serves cosmopolitan cuisine in a spectacular setting.

The lively Rodeo Bar & Grill is quintessentially Texan and serves hearty ranch-style Southwestern fare surrounded by authentic Old West decor and collectibles. The menu features hearty Texanfood, including grilled hamburgers, steaming barbecue, Tex-Mex favorites, and all the trimmings, as well as lighter meals of freshly made soups and salads. Large flat screen televisions show the latest sports and news, and the full service bar presents a range of brews, beers, spirits and premium tequilas.

Guests can also enjoy private in-room dining in the comfort of their rooms with a 24-hour food and drinks menu.

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The Adolphus Hotel features a wide array of local and on-property amenities and experiences to enhance guests' stay, ranging from an all-new, rooftop pool and bar with private cabanas and breathtaking views of downtown Dallas, to a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center and swimming pool.

The hotel provides valet parking, and a complimentary daily newspaper delivery and guests have access to wireless high-speed Internet throughout the property. There are three dining options available from The Rodeo Bar and Grill and the new rooftop pool bar to private in-room dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A 24-hour business center offers computer access, and printing, copying and fax services and guests can enjoy a complimentary sedan transportation service to anywhere within a three-mile radius of the hotel.

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4.Weddings & Meetings

Weddings & Meetings  

The Adolphus boasts more than 25,000 square feet of meeting and catering space, including the 5,500 square-foot Grand Ballroom, which is ideal for large weddings, receptions, balls, and conferences.

Two smaller ballrooms, each at 2,200 and 4,440 square feet respectively cater for smaller events, and there are several spacious pre-function areas, as well as the historic Lobby Living Room for relaxing and networking. Five executive boardrooms feature wired and wireless internet access, modern technology, and have access to the hotel's 24-hour business center.

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1321 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75202, Phone: 214-742-8200

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The Adolphus in Dallas, Texas