Rosewood Crescent Hotel
A favorite with art lovers for its European décor and the cultural attractions of uptown and downtown.
Fifteenth-century Europe is the theme at this downtown hotel. The furniture and tapestries are reminiscent of Louis XIV's France. The location is superb, especially for art lovers, as the Crescent Complex (home to numerous shops and galleries) is located on the edge of the business district and Uptown Arts District. Guests are also a short distance from the Morton M. Meyerson Symphony Center, the Dallas Museum of Art and everything the country's largest contiguous Arts District has to offer. The new Klyde Warren Park bridges uptown and downtown with plenty of free activities daily, including food trucks, live music and fitness classes. On-site, each guest room is elegantly decorated in soft earth and gold tones, with striking red accents. Amenities include large closets and soft down-feather love seats. One- and two-story suites resemble apartments with private kitchens and dining rooms. Hardwood floors complement a range of luxuries, from sound systems to fine art and antiques. All rooms have mini-bars, and bathrooms include marble vanities and terrycloth robes. Nearby restaurants include excellent sushi at Nobu, steaks at Capital Grille and a lively happy hour at Palomino.