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24 Romantic Hotels in Dallas: Best places to Stay on a weekend getaway

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Great! You have come to the right place! We have hunted down the most romantic places to stay in Dallas if you want somewhere special to stay for an anniversary, honeymoon or romantic getaway.   

We have listed the special features of each hotel including ones with a jacuzzi tub or bath tub in room (well worth it!) and how far they are to nearby attractions if you feel like getting out and about!

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24 Romantic Hotels in Dallas: Best places to Stay on a weekend getaway

Magnolia Dallas

Let the iconic, brightly lit Pegasus atop the Magnolia Petroleum Company building guide you to Magnolia Dallas. Sitting close to Dallas landmarks like the American Airline Center, AT&T stadium, Fair Park and the flagship Neiman Marcus, whether your stay is for work or pleasure, you cannot go wrong choosing the Magnolia Dallas.

You can even say “I do” in front of up to 250 people in their 3,500-square-foot Pegasus Room as it doubles as a wedding venue. Built in 1922, this 400-foot high, 29-story building was the first high rise in the United States to have air conditioning and the city’s first skyscraper.

Order room service, squeeze in a workout in their fitness center, take advantage of their valet parking and take advantage of their complimentary high-speed internet during your stay.


Omni Dallas Hotel

Sit back and relax with your significant other at the Omni Dallas Hotel with a heated outdoor infinity pool, breezy rooftop terrace, and seven outstanding restaurants. Take the relaxation to another level at the spa or energize yourself at the onsite coffee shop.

Every room and suite features floor-to-ceiling windows with jaw-dropping views of the Dallas skyline. Cozy up to one of the fireplaces and living rooms in suites where available.

While staying at the Omni, schedule a date night at the nearby historic Dealey Plaza or the Dallas Museum of Art. Not only is the Omni a sight to see inside, but the hotel is known for displaying bright colors and messages nightly in bright neon for every occasion and holiday.

The perfect place to stay on a romantic weekend getaway in Dallas.


The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

Located off of notable McKinney Avenue in Uptown Dallas, The Ritz-Carlton Dallas is conveniently located near The Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas World Aquarium and offers free local shuttle to and from locations within 3 miles. Jump on the McKinney Avenue trolley that stops right in front of the hotel to any of the nearby shopping, restaurants or attractions throughout the area.

The on-site pool is perfect for a relaxing day poolside. Or schedule an eight-hand massage or salt scrub at The Ritz-Carlton day spa.

Make reservations at The Fearing Restaurant and enjoy delicious international dishes on the patio. The hotel also serves light meals at the spa and outdoor swimming pool. During your stay, you can even plan your nuptials at the beautiful newly-renovated Ritz-Carlton Ballroom which can entertain up to 950 guests with three-course meals catered.

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The Highland Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton

The Highland Dallas, a Curio Collection by Hilton hotel, is located in the highly desirable Highland Park area of Dallas.

Originally opened in the 1960s as the Hilton Inn Dallas, The Highland Dallas was destined to be a destination hotel for those looking for the luxury and access to landmarks such as Southern Methodist University and the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Also nearby is the Katy Trail, great shopping, and other Dallas attractions.

Enjoy a nice steak at the highly acclaimed restaurant, Knife by John Tesar. The Highland Dallas is high-end without a trace of highbrow, upscale yet thoroughly unstuffy. Top off your stay with a dip in the heated infinity pool or relax during a massage or facial at The Spa at The Highland.


The Joule

Set adjacent to the original Neiman Marcus and within walking distance of the esteemed Dallas Arts District, The Joule Hotel occupies what was The Dallas National Bank building in the 1920s. Today it stands as a Forbes four star hotel.

Upgrade your stay with one of the various packages offered that include items such as homemade salsa and chips, The Joule’s signature Dr. Pepper beef jerky, dessert dip, and “Eye Chocolates”, which pay homage to the Giant Eyeball that sits within walking distance of the historic building.

Spice up the night with a variety of bottles of wine and spirits from the hotel’s bar delivered to your room for a fee. They’ll even bring a dozen roses or spread a special message (or maybe a proposal?) to your sweetheart in rose petals.

The Joule

W Dallas Victory

Stay close to the action at the W Dallas Victory that is located within walking distance of the American Airlines Center, plenty of restaurants and shopping in the West End, or catch a concert at the House of Blues. Relax in the rooftop infinity pool with a view complete poolside bar service and seasonal events.

The Living Room Bar offers ambiance with crystal chandeliers and faux-stone tables, perfect for dinner and drinks after a day of sight-seeing around Dallas. Or grab a glass of vino from the extensive wine list at French-inspired Villa Azur. Enjoy breathtaking views from your room or suite.

Not only is the W Dallas Victory pet-friendly, but it is family friendly as well. Take the family to Dallas Zoo, just 4 miles from the hotel, or the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.


NYLO Dallas Las Colinas

If it’s an industrial-chic look you’re after, then check into the NYLO Dallas Los Colinas. Get cozy in one of their loft-style rooms complete with exposed brick walls and concrete floors. At the NYLO Dallas Los Colinas you are in the center of the business hub of the metroplex; near the Irving Convention Center, Toyota Music Factory or the DFW International Airport.

Located just minutes from US-114 and the President George Bush Turnpike, you are just minutes from any of the entertainment options that DFW has to offer. Cabanas, firepits and two heated swimming pools await you in the Courtyard. Their LOFT restaurant and bar offers a full menu around the clock, to-go snacks, and even live music.


Hotel Kimpton – Pittman Hotel, an IHG Hotel

Nestled in the Deep Ellum neighborhood in Downtown Dallas, The Hotel Kimpton – Pittman Hotel embraces the rich history as well as the present-day contemporary vibe of the area. Grab a seat at Elm & Good to enjoy wood-fired meats, handmade pastas and plenty of other farm-to-table plates. Pair your meal with a hand-crafted cocktail or locally-brewed craft beer.

After dinner, take a walk around the neighborhood to see the eclectic murals, an art gallery, music venue or boutique to top the night off, or soak in a sunset by the lake at White Rock Lake Park less than a 15-minute drive away. If that’s not your style, cabanas and a cocktail from the Deep End bar await you poolside at the heated outdoor pool.


Marriott Dallas Uptown

Whether your stay is for work or pleasure or a combination of both, check into the Marriott Dallas Uptown. Within walking distance to restaurants, shopping and the Katy Trail, the Marriott Dallas Uptown is one you cannot miss. The rooftop pool and a fitness center, nothing has been overlooked when it comes to amenities.

If a wedding venue is what you seek in The Big D, take advantage of one of six event venues which cover more than 17,000 square feet, or book the 14th floor rooftop event space with breath-taking panoramic views of Dallas. Pets are welcome and there are two complimentary electric car charging stations available on-site.


The Lumen

In its former life, The Lumen was a 1960s motel; today it embraces its history as a mid-century styled getaway located in the highly desired Highland Park neighborhood, near Southern Methodist University.

Whether you prefer patio or poolside seating, let Front Room Tavern, which received a four-star review from The Dallas Morning News, do the cooking with a menu full of “new American comfort food”. While you’re there, sip on their signature cocktail, “Mustang Water”, named for the mascot of nearby SMU, which is a concoction made with strawberry vodka, cranberry and soda.

Sitting just two blocks away from Central Expressway and just a few short miles from the Dallas North Tollway, you are just a hop, skip and a jump away from many of the sights DFW has to offer.

The Lumen

Sheraton Dallas Hotel by the Galleria

Shop ‘til you drop at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel at The Galleria! Whatever is on your shopping list, just a quick walk to the Galleria and you will have everything checked off of your list (and maybe a few extra items for yourself!) in no time at all! Let one of the hotel’s complimentary shuttles take you to the Addison Entertainment District, just three miles away for a plethora of restaurants, bars and more. Or, stay on-site and enjoy the Red Eye Restaurant and Bar for American classics, specifically BBQ.

Enjoy their double-sided bar and outdoor patio for a drink to relax after a day of shopping. Each room and suite at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel at The Galleria provides large desks with ergonomic chairs, a 55-inch television with cable access, access to high-speed WiFi and more! Free Breakfast and drinks are available Sunday through Thursday.

Dallas Hotels with Private Hot Tubs or Jacuzzi Spas in Room

Hotel ZaZa Dallas

The chic, boutique style hotel that is Hotel Zaza is considered one of the best in Dallas. Walking the line between “Mediterranean elegance and comfortable chic”, Hotel Zaza offers perks galore. From easy access to shopping and nightlife hot spots to being just a quick walk to any of the restaurants the Uptown Dallas neighborhood has to offer, Hotel Zaza has it all.

Cozy up at a table at Dragonfly for Beer-Braised Short Ribs and pair it with one of their offerings of local brews. Or order in from their extended hours room service. If it’s a little pizazz you’re looking for, stay in one of the elaborately-themed “Magnificent Seven Suites”.

Step off the stage and into the Rock Star suite furnished with everything a front man would need (down to the electric guitar!). If feeling like a geisha is more your style, Crouching Tiger offers bamboo, teak and ebony from floor to ceiling. 

Highly rated as one of the most romantic hotels in Dallas.

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The Sanford House Inn & Spa

With just twelve accommodations to choose from, an award winning full service spa and a top notch restaurant The Sanford House Spa & Inn truly goes above and beyond. Each villa, suite and manor house offers gated, private parking just steps from the door. Both one- and two-bedroom accommodations are available.

Book a stay in The Beethoven Room and enjoy a two-person bathtub and the only offering of a fireplace on the entire property. As one of the only fine dining restaurants in Arlington, Restaurant 506 offers classic cooking that is “artfully presented”. With dishes Herb Panko Crusted Pork Tenderloin and Curried Rack of Lamb, it’s no wonder they have nabbed back-to-back Diner’s Choice Awards in 2020 and 2021. Don’t pass up the Sweet Apricot French Toast on the brunch menu as well. 

Best Western Plus Addison/Dallas Hotel

Book a night at the Best Western Plus Addison/Dallas Hotel and enjoy a private whirlpool bathtub among the extensive list of amenities. Just a 20-minute drive from The University of Dallas and Fair Park and a 5-minute drive from the jaw-dropping Cavanaugh Flight Museum, the Best Western Addison/Dallas Hotel is in the perfect position to see it all!

Each and every room is stocked with a refrigerator, coffee maker and cable TV. Laundry facilities, a gym and business center are all on site as well. Reviews of the property speak of the spaciousness of the rooms, the location and the friendliness of the staff.

Romantic Inn & Suites

Spice up your love life in a room at Romantic Inn & Suites overlooking a garden complete with Greek statues. Each room is decked out with “funky” decor, romantic lighting and access to pay-per-view channels on the 32-inch televisions. An intimate evening awaits you in rooms with private jacuzzi tubs and even a pole and stage in some select suites.

Whether you are looking for a honeymoon or just a weekend away, the aptly named Romantic Inn & Suites is just that, a perfect romantic getaway. Recent reviews speak highly of staff, clean rooms and the convenience of restaurants and other entertainment nearby.


Hotels with Private Bath Tubs

Hotel Crescent Court

At the Hotel Crescent Court, you will have an experience unlike any other. With 186 guestrooms and 40 suites filled to the brim with luxurious amenities like Nespresso coffee makers, natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and custom furnishings. ook a deep tissue massage or a CBD herbal massage at The Spa at The Crescent.

Or if that’s not your style, book a session of cryotherapy. End the night at one of Hotel Crescent Court’s dining rooms, like Beau Nash or The Conservatory. Sit in the lap of luxury and relaxation at The Crescent Club. Choose one of the opulently furnished suites with a free standing soaking tub set in the marble bathtub for the ultimate relaxation experience.

Definitely one of the most romantic places to stay in Dallas!

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Walk into the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek and experience a setting like no other. Inspired by the 1920s style of the original estate, the 142 rooms and suites exude opulent luxury.  But the luxury does not stop when you step foot outside. Hop into the 2-door Lexus LC 500 or the crossover, the Lexus 450H.

Enjoy “American cuisine with French touches” at The Mansion Restaurant. Enjoy a weekend brunch of Smoked Brisket Benedict or Huevos Rancheros on the Mansion Terrace complete with a mimosa or a Bloody Mary. Book a Swedish or deep tissue massage at the spa then take a relaxing dip in the pool or on a chaise poolside with a cocktail in hand, such as the Texas Sunset with Texas-based Deep Eddy grapefruit vodka.

Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas

Tee off at one of the scenic courses at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas for an experience unlike any other. After your perfect game of golf, settle into the Four Season Spa and Salon for one of their 90-minute Signature Sensory Experiences, a facial or a peel.

Before you retire to your luxurious room for the evening, sit down for some “bold Texas fare” at Law. Retire into one of the villas available with a view of the golf course, pool, the nearby gated-community of Cottonwood Valley Estates or the sparkling Las Colinas skyline. The award-winning resort sits on 400 acres with beautiful greenery and trees, yet you are still just a short 20-minute drive from downtown Dallas or 35 minutes from Fort Worth.


Hyatt Regency Dallas

With the iconic Dallas landmark Reunion Tower as their next-door neighbor if you are looking for the perfect location for your romantic getaway, look no further. From Dealey Plaza and the Historic West End, at the Hyatt Regency Dallas, stay within walking distance of all of the sights that Dallas has to offer.

At the center of the 18-story atrium you will find Monduel’s, featuring a 45-foot bar, abundant lounge seating, pool table, plenty of big screen TVs and a view of the stately Reunion Tower. If it’s Italian cuisine you are craving, look no further than Parrino’s. Make it a point in the morning to grab your favorite Starbucks brew or even some fresh fruit Coffee’s Post. The 1,120, including 43 suite rooms are decked out with docking stations for your smart devices and access to in-room fitness and yoga video classes.

HALL Arts Hotel Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton

Located in the heart of the Dallas Art District, the HALL Arts Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton embraces the eclectic vibe of the neighborhood from the lobby to the guest rooms and suites. Definitely one of the most romantic hotels in Dallas.

Take advantage of the Matrix equipment and Peloton bicycles in the fitness studio then relax in the oversized bathroom in your private suite. Every room includes a copy of Through the Lens, a 176-page coffee table book that tells the story of the Dallas Arts District.

Sip your favorite cocktail or discover a new one at Ellie’s while you take in the art that surrounds you on the terrace while you sip your, complete with a mural by James Welling and a view of the Texas Sculpture Walk.

Virgin Hotels Dallas

The Virgin Hotel Dallas is unlike any other hotel in the entire DFW metroplex. Serving as your check-in concierge, your room key, and in-room thermostat and light switches, download the Virgin Hotels app that they have named Lucy, to your smart device and take control of everything you need for a contactless stay.

You can even ask Lucy for extra-pillows, room service or valet. Each and every guest room comes with one-of-a-kind “patented technology beds”, fully stocked mini-bars “at street prices” and 100% free WiFi. There are plenty of choices when it comes to drinks and dining at the Virgin Hotel Dallas. Inhale the beans roasting at the Funny Library.

Here is where you’ll find a variety of handcrafted coffee and espresso drinks and a lengthy list of teas to choose from like citrus chamomile and bourbon vanilla rooibos. If an umbrella drink is more your speed, head to the fourth floor to The Pool Club Dallas and sip a piña colada poolside. For dinner, escape to the Commons Club for their Roasted Duck or Berkshire Pork Chop.

Hilton Anatole

Sitting on 45 acres, just north of downtown, Hilton Anatole is a sight to see in the vibrant Design District. Explore indoor and outdoor facilities including V Spa, Verandah Health Club, the JadeWaters resort pool complex and a private Sculpture Park.

With four exclusive dining venues, impressive meeting space and elegant rooms and suites, you won’t want to leave your suite. Location is key at the Hilton Anatole. Museums and art galleries are just minutes away.

Each and every room offers amenities including WiFi, a work desk with an ergonomic chair, a deluxe coffee station and a mini refrigerator. If an executive room or suite tickles your fancy, you will gain access to the Executive Lounge with complimentary breakfast and refreshments.

The Statler Dallas, Curio Collection By Hilton

Since their opening in 1956, The Statler has hosted legends like Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, The Jackson 5, Tony Bennett and more! The hotel relaunched in 2017 after an extensive redevelopment into the 159-room hotel that it is today. With six restaurants, you might have a hard time choosing what’s for dinner.

Their best-known little hidden gem is Burbon & Banter though. Before you can pull up a barstool, the hidden underground lounge, you’ll have to enter a code into an old school telephone booth to gain access to the bar that, in a previous life, was a barber shop.

Get your day started right at Overeasy, the specialty diner and coffee shop, for a breakfast, brunch and lunch. With all of the features and amenities, you will feel right at home at The Statler.



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