"Great Hotel, Great Bar, Great Food, LOTS OF NOISE!"
I loved everything about this hotel except the noise at 2:30am. Keep in mind we have 3 kids and stayed here for our anniversary get away so we passed out earlier than we had hoped but I was hoping for a good nights rest away from the kids and that did not happen. You have to sign a "no partying in your room" contract before you check in. So people tend to party in the halls. With the paper thin walls its not the greatest thing to be woken up by. Other than that our stay was amazing upon our arrival they gave us a free upgrade to one of their suites. The pool was small but enough for a great party. We had such a blast! This would be a great place to stay if you have a group of friends for a celebration.
Traveller from Grand Prairie, TX
This colorful boutique hotel is located in the artsy Uptown area, 3 blocks from Crescent Court shopping, a half-mile from the …More
I was given a room with a view, overlooking Oak Lawn Avenue. The room was very big, and had a large bathroom. The room was clean and had plenty of hot water. The staff were friendly and professional. The hotel is in an upscale neighborhood. There is a beautiful park nearby, a great exercise path, fine dining and patio dining within my walking distance.
Located in the upscale Oak Lawn and Turtle Creek area, this Dallas boutique hotel is a mile from downtown, and 2 miles from …More
"Noisy next to the freeway kind of like the concert"
Since we only spent about 7 hours in the hotel we really didn't form A good enough of a opinion but having a 24hour restaurant next-door was definitely a game changer.The beds were quitecomfy and the breakfast was great.
Traveller from Abilene Tx.
Situated in Dallas, this motel is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Magnolia Theater and within 3 mi (5 km) of Morton H. Meyerson Symphony …More
With its proximity to the Arts District and downtown's white-collar firms, the creative set congregate in Uptown and Oak Lawn. This leafy area is a mix of high-rises, single-family homes, and commercial districts. The intersection of Cedar Springs and Throckmorton is the heart of the city's gay community. Uptown has the American Airlines Center, home to the Dallas Mavericks and the Dallas Stars.