See our Hotel Crescent Court in Dallas Review, located in the shopping, arts and entertainment districts, it is the ultimate fusion of Southern-style grandeur, European sophistication and Texas charm. Relax in fashionable accommodations, dine at the famous Nobu Dallas, and invigorate yourself at The Spa.
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With the completion of their multi-million dollar renovation, Hotel Crescent Court is now decked out with Southern style and sophistication while incorporating modern features. The new look, by local design firm Waldrop + Nichols Studio, with the addition of the hotel’s classic identity with contemporary European sophistication and luxury, makes the hotel absolutely stunning to look at. The grand lobby sports high ceilings, marble, beautiful floral displays and plenty of comfortable seating.
There are a total of 186 rooms and 40 suites that showcases the beautiful residential style, designed in a contemporary and soothing palette of cream, gray and blush with style cues drawn from silhouettes of fashion.
The Premier King Room is a 480 square-foot room with ample natural light that comes from their floor-to-ceiling windows, gorgeous custom furnishings, a 55-inch SmartTV, Nespresso machine and conveniently-located charging outlets. The luxurious marble bathroom was furnished with a lighted vanity, deluxe terry robes and a walk-in shower stocked with custom Molton Brown products.
After a day exploring the city of Dallas, you can head to the 22,000-square-foot Spa at The Crescent for a blissful massage. The oasis is separated, with a men’s and women’s relaxation lounges, an impressively-equipped fitness center and a beautiful rooftop pool.
Hotel Crescent Court also featured free high-speed WiFi throughout the property, as well as complimentary house car service within five miles of the property.
Food & Drink
Hotel Crescent Court houses five food and drink outlets to choose from. Their premier restaurant, Nobu, focuses on modern Japanese cuisine, as well as several uniquely Texan dishes like Ranchero rib-eye steak and scallops with jalapeño salsa. For a nightcap, check out the posh lobby bar, Beau Nash, which features champagnes by the glass and inventive cocktails. The next morning, we enjoyed bottomless lobster brunch at The Crescent Club, an absolute must if you stay through Sunday.
The Conservatory was a casual dining option with a selection of sandwiches, salads and regional favorites. There was also a Starbucks onsite for breakfast and lunch on the go.
The Hotel Crescent Court is a Southern hotel, so your service will be the embodiment of Southern hospitality. Even arriving late, the front desk staff were bright and energetic as if it were 9 AM in the morning. The check-in process is pleasant and efficient, so heading to your room to retire is easy. Upon entering your room, the bed will already be turned down in preparation for your arrival, complete with a welcome gift of handmade chocolates.
Hotel Crescent Court sits on a short street in Uptown, surrounded by restaurants and cafes and near some of the city’s top tourist attractions, including the Dallas Museum of Art, McKinney Avenue and the American Airlines Center.
Address: 400 Crescent Court, Dallas.
The Hotel Crescent Court in Dallas is a luxurious hotel that is located in the heart of Uptown with the ability to transport you to an oasis because it is miles away from the loud city.
Looking to stay at a livelier hotel? Consider The Hotel ZaZa, decked out with sexy, worldly interiors and an exciting restaurant and bar.