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Stoneleigh Hotel

2927 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

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Stoneleigh Hotel, Dallas, Texas
$ 95
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Stoneleigh Hotel - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
In the national park of Trasimeno lake and tucked away, in the community of Magione is Torricella (10 minutes from Perugia). On the banks of this quaint fishing villige and framed against the tranquil Lake is 'La Casa Sul Lago'.With it's long sunsets and favourable rapport between price and quality ...
bootsnall.com

No title - expert review
Just north of downtown, this elegant, old brick hotel has long been favored by celebrities. It's in the tony Turtle Creek neighborhood, just blocks away from the McKinney Avenue shopping and restaurant district. Rooms are comfortable and gracious but not fancy. 134 rooms. In-hotel: 2 restaurants, po...
fodors.com

No title - expert review
Built in 1923, this property is member of Historic Hotels of America. At the time of its construction, it was the city's tallest building, as well as the tallest hotel west of the Mississippi River. The Turtle Creek neighborhood is home to numerous art and antique galleries, museums, shops and resta...
gayot.com

No title - expert review
The Stoneleigh Hotel will be undergoing a much anticipated renovation in the very near future and ownership has therefore made the decision to close the hotel as of November 2006. Because of the extensive renovation that will take place, a date for the re-opening has not yet been determined. Please ...
historichotels.org

No title - expert review
Built in 1923, The Stoneleigh Hotel is rich in history and is a Dallas landmark with a tradition in classical European-style hospitality. A proud member of Historic Hotels of America, the hotel's unique features include antique walls of intricately carved oak from London and extravagant antique mirr...
travelintelligence.net

No title - expert review
Located in the highly desirable Uptown Dallas neighborhood is the 11 story hotel built in 1923 within walking distance to Art Galleries, Museums, Antiques, Shopping and the downtown business district. Massive stone lions standing guard at the entrance greet business travelers and weekenders looking ...
travel.away.com

No title - expert review
Now Offering High Speed Wireless Internet Access The Stoneleigh Hotel, Rated 4 Stars, is a Dallas Landmark With a Tradition of Classical European Style Hospitality. Guests Enjoy Our Highly Desirable Location On the Art Gallery Walk Where They Enjoy the Best Dallas Has To Offer Right Outside the Door...
gotrump.com

No title - expert review
NOW OFFERING HIGH SPEED WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS THE STONELEIGH HOTEL IS A DALLAS LANDMARK WITH A TRADITION OF CLASSICAL EUROPEAN STYLE HOSPITALITY. GUESTS ENJOY OUR HIGHLY DESIRABLE LOCATION ON THE ART GALLERY WALK, WHERE THEY ENJOY THE BEST DALLAS HAS TO OFFER RIGHT OUTSIDE THE DOORSTEP. WITH ABUN...
shdweb.com

No title - expert review
The Stoneleigh Hotel offers 153 beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites. Some of the finer amenities for the discriminating guest include: two dining outlets, fitness center, complimentary newspapers, dual line phones with data port, personalized voicemail, room service, same day laundry servic...
shdweb.com

Try the Melrose instead - user review
the only redeeming quality about my stay at the Stoneleigh were the tasty bloody marys made by Alfonso at the Lion's Den. Everything else was miserable. I do not recommend this hotel. It is a terrible choice. Stay ...
dallas.citysearch.com

The Stoneleigh A Quiet Refuge Just North of Downtown - user review
Situated just around the corner from the better known Hotel Crescent Court, The Stoneleigh Hotel is a quieter, less glamorous destination than its better publicized neighbor. Located just north of downtown Dallas on...
epinions.com

Not impressed - user review
Despite the obvious historic charm of the hotel, our overall experience was less than pleasant. The entire place is in desperate need of n interior makeover. Although plans are displayed for renovating the Lobby, is anything planned for the rooms Our room was not charming at all, with tacky yard sal...
expedia.com

not impressed - user review
during the entire two nights of stay, the room was extremely, cold. called to have them fix the problem, but never did. I stayed on the fifth floor. hotel was pretty old. not very well maintained for th...
expedia.com

Good Value - user review
Excellent staff and service. However the room I was in, especially the bathroom was in need of a facelift. For the price, it's an excellent choice for central Dallas. Located in a quiet area with easy access to the city and very good...
expedia.com

Location is great but........ - user review
Hotel is in a great location, not far from shopping and downtown. It is a majestic,old hotel, but the rooms are not so nice. The bathroom tub area was dingy and didn't seem to be very clean. The grout on the tub looked dirty. Beds were nice. All in all, the rooms need to be new and updated. Staff (e...
expedia.com

great boutique hotel - user review
hotel staff very pleasant and help...
expedia.com

not impressed - user review
Hotel was freezing could not control temperature; room service was half cooked hamburger; sheets not clea...
expedia.com

fabulous - user review
I've stayed at many of the famous upscale hotels in Dallas, but this one was my favorite. Huge room (it was more like an apartment) courteous staff, and a great location. The food from room service was delicious and arrived within 15 minutes every time we ordered it....
expedia.com

Great location. Good value. - user review
My husband and I spent two nights at the hotel and were pleasantly surprised with the level of service. The location is great. Lot's of restaurants and shopping within walking distance. The bathrooms are a little dated but overall the rooms are large and comfortable. We will stay there next time we ...
expedia.com

Not bad, but not great - user review
Service was good, but overall the Stoneleigh was a bit antiquated for our tastes. Supposedly they're renovating soon, so it's possible that we'd give it another chance. The experience was mediocre, but for the price (relative to other places in the vicinity), we can't complain too much. Traveler's t...
expedia.com

Stoneleigh Hotel - user review
Service was par none. Hotel old, carpet old. Furniture was damaged, bed linen soiled. Could not control room temperature, which was freezing. Room was close to the street and could hear traffic in the morning....
expedia.com

charming hotel, lackadaisical service - user review
Spacious rooms, furnished in your grandmother's style from another era. The staff seem to enjoy their jobs, and little wonder, since they seem to work only when they want to room service sometimes doesn't show up, rooms are sometimes not straightened, and the staff cheerfully declines to resolve any...
expedia.com

Charming room. Shuttle service a false front. - user review
Stayed at the Stoneleigh on a business trip. The hotel is older and looked as maintained as one could be of that age. The free shuttle service which was advertised left alot to be desired. I did observe the service for the shuttle depended on who was working as the concierge. The first nights stay a...
expedia.com

Charming - user review
Stoneleigh is a charming old hotel, nice food in the restaurant. Great location for McKinney Ave you can walk to see theatre at Kitchen Dog Theatre, or take the trolley. I would definite...
expedia.com

not impressed - user review
The hotel staff was friendly and courteous and the room was large, though freezing (no temperature control available)and the bathroom was shabby. There are lots of restaurants in walking distance, but for everything else you need a car. The free shuttle helps, ...
expedia.com

Sad Condition - user review
The Stoneleigh has such potential to be an amazing destination! Fantastic location with a terrific historic pedigree. However, the furnishings are extremely worn and tired: ie, the fabrics are wearing through on all the furnishings; the in room kitchen appliances are dated, very tired and rusty; the...
expedia.com

Great Historic hotel - user review
The Stoneleigh Hotel is a lovely historic hotel and really nice for couples. We love it when we visit the Dallas area. It's a reall...
expedia.com

Needs more modernization - user review
This hotel has a beautifully renovated lobby, an interesting bar, a fine restaurant, a historic past and, we were told, some resident ghosts. It also has superb, genuine hospitality and service. However, the renovations haven't quite reached the rooms (or at least the one we had). Room air condition...
expedia.com

Not impressed - user review
This is a nice old boutique hotel. However, the maid didn't fully make the bed (pillows were on the floor), the towels weren't replaced, and the coffee service wa...
expedia.com

Building with character - user review
This old building has huge king size beds and large rooms. Stoneleigh is a refreshing change from the cookie cutter modern hotel rooms that offer small rooms and boring furniture. The hotel offers a free shuttle service to resturants and bars in the vicin...
expedia.com

Never again - user review
Very unncomfortable hot...
expedia.com

Really Felt like home away from home - user review
OK. This hotel is not the Ritz or the Four Seasons and definitely there are a lot better places in the city. HOWEVER, when I did visit this past April, stuff made me feel really like home. Best service I have ever received and although its true that rooms need updating all makes you feel at home. Fo...
fodors.com

No title - user review
A beautiful, rustic hotel built in 1923. The only down side was being on the same floor as the Sigma Tau something fraternity reunion. Despite numerous calls to the front desk, the night manager. Did nothing to quiet the drunk and loud rowdies, and I did not...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Advertised historical old with horrible furniture, horrible bathrooms, paper thin walls, Sheetrock bubbling, just not a nice place I would have rather st...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
As we arrived, we had problems with the cable in the room, that night the temperature in the room was cold and although we called several times, the problem was never fixed and in addition, there was a problem with their boiler and there was no hot water. They moved us to another room the following ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
At one time this probably was the best hotel in Dallas. I was impressed with the staff. I was disappointed that the restoration of the hotel didn't include comfortable beds. Mattresses were a little too soft. The beds were also a little noisy, they would squeak when you rolled over. The bathroom in ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Billing was incorrect. This is the second time this hap...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Close to what I needed it to be close to (walking distance to the American Airlines arena). Could use more than one person on the phones at the fr...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Excellent over all. Wonderfully location right in Down Town. Close to everything you are looking for. Nick and Sam's, the Medici club just to mention some. I stayed there only one night but...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Exterior and interior was excellent, but trying to sleep inside this hotel was another thing. I was kept up the entire night because sounds from all over the floor funneled through my hotel door. I could hear conversations between the floor above me. I slept a grand total of 30 minutes the entire ni...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Good size room. No individual in room temperature ad...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Great location, but the hotel is old and outdated. I couldn't control the temperature in my room, it was cold and the air conditioner kept going. I told the front desk about the problem several times and they never fixed it. I woke up cold, looking forward to a hot shower and there was no hot water....
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Great place, but lacked in small ameni...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
I had heard good things of this hotel in the past, the guest rooms were terrible exposed wiring no temp control in room curtains falling off the wall doors exposing pipes that could not be closed, the worst hotel stay I have ever had in Dallas I was embarrassed by this room. I will never used your s...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
I stayed in this hotel a total of 10 minutes. The lobby was disappointing, but the room was horrible. The bed was literally concave and terribly worn. I tried changing rooms. I immediately called a taxi and went to another hotel. I lost all my money for this 2 night stay. Normally I'm not that picky...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
I thought the hotel was mediocre for my stay needs. There was only one mirror and I was with other people. That's hard with a big group of girls. The beds were not as nice as I thought they should be as well. The staff was very friendly. I probably would not stay at this hotel again as it was only m...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
I would recommend this hotel,and would certainly stay there again! The staff was amazing we had anything we asked for immediately and they shuttled us wherever we needed to go cheerfully!I have stayed in Dallas many times and this is one of the best e...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
If you like a historic hotel experience, the Stone Leigh will take you back to the 30's and 40's! Although it has been renovated for today's comforts, it still has the historical charm that takes you back somewhere in time. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. The location was in a walking...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
It was a very cute hotel. I think that if the air conditioner worked better, and if it was a little closer to the things we were up there to do, I would want to ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
I've stayed here several times before and I really love this hotel. The hotel gave us a suite, not just a regular room it...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Nice hotel but dated furnishings and room maintenance could have been better. Shades in the bathroom were broken so I could not take advantge of the view. Shower curtain was torn, ninsufficient lighting in the shower area with the curtain closed. Free parking and wireless internet were a bonus but t...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Nice neighboorhood. I requested a wake up call that never happened. There was no hot water for the shower in the morning!!! You won't see ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
No temperature controls in rooms, no lights or plugs near desk, very dark, dated rooms, very poor cleaning of room, shabby old furniture an...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Not fancy but very nice. Old style hotel. I love the mahogany woods and granite and large comfy lobby. Free star bucks and newspaper in the morning. I'd ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Overall we were very pleased with the hotel. Only problems were one morning there was no hot water and again it was too cold. Need better security in the parking lot even though it is a nice part of town because our son's vehicle was broken into and his stereo stolen. The management was great about ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Overall, our stay at the Stoneleigh was enjoyable. We believe that if Stoneleigh corrected critical areas such as electrical outlets, provided fire extinguishers i...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Overall, we loved it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was HUGE and had a refrigerator. A microwave would have been a nice touch and not all of the lights were operable, but all that space more than made up for it...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Rooms are in severe need of updating. I would not stay here ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Stay away from this hotel at any price, the place is falling apart, rooms and lobby stink of mildew. Rooms were dirty and needed badly to be updated, all furniture minus bed was awful. Bathrooms where dirty and just flat our ancient. Couldn't take it the last night, I checked out early and went else...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The appearance of the hotel is nice. The elevators, hallways and rooms are poorly kept up. Paint is chipping and pealing everywhere. Doors to rooms have over a 1 gap to the floor. Bed in our room was comfortable but the headboard was broken apart. There was very little furniture in the room so most ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The hotel has great historical appearance and great location to visit the W...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The hotel is very old and has not been kept up. The rooms have a very large closet but it has a large vent that opens to the hallway which allows all the noise to filter into the room. There is also another vent the same size on the door which allows all the noise to filter into the room. Both vents...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The hotel was great. I did not expected all that luxury. We were able to walk around that area and it was close to everything. The parking was great as w...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The hotel was quaint, cute, romantic, close to the West End in Dallas, close to the football stadium's only problem I encountered was the room service tag not being picked up off of our door knob, so there was no pot of coffee waiting for me in the morning. But surprisingly, the staff was on top of ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The location is good but some staff need training on the fact that the customer is a paying customer. Also, the hotel could use improvement in placing guests in rooms next to the penthouse when they have a party going on until 2A.M. with drunk people runni...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The place is going to be renovated. You are told this over and over again. It's a nice looking hotel but the furniture is shabby. Place is very clean. Our room spacious. But the plumbing is ancient so in the middle of a shower the water goes scalding. Also, the thermostats in the rooms don't work. E...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The room was quite. The beds were new and were pillow topped which made them very com...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The staff at the Stone Leigh made my stay good. If choosing this hotel simply on the condition and cleanliness of the facility, it woul...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The staff was beyond helpful and courteous. However the room was well below expectations. They are going to have a remodel to be finished in 2 years which will bring this hotel up to expectations. The beds were very comfortable and t...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The Stone Leigh Hotel in the Dallas Uptown district has a long and distinguished history. Today's amenities include spacious suites some are available for purchase as condos, outdoor patio cocktail hour with string quartet, and courteous desk and valet staff. I w...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The Stone Leigh is a very good hotel. It has a decent location, even though it was difficult to find. It's a downtown hotel, so parking is not good, but it does have a parking garage which is helpfu...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The Stone Leigh is a very historic and nice hotel, the location could not be better. We were right in the middle of everything with easy access to the West Village, the West End and Dealey Plaza. We ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The Stone Leigh is an essentially unchanged grand hotel from the 1920s which appears to have fallen into disrepair. It is in a central location convenient to West Village, Turtle Creek and Downtown. It met my needs and at the price is a hotel in which I would definitely stay again. It is not for eve...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
The Stoneleigh is a classic, fairly large hotel built during the 1920s just north of downtown Dallas, in what is now known as the city's Arts District. The current owners have maintained much of the original elegance and atmosphere with traditional furniture, carpeting, artwork and bathroom fixtures...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
This hotel suited my needs and was in a great location. The staff was friendly but not very helpful with suggestions for dining or bars or clubs. They also gave awful dir...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
This hotel was ok. I'd stay there again only if something else weren't available for the same or better price. The hotel staff was very helpful in terms of providing service, but sometimes their attitude was as if they felt put upon even if they did what was asked or honored your request. I would no...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
This is a wonderful historic hotel with a rich and wonderful history. All of the staff showed outstanding customer service. The concierge desk provides local transportation as available and was available to take us to the convention center, the mall, and to wonderful restaurants. Most of all service...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
This is an old Dallas landmark, fully restored. The sound could have been the traffic down below. The room was very large, the bed extra comfortable and room service was pr...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
very nice but next time will request bigger ...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
We had a really nice stay at The Stoneleigh Hotel. Our room was quite charming. The room seemed like a mini apartment rather than a hotel room. The staff was very polite and the location was perfect for our needs. If you are looking for a nice period, piece hotel, this is the hotel for you. Must not...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
We know this place well. We've rented the ballroom in years past and have stayed there several times. They're planning a renovation so the rooms have deteriorated and need cleaning. The rugs were filthy and the maid service was poor. Noise carries easily in the halls and from room to room. We left a...
mytravelguide.com

No title - user review
Wonderful old architecture in historic area of Dallas. The hotel has the ambiance and character of the old live in hotels. The closets are HUGE and the rooms are spacious. Don't expect antiseptic modern environments and be prepared for the spots of peeling paint and some torn curtains. Room service ...
mytravelguide.com

The Stoneleigh Hotel: Stoneleigh Hotel - user review
153 rooms on 11 floors. A stately hotel with 2 restaurants inside, and a buger/sandwich place called the Stoneleigh Pea across the street. There's also a park next door. It's a nice walk from the hotel to the McKinney Ave section of Dallas where there are...
virtualtourist.com

SUCKS - user review
The room was at least 55 degrees ALL the time. The shower was awful. And they charge for local calls. N...
travel.yahoo.com

Cold Night in Dallas - user review
The air conditioning system showed its level of maturity and refused to be adjusted for my room. The hotel is located in old town Dallas. The staff was very he...
travel.yahoo.com

Wonderful Stay - user review
My boyfriend surprised me by taking me here under their Romance Package. It was great from the start. When we arrived there was champagne, strawberries and beautiful pi...
travel.yahoo.com

OK but ... - user review
... could use a bit of updating considering the age. But, it's strange how no one who posted here mentioned that this hotel is very much haunted with several ghost on the pr...
travel.yahoo.com

Fantastic experience! - user review
We chose this hotel to celebrate our 20th anniverary, and it was an excellent choice! They made us feel like royalty the minute we arrived on property. We stayed in a honey...
travel.yahoo.com

Casual and relaxing in Uptown Dallas - user review
The Stoneleigh is a grand old lady and handy to the American Airlines Center where I attended the Nine Inch Nails concert. The hotel is old and probably in need of refurbishmen...
travel.yahoo.com

Old & worn - user review
The fax number given me was for the sales office which was closed at night, so I did not receive very important timely business information needed. The staff gave me the wrong n...
travel.yahoo.com

Cold rooms, no hot water - user review
Thermostat in room did not work, neither for me or any of my three co-workers. I had hot water the first morning at 6am, but none of my co-workers did. I asked about the heat in t...
travel.yahoo.com

What a dump!!!! - user review
WARNING!!! The hotel was presented as a fine historic hotel. What I found was an old hotel in need of major renovation. Arrived to find a nice lobby and marginally friendly staff...
travel.yahoo.com

Old World Charm in Dallas - user review
The Stoneleigh Hotel in Dallas, Texas is a landmark. The rooms will soon be going under much needed restoration. I have stayed at the Stoneleigh often as it is comfortable and the ...
travel.yahoo.com

Dallas Hotels | Dallas Boutique Luxury Hotel – Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa
After an extensive $36 million dollar renovation, The Stoneleigh Hotel and Spa has been restored to emulate the unique historic grandeur present in its 1923 debut and features the art deco influence of world renowned Dorothy Draper. Atop The Stoneleigh Hotel and Spa overlooking downtown Dallas sits ...
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The Stoneleigh Hotel and Spa, Dallas Hotels : Reviews of The Stoneleigh Hotel and Spa - Yahoo! Travel
The Stoneleigh Hotel is a deluxe hotel located in the prestigious Turtle Creek area of Dallas, 5 minutes from downtown and 20 minutes from ...
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The Stoneleigh Hotel - 2927 Maple Ave. DALLAS, TX 75201 - Hotel Deals
The service of your site was incredible! It made my job 100 times easier! The hotels were wonderful, even the ones who couldn't accomodate us. Truly a great experience, and will now be a perminent fixture in my arsenal of ...
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Dallas, Texas - The Stoneleigh Hotel - Hotel, Motel, Lodging
The Stoneleigh Hotel is located at 2927 Maple Avenue, on the corner of Maple and Wolf Street. From Love Field Airport: Exit airport. The main road exiting the airport turns into Cedar Springs. Take Cedar Springs to Oak Lawn, Turn right on Oak Lawn. Take Oak Lawn to Maple Avenue and turn left. The ho...
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Dallas, TX Hotel - Uptown Dallas, TX - The Stoneleigh Hotel
Celebrating the most glamorous aspects of the 1920s, the Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa is designed to captivate the senses of every guest. Having recently completed a $28 million renovation, this impeccably restored historic building blends the art deco influences of both past and present, resulting in a ...
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HotelChatter || The Stoneleigh Hotel in Dallas Re-Opens with New Spa
And here's a special treat for women with buns in the oven: unique to the Spa at Stoneleigh is the Pregnancy Keepsake Sculpture service, where they will cast your preggy belly in blue, pink or yellow plaster, presumably to bust out for embarrassment or creep-out purposes on your child's first date o...
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Dallas: The Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa - Traveler Reviews - Lovely Valentine's - TripAdvisor
After reading the other reviews on the website, my girlfriend and I were a little hesitant to spend Valentine's Day at the hotel, but because we had heard that it had just undergone a massive renovation, we decided to take a chance. We were not disappointed in the least. We could really tell that a ...
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Mobil Travel Guide: The Stoneleigh Hotel Dallas TX
Under renovations until late fall 2007 or winter 2008...This 1923 hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Hotels. A burgundy awning, brick facade, and pair of stone lions at the entry give the hotel a European, and somewhat imposing, look. Spacious guest rooms are traditionally furnishe...
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Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa - Dallas, TX, 75201 - Citysearch
All of the premiere guestrooms feature the hip influences of world-renowned designer Dorothy Draper, as well as an impressive selection of modern luxury amenities, such as mahogany work desks, plush bed and bath linens, and HD flat screen televisions. Plus, this Dallas luxury hotel has unveiled the ...
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