Rosewood Crescent Court in Dallas

The Rosewood Crescent Court in Dallas is considered on of the best hotels in the United States and has won hearts and accolades to back up that theory. The philosophy of the Rosewood Crescent is "modern elegance defined." The hotel is in the same category as the Mansion at Turtle Creek which is another distinct hotel located in Dallas. The Rosewood Crescent Court was built in 1986 and later renovated in 2004. The hotel is located in the uptown arts district on the edge of the business and entertainment district.

The hotel is decorated with rich colors and European style architecture loaded with world-class charm. The exterior of the hotel has plush landscaping and gorgeous serene colored stone walls with interesting sloping roofs. A grand arch marks the entry into the hotel which looks more like a modern castle than a Texas hotel. The antique and stately feel of the hotel surprises guests with its large array of modern amenities.

The Rosewood Crescent Court has 191 rooms. The rooms range in size from 350 to 625 square feet and all have a living area and a bathtub. There are 29 suites in the Rosewood Crescent Court. The suites range in size from 770 to 3,035 square feet and some are equipped with private kitchens. There are several packages that can be purchased at the Rosewood Crescent Court to give guests a full luxury experience of what the hotel has to offer. The packages range in prices from $295 to $950. The least expensive package is the Crescent Getaway Day for Two which includes accommodations for one night, use of the facilities at the Crescent Spa, breakfast for two in the conservatory or room, and valet parking. The most expensive package is the Pamper Daily Package for Two. The Pampering package includes accommodations for one night, a bottle of champagne, breakfast and lunch for two, a hot rock massage, spa facial, and valet parking.

Most luxury hotels in the United States have a signature restaurant that focuses on American Cuisine but the Rosewood Crescent Court's signature restaurant specializes in Japanese food. The restaurant is called Nobu, and is open only for dinner from 6:00PM - 10:30PM. The Nobu also has a lounge that opens at 4:30PM for cocktails. The conservatory is also open daily and serves breakfast and lunch for guests of the Rosewood Crescent Court. The conservatory has a beautifully open environment and is located in a glass-encased sunroom that overlooks the Crescent Gardens.

The hotel is also equipped for corporate meetings, banquets, and wedding receptions. The Rosewood Crescent court has over 19,000 square-feet of meeting space in the Rosewood Crescent Court and expert conference, banquet, and event planning services are available upon request.

Overall, the Rosewood Crescent Court is an impressive hotel that can cater to the most discriminating guest. The hotel is both cozy and elegant and offers top notch service. When rated by reviewers and former guests the Rosewood Crescent Court consistently received high marks.

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