The Joule Dallas is a true designer hotel located in Dallas. The hotel is situated in the historic area of the city near the Dallas Museum of Art and hundreds of shopping and entertainment options. The hotel is located in a historic building constructed in the 1920's. The Joule Dallas has a Neo-Gothic facade that introduces people to its 10-story tower. The facade is brilliantly lit at night and adds a modern touch to the antique style architecture. The Joule Hotel was constructed in 1927 and originally served as the Dallas National Bank Building prior to its conversion to a designer hotel.
The first thing guests see when they enter the Joule Hotel is the elegant ambiance and stunning lobby. The hotel was designed by Adam Tihany, a world famous interior designer and architect who was named one of the greatest designers of all time in 2001. The lobby is decorated in a multi-faceted style that uses a contrast between bright and soothing colors and different geometric shapes and patterns to add an eclectic vibe. Features like an amazing rooftop pool and sauna have garnered high marks from those who have stayed at the hotel. Former guests of the Joule Hotel have praised the superbly decorated rooms and deep Jacuzzi tubs.
The guest rooms, duplex suites, and penthouses located in the Joule Hotel are sleek with designer furniture and high end finishes. The rooms are decorated in deep blue, grey, and burgundy-tone rooms. Joule Dallas has exactly 129 rooms. The walls of each room are decorated with black and white photography of downtown Dallas. The features and amenities that comes with each room is incredibly extensive. Rooms are equipped with all of the standard amenities that are provided in most hotel rooms but has a list that is extended for guests with discriminating taste. Guest rooms have Jacuzzi tubs, ergonomic chairs, rainforest showers, and satellite channels.
Charlie Palmer (named after the restaurant's executive chef) is the Hotel's signature restaurant and has created a distinctive American menu that allows diners the freedom to customize their selections. The restaurant has a setting of casual sophistication and serves the lobby and poolside bars as well. The restaurant is decorated with the same eclectic flair as the rest of the Joules hotel. Charlie Palmer at the Joule Hotel has been awarded "Best Wine List" and "Best New Restaurant" from the Dallas Observer.
There are many local attractions within a two mile radius of the Joule Hotel. The Dallas Museum of Art, Flower Gallery, First Presbyterian Church of Dallas, Dallas World Aquarium, and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center are all within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel is in a great location for guests who want easy access to explore Dallas without having to travel far. A stay at The Joule starts at $380 per night.
Cats and dogs are allowed in the hotel but must weigh under forty pounds. Guests with pets must sign a waiver at check in and no pet deposit is necessary.
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