The Adolphus: The Grande Dame of Dallas Hotels
Indulge yourself in the Gilded Age glamour of The Adolphus
in Dallas. This baroque masterpiece has been a legend among America's historic hotels since 1912, when St. Louis beer baron Adolphus Busch was approached by Dallas city founders to erect a luxury palace worthy of the Lone Star State. Style, elegance and grandeur blended together in 21 stories of unabashed beaux arts splendor that critics quickly named “the most beautiful building west of Venice.” A dynamic downtown location, central to all of its attractions, completes the picture and sets the stage for a truly extraordinary stay.
Throughout its history, luminaries such as Queen Elizabeth II, the Vanderbilts, Oscar de la Renta, Mary Tyler Moore, U2 and Babe Ruth have chosen The Adolphus as their Dallas home-away-from-home. They are drawn by its magic and majesty and charmed by its warm and gracious staff, who unfurl the red carpet for all who enter its gilded doors. This is hospitality of a by-gone age, tailored to individual tastes and desires.
You are cordially invited to personally experience The Adolphus and add a touch of European sophistication to your own Lone Star visit. We are confident you will be bewitched and beguiled by the "Grande Dame of Grand Hotels" - and join its legion of loyal fans.
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A Cherished National Landmark in the Grand Tradition of the Lone Star State
Impeccable service and imperial splendor make every stay at The Adolphus truly exceptional. Here, no expense is spared in making each guest feel welcome and at home. Book your reservations at this cherished Dallas historic hotel
directly through this site for exceptional rates.