The Adolphus Hotel, a downtown historic hotel in Dallas, Texas, is located in the heart of the city's business district, close to the Convention Center and the Arts District. The Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Farmers’ Market and Dallas Museum of Art are situated half a mile from the hotel. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is within three blocks.
The French Room chefs prepare dishes using seasonal ingredients in a fine-dining atmosphere that includes crystal chandeliers, domed ceilings, and cherub-adorned murals. This formal-attire restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday though Saturday evenings. Reservations are required. The Bistro and the Walt Garrison Rodeo Bar & Grill offer dining from menus that feature Texas favorites. Afternoon tea is served in the Lobby Living Room amid Queen Anne furnishings. Positioned in the Lobby Living Room, an 1893 Victorian Steinway piano was formerly owned by the Guggenheims. More than 24,000 square feet of function space includes the 5,300-square-foot Grand Ballroom. A staffed business center houses 6 computer stations and offers a full range of business services. Wireless Internet access is available in some public areas for a surcharge. A gift shop stocks everything from whimsical tea pots to premium cigars. The 24-hour fitness center contains cardiovascular and weight-training equipment.
The Adolphus Hotel offers 422 accommodations distributed on 23 floors. Guestrooms include antique furnishings, separate sitting areas, and walk-in closets. Beds feature pillowtop mattresses, 250-thread count cotton sheets, feather pillows, and French-designed bedspreads. Marble bathrooms contain deep bathtubs and separate showers, or shower/tub combinations. Bathrooms feature curved shower rods, rain-forest showerheads, makeup mirrors and brass-accented fixtures. Rooms include flat-screen televisions, DVD and CD players, and high-speed wired and wireless Internet access (surcharge).