Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh stands in the Uptown district of Dallas, Texas. American Airlines Center, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Meyerson Symphony Center are positioned 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) away. Dallas Love Field is located 5 miles (8 kilometers) from this property.
Constructed in 1923, Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh underwent a 36 million dollar renovation in 2008 which recaptured the Art Deco spirit of Dorothy Draper's original design. The lobby features marble pillars, hand-blown glass chandeliers, an original ironwork Art Deco-designed staircase, and a collection of works crafted by Texas artisans.
A fitness center houses 4 resistance machines and 6 TV-mounted, iPod-compatible cardiovascular machines. An onsite restaurant, T/X, serves Texas-inspired cuisine for lunch and dinner with signature cocktails and an eclectic wine list. There is wireless Internet access (fees apply) throughout the hotel and a 24-hour business center.
The 5,200-square-foot (483-square-meter) Spa at The Stoneleigh specializes in both traditional and holistic therapies. The spa provides Experience 5-jet showers, relaxation rooms, a hair and nail salon, and 7 massage treatment rooms.
Le Méridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh offers 170 guestrooms and suites distributed on 11 floors. Accommodations overlook the Uptown residential and entertainment districts. The guestrooms, designed by Forrest Perkins, are decorated in Art Deco style and display original Texas artwork. Custom mahogany furniture features marble-topped surfaces. Beds are draped with 300-thread-count sheets, down comforters, and custom throw pillows. Guestrooms and suites are offered in teal or cinnamon-red color schemes. Bathrooms feature black and white Calcutta marble floors, marble-topped vanities, chrome fixtures, and weight scales. Bathrooms are stocked with Baronessa Cali Oliva toiletries. Suites include sleeper sofas and swivel-mounted, flat-panel TVs.