Perfectly situated in the heart of Dallas, the Hotel Crescent Court is a 7 floor hotel situated a short distance away from Love Field Airport, Dallas City Hall, and the Dallas Holocaust museum yet within walking distance to the center of the city making it a perfect spot for both business and leisure activities.  Though it opened its doors in 1985, they recently went under a multi million dollar renovation.  

Their spacious 625 square foot suites have sweeping views over downtown with all the comforts of home.  This beautiful suite features a sprawling living room, incredible bedroom and a luxuriously appointed bathroom with both a bathtub and a shower. Personal touches include a monogrammed pillow with your initials (at an additional cost) and a heavenly bed to have a blissful rest.  

 

 

After settling properly in your beautiful suite, I would recommend dining at the Five Sixty Restaurant (fivesixtyrestaurant), an incredible Japanese restaurant with 360 degree views on top of the Reunion Tower.  Located only 30min from the hotel, you can enjoy delectable dishes including a tasting menu of five courses made by the talented Executive Chef Jacob Williamson and Pastry Chef Erika Lucio. This is a MUST DO while visiting Dallas.

After a blissful sleep, awake your senses with a private yoga class in the beautiful Garden Room or start your day with a delicious breakfast in The Conservatory’s alfresco courtyard restaurant located in the Hotel Crescent Court, that will start your day right. Highlights from the menu include the sharable cinnamon roll and egg white omelette.

 

 

What would be a getaway without a spa treatment? Indulge in a Crescent Signature Massage at the newly renovated 22,000 square foot spa and fitness center. It includes 16 treatment rooms, men’s and women’s lounges, a whirlpool with a hot and cold dip, relaxation rooms, and a couple’s suite. Other amenities i nclude a nail salon with multiple manicure and pedicure stations, a spa lounge, retail space, and wellness center featuring TechnoGym equipment. Rejuvenate with the Crescent Signature Massage that is customized treatment specifically designed for your needs. 

For casual dining, venture to the Crescent Court’s complex and check out Moxie’s Bar & Grill restaurant, owned by Dallas owner and hockey fanatic, Tom Gaglardi. Every dish is house made with fresh local ingredients.

 

 

While there’s plenty of exciting activities to fill your day, here are some of my favorite hot spots. Discover the best brewpub of the city, called BrainDead Brewing.  Experience a Texas Rangers game, just for the fun of it.  Explore the cultural side of Dallas in the iconic neighborhoods of Deep Ellum & The Dallas Arts District home to colorful street art.  And learn more about the city at the Dallas Museum of Art. Dine at the exquisite and exclusive enclaves of The Crescent Club, that’s reserved for members and hotel guests only.

 

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