Whether you plan to travel to Dallas for business or pleasure, staying in a hotel room with a balcony can make for a much better stay. After a long day of exploring the city’s top attractions, you can look forward to relaxing outside, often with a great view. As it can be difficult to scope out just which hotels offer balconies in any given city, this list will take most of the effort out of that by providing the top balcony hotels in Dallas.
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Located in the trendy Uptown district, Hotel ZaZa offers an upscale boutique stay with both fun themed rooms like Medusa, Zen and Erotica, and suites rooted in geographical themes like Africa and Texas, along with non-themed options that include Premium Balcony rooms. Each one includes air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, iPod dock, well-stocked minibars, coffeemakers and safes. The property also has a seasonal pool where DJs perform on weekends, the Zaspa spa which offers facials, scrubs and massages, as well as a fitness center. The on-site Dragonfly restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and it has a lively bar scene too.
Located in the heart of downtown within walking distance of practically everything, The Joule offers a trendy, upscale stay with fun and funky decor and accommodation that includes suites with a 60-square-foot balcony showcasing picturesque views. The Terrace Suite also comes with a selection of TASCHEN books, a rain shower, spa amenities, iPod docking station, and 47″ flat-screen TV with Apple TV. The property itself has a fabulous rooftop infinity pool and a lavish spa offering a wide array of treatment options.
The Statler Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton sits in a landmark building downtown, a mile from the Kennedy exhibits at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. It not only offers a wide range of amenities, like an outdoor pool, spa, bowling alley, fitness center and game room, but luxurious accommodation options, including the Jackson Suite. This suite has 750 square feet of space, floor-to-ceiling windows, a wet bar and a separate living area, and a personal balcony for enjoy the sights of the city. All come with free Wi-Fi and smart TVs, minibars and Nespresso machines, while room service is available 24/7. The hotel hosts multiple dining options too, including a fine-dining Asian restaurant, a diner, and an eatery with bowling that features regular live music too.
Hyatt Regency Dallas is a high-rise that sits across from Union Station, close to Reunion Tower. Among its elegant rooms are balcony options, including a 980-square-foot Terrace Suite with access to a 7,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with a view of Reunion Tower that’s large enough for small parties. It also includes a kitchenette with a sink, island, coffeemaker and refrigerator, a pull-out sofa, dining table and 65″ flat-screen TVs. The hotel has a sundeck and outdoor pool, 24-hour gym and a number of dining options, including a Wolfgang Puck restaurant with panoramic city views.
This all-suite hotel Sheraton Suites Market Center is just across from the Dallas World Trade Center and offers extra-spacious, contemporary suites that come with a balcony, two flat-screen TVs, a mini-fridge, coffeemaker and microwave. Guests can also enjoy swimming in the outdoor pool and taking advantage of the 24-hour fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights. The farm-to-table Arbor Kitchen restaurant is on-site offering seasonal menus, and there are plenty of dining options in the area nearby.
Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek is located within two miles of both the American Airlines Center and ATT Performing Arts Center. It was the home of a Texas cotton mogul before being transformed into a beautiful hotel back in 1981. It has the feel of an Italian villa, while French doors open to walk-out balconies in every room. Each one also includes free Wi-Fi, flat-screen cable TVs, minibars, room service and Tempur-Pedic beds with Egyptian cotton sheets. There’s also a fine-dining restaurant with outdoor seating serving American fare with French influences, an outdoor pool and hot tub, fitness area, steam room and a sauna as well as complimentary local car service.
The Lumen, located directly across from Southern Methodist University, was transformed from a charming 1960s motel to a modern boutique retreat that offers a great pool scene with a year-round pool, cabanas and an outdoor fireplace as well as a lovely furnished rooftop terrace. Guests also enjoy free bike rentals for exploring the area and a daily wine tasting hour. Some of its suites come with terraces, while all feature plush tiger-print terry robes, yoga mats, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. There’s also a four-star restaurant, The Front Room Tavern and a work out facility.
Located about a 20-minute drive northwest of downtown Dallas in Irving, Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is renowned for its sports facilities, complete with an 18-hole championship golf course along with outdoor and indoor tennis courts. There’s a full-service European-style spa with its own pool and café, multiple restaurants and lounges, including the popular New American-style Café on the Green. Its Premier Tower Golf View Rooms are nestled in the corners of the nine-story tower, providing sweeping vistas of the golf course and main pool from both private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. Each one also includes flat-screen TVs, desks, free Wi-Fi and marble bathrooms. Suites and villas add kitchenettes, dining areas, fireplaces and private patios.