Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This AAA 4-Diamond hotel hosted FDR and Tennessee Williams and is located in the ritzy Uptown neighborhood
- Originally a private residence, the hotel honors the opulent heritage with restored interiors and modern amenities
- All rooms have a private patio or balcony
- Guests can relax on the sundeck or take a dip in the outdoor pool
Once the private mansion of a cotton magnate, today the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is “the Dallas icon of luxury” (Travel + Leisure) playing host to politicians, celebrities and business tycoons. The elegant hotel is one of the city’s most striking properties, maintaining the original outdoor cupola, marble floors, stained glass and inlaid wood ceilings brought to Texas from European monasteries.
Guest rooms feel like private residences, tastefully appointed with built-n book shelves, plush seating, crown molding and natural wood accent walls. French doors open to private balconies with views of the surrounding tree-lined streets. Take advantage of the complimentary Lexus to ferry visitors to destinations within five miles.
The Mansion Restaurant offers modern French cuisine an the opulent dining room, and overnight guests have the option of ordering room service. The wellness studio features a fitness center, outdoor pool, saunas, steam rooms and massage services.