A baroque masterpiece opened in 1912, The hotel ushered in a grand new era of sophisticated Dallas lodging. Amid such treasures as early Flemish tapestries and a Victorian Steinway once owned by the Guggenheims, you can recall the splendor of bygone days and almost feel the presence of the famous guests who stayed here before you.
The Adolphus stands in the center of Dallas' financial district. Conveniently located at Commerce and Field, the hotel is just minutes away from the city's major business addresses, entertainment centers, and historical sites. Within walking distance are the Dallas Convention Center, Union Station, The Dallas Museum of Arts and Neiman Marcus.
The founder of The Adolphus, Missouri beer baron Adolphus Bush, chose to honor his adopted city with 21 stories of unabashed baroque splendor. Critics have called his Texas landmark 'the most beautiful building west of Venice" The Adolphus shines with $80 million worth of renovation and enhancements.
Exquisite set of objects of d'art meet the eye at every turn; nineteenth century Chinoiserie, a bronze dore Gueridon table, a pair of early Flemish tapestries, a Napoleon II oval mirror.The ornately carved Steinway once graced the New York home of the Guggenheim family. Scores of such treasures enrich the atmosphere of the Lobby, creating a museum-quality collection for its guests' enjoyment.