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Step into Texas’s past and vibrant present at The Adolphus. The hotel’s original owner and namesake, brewing magnate Adolphus Busch, set out to build the first luxury hotel in Dallas in 1912. Sparing no cost, he modeled the Beaux Arts hotel after a Germanic castle, invoking nobility and romance at every turn. The Adolphus quickly became the hub of Dallas high society, welcoming dignitaries, celebrities and royalty to its graceful hall — an iconic facet of the city’s history and culture. And now, more than 100 years later, the Adolphus has been restored and reimagined for a new era of travelers, while continuing to embody the city’s unmistakable sense of style, entrepreneurial spirit, passion and luxury.

A skillful study in balancing heritage with contemporary design and amenities, The Adolphus remains the premier destination for elevated, authentic elegance in the city on the original site of city hall. Here, every room offers a unique take on Dallas style and the sensibilities of a European manor house, with soaring ceilings, rich leather chairs and fine linens.

Be it in The French Room, with its modern interpretations of classic French cuisine, at the bar, ordering a crafted cocktail from a seasoned mixologist, or taking in the sun at the rooftop pool, The Adolphus has always celebrated craftsmanship, hospitality and storytelling. We welcome you to take part in its latest chapter, and find a renewed sense of discovery at every turn.

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