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Hotel Review: The Crescent Court, Dallas

This luxury hotel is located in the heart of swanky Uptown Dallas, and only 5 minutes from the bustling Downtown. Which makes it perfectly positioned for leisure and business…at the same damn time. Dallas gets over looked when it comes to one of the most active and busy cities in the US, there is literally something to do on every corner.

From five star restaurants, at authentic BBQ joints, night clubs, parks, trolley rides, and live music, Dallas can be the perfect and quick weekend get away from any location in the US.

Why we love The Crescent Court:

  • The Property: First of all, it’s HUGE! It’s snuggled in the corner of Uptown but boast two large beautiful stone buildings separated by a double drive way and court yard. One building has guest rooms, and ladies, the other, IS THE SPA!! Say no more! The lobby is large and open with seasonal decorations and flowers that stretch through out, and the always hospitable lobby bar that makes for the perfect meeting place.
  • The Food: If you are a foodie, look no further than your own hotel! The Crescent Court offers 5 different restaurants. One of them being the very popular Nobu Sushi. But for you classic burger joint connoisseur, there is a Shake Shack right around the back of the hotel. There is also more than a handful of great food within walking distance. The Crescent also sits right along the free trolley line that runs from Uptown to Downtown every 15 minutes.
  • The Rooms: You know you are in the lap of luxury at The Crescent because the hotel offers more suites that it does standard rooms. There are 3 standard guest style rooms, and 7 different suite options. You can get a standard room that is 380 square feet, that comes with french doors in every one and a Juliet balcony. The suites range from 2 to 3 bed rooms to urban style lofts. There is something for every type of traveller and budget.

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