Tucked away in the lush residential neighborhood of Turtle Creek, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is far from resembling any other Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel. From its strong history and its iconic architecture to its fabulous restaurant and its hospitable staff, the Mansion is in a league of its own. The moment you roll onto its cobblestone driveway, this Dallas hotel will steal your heart.
Housed in what was once the historic home of a cotton magnate, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is the crème de la crème of Dallas hotels. Rebuilt in the 1920s, the home rose to a whole new level with its 16th-century Italian Renaissance-style structure. Quickly becoming the city’s most sought after estates, the home changed hands multiple times, housing everything from families to oil company headquarters. It wasn’t until 1979 that the legendary Dallasite, Caroline Rose Hunt purchased the estate and transformed it into the grandiose property it is today — after a hefty $21 million, two-year facelift that is. Originally starting as just a restaurant, Rosewood Property Company soon added the luxury Dallas hotel to the Mansion. And the rest is history — well at least that brings us up to its modern day splendor.
Sure the rich history — and quite rich it is — is fabulous, but that’s not the only thing that sets Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek apart. Every time we pull into the driveway, the stunning architecture continues to take our breath away. From its signature awnings to its 32-foot-high marble rotunda, physically, the Mansion is spectacular.
And that brings us to why it is unique without its physical appearance. Stepping out of your car, with the valet attendants eagerly awaiting your arrival, you’ll feel at home—if your home were a mansion. The concierge is there to grant your every wish, making your stay that much more relaxing.
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek lies in the heart of one of Dallas’ most charming and elite neighborhoods. With that location comes picturesque scenery and, better yet, easy access to just about everything that the Big D has to offer. Just a few miles from the smaller of the two Dallas airports, Love Field, navigating your way around town is simple when you stay at the Mansion, especially with its complimentary sedan service within a five-mile radius.
Your stay at the luxury Dallas hotel will be as luxurious and comfortable as you would expect from a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star property; but it will also be as personal and inviting as a boutique hotel. This Dallas icon is definitely an experience to be had.