Dating back to 1922, the Magnolia is a 22-storey Beaux-Arts style hotel created in the former Magnolia Petroleum Company Building. Topped with a landmark rooftop neon Pegasus, the Magnolia is situated in the heart of downtown Dallas, within walking distance of the light railway and some of Dallas’s best attractions, including the Dallas World Aquarium, Arboretum and Zoo, the Cowboys Stadium, home of `the legendary Dallas Cowboys, as well as the city’s great shopping opportunities, including the flagship Neiman Marcus,
The Magnolia building was the first high-rise to have air conditioning in the United States, and its standards of comfort have not diminished over the years. All of the spacious modern rooms and suites have high ceilings, and are attractively decorated in ca clean contemporary style in a restful neutral palette. Mod cons include, as well as air con of course, high speed Wi-Fi, flat screen TV, in room tea and coffee, mini bar iron and ironing board, and an executive work space as well as big comfortable armchairs. There are king size and twin bed with custom Magnolia bedding, and large well appointed bathrooms with oversized soaking tubs as well as showers. Suties also feature a large fully fitted kitchen, living and dining rooms, making them ideal for extended holidays or business trips. There is a special package available for extended stays, which includes a discount, laundry and valet services and complimentary parking.
The hotel has a 24-hour fitness room, so you can keep up your work-outs while you’re away. There are extensive business facilities for conferences, meetings and events, as well as a full wedding planning service if you fancy a full-scale Texas wedding ceremony with 225 guests in the Pegasus Grand Ballroom or the Magnolia Club, while the Atrium level can accommodate up to 100 guests for a smaller affair. The 24-hour oncierge desk is on hand 24 hours a day to help arrange your tours and excursions, from Dallwas World Aquarium and the Zoo, to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Old Red Museum of Dallas County. For culture vultures, there is the Dallas Symphony ORchestea and Opera and the Museum of Art, and for retail therapy there’s Galelria Dallas, Grapevine Mills and Highland Park Village to name a few. The hotel also runs a limo and airport shuttle service to make getting around easier.
The Lounge at Magnolia serves an international a la cart breakfast, lunch and dinner and in-room nightly dinner from 4pm, and there’s a Lounge Drinks Special menu featuring different cocktails and drinks daily.
1401 Commerce St,Dallas, TXUSA