Ridiculous Hotel Rooms

Inside the most expensive and exclusive hotel suites in Dallas

The Penthouse Suite at The Joule in Dallas
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Hotel Zaza, Suites, Bungalows, Dallas
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Four Seasons, Las Colinas, Dallas, Hotels
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W Dallas, Victory Hotel, Extreme Wow Suite
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The Crescent Presidential Suite, The Crescent, Dallas, Hotels, Suites
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Ritz Carlton Suite, Dallas, Hotels
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The Omni, Presidential Suite, Dallas, Hotel Suites
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terrace suite, mansion on turtle creek, dallas suites
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warwick melrose hotel, dallas, hotel suites
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Hotel Palomar, Dallas, suites, dallas suites, luxury hotels
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nylo southside, dallas suites
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Dallas is home to some of the best hotels in the world. That said, not all rooms in these hotels are created equal.

Here's a look inside many of the most exclusive hotel suites in the city, where the amenities are endless and the interiors are divine. So what are you waiting for? Let the voyeurism begin.


Loft Penthouse at The Joule

Fresh off a renovation, The Joule hotel downtown has debuted three new ultra-luxe penthouse suites, and they are, as expected, second-to-none.

This 2,312-square-foot, multilevel stunner, designed by Adam Tihany, features a floating glass staircase, museum-quality art, two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, full kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, dining and living rooms, and a 600-square-foot private roof terrace overlooking the Dallas skyline.

It'll set you back: $10,000/night

Hotel ZaZa Bungalow 8

Located in the State Thomas neighborhood in Uptown Dallas, this expansive, beautifully appointed two-bedroom bungalow — one of a series — features two plush bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a full marble kitchen with seating for up to six guests. A dramatic stairway, brick walls, hardwood floors and an impeccably furnished dining area round out the refined atmosphere.

It'll set you back: $2,100/night

Premier Villa Suite at Four Seasons Resort & Club at Las Colinas

This 1,525-square-foot, split-level suite is comfortably chic. Traditional furnishings, marble bathroom, vaulted ceilings and spacious separate dining area help you feel right at home. The lower level features an oversized patio looking out on the lake and the 18th fairway of the golf course.

It'll set you back: $3,200/night

Extreme Wow Suite at W Dallas-Victory

The private terrace of this 15th floor suite overlooks downtown Dallas and American Airlines Center. With more than 1,300 square feet, the Extreme Wow Suite features a king-sized bed with pillow-top mattress; master bath with deep soaking tub, separate shower and double vanity; six-seat dining table; kitchen and wet bar; and living room with 60-inch plasma TV.

Its Victory Park location puts you in the heart of the action, especially around game time.

It'll set you back: If you have to ask, you can't afford it. (However, to find out, you must call 214-397-4100.)

Presidential Suite at Rosewood Crescent Hotel

Upon entering the 2,275-square-foot suite, guests are greeted with a spacious entry foyer, wet bar and powder room. We love it already.

The residential parlor features dining and living areas and sweeping picture windows that overlook the hotel grounds. The first-floor master suite boasts a king bed; private sun room; Juliet balcony; and luxurious marble bathroom with double sinks, soaking tub, separate walk-in shower and dressing area with walk-in closet.

Upstairs, the guest bedroom offers two full beds and a bathroom with soaking tub, walk-in shower and separate vanity area.

It'll set you back: $3,000/night

Penthouse Suite at Ritz-Carlton, Dallas

This ritzy penthouse has a master bedroom, spacious living room with vaulted ceilings, private study and separate dining room for eight. Who would want to go home?

In the master bath there are two vanities and TVs, Whirlpool and experience shower, and separate powder room. Another special feature is the pantry and kitchen area with private service entrance. The suite also connects to additional luxury rooms, if desired.

It'll set you back: $5,000/night

Presidential Suite at Omni Dallas

This contemporary 1,805-square-foot pad includes an impressive see-through fireplace in the entry, king guestroom and large living area with panoramic views of the Dallas skyline.

The expansive guest room has a private sitting area, walk-in closet, and bathroom with walk-in shower and bathtub. Local artwork displayed throughout honors the city's unique style.

It'll set you back: $1,499/night

Terrace Suite at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Because it's nestled in a more residential area, this hotel feels like an escape within the city. And if you're going to escape, you might as well do it in a 1,350-square-foot suite on the top floor.

Although it boasts a king bedroom, living area, six-person dining area, fully equipped kitchen and powder room, our favorite feature is the 1,300-square-foot terrace especially suited for entertaining.

Of course, after a night of playing host on your private terrace, you can retreat to your soaking tub to unwind.

It'll set you back: $3,000/night

Presidential Suite at Warwick Melrose Hotel

Hosting an exclusive dinner party? This 1,500-square-foot suite features a fully equipped kitchen along with a private dining area for eight replete with an impressive crystal chandelier.

An intimate evening awaits in the private bedroom with king-sized bed, garden tub and separate shower. It can be expanded into a two-bedroom suite for a fee.

It'll set you back: $1,500/night

Presidential Suite at Hotel Palomar

If you prefer to stay outside of the hustle and bustle of downtown or Uptown, this sweet, 1,500-square-foot suite, just down the street from SMU, features two bedrooms, living room and dining room for stylish entertaining.

One bedroom has a king bed, the other has two double beds and the sofa is a queen sleeper. This calls for a sleepover, especially when you consider this suite includes complimentary evening wine hours.

It'll set you back: $900-$2,000/night, depending on season

Skyline Suite at NYLO Southside

If you prefer something with an urban edge, two connecting lofts make one spacious, 1,100-square-foot industrial oasis with two full bathrooms, 10-plus-foot ceilings, polished concrete floors, multiple 42-inch plasma TVs and, most important, large windows through which to view the spectacular Dallas skyline.

Plus, you might be able to afford this one.

It'll set you back: Starts at $498/night