Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas Irving
Worth Every Penn
My husband and I have visited this resort several times, over the last three years. I can't say enough about how wonderfully relaxing and beautiful the resort is. The grounds are gorgeous, the pool is beautiful. The spa is outstanding, even if you are just relaxing.
The service is unbeatable. They treat you like you are royalty. The food is expensive, but good. The rooms are nice, and we've only stayed in the standard rooms! The bathrooms are roomy, and the deep soaking tub is wonderful. They clean your room twice a day; it's easy to get spoiled.
Each time you leave the resort, they present you with a cold, bottled water.
But, what has meant the most to me about this resort, is this. Last summer, I mistakenly left my pearl necklace, earrings, and bracelt in the safe in our room. I didn't even realize I'd left them. Imagine my surprise, when the resort contacted my husband, to let us know the pearls had been found by the housekeeper. She discovered the safe was locked, and had a locksmith open it. The resort sent my jewerly, given to me on my wedding day, by FedEx, and I received it the next day.
Now, that is Service. And that is what you get with the Four Seasons!
My favorite hotel
We stayed here on our wedding night before we were to fly out to Maui for our honeymoon. They knew ahead of time that we were just married, so our room was fabulous! The decor was so beautiful. Our bed was like sleeping on clouds - so plush! There was a candle and rose petals around a large, deep tub and it was so pretty with all the marble. The owner even wrote a handwritten card welcoming us on our honeymoon and we had a plate of chocolates waiting for us - they even spelled out Congratulations on a piece of white chocolate with dark chocolate. We had a lovely patio and could see out to the pool area. We went to the hot tub and it was really nice. The lobby is just breathtaking - the floral arrangements are so beautiful! They really treated us like royalty. We will definitely go back.
Quite good but a little worn out.
Quite good but a little worn out.
I tried to book the best hotel in the DFW aera so I went for the Four Seasons. And indeed the hotel is pretty good, nevertheless you could spot its age pretty much everywhere. From worn out carpets to paint coming off in the bathroom. The health club equipment is at least 10 years old and the lobby hasn't really seen a big renovation yet.
Overall, the staff is attentive and competent but the building and furnishings would need some refreshing. Great hotel, but certainly not the best.
Did not want to leave
Keeping up the high standards of Four Seasons, this is a beautiful hotel with excellent service. We did not want to leave. Really it is a resort, with large pool, cabanas, tropical foliage, golf course. You may not want to get the lowest price level room - the rooms are all nice but these can have a lousy view of the roof. Spas are incredible! However, women's spa was crowded and noisy on weekends (husband golfers no doubt). For my money, probably the nicest hotel in Texas.
We stayed at the four seasons last year on a business trip and so far this is the nicest hotel we have found in Dallas. The pool was great and very relaxing. Plenty of room and privacy for all at the pool. The rooms were clean and fresh. The staff was friendly as all the four seasons. The shuttle driver was very helpful and accomodating. Restaurant was very good as well. However, not as good as the library restaurant at the Melrose hotel. My suggestion is stay at the four seasons and eat at the Melrose. Oh yeah-an amazing work-out facility-the best I have seen in any hotel.
This hotel is amazing!! Not only is the place beautiful but the staff takes care of you like you're the only person in the whole resort-which of course you're not. The place is quiet and out of the way, yet easily accesible to the rest of Dallas. Plus, the staff tells you, there's no reason to leave the resort. If i wasn't on a business trip, I wouldn't have. Next time I'm in Dallas, I'm definitely staying at the Four Seasons.
The Spa Experience
My mother treated me to a spa day at this Four Seasons for my birthday.
We had a WONDERFUL time! They fed you, pampered you, and everyone was nice. We had swedish, reflexology, and foot massage. You had access to the suana, steam room and spa all day. IT was like being in heaven!
They also had delicious spa snacks, fresh fruit, tea and water. After the massages and steam we had a facial and the facialist was the funnest woman you will ever meet. She talked me into getting my eyebrows plucked and it didn't even hurt! Everything was suprisingly reasonable for such an upscale place (I have been to a spa and paid 50$ just to get my eyebrows waxed and it wasn't even half as good!) and everyone was genuinely nice, not that fake "retail voice" nice that you see often in upscale locations.
6 Stars if I could give it! :)
Heaven on earth
I had the good fortune to stay at the Four Seasons for business for an entire week. I had enough spare time to enjoy all of the amenities including the phenomenal pool area (reminded me of Hawaii) and the TPC course there (eat your heart out - it was free golf for all guests that Friday). The food was great and the room was perfect. I managed to lock myself out of the room - too much sun - and was back in the room within 5 minutes after using the house phone. If you can afford it, book it. You won't be disappointed.
This hotel is absolutely stunning. One of the best hotels I haev stayed at. They pamper you here. The rooms are spacious and beautiful. They have many pools. It is close to everything and anything. If you have the chance to stay here, please do. It is absolutely a wonderful experience!
We enjoyed hearing Brad Williams play piano for Thanksgiving and Christmas brunch. Best atmosphere in Dallas hotels
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