The Crescent. Dallas doesn’t have the Plaza, but we do have our own homage to French architecture in the Rosewood Crescent Hotel. Book a room and let the kids channel their inner Eloise.
Be a fancy shopper. Head to the Neiman Marcus flagship store downtown for lunch at the Zodiac before riding the escalator to ogle the art and fashion.
Have a spot of tea. Every proper (or in Eloise’s case, not so proper) young lady knows that afternoon is tea time. Visit the Adolphus for a decadent four-course snack that includes fresh fruit, finger sandwiches, scones, and chocolate truffles.
Go to the “thee-ah-tah.” Who needs Broadway when you have the Arts District? Our show picks are Doctor Miracle or Fly.
Two words: room service
An Artsy Excursion
The Belmont Hotel. Located on a hilltop in North Oak Cliff, the renovated motor court has a view that can’t be beat. The surrounding area features an abundance of hip shops and restaurants.