Historic buildings like the Magnolia Petroleum Company Building built in 1922 offer luxury accommodations to visitors of downtown Dallas. Now home to the Magnolia Hotel, this building features Pegasus and the Flying Red Horse. It was the city’s first skyscraper and the first high-rise in the country to have air conditioning.
Magnolia Hotel is located in downtown Dallas, ensuring visitors are able to enjoy time in the city. There is so much to see and do downtown, from exploring the Arts District to spending a day at the Dallas World Aquarium, located in the Historic West End District, which is within walking distance to the Magnolia Hotel.
Downtown Dallas is also home to the largest urban Arts District in the United States, and the Central Library holds an original Declaration of Independence and Shakespeare’s First Folio.
Easy-to-Use Public Transportation
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit or DART system includes both bus and light rail service. DART makes it easy to get around downtown. Simply stop into the DART Store at Akard Station (Pacific Avenue, between Akard and Field streets) for a system map and handy printed schedules. Another option for downtown travel is the M-Line Trolley, which is a classic streetcar. The trolley links the Arts District to the galleries, shops and cafés of Uptown and the West Village. The M-Line Trolley runs seven days a week.
Shopping and Dining
While staying in downtown Dallas, a visit to the flagship Neiman Marcus store on Main Street is a must. Plan to explore the many boutiques, vintage stores and the eclectic shops located in the Design District. There is Wild Bill’s Western Store on North Market Street and the Dallas Farmers Market on South Harwood Street.
Diverse dining options are just steps away from Magnolia Hotel. Enjoy cuisine that ranges from seafood to sushi and Texas-sourced Angus beef. Downtown restaurants include Chop House Burger, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, Dakota’s, the Dallas Fish Market, Wild Salsa and The Palm Dallas.
Dallas is centrally located, within a four-hour flight from most North American destinations, reports VisitDallas.com. To add to its accessibility, visitors to Dallas and downtown can use either the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport or the Dallas Love Field. Between these two airports, there are more than 2,000 flights every day. There is also convenient AMTRAK service. Union Station is less than one mile from the Magnolia Hotel.
To enjoy everything that Dallas offers, plan to stay at the Magnolia Hotel on Commerce Street, a downtown boutique hotel close to attractions, fine dining and shopping. Contact us today at Magnolia Hotel Dallas Downtown to book your stay.