Urban brick- and loft-style 4-star hotel decorated with colorful, vibrant local art sits minutes away from the Dallas Arts District
Hotel at a Glance: Canvas Hotel Dallas
Located near the Dallas Arts District, the 4-star Canvas Hotel Dallas is a seamless blend of industrial elements and custom designs. Reimagined from South Dallas boutique design firm Studio 11 Design, the 76-room hotel occupies a century-old brick building outfitted with retro furnishings and tons of local artwork. Its prime location makes it a gateway to the arts district, which is home to cultural attractions like the Meyerson Symphony Center and Winspear Opera House.
- Included with this deal: daily parking
- Loft-style rooms include 12-foot ceilings, large windows that let natural light in, and colorful art.
- 360-degree skyline views at Gallery Rooftop Lounge, a scenic spot with a heated infinity pool and drinks and light bites
- Chef’s Palette serves colorful and inventive dishes like fluffy lemon-blueberry pancakes and savory beef short ribs.
- In the neighborhood: Guests can catch concerts at Gilley’s Dallas venues, or view some of the 24,000 works at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Dallas, Texas: Rejuvenated Urban Districts and Historical Parks
Though some know Dallas only for the massive AT&T Stadium (which is actually in Arlington), the city is also an enclave of arts and nature, overflowing with botanical gardens, art galleries, and live theater. Historic Main Street connects many of the city’s recently rejuvenated urban districts, as well as the popular Main Street Garden, a block-long public park surrounded by architecturally significant buildings.
A short walk from downtown Dallas, you’ll find horse-drawn carriages clopping along brick streets in the city’s historic West End district, which dates back to the 19th century. This part of the city also contains Dealey Plaza, where President Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. At The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, housed in the former Texas School Book Depository, you can visit the spot where Lee Harvey Oswald is believed to have shot at Kennedy’s presidential motorcade.