Adolphus

The hotel provides the public with little information about its history. Our team researches the hotel's past, from the very beginning, verifying its exact opening date and providing an overview of its history up to the present day.?If you have any useful information and would like to share it, please send it to [email protected]?Thank you
The hotel provides the public with little information about its history. Our team researches the hotel's past, from the very beginning, verifying its exact opening date and providing an overview of its history up to the present day.?If you have any useful information and would like to share it, please send it to [email protected]?Thank you This is what we know so far (attention: unverified history!) 1912: The Adolphus is to Dallas what the Tower is To London,...Creator, beer baron Adolphus Busch, the hotel has been called 'the most beautiful building west of Venice',a Beaux Arts Hotel. The Adolphus was built in 1912 on the former site of Dallas' City Hall at an original cost of nearly two million dollars. It was said that Adolphus Busch didn't fight city hall, he bought it. Always innovative, The Adolphus was the tallest building in Texas at the time and was the first hotel in the world to offer central air conditioning. The Adolphus has always hosted the rich and famous, from presidents to royalty, and from entertainers to sports legends. 1980: The Adolphus became the flagship hotel in the Noble House Collection. It was completely restored in 1981 at a cost of some $80 million.
What a pleasant surprise it was for guests to find in their room a tap from which ice-chilled Budweiser flowed in an endless stream. It was supplied by the Budweiser family.
Managed by: Noble House Hotels & Resorts
422 / 17 suites; high speed internet service Rooms
The French Room, French cuisine under a 18 foot domed ceiling adorned with frescoes The Bistro, contemporary American cuisine in a casual setting Walt Garrison Rodeo Bar and Grill, serving the perfect Dallas steak, beef brisket sandwich or a spicy quesadilla Lobby Living Room, enjoy the civilized art of afternoon tea in a place filled with classical art, Queen Anne furnishings and the graceful notes of an 1893 Steinway, once owned by the Guggenheims
Our conventions and conferences centers combine historic elegance with modern amenities to create productive, stimulating settings. Over 24,000 square feet of flexible convention, conference or meeting space, including the 5,300 square foot Grand Ballroom. 22 meeting rooms
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Adolphus
Country: USA
City: Dallas
Opening date: 1912

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General Manager Tom Garcia

Coordinates

1321 Commerce Street
TX 75202 USA, Dallas

Tel: +1-214-742 8200
Fax: +1-214-651 3563

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