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They sold out of rooms and put us in the residences. My hair dryer broke and I kept being connected to stay Alfred when I paid for a room at the Statler hotel. I was never brought a hair dryer and I was late to my work meeting.
I liked the whole experience. Just wished out room had a better view.
That there wasn’t much view from our window.
I loved the design and the concept. I purposely booked this hotel because it is mid Century Modern and my boyfriend and I love that. I love that there was 50s and 60s music playing in the lobby and in the elevators, it was really cute and fun.
I booked a room with a large soaking tub because I am a bath taker and that is an unusual feature in a hotel room and I was excited to use it, unfortunately I never got to... Upon arriving, our ac was broken and our room was almost 90 degrees. I called down to the front desk, they said a technician would be right up, but 30 minutes had passed and we needed to start getting ready for our event, so we couldn't wait any longer. I had to go downstairs to ask for another room, explaining that we didn't have time to wait because we needed ro get ready. They switched our room and they were very nice and it was no problem, but the new room was no where near comparable. The new room was barely bigger than our king size bed and there was no tub, so that was an upgrade I paid for, for nothing. We stayed two nights, I didn't bother them to switch us again, it'd be too big of a hassle. There are also a couple of bars in the hotel that get jam packed at night with a bunch of kids at night (I am in my 30s, but they were early 20s) so, when we came back from our events each evening, it was like walking thru a dance club to get to the elevators. My preference is for a nicer, more established, upscale hotel feel and less of a Bourbon Street experience. Overall, I don't think I would stay there again, especially at that price. I am an Hilton Honors member and have been for almost a decade, but there are less expensive hotels that provide a better overall experience than this one did.
The decor of the hotel was neat, the valets were friendly and helpful. Having a nice soaker tub was a cool feature - swanky bathroom, too. The tech was neat they used in the room. The bed was comfy, headboard in the room was a nice padded wall that really made sitting in bed comfortably.
Overall it was goo, don't want to be a downer but it isn't a cheap place to stay so I'm a bit picky. The hotel can't help the noise - folks walking in the halls were incredibly rude and loud all night, but again not the hotel's fault! AC wasn't cooling as we had hoped, the bathtub drain was not fully closing so once you turned off the water it would slowly drain out. The minibar-fridge drawers needed repair, the edging had worn off and just looked bad. For a swanky hotel, it could have used some magic eraser on the walls, some minor repairs, and some carpet attention. Also, we only got two towels, washcloths, and hand towels for two people. You get more at a DoubleTree than that! We had to cut our trip short due to a family emergency or I would have complained but we were ready to go.
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In Dallas, Texas, guests can find out just why it has become one of the most popular cities to visit in Texas. The Statler Dallas Curio Collection by Hilton is one of the most exciting hotels in Dallas. It opened in 1956 and was renovated and re-opened in 2018. This 19-story hotel is one of the best places to stay in the downtown Dallas area.
With a roof top pool, fitness center, business center, meeting rooms, ATM, concierge, gift shop, snack shop, and room service, this hotel has all that guests want when it comes to a comfortable and stress-free stay.
Each room includes a work desk, Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions, iron, coffee maker, iron, luxurious bath amenities, in-room safes, and plush robes.
Guests can dine at one of the many restaurants here such as: Bourbon & Banter, Fine China, OverEasy, Scout, Waterproof, and r&b. The food and cocktails here are one of a kind and many local beers are served as well. Guests will get to taste and drink a little part of the Texas life.
There are many attractions nearby such as the airport, Dallas Farmers Market, Bishop Arts District, Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Zoo, and Klyde Warren Park. For those who love to shop, there are also quite a few malls in the area as well.
Guests will really enjoy this small taste of the city life and they will get to experience what it is like to be a part of Texas. Booking is simple and only takes a few minutes for guests to have a lifetime of memories.
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- Friendly atmosphere
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