Hotel Reviews

Suite Experience: Hotel Crescent Court

It’s been a while since I’ve written a hotel review. Lately, I’ve been skipping out on luxury hotels and opting for more local experiences – checking into cozy AirBnBs, spending nights at rooftop restaurants instead of pricy balconies, randomly booking suspiciously cheap accommodations online.

To be honest, hotels are always last on my mind when I’m traveling. I plan everything and then – bam – I realize I have to spend the night somewhere other than my car.

Hotel Crescent Court reminded me why I love luxury hotels so much. They offer an escape. After a week of answering emails, editing pictures, and late night writing, I just wanted some rest and relaxation – staycation style.

I put away all my electronics during this visit. Well, I recorded the experience on Instagram stories. And I took pictures.

Let me start again, I switched off my laptop during my visit.

A gift of luxury, wrapped in Southern hospitality, Hotel Crescent Court is a soft palleted escape. With over 200 rooms, the hotel is a decked out fantasy dream. It’s a rich medley of European styles – slate from Wales, flooring from Italy, counters from Spain.

Even though Hotel Crescent Court is centrally located, it feels hidden in the thick of Dallas traffic. Sheltered by quiet side streets, large trees, and a luxury shopping complex (also part of the hotel), Hotel Crescent Court is an intimate and romantic escape.

I spent the day window-shopping, unwinding, sipping coffee (skip Starbucks and head to Ascension). I forgot all about my car and let the prettiness of the hotel completely consume me.

The hotel offers stunning views of Dallas proper. From the gated walks, you can see peaks of high-rise buildings and glass windows.

On a chilly day, it’s the perfect walk. We hold hands, skip through the complex (once – no, twice), and let our fingers warm up above the fireplace.

To be honest, if I didn’t have a tendency to migrate, I’d never leave.

There are restaurants here (Sixty Vines and Moxies are two personal favorites), shopping complexes, walking districts, and amazing Uptown Dallas sights. If the apocalypse happened, Hotel Crescent Court would be my first choice hiding place.

But I have to leave. As much as I would love to spend a night at the hotel, I live ten minutes away. My wallet would strangle me if I spent so much on a getaway so close to my home.

Besides, I still have to save up for my Central America trip…

Booking Information: If you’re planning a trip to Dallas, you can book a stay at Hotel Crescent Court here.

Did you enjoy this post on the Hotel Crescent Court? Would you ever consider staying here? Let me know in the comments below! 

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10 Comments

  • Reply
    Deborah
    December 29, 2018 at 11:43 PM

    This sounds like an excellent hotel. Though I’ve never been to Dallas, it is now on my list of places to visit because I love luxury hotels.

    • Reply
      anshula.varma
      January 14, 2019 at 2:02 PM

      Oh, that’s wonderful! I adore luxury hotels too! They always have the best attention to detail! xx – Anshula

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    Sharad
    December 29, 2018 at 11:47 PM

    I really liked your short and crisp review of Hotel Crescent ! Would love to stay there if ever I visit Dallas ! Great tip there of skipping Starbucks and to try out something new ! Keep travelling so we get to see these beautiful reviews buddy

    • Reply
      anshula.varma
      January 14, 2019 at 2:02 PM

      Oh, thanks Sharad! That means a lot to me! Will do. xx – Anshula

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    Courtney
    December 30, 2018 at 12:25 PM

    This made me want to visit Dallas! I will def keep this on my radar for sometime in the future. Great post!

    • Reply
      anshula.varma
      January 14, 2019 at 2:03 PM

      Thanks, Courtney! This is a very unique hotel to visit in the Dallas area (and my favorite) xx – Anshula

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    Niaz
    January 1, 2019 at 10:54 AM

    As usual, this made me curious, and the name of the hotel itself tells a lot to visit.

    • Reply
      anshula.varma
      January 14, 2019 at 2:03 PM

      The name is absolutely beautiful. Very dreamy. xx – Anshula

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    Adnan
    January 1, 2019 at 1:50 PM

    You summed it up beautifully. I don’t travel much but this review wants me to pull the trigger and start visiting some places.

    • Reply
      anshula.varma
      January 14, 2019 at 2:04 PM

      Oh, you should! There are probably some amazing sites in your hometown that you can start by visiting! xx – Anshula

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