Rosewood Mansion On Turtle Creek
2821 Turtle Creek Blvd, Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 559-2100Add Hours
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The room rates listed are double occupancy per room unless otherwise stated and exclude tax recovery charges and service fees.
Property Location With a stay at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas (Oak Lawn), you'll be convenient to Magnolia Theater and American Airlines Center. This 5-star hotel is close to Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and Dallas World Aquarium.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 143 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and plasma televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming provides entertainment. Bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including a 24-hour health club and a steam room. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge). Guests can get around on the complimentary shuttle, which operates within 5 mi.
Dining Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and limo/town car service. Planning an event in Dallas? This hotel has 6000 square feet (557 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms.
Price Range : Average
Property Amenities: Elevator/lift, Breakfast available (surcharge), Safe-deposit box at front desk, Babysitting or childcare (surcharge), Steam room, 24-hour business center, 24-hour front desk, Spa services on site, ATM/banking, Wedding services, Conference space, Tours/ticket assistance, Spa treatment room(s), 24-hour health club, Multilingual staff, Express check-out, Fireplace in lobby, Porter/bellhop, Terrace, Bar/lounge, Restaurant, Concierge services, Limo or Town Car service available, Meeting rooms, Dry cleaning/laundry service, Luggage storage
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08/31/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My girlfriend and I came here for restaurant week. While I have had drinks at the bar previously, neither she nor I had ever dined here. Upon our entry, Adam, the host, made us feel very welcome and sat us in the main dining room. After our water glasses were filled, we were greeted by Susan, our waitress for the rest of the evening.
What surprised us immediately, was the way that the Mansion managed to be classy without being stuffy. Sure, the place looks nice and you'd feel out of place in Jeans and a T-shirt; however, nothing about the service came across as overly formal. We felt very comfortable throughout our long evening.
We both opted for the 3 course wine pairing with our meals, and boy am I glad we did! My appetizer was a watermelon salad with slices of fried prosciutto matched with an Austrian Gruner Veltliner. I thought the match sounded odd, as the GV is a very dry wine. However, it worked perfectly. The pours were generous without being over the top ~4 oz per glass. Without boring you with every detail of every course, let me summarize it by saying it was all well-conceived, well-executed, with great wine matches and attentive service.
This is without a doubt, the best restaurant I have eaten at in my eight years in Dallas - and probably one of the top 20 in the US. When you have an important event and don't mind spending some money, this would be the place to go. Very classy. Just don't expect HUGE portions and you will love it.
If you're wondering about the one and two star reviews, don't worry. Click on those reviewers and you will find that they have not reviewed anything else. Don't put too much weight on their reviews - I would not be surprised if it's jealous competitors or upset ex-employees.
12/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant and its staff are the most amazing combination in exquisite dining I have ever seen. The service was impeccable, the food was something I'd only dreamed of, and the ambiance was divine! No matter where you sit in the Mansion restaurant you will be pleased however, I highly recommend reserving the Chef's Room. You pay more but it is so very worth it! We left feeling MORE than satisfied, knowing we got exactly what we paid for. We plan to go back regularly. If you're thinking of going to this restaurant, you won't be sorry! Although, once you get there and experience it for yourself, you'll be sorry you didn't discover it sooner!
11/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The mansion is really nice and they take care of everything. It is definitely pricy but I would say it is worth it as a splurge hotel. Dallas does not have a real central area or geographic feature that hotels need to be near to be nice, the Mansion just tries to take care of everything you might need and make itself nice that way and it really does a good job.
11/09/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My family went to the restaurant to celebrate my husband's birthday. Although reservations had been made far in advance, they had no table set up for us. We were told there was no room in the main dining room so they put us on the enclosed porch. Men were power washing the porch and the furniture and we asked not to be seated there. The hostess looked annoyed and took us back to the main room, which had several empty tables,. and we were made to wait while they set one up. My daughter ordered the serveche which was a small portion, and it had shells of some kind in it. My husband ordered the spinach salad and scallops. The server told him the spinach salad was ""huge"" so he would split it to share. He did so. The split portions were extremely small. My husband's scallop dish turned out to be 3 scallops swimming in a miso. I ordered the salmon club sandwich which had minimum filling served on untoasted soggy bread. My son had to ask time and again for condiments for his hamburger. After all of this, the highlight of the meal was saved for the end. My husband, seeing some small chocolates (about the size of a dime) being brought to another table, asked if ""the birthday celebrant"" might have one. He was told that ""those are not for everyone."" He persisted and the server brought one to our table ,admonishing my husband not to let anyone know about getting the treat. Contrast this with the Capital Grille where we had had lunch the previous day and were treated like royalty. The Mansion Restaurant, in food and service, is of less quality than many chain restaurants I have been to. A huge disappointment!!
06/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My boyfriend and I recently had dinner at The Mansion and absolutely LOVED it! It is such a beautiful restaurant. We sat in the sun room looking out onto tress filled with intricate lanterns. It was so romantic. The service was exquisite and seamless. Each course was perfectly timed and we always had everything we needed without being interrupted by a lot of conversation and questions. It was one of the best meals we've ever had - unbelievable filet minion. Everything was so delicious. I loved all the ice cream flavors and the great presentation. Two thumbs up and five stars for sure!!
04/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We have been patrons of The Mansion since it opened. Last Monday we brought a friend to lunch for the first time since the remodeling and the chef change. There are no delineations on the menu as to what is an appetizer and what is an entree. Our party ordered the grapefruit and avocado salad, the white truffle pasta and the hamburger. The salad was only an appetizer portion and, while very fresh and flavorful, hardly satisfying as an entree. The pasta was also a very small portion and the hamburger was overcooked. Two desserts were ordered and again, while very tasty, were not worth their price. All told, our bill was $135.00 and we all left hungry. The new decor is pleasant, but not that much of an improvement over the previous and there is no linen on any of the tables or the bowls of fresh roses that used to adorn each table. Over all, we were extremely disappointed and will probably not return until we hear of some major changes being made.
02/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I had a tradition of going to the Mansion every year for her birthday. This last year, after the remodeling, we went to the Mansion for dinner, me dressed in a suit and my wife in a dress (per their orders). We arrived and there were men without jackets on, which we had specifically been told that men could not dine without jackets. Annoying. Then we were seated next to a table with a 2 year old child, in his high chair. Throughout the dinner, the child acted like 2 year olds do. The food was not as wonderful as we remembered it and our dinner experience was terrible. It's my opinion that when you dine at a five star restaurant that requires dresses and suits, that being sat next to a small child is unacceptable. If I wanted to dine next to noisy children, I'd go to Chili's. When my wife and I told the maitre d' about this, he only stated that they had to accommodate their hotel guests. Needless to say, we were disappointed in the overall experience and will not be returning to dine at this restaurant.
08/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I wanted to share our wonderful experience at the Mansion on Turtle Creek with everyone. This is a high end hotel but very warm and friendly. Shane the bellman made sure to give us each a bottle of cold water when we were retriving our car. One day the battery on our car died and Mary, the concierge, quickly came to our aid making an annoying situation as pleasant as it could be. We loved the afternoon sugar cookies in the Lobby each day. Not to mention the wonderful bed and bed linens - we actually inquired into buying a mattress. And we loved the the full size Lady P amenities in the room. The entire staff was so welcoming that it was hard to leave. Can't wait for our next stay.
07/12/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We did not know that the main dining room was closed for renovations. But what a wonderful experience anyway. They have set up the dining room in temporary space and it was delightful. The service as well as the food was magnificent. We can not wait until they finish the work on the dining room so that we can
return. It is worth a trip to Dallas to eat at The Mansion.
01/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The new menu and the new chef are doing wonders for the tired old Mansion.......who could eat one more lobster taco. The injection of new life, a new amazing menu, the best seafood in Dallas,mixed with the old world elegance and great service. one word excellent
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
Love the new menu, can not wait to see how your new direction will play it self out over the next few months. Bye bye southwest, hello new American, one of the best meals I have ever had, you must try the tasting menu......abalone with uni butter and caviar is all that and more.........yummy!
I have been eating at the mansion for 10 years, It is about time they changed the menu !
The new chef has just started, and the food is already better then any restaurant that I know in Dallas.
Now all they need to do is renovate, which I understand is on the way! Bravo Mansion, great food execellent choice of chef, waiting for the new decor.
09/01/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The Mansion, inside and out, was absolutely elegant and extravagant. The restaurant offers complimentary valet parking. Water options include Evian, Pellegrino, or regular. Service was absolutely impeccable, we must have been waited on by at least half a dozen different people. Silverware was changed out for each course and food was served course after course without hardly any delay. Awesome wine list. Memorable dishes include chicken tortilla soup and lobster tacos. And you get complimentary cookies in your car when you get it back from the valet guys!
05/23/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The food is wonderful whether you are having cocktails in the cozy bar (order the multi-level tray of appetizers), or in the (dress code engorced) fine dining room. Chef Dean has moved on, but has trained this staff. His Lobster Taco, and Burgundy Pork Chop are wonderful. Tell them it is a birthday when making the reservation, and when you order desert they do it special. They will write Happy Birthday at the top of the plate, and your name at the botton in liquid chocolate. Special for you. Cozy, old world charm. Just classy. Service is wonderful. IOne of my fave places for cocktails, or dinner. I have never seen waiters in cowboy boots (must ahve been special), or been rushed or hovered over. I live in Dallas so I go there once a year or more. Great location to begin an evening of entertainment.
06/29/2005Provided by Citysearch -
We chose to dine on Chef Dan Fearing's renowned food on Valentine's Day and had the special five-course menu. The Mansion itself was a disappointment-it consisted of a ""Mansion"" with a pastel-colored tower grafted onto its side! TACKY! As for the restaurant, the food and service was terrible. We felt both hurried and rushed...they were hovering, and tried to take our plates away three times while we were still eating! We had planned a special night lingering over a special meal but were hustled in and out the door in slightly more than an hour! The food was, in a word, awful. The predominant seasoning in all of the savory dishes was salt! The damage? In excess of $450 for the two of us - the single most expensive meal that I have had, and one of the worst. SAVE YOUR MONEY and TIME!