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The Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa in Dallas, TX. Book Online & Save!

General Info
Stoneleigh Hotel, Dallas, Texas, is a member of Historic Hotels of America; The Stoneleigh Hotel was built in 1923 for $1 million. At the time it was built The Stoneleigh was showcased as the tallest building in Dallas, as well as the tallest hotel west of the Mississippi River. The hotel features secret passageways, trap doors, mysterious rooms and sliding mirrors. The hotel's unique features also include walls of intricately carved oak from London's Charthouse School (originally purchased and imported by William Randolph Hearst), a rooftop neon sign (named a historic landmark in 1983), and extravagant mirrored wall pieces from Balmoral of Scotland. Over the years and at present, this Dallas landmark frequently hosts movie stars, business tycoons, top entertainers, and world leaders, giving it a most fascinating history. Some of the amenities the hotel provides include three dining rooms, a fitness center, high speed, wireless internet access, dual line phones with data ports, personalized voice mail, in-room dining and same day laundry service.

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Extra Phones

Phone: (214) 530-2021

TollFree: (800) 921-8498

TollFree: (800) 255-9299

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Payment method
visa, master card, amex, discover, debit, diners club, cash
Uptown, Oak Lawn, Central Dallas
English, Spanish
Hotels, Motels, Restaurants, Party & Event Planners, Bed & Breakfast & Inns, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities, Lodging
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Parking: Valet


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Provided by Citysearch - 
Excellent Band in the Hotel Bar!!!!

What a wonderful surprise - had drinks last night with some friends at The Stoneleigh Hotel bar and there was the most wonderful band playing! I am not sure if this is a recurring Friday night event, however I hope they come back soon! Great time all around!!!!



Provided by Citysearch - 
Great Service, Trenday Decor

Service was great, rooms were clean and really beautiful. The decor was outstanding and trendy.



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Just Okay

Being a spa girl, I would say that my overall experience was ""okay."" The spa itself was downstairs, almost like a cellar. The decor was nice, although a little dated, in my opinion. Most of the staff was nice, but my therapist was definitely sub-par. The lights were basically on during the massage, her technique was questionable, and she was not friendly and it seemed she hated her job. I wouldn't go back.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Great for a weekend getaway!

We went for a long weekend and we had a wonderful time! The renovations turned the hotel into a luxury experience and they also opened a completely new spa. They accommodated early check-in and when we arrived earlier than expected, they stored our luggage. We both went to the spa, and our treatments were enjoyable; however, there was poor communication between the spa reservationist and the technicians. I booked a hot stone massage, but they didn't tell the masseuse, so she didn't heat the stones. When I asked her, she immediately offered to heat them, but that would have taken a while so I just had a deep tissue massage instead. My fiance's massage was supposed to be Sports Therapy and he said it was more like Swedish (i.e. lighter than he preferred). Given that they didn't tell my masseuse what I had booked, we think they probably didn't tell his masseuse either. The mani-pedi was good, not great; some of the painting looked a bit ragged around the edges for the mani. The facilities are elegant, but I wish they had more of a selection of magazines, & they could stand to turn the A/C off & the music down. The spa in general seemed like it needed a little polish, but it was newly opened when we went, so I think they're still working out the kinks. We visited the restaurant for breakfast twice and thoroughly enjoyed it both times. The food was very good and the service was great. We didn't eat dinner there, but we ordered room service (perfectly cooked steak with smashed potatoes and tasty mushroom risotto). Only con for the restaurant/bar: late night, it turned into a rowdy bar (not sure if it was locals or the wedding party staying in the hotel), so when we returned from the show, we couldn't have the quiet nightcap we had planned. Also, we accidentally left our video camera in the room (totally my fault--oops) after we left and they were kind enough to send it to us!! Overall, it was a wonderful experience! I look forward to returning!



Provided by Citysearch - 
The best hotel and spa in Dallas!

We spent the weekend at the Stoneleigh, using the spa, the restaurant, and the bar. Since its renovation was completed, this is an outstanding hotel. Prices were fairly high, but no greater than what you expect to pay for accommodations at this level. Service staff were incredible, everywhere and all the time. They were on top of everything, anticipating our needs, friendly and polite, and very knowledgeable. Th spa was wonderful. We both had the best massages of our lives there. The new restaurant was surprisingly affordable, but the food and service were perfect. Definitely an A+ hotel!



Provided by Citysearch - 
Get the Jet Setter

I had a Jet Setter massage the other day and it was fantastic. They use a combo of hot stones and Swedish massage and it feels like your body is just melting it's so relaxing. The spa and relaxation area are very quiet and peaceful. The relaxation area is dimly lit and they provide hot tea and cucumber water to drink while you wait and unwind. My therapist gave me just enough time to relax before my treatment and was very accomodating. All in all I left feeling very relaxed and renewed. I will definitely return!



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Try the Melrose instead

the only redeeming quality about my stay at the Stoneleigh were the tasty bloody marys made by Alfonso at the Lion's Den. Everything else was miserable. I do not recommend this hotel. It is a terrible choice. Stay at The Melrose instead.