Escape to Europe — in the heart of Uptown Dallas! Hôtel St. Germain is the crème de la crème of boutique hotels. In 1991, proprietor (or should we say propriétaire?) and Louisiana native Claire Heymann transformed the turn-of-the-century Victorian home into a charming Old World-style inn, adding her own town of lavish French antiques and furnishings.
The seven opulent suites feature canopied beds, high ceilings, working fireplaces, and amenities including jacuzzi bathtubs and high-speed Internet hook-ups. Photos of the rooms as well as pricing can be found on Hôtel St. Germain’s official Web site.
The hotel boasts two parlors, two dining rooms, and a New Orleans-style outdoor courtyard. A Champagne Bar is available in the sitting area. The combination of bubbly and foie gras set against an elegant, candlelit parlor backdrop “is capable of making Dallas feel like Paris” — Frommer’s.
The on-site Zagat-rated restaurant features a prix fixe menu ($85). Breakfast offerings include typical French fare: croissants, pastries, and café au lait.
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