Mother's Day Brunch.
Took my wife and my 11 month old to celebrate Mother's Day. The service was 5 stars but the food is 2 star. For $50pp I could have gone to IHOP or Blue Mesa. It is ridiculous that the food was so poor for a 4 star hotel. There was an omelet station, pastry station (most of the pastries are old and hard to swallow), fish cubes, mash potato, seasoned veggies, pasta (red and white sauce), mini shrimp ceviche, dessert station, pork (dry)/beef carving station, and lobster bisque. Not whole lot of choices. We stayed about 45 minutes and at the second round all the food was cold. It was a disaster what they have put out for a special occasion. It was very embarrassing for me to take my wife there for her first Mother's Day.
Crescent Court Rules, just don't ask the female concierge one thing!.
I am one of those travelers who look to young to stay in a 5 star hotel. Sometimes I encounter surprising rudeness and apparent disdain. I must admit that I was worried about the Crescent Court Hotel in Dallas. Upon arrival my worries were shattered. I was welcomed warmly and given the best room in my category, on the top floor overlooking the beautiful pool. The outside of the Crescent Court Hotel reminded me of The Penninsula in Beverly Hills. Inside the hotel was a gleaming lobby and lovely corridors. The room itself was fabulous. Everything was great until I asked the female concierge to refer me to a walk in nail salon because the spa was booked. She looked at me like she has never heard of such a thing and was apparently appalled that I, a 29 year old male, would dare to want a manicure and ask her where I may get one. It is always amusing when the staff is more snobby than me. I was like HELLO?? You are a female concierge with a full set of nails and you act as though you have never heard of a walk in nail salon.?? Aside from that debacle NOBU rocked. Nobu was a great treat and just as good as Nobu in Malibu and NY. The bottom line: You will enjoy the Crescent Court; just get your nails done before you go.
Best hotel in Dallas !.
The Crescent Court has always and always will be the best hotel in DFW. The rooms are lovely, the architecture is exquisite, the food delicious and the service is divine! The epitome of a classy hotel and a much better value overall than newer, tackier hotels!