Hotels >Four Seasons-Dallas Las Colina
Great hotel, I have shot weddings at the hotel as a wedding photographer, and it's in a great location and near to the mustangs and the canal to capture some beautiful portraits of the wedding couple. One of the best areas for bridal and wedding photography in Irving and Dallas.
Great Hotel. Love the Four Seasons. It is a great hotel
almost perfect. service is where the 4seasons excells. the spa is the best i have ever seen. the indoor & outdoor pools, fitness centers & locker rooms are worth the stay alone. the outdoor pool is the spot to lounge. when it's hot, the staff mists you with evian. the spa has a steam room that you will wish you could move into. the locker rooms are well kept & a great place to unwind after anything. the only thing they need to do is update to plasma tv's in all the rooms and go wireless for laptop users. corner rooms are the best rooms to stay in. always opt for the corner rooms facing the pool or get in the cabana rooms for longer stays. enjoy the gym, the sounds & smells. 4seasons satisfies all five senses. the only problem with staying there is that you never want to leave.
Great Getaway Weekend. My husband and I spent a wonderful weekend here last month! We both love golf, so this was the perfect place for us to stay, although I would recommend it for anyone, even if they aren't avid golfers. The view from our balcony was gorgeous, the food was excellent, and the service was impeccable. We came back home feeling like we had been a thousand miles away from home, completely refreshed and relaxed.
A favorite with golfers and spa-goers within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex..
This destination resort is located in the city of Irving, just west of the Dallas skyline. It's minutes from the many business headquarters that make their home in the Las Colinas section of town. Set on 400 acres, the hotel specializes in fitness and recreation in natural surroundings.
Guest rooms provide all that's expected from the Four Seasons name, from pampering amenities to marble baths. These casually elegant accommodations are decorated in calming tones of beige and peach and offer views of the expansive resort, golf courses and the Cottonwood Valley. Here, days can begin with a room-service breakfast served on a balcony. Late-evening relaxation may include a Swedish massage or a dip in the bubbling hot tub where steam rises from a flowing waterfall. The resort's best-known restaurant is Cafe on the Green, which blends American cuisine with Asian influences.
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