The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, in Dallas, Texas, was originally built in 1908 by cotton mogul Sheppard W. King and his wife, Bertha Wilcox, then restored following a fire in 1923. From there, the home remained in private hands until it was converted into a hotel in 1980.
Since then, the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek has been awarded just about every award possible for a hotel. Today, the hotel has incorporated elements of the historic architecture, yet retains the intimate ambiance of the private residence it once was while providing the highest levels of quality and service.
The Mansion has 143 rooms including 16 suites, plus a spa. It’s perfect for a wedding or any business event.
The Mansion Restaurant is one of the highlights of the hotel. The award-winning, five-star restaurant features contemporary American cuisine with dishes prepared with local and regional ingredients. You can’t go wrong with the food.
Finally, the best thing you’ll find about the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is the service. It’s impeccable. Every review you’ll find of the Mansion will rave about it’s friendly staff, immaculately clean rooms and top notch food and service.
If you’re in Dallas, no place is better.