Unfortunately, there are no downtown Dallas Hotels with in room Jacuzzi’s, however there are 3 hotels with in room Deep Soaking Tubs – which most people are fine with anyway. They are listed below. Take a look!
What to Ask For:
- The Joule
Deep Soaking Tub Rooms
Ask for the Joule Suite if you want Deep Soaking Tub.
- Magnolia Hotel
Large Soaking Tub Rooms
Ask for the Suite or the 2 Queen Room if you want Large Soaking Tub.
- Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek 2.1 miles from city center Dallas
Soaking Tub Suites
The Premier King Rooms have the Soaking Tubs.
As you can see, the hotels listed above do not have Jacuzzi’s (technically). The downtown Dallas hotels with in room Jacuzzi’s are actually large soaking tubs – which most people are certainly fine with. But, beware – they may not have the jets. Many Suites at The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek are available with a Deep Soaking tub as well – I’ve included that one in the list because it’s just 2.1 miles from Downtown Dallas – so be aware of that if you are wanting to be right there in the center of downtown. The Joule and Magnolia, however, has Deep Soaking Tub Suites and will put you right there in the downtown Dallas area. What is your preference?
If you are looking for great hotels in the downtown Dallas vicinity for better prices or let’s say you would just be happy with a top 10 list of hotels with Jacuzzi’s that may or may not be “in the room” itself, you might want to take a look at the top 10 hotels in Downtown Dallas to at least compare.
Downtown Dallas is, of course, in the central business district of the city. Most people who want to stay in city center are looking for downtown Dallas hotels near the American Airlines Center, Convention Center, and West End Market Place. Nearby you will find one of the largest of it’s kind in the world – the Arts District. There you can explore museums, theaters, parks, and opera entertainment. Victory Park is also pretty close. Here you can shop or dine at many locations. You won’t want to miss visiting the Pioneer Plaza at the Convention Center so you can take a picture of the bronzed sculptures of cattle.