With a single step inside the historic landmark Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas, guests know what it means to be in the right place at the right time. Warwick Melrose Hotel’s uniquely Texan charm features a new, fashionable brand of comfort.
Built in 1924, on farmland originally owned by Civil War veteran, Union Col. George Mellersh, and designed by Chicago architect C.D. Hill in the classic Sullivanesque Chicago style. The Melrose Court Apartment Hotel opened in late 1924, and quickly became known for its elegant atmosphere and gracious hospitality.
The red brick and flat roof of Warwick Melrose has stood as testament to an age of stately grandeur while the city has continued to grow outside its doors. Located near the Uptown, Oak Lawn and Turtle Creek areas, the ultimate hotel experience means enjoying Uptown Dallas to the fullest in an intimate and personable way.
Few hotels reach landmark status, but Warwick Melrose Hotel, Dallas more than qualifies in part thanks to 184 well-appointed guest rooms, 21 spacious suites and one unparalleled Presidential Suite. Many of the rooms feature stunning views of the city of Dallas, but all accommodations exude an old world elegance, superior levels of comfort and a distinctive style.