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February 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas

Spanning 45 lush acres, just north of downtown, Hilton Anatole is a Dallas icon in the vibrant Design District.

Discover our indoor and outdoor facilities including V Spa, Verandah Health Club, the new JadeWaters resort pool complex and a private Sculpture Park. Add our four exclusive dining venues, impressive meeting space and elegant rooms and suites, and you’ll see why our guests keep returning for more.

Location of Hilton Anatole

Hilton Anatole
2201 North Stemmons Freeway
75207
Dallas, Texas

Nearest Airport: DFW

Amenities for Hilton Anatole

  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Lounge
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Pool
  • Laundry Service
  • Gift Shop
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Boutique
  • Elevator
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Work Desks
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Basketball
  • Squash
  • Racquetball
  • Sightseeing
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Catering Services
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Highchairs
  • Playpens
  • Children's Menus
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Interests
  • City
  • Family
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Reviews for Hilton Anatole

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

The rooms are clean and the staff is very friendly. Room service and house keeping are fantastic and very helpful. The gym is good and the hotel food is also good. My only complain would Be that sometimes for certain events they set up the Atrium as a bar/part area and it may get a little too noisy when there’s a big group there. So if you’re staying in the big atrium during big conferences or events, you may need ear plugs. Other than that it’s a great hotel!

OmidCristy - Maryland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Good clean nice hotel you will not go wrong . Bar and grill is quite nice food and staff are great . Check in is easy as is check out . Rooms are clean nice and new . Beds are sweet sheets are fresh and crisp almost if they were ironed

D8675KPronaldd - Baton Rouge, Louisiana


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

I first visited this hotel in January 1995, when it was still the Loews Anatole and serving as the official USC (Fight On, Trojans!!) HQ hotel for the Cotton Bowl. It left a lasting positive impression. Fast-forward to summer 2014, and I was back at the now Hilton Anatole, for a job interview with Director of Security Tony Hilton (don't remember if he's directly related to the hotel chain family namesake or not). I didn't get the job, but all's well that ends well, as I ended up getting a higher-paying job in Iraq anyway....and I was left with an even more positive impression this time, as I was quite blown away by the East Asian-themed luxury. Fast-forward yet again to December 2017, and once again my beloved USC Trojans were playing in the Cotton Bowl, so as a Hilton Honors Gold Member, it was a no-brainer for me to book myself and my girlfriend at the Anatole....not realising 'til our arrival that this time it was serving as our opponents' (i.e. the Ohio State Buckeyes) HQ hotel! :-O Oh well..... Anyway, my girlfriend and I loved the hotel; the room itself (especially the stone bench in the bathtub), the SÉR rooftop steakhouse (incredibly delicious Elk and Bison steaks, breathtaking view of the DFW Metroplex Skyline), the massive gym, the decorations in general, and the staff were all wonderful (the crappy Cotton Bowl game result notwithstanding)! I would like to recognise the following Hilton Anatole staff for their friendly and efficient service: Barbara (phone operator) Jhun, William (Bell Desk) Andres, Niki, April (Media Bar & Grille) Tony, Betsy, Laura, Taylor, Frank (SĒR Restaurant) Clifton, Chase (Valet) Terri (Concierge) Mary (phone operator) Valerie, Mark, Aishwaraya (from Nepal), Kevin (Front Desk) Alvin (shoe shine) Juan (Executive Lounge) Davis, Ruben Of the aforementioned employees, I'd like to give particularly big kudos to Mary and Terri for going the extra mile in resolving an issue with a faulty hair dryer, Alvin for doing a bang-up job with shining my black MBT dress shoes, and Valerie for recognising me as a Hilton Honors Gold Member at check-out (I've been recognised as such at plenty of Hilton property check-ins, but this was my first time experiencing such kudos at check-OUT). My only gripe is that I wish the Executive Lounge would serve bacon and eggs cooked-to-order. That minor druthers aside, an absolutely wonderful stay, for which my girlfriend and I are quite thankful. --Christian D. Orr, Hilton Honors Gold Member

TrojanSkyCop1 - Baghdad Province, Iraq


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I met up with former college friends for a holiday Moms get together. This was the first time to visit the Anatole and it was during the busy Christmas rush. My sorority sister and her family were staying at hotel and arranged to meet for lunch and then stayed over for the holiday park celebration. The hotel is absolutely beautiful, more like a museum than a hotel. The holiday decor is perfect for photos and exploring with family. Make sure you allow time to look at all the beautiful art scattered throughout. It's breathtaking. There was even a piece of the Berlin Wall inside on display. After spending an hour wandering the hotel we went to the outside peppermint show. My daughter loved the puppets {still tells her friends about the mouse that danced on her head} and the arts and craft. She made a Christmas ornament that i predict will be a new family tradition. My son loved the games that allowed him to win the coins to exchange for trinkets. I bought the kids hot cocoa and just relaxed. I really enjoyed this little moment of relaxation. My mom friends and I eventually sat at the fire pit for wine and catch-up conversation while the kids watched the shows and rode the little train. We stayed at the hotel for about 2 hours and my kids did not want to leave. We took photos with Santa and then grabbed a smore ice cream cone on the way out.... gooey and yummy! I really like the feel of this hotel and liked the wind down pace it provided. My one suggestion is they add more seating in the park so parents can be closer to monitor the kids who are running around and enjoying the attractions. The park filled up and got busy but not too busy. We also observed they have a water park for families so we plan to return with a moms trip back this summer and make it a long weekend. The one thing they could improve upon was parking. We had to park far away and were given incorrect information by the bellman on where to park. When we left the validation card did not work and the parking was almost $20. That was the only criticism I had. Other than that, a truly perfect holiday excursion.

Elizabeth S


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Pick this location to bring in the new years with my family and watch the fireworks. prepaid for a view to see the fireworks from the room but when i check in there they wanted $125 more a night for the 3 nights $375 after already paying $500 for 3 nights, i received a room they was at best a 2 star with no view anywhere. i won't recommend this hotel to my friends.

billyg744


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