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3 Ideal Spring Break Staycation Destinations

By Katie Butler

Photo Courtesy of Spa Adolphus

03.06.17

No need to book a flight this spring break; find a home away from home right here in Dallas with these relaxing retreats.

Adolphus Hotel: Spa Serenity
Need a little pampering near home? Feel refreshed and relaxed at Spa Adolphus by treating yourself to a facial or massage at the iconic hotel that has just had a facelift itself with new renovations to the interior. Make sure to stop and get a drink before your cleanse at the classic Rodeo Bar and Grille located to the right of the hotel’s front entrance. With their plethora of treatments and amenities, there is no need to retreat to another city when Spa Adolphus offers a sanctuary right in the heart of downtown Dallas. 1321 Commerce St. 

The Joule: Art and Eats 
If you are looking for getaway destination that makes you feel both luxurious and posh, head to The Joule. With their chic design and art installations, not to mention the mosaics that forever decorate the walls, this hotel is not only a perfect getaway from the humdrum of everyday Dallas, but you’ll have plenty of artistic sights to see the moment you walk through its doors. Shop at The Joule’s very own retail boutiques, and enjoy a meal at one of the hotel’s many restaurants and bars. (Try Midnight Rambler for a drink; with Rock and Soul Revolution Thursdays and Slow and Low Sundays, there’s a party no matter what your taste). 1530 Main St.

The Belmont: Outside the Box
Born in 1946 and brought back to its former glory with renovations in 2005, The Belmont offers both standard rooms and bi-level suites decorated in a minimalist, modern style. With a pool and rooftop terrace and bar with views of the Dallas skyline, this staycation retreat lets you look upon the city from a comfortable distance. For the musically inclined, cross your fingers (or check the hotel’s Instagram) for live music in the lobby or head down to the iconic Kessler Theater or The Foundry and come back to the bar for a night cap. 901 Fort Worth Ave.