A Couple Nights in the Hilton Anatole
The Hilton Anatole in Dallas is an enjoyable experience. Their 45-acre campus houses an expansive art collection, the largest in the nation. I loved the resort and was surprised by the interesting artifacts of historical significance throughout the entire property. Their accommodations include 1,606 luxuriously appointed guest rooms with first-class in-room amenities.
One of many highlights was the resort-style waterpark, JadeWaters, featuring a lazy river, luxury cabanas, two 30-foot slides, a leisure pool and more. For the less comfortable swimmers or younger crowd, there are plenty of lifeguards on duty. I personally felt comfortable and safe while my son enjoyed JadeWaters. The amenities were perfect and family-friendly, and we were grateful for the accommodations.
There are many convenient elements that you don’t even notice (but come to appreciate), like the separate elevator banks that take you directly to the indoor pool from the Atrium guest rooms. The hotel offers guests 600,000 square feet of event space as well as a variety of recreational activities. When you need a great place to get an early-morning workout, they have the 80,000-square-foot Verandah Fitness Club & Spa, tennis courts, indoor jogging track and more. If you’re hungry, be sure to dine at one or all of the nine unique restaurants and bars, including the critically-acclaimed SĒR Steak + Spirits, which was named one of Dallas’ 10 Best Steakhouses by D Magazine in 2018.
Moreover, the staff was friendly and helpful for the duration of our stay. They reached out to make sure everything was comfortable – which was considerate and much appreciated.
For more details, visit: @hiltonanatole – www.hiltonanatolehotel.com
Writers: Vanessa Ferrelli & Kristina Villarini