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A luxury travel guide to Dallas from private jet company stratosjets.com

To help you plan the perfect trip to Dallas, taking in all of the highlights alongside your own favourite must-visits hot spots, we’ve paired up with Stratos Jet Charters to provide a guide to a luxury stay in this vibrant and welcoming city.

By LLM Reporters  |  March 29, 2022
Dallas, Texas, USA downtown city skyline in the afternoon.

A city brimming with cultural activities, hearty food, sporting greats, exciting nightlife, endless shopping opportunities and so much more, the Texan city of Dallas is a place that needs to be visited at least once, but after your first visit you’re sure to want to return again soon.

Tucked away in North Texas, the modern metropolis is a cultural and commercial hub of the wider region and houses a population of over 1.3 million. Known as the place where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 – with a museum to commemorate this – as well as being home to the famed Dallas Cowboys and the original professional cheerleading squad, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, the city has a diverse selection of attractions to appeal to any traveller, but it’s the cultural side that takes the limelight for many.

Perfect for families, trips with friends, as a couple, or on your own, Dallas is a city that appeals to all, from sports enthusiasts, culture vultures, history buffs and food lovers alike, so the real question is where do you start? To help you plan the perfect trip to Dallas, taking in all of the highlights alongside your own favourite must-visits hot spots, we’ve paired up with private jet company Stratos Jet Charters to provide a guide to a luxury stay in this vibrant and welcoming city.

Getting there

Dallas Fort Worth International airport
London Heathrow is the place to head to for international flights and expect to travel between nine and 10 hours before landing in Dallas Fort Worth International airport. Image credit: 1photo/Bigstock.com

Dallas being located where it is means that it’s an easy city to access, so whether you’re travelling from London, Los Angeles or Lubbock, you’ll find an easy route, and transportation that can get you there in style, too.

London Heathrow is the place to head to for international flights and expect to travel between nine and 10 hours before landing in Dallas Fort Worth International airport, but be sure to upgrade to business or first class for a journey that you’ll look forward to. For internal flights and for those looking to take the stress out of travelling and inject some personal touches, renting a private jet to Dallas has to be the only solution.

With a range of aircraft to choose from for your journey and plenty of airports to pick up a flight as well as ground transportation, hotel check-ins, special assistance and more, private jet charter makes everything simpler. In addition to this, Stratos Jet Charters can take travellers to a range of executive airports in and around the Greater Dallas area, so convenience is key.

Where to stay

Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas
Shining in the heart of downtown Dallas, Omni Dallas Hotel connects via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and is close to popular restaurants. Image credit: sainaniritu/Bigstock.com

Those looking for a luxurious stay in Dallas, where they can be waited on hand and foot, will likely seek out the five-star hotels for their top-notch service, lavish interiors, fine dining, excellent facilities and home comforts within their suites and rooms to make any stay a pleasurable one. Dallas is blessed with three five-star hotels to choose from – Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek and The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, in the centre and Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas.

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek boasts refined interiors with an upmarket restaurant and bar in addition to an outdoor pool to while away the hours and a complimentary local car service should you need it. The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas is famed for its plush southwestern cuisine restaurant, Fearing’s restaurant, in addition to its luxe spa with outdoor pool, and elegant interiors, while sitting in prime position for all the sights of the city. Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas sits a little out, near Irving, but is blessed with an 18-hole golf course, spa, outdoor pools, restaurant and two bars.

Other highly rated hotels include Hotel Crescent Court, Omni Dallas Hotel, The Westin Galleria Dallas, The Joule, Hotel Zaza Dallas Uptown, The Adolphus and Hyatt Regency Dallas.

Food and drink

Dallas, Texas, USA downtown city skyline at dusk.
There are plenty of places across the city and beyond to get a taste of the authentic cuisine of the area, so keep an eye out as you go as the best places are often stumbled upon

From hearty Tex-Mex delights to sweet pecan desserts to mouth-watering smoked barbecue cuisine all topped off with frozen margaritas, it’s easy to see why the food and drink of Dallas is so enjoyed. There are plenty of places across the city and beyond to get a taste of the authentic cuisine of the area, so keep an eye out as you go as the best places are often stumbled upon.

If you are looking for some recommendations though, some of the best restaurants can found within the above hotels. The Mansion Restaurant, Fearing’s Restaurant, The Capital Grille, and The French Room all sit in our aforementioned hotels, while Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, Bullion, Ocean Prime, The Mitchell and Midnight Rambler are highly recommended for their food and drink offerings.

What to do

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A visit to Arlington would not be complete without watching a game at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. Image credit: bellafotosolo/Bigstock.com

Blue and jazz clubs, ballet, sporting events, shopping trips, museum visits – there is so much to occupy your time in Dallas that you’ll have to plan your time well to ensure you enjoy everything you want to.

The nation’s largest arts district sits in Dallas, consisting of 19 blocks of galleries, museums and other venues showcasing the likes of the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center, while during your stay it would be remiss of you to not take in a show, from opera to musicals, ballet to symphony concerts, your arts and cultural passions are sure to align with the city’s refined tastes as well.

Head to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza – the exact spot where Lee Harvey Oswald fired his fatal shots at JFK – for comprehensive exhibits on the president and his assassination. The Texas Rangers baseball team and Dallas Cowboys football team have a home here, so make sure to get tickets to enjoy the excitement of a game, whether you’re a big fame of the teams or not.

However you choose to spend your time in Dallas on your vacation, you can be sure that it will be time well spent. Where will you go first?