Location, Location, Location! Be in the heart of it all and walk to the Convention Center! Built in 1904, the J.B. Wilson Building was modeled on Paris' Grand Opera House. Neighbors the Neiman Marcus flagship headquarters and the Comerica Building.
Original hardwood & terrazzo floors, huge arch windows, modern kitchen and bath, enormous full marble shower with double shower heads.
Features a queen bed and a twin also available (both are real mattresses).
Free garage parking!
Enjoy the latest essentials like:
Three 24-hour fitness centers,
Two roof top terraces with incredible views,
Indoor spa with hot tub,
Dry & wet saunas,
Large Vegas style pool,
Spa with water curtain,
and one FREE assigned parking space in the building's garage.
I'm available to meet with my guests upon arrival and be glad to offer a tour the building and amenities.
Feel free to contact me if you need any suggestions or recommendations!
Urban Orchard Market
1500 Jackson St., Dallas, Texas 75201
In addition to the grocery store (very similar selections to Whole Foods as well as regular/conventional grocery stores), they also have a bar, restaurant, deli and bakery. Very friendly people. Is not a chain and locally owned.
CVS Pharmacy (One block from the Wilson at Akard & Main)
1407 Main St Dallas TX 75201
Grocery, pharmacy, and photo center.
Where to eat?
In The Wilson building:
There are 3 restaurants on the first floor.
Pho Colonial is mostly open for lunch and early dinner. Porta de Roma & Press Box Bar & Grill offer lunch, dinner and bar.
Ask for Jesse at Press Box; he'll take care of you and knows all about the unique beers.
Within one block of the Wilson on Main Street:
CBD Provisions (personal favorite and unique Texas cuisine, right across the street in the Joule Hotel)
1530 Main St., Dallas TX 75201
Dallas Chop House
1717 Main St., Dallas TX 75201
(Main & St. Paul)
Steak, Seafood. A high-end steakhouse in Dallas, the Dallas Chop House is known for deftly prepared seafood and dry & wet aged beef. The menu features appetizing starters like oysters and carpaccio, as well as robust salads and mouthwatering entrees like bone in “cowboy” rib eye, lamb chops, Asian BBQ salmon, and cold water Australian lobster tail.
Dallas Chop House Burger (Best burgers in Dallas!)
1501 Main St. Dallas TX 75201
(Main & Akard)
Strongly recommend the Wine Country burger and Italian Nut Job Shake (made with Nutella!)
Wild Salsa (great Margaritas!)
1800 Main St. Dallas TX 75201
(Main & St. Paul)
Recommend the Wild Margarita. Excellent Interior Mexico style food.
Dallas Fish Market
1501 Main St., Dallas TX 75201
Seafood, Steak. The Dallas Fish Market is an upscale seafood and steak restaurant that flies in fresh seafood from all over the world daily, based on market availability. The Dallas Fish Market features preparations of their fresh seafood and fine steaks as continental as the origins of the ingredients, take for example the piri piri dusted Pacific big eye tuna, with Medjool date tabouli, roasted pepper muhamara, pomegranate molasses and crispy carrots.
Iron Cactus - Dallas
1520 Main St., Dallas TX 75201
Mexican, Southwestern. Iron Cactus Dallas is a breathtaking, 14,000 square foot restaurant that belies its stunning style with a completely casual attitude. Aromas of Mexican and southwestern cuisine entice patrons to sample all that the menu has to offer, while the signature cocktails encourage a visit to the rooftop patio for sipping, schmoozing and appreciating fabulous downtown views.
The French Room
The Adolphus Hotel, 1321 Commerce St., Dallas TX 75202
French. The French Room, located in the posh Adolphus Hotel of Dallas, has won just about every award a restaurant can win. With traditional French preparations of seasonal, local ingredients, and a rococo setting that draws comparisons to French royal dining rooms, The French Room continues to wow Dallas food critics and restaurant goers.
Downtown Arts District:
Stephan Pyles (Personal Favorite)
Next to the Dallas Museum of Art
1807 Ross Ave. Suite 112, Dallas TX 75201
Southwest, Latin / Spanish. Stephan Pyles is the namesake of chef Stephan Pyles, who with this ultra high-end restaurant - located in the heart of the Dallas Arts district - has created what he terms "new millennium southwest" cuisine. Drawing on numerous continental influences to emphasize organic southwestern ingredients, the food at Stephan Pyles is as much a work of art as the rotating pieces by local Dallas artists that adorn the walls.
The Butcher Shop Steakhouse
808 Munger Ave., Dallas TX 75202
Steakhouse. From the moment one enters The Butcher Shop Steakhouse of Dallas, it’s evident what this popular restaurant is all about. Dallas restaurant goers choose first-hand the finest cuts of USDA prime beef and the freshest seafood from the restaurant’s front room butcher's display case. The Butcher Shop Steakhouse offers high-end steakhouse quality with an emphasis on more reasonable prices.
600 N. Akard St., Dallas TX 75201
Steakhouse. This iconic and highly rated downtown Dallas restaurant is located a full story below ground. As the story goes, Dakota's Steakhouse had to be "lowered," as the street level of the property it occupies was formerly a Baptist Church and the terms of the deed forbade alcohol sales on the grounds. So Dakota's Steakhouse of Dallas went below ground, taking advantage of its unique surroundings with a sculpted waterfall and literally tons of Dakota marble.
Pyramid Restaurant and Bar
1717 Akard Street, Dallas TX 75201
Contemporary American. With an enviable address in the heart of Dallas’ Arts District, Pyramid Restaurant & Bar is a contemporary restaurant that doubles as a super sleek nightspot. The contemporary American cuisine is as imaginative as the setting, whether patrons are stopping in for cocktails and appetizers with clients, pre-theater dinners, or even post-performance deserts and coffee.
Jorge's Tex Mex Café
1722 Routh St., #122, Dallas TX 75219
Mexican. 50 years of Mexican and Texas family traditions come together in every recipe at Jorge’s Tex Mex Café in Dallas. This casual yet contemporary dining spot features fresh, made-to-order Tex Mex cuisine, including one-of-a-kind queso, chile rellenos grilled in egg whites, hand made tamales, individually grilled crispy tacos and more. It would be a tragedy to visit Jorge’s Tex Mex Café without indulging in the signature margaritas and deserts like the tres leches and creamy flan.
Inside the Reunion Tower (the big iconic light up ball):
Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck (inside the ball and the restaurant rotates!)
300 Reunion Blvd., Dallas TX 75207
American, Asian, Sushi. Set atop the 50-story landmark Reunion Tower, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck is one of the most distinguished fine dining restaurants in Dallas. Floor-to-ceiling windows afford stunning city views as patrons sup on well-crafted Asian fusion cuisine and imaginative sushi creations. This restaurant also features two stylish bars; an ultra-contemporary glass bar that looks on the exhibition kitchen, and a rotating bar that lets patrons look out onto the dining room and city skyline.
Uptown: (consider driving or shorten your walk and take the historic McKinney Street Trolley, stop is at Ross & St. Paul or the D-Link bus, both are free)
Morton's, The Steakhouse
501 Elm St., Dallas TX 75202
Steakhouse. Morton's, The Steakhouse is a national brand of steakhouses that specialize in the distinctive presentation of highest quality steaks, chops and seafood, brought to the table on elaborate carts by tuxedo clad waiters. Morton's in Dallas is a popular restaurant among the business crowd, featuring private "boardroom" dining rooms for larger parties, as well as with couples out for a romantic dinner for two.
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
702 Ross Ave., Dallas TX 75202
Steakhouse. It doesn't get much more Texas than the Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse, a Dallas institution named for the historic Y.O. cattle ranch. Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse predictably features the finest Texas longhorn beef and local chops, but is perhaps best known for one of the finest selections of wild game anywhere on the Dallas restaurant scene. The Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse also features the Longhorn Lounge, a massive bar with a wide selection of Texas wines and local microbrews served the Texas way, on ice.
Uptown Dallas Restaurants
4511 McKinney Ave., Dallas TX 75205
Contemporary American. You'll need an abacus to count the accolades that this five-star Dallas restaurant has racked up in recent years. Abacus serves global contemporary cuisine and has received extensive local and national attention for its creations. Executive chef Tre Wilcox - of Bravo TV's "Top Chef" season three fame - headed the kitchen at Abacus for the last seven years, but has recently handed the reins back to equally renown Dallas chef Kent Rathburn.
4217 Oak Lawn, Dallas TX 75219
Steakhouse. Dallas restaurant goers are greeted at the door of this swanky Dallas steakhouse by the namesake Al Biernat himself. Once inside the elegant dining room, they'll find a fairly classic take on the great American high-end steak house with an emphasis on innovative seafood dishes to bolster the hefty beef selections. Al Biernat's also boasts of a comprehensive wine list featuring over 650 wines.
Alcodoro & Pomodoro
2708 Routh St., Dallas TX 75201
Italian. Arcodoro & Pomodoro brings the ancient flavors of the island of Sardinia to the Dallas restaurant scene with two unique atmospheres beneath one Uptown Dallas roof. Arcodoro is the more casual grill and bar incarnation of the restaurant, with patio seating and a central wood-burning pizza oven. Pomodoro is a white-linen, intimate candle-lit dining room.
Bob's Steak & Chop House
4300 Lemmon Ave., Dallas TX 75219
Steakhouse. Now a successful brand with restaurants in several American cities, the original Bob's Steak and Chop House is one of the places to be seen in Dallas. Bob's Steak and Chop House is the quintessential high-end Texas steakhouse, with USDA prime beef, fresh seafood and chops, and an extensive selection of fine scotch and cigars, where Dallas celebrities and socialites gather.
2927 Maple Ave., Dallas TX 75201
Contemporary American. An elegant uptown Dallas restaurant in the Stoneleigh Hotel, Bolla is a beautiful dining spot where classic and contemporary glamour meet. Executive Chef Cesar Gallegos offers an expertly crafted menu of New American cuisine, including dishes like roasted beet salad, seared sea scallops, pumpkin bisque, roasted duck, braised beef short ribs, and pan seared bronzino.
500 Crescent Ct. Suite 135, Dallas TX 75201
American, Steak, Seafood. The Dallas location of the Capital Grille high-end steak house restaurant brand is found in Dallas' upscale Crescent shops and galleries district. Dallas restaurant goers can expect the finest from the Capital Grille. They age their beef on site and fly in the freshest seafood from around the world. The Capital Grille of Dallas also offers numerous private and group dining options.
DISH - Dallas
4123 Cedar Springs Rd., Suite 110, Dallas TX 75219
Contemporary American. An ultra-contemporary dining spot, DISH Dallas is a stylish concept restaurant offering “modern day comfort food” creations from award-winning Chef Doug Brown. Located within the iLUME Complex, this uptown Dallas restaurant features indoor and outdoor dining, as well as a tempting selection of cocktails from the bar.
Dragonfly at Hotel ZaZa
2332 Leonard St., Dallas TX 75201
Fusion / Eclectic. This upscale restaurant with an emphasis on global fusion cuisine is located in Dallas' posh Hotel ZaZa. Dragonfly at the Hotel ZaZa is popular amongst travelers and Dallas locals for its modern lounge atmosphere and its wine list, featuring over 150 vintages. After 10 p.m., Dragonfly at the Hotel ZaZa turns into a vibrant bar scene and serves only guests ages 21 and up.
Eddie V's Dallas
4023 Oak Lawn Ave., Suite 110, Dallas TX 75219
Seafood. Eddie V’s Prime Seafood restaurant in Dallas showcases a dedicated appreciation to the finest and freshest fish available. While supping on dishes like fried cold water baby lobster tail, oysters on the half shell, sashimi, the restaurant’s famous all lump crab cakes and great prime steaks, patrons can enjoy live jazz music and selections from the extensive wine list.
The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, 2121 McKinney Ave., Dallas TX 75201
American. Celebrity chef Dean Fearing has brought his signature restaurant to Dallas' Ritz-Carlton Hotel, and since its opening in the summer of 2007, Fearing's has already gained national acclaim, including being named Esquire Magazine's "restaurant of the year." Fearing's serves the finest farm fresh local ingredients prepared in chef Fearing's contemporary American and global fusion stylings.
Gui Bistro & Bar
2719 McKinney Ave., Dallas TX 75204
Japanese, Korean. A warm and intimate Dallas fusion restaurant, Gui Bistro & Bar offers an extensive menu of Korean and Japanese cuisine. Inventive sushi creations are crafted from the freshest fish (don’t miss the Spicy Tuna Crunch Roll), and Korean offerings range from traditional to innovative. Gui is nearly famous for their $20 sushi night and their selection of $2 sakes.
1621 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75207
American, Gastro Pub. A name like “Meddlesome Moth” doesn’t hint much at the culinary direction of the restaurant, but rest assured that this stylish interpretation of the classic gastro pub in Dallas meets hungry palates with a fabulous selection of seasonally changing American cuisine and updated gastro pub fare. This restaurant offers great al fresco dining on the spacious patio, as well as a fantastic array of hand-crafted beers that contribute to its popularity as a Dallas nightspot on weekends.
NAAN Sushi Uptown
2600 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas TX 75201
Sushi. NAAN Sushi is an impressive Dallas sushi restaurant located in Plano at The (email hidden)is hip destination has earned accolades from renowned publications like Zagat and The Dallas Morning News for creative and stylishly presented Japanese cuisine. Additionally, this restaurant features killer prices on sushi and drinks for happy hour, karaoke on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and a late-night sushi menu.
****Nick & Sam's***** Best Steak Restaurant in Dallas...absolutely love this place!
3008 Maple Ave., Dallas TX 75201
Steak, Seafood. A perennially stylish Dallas restaurant, Nick & Sam’s is a contemporary steakhouse with a sultry menu of prime American and Japanese Kobe cuts, as well as a variety of fresh seafood. This AAA Five Diamond restaurant also boasts an approachable wine list featuring over 400 American vintages and an international selection that is sure to sate the cravings of even the most refined wine lovers.
400 Crescent Court, Dallas TX 75201
Japanese, Sushi. Executive chef Nobu Matsuhisa brings his acclaimed international Nobu restaurant concept to Dallas, blending traditional and contemporary Japanese flavors with elements of the Southwest. Nobu is in an elegant Dallas setting within the Crescent Court Hotel, with a range of atmospheres including an onyx sushi bar, a skylight room, and several private dining rooms in addition to the main dining room.
NOSH euro bistro
4216 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75219
Contemporary American, Mediterranean. NOSH Euro Bistro is a hip eatery from the mind of award-winning Chef Avner Samuel. The relaxed and comfortable atmosphere complements the approachably priced selection of European and Mediterranean cuisine available for lunch, dinner and happy hour. Specialty cocktails and wines by the glass also do their part to amp up the appeal of this popular uptown dining spot.
500 Crescent Court #500, Dallas TX 75201
Mediterranean. The Dallas location of the popular Restaurants Unlimited International Palomino brand, this upscale urban restaurant offers contemporary American cuisine with a Mediterranean emphasis, featuring wood-fired meats and seafood. Palomino Dallas is located in the Crescent Court Center Atrium, and is popular among Dallas restaurant goers for its vibrant atmosphere and award winning specialty cocktails.
2911 Routh St., Dallas TX 75201
Steak, Seafood, American. Perry's Restaurant is more than just a typical American steakhouse, despite their fine selection of premium aged beef, lobster and seafood. Perry's has been earning the respect of Dallas food critics and restaurant goers with classic takes on local, seasonal ingredients paired with vintages from their extensive and award-winning wine list.
4152 Cole Ave. #103, Dallas TX 75204
Contemporary American. Comfort is the word most frequently used in reviews by Dallas restaurant critics when describing Salum Restaurant of Dallas. Whether describing the food, the décor by designer Julio Quinones, or the presence of chef/owner Abraham Salum in his open, exhibition kitchen, Salum Restaurant receives warm reviews for its elegant, yet comforting, cuisine in a welcoming uptown Dallas setting.
Sfuzzi (personal favorite!)
2533 McKinney Ave., Dallas, TX 75204
Italian. Draped in burgundy linens and featuring dark wood furnishings, beautiful artwork and recessed lighting, Sfuzzi is a sultry Dallas dining spot with a surprisingly casual, welcoming attitude. This uptown restaurant offers fabulous Italian cuisine—including wood-fired brick oven pizzas, pastas, and sandwiches—and one of the best patios for al fresco dining in Dallas.
3102 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75219
Japanese, Vietnamese. This distinctive Asian restaurant offers an interesting fusion of Japanese and Southeast Asian cuisine. Steel is just minutes from the heart of downtown Dallas, and is popular with the business crowd for their reasonably priced lunches. Steel of Dallas features the artwork of artist Shane Pennington in addition to the teak wood accents of the dining room.
3858 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75219
Sushi, Japanese. This chic Dallas Japanese bistro-style restaurant offers an extensive array of sushi, sashimi and traditional Japanese dishes such as teppanyaki and yakisoba noodle dishes. Sushi Zushi of Dallas emphasizes a Zen-like approach to the dining experience, and serves their Japanese cuisine in a contemporary dining room with subtle Asian design trends and unique lighting.
The Fish Sushi Bar And Lounge
3636 McKinney Ave. Suite 150, Dallas TX 75204
Japanese, Sushi. Popular among Dallas nightlife crawlers for its unique late night menu, The Fish - formerly Blowfish - is not your average sushi bar. The menu features a range of bold takes on sushi and traditional Japanese cuisine. Despite the restaurant's former moniker, and the singular identifying landmark blowfish adorning its street facade, there's no fugu on the menu at The Fish, just wild sushi, such as the beef fajita roll: Thin slices of beef and onion wrapped in soy paper with a jalapeno mayo.
The Landmark Restaurant
The Warwick Melrose Hotel, 3015 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75219
American. The Landmark Restaurant, located in the Warwick Melrose Hotel in downtown Dallas, is just as popular with Dallas locals as it is with the traveling crowd. The Landmark Restaurant has racked up an impressive list of accolades, and is frequently named as one of Dallas' top 10 restaurants. The Sunday brunch at The Landmark Restaurant is particularly popular among Dallas restaurant goers.
The Mansion Restaurant at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas TX 75219
Contemporary American. A recently completed multi-million dollar renovation brings The Mansion Restaurant at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek to new heights, difficult to do for such a critically acclaimed restaurant on both the national and local Dallas restaurant scene. The contemporary American cuisine and unsurpassed setting of the Mansion Restaurant at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek has indeed led some critics to name it as one of the finest restaurants in the world today.
The Mint Dallas
4246 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas TX 75219
Thai. A chic and uniquely modern fusion restaurant in Dallas, The Mint Dallas has earned critical acclaim from the likes of D Magazine, The Daily Candy and The Dallas Morning News. The menu highlights creative Thai fusion cuisine crafted with farm-fresh ingredients and artfully presented to create a fully rounded, beautiful dining experience. Be sure to indulge in one of the deserts, specialty martinis, or gourmet Italian coffee drinks after the meal.
The Old Warsaw
2610 Maple Ave., Dallas TX 75201
French, Steakhouse, Continental. A warm, elegant uptown restaurant, the Old Warsaw has been a landmark fine dining restaurant in Dallas since 1948. This restaurant consistently earns praises for the superior selection of French Continental cuisine, exquisite deserts and rich setting complemented by live musicians offering an appealing classical soundtrack. The extensive selection of wines includes choice wines from Europe, South America and North America.
The Place at Perry's
2911 Routh St., Dallas TX 75201
Steak, Seafood, American. The Place at Perry’s is an award-winning fine dining restaurant in Dallas. Regularly lauded by publications like Zagat and The Dallas Morning News, The Place features a menu of centerpiece ingredients like sustainably raised Niman Ranch beef and fresh seafood, as well as a carefully crafted wine list complete with private reserve selections. Happy hour gets a classy update at The Place at Perry’s with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and many highly rated wines available at half price.
2401 McKinney Ave., Dallas TX 75201
Seafood. Truluck's of Dallas takes the concept of fresh seafood to the next level, operating their own fishery in Florida with a fleet of 16 boats. In addition to the fresh Florida stone crab and other seasonal ingredients from their own fishery, Truluck's imports daily fresh catches from all over North America their Dallas restaurant depending on seasonal availability. Truluck's has also won numerous awards for its wine list.
Near the American Airlines Center:
2501 N. Houston Ave. Suite 100, Dallas TX 75219
American. Located across from Dallas' American Airlines Arena, the Victory Tavern is popular among Dallas locals, tourists and traveling business people. Victory Tavern serves unpretentious contemporary American grilled fare such as steaks, chops, premium burgers and high-end sandwiches. While Dallas reviewers comment on the classy feel of the restaurant, they also mention the reasonable prices at Victory Tavern.
Medina Oven & Bar
2304 Victory Park Lane, Dallas TX 75219
Moroccan, Mediterranean. Medina Oven & Bar brings unique flavors to the Dallas dining scene with a richly flavorful menu of both authentic and modern Moroccan-Mediterranean cuisine. Praised by the New York Times, this restaurant focuses on fresh Moroccan spices & ingredients, and an atmosphere that is both exotic and casual for every occasion.
2440 Victory Park Ln. Suite 100, Dallas TX 75219
Contemporary American. Chef/owner Tom Colicchio of Bravo's "Top Chef" fame brings his successful venture Craft to Dallas. Craft operates on the forefront of American food culture in places like Los Angeles and New York, and the Dallas Craft restaurant, located in the W Dallas Victory Hotel, is no exception. Colicchio and his chefs feature locally raised and artisanal ingredients, a critically acclaimed dessert menu, and Craft's signature take on designer sandwiches.
Deep Elum (far East Main Street, is a walkable 1 mile, but highly recommend driving or Uber.
2936 Elm St., Dallas TX 75226
Contemporary American. The devil is in the details at Local, a trendy and quite popular contemporary American restaurant in the historic Boyd Hotel of downtown Dallas. Chef Tracy Miller and her kitchen serve precise dishes focusing on fresh, local ingredients prepared with careful flavor combinations and presentation at the fore. Restaurant critics point to the unpretentious atmosphere at Local, despite its popularity and cuisine.
701 Ross Ave., Dallas TX 75202
Steakhouse. The Palm Steakhouse brand has been around for over 80 years, giving it the edge of experience in the crowded game of national premium steakhouse chains. The Palm of Dallas is located in the city's West End, and boasts of being a destination of Dallas celebrities and power brokers. The Palm of Dallas features the standard fare of USDA prime aged beef, chops and seafood, but also offers Dallas restaurant goers some traditional Italian menu items.
RJ Mexican Cuisine
Mexican. This staple of the Dallas restaurant scene features an expansive menu of traditional Mexican dishes, and newer creations of chef Ronald Van Hatten, from all eight culinary regions of Mexico. Dallas restaurant critics make note of the broad selection of wines at RJ's Mexican Cuisine - fairly atypical for a Mexican restaurant - and one of the broadest selections of tequila in Dallas.
Parking in the secure building parking garage is included! Garage entrance on Main Street, next to Pet store and building entrance.
We have Uber in Dallas! Uber is like a taxi service but with simple fixed pricing (less hassle!) and uses black luxury cars and SUVs. Use promo code pl9x6 for a free $20 credit. (Enter code BEFORE you request your first ride, otherwise it will not work.)
Public transit in Dallas is provided by DART. Akard & Ervay Rail Stations are both located one block north of The Wilson. Also you can use the McKinney Trolley or the D-Link for free anytime. The downtown stop for the trolley is at Ross & St. Paul. D-Link Stop is in front of the the Dallas Fish Market on the same block as the Wilson Building on Main Street.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions about getting around. I am happy to help!
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Weekly Price:||$866 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$3464 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||12:00 PM (noon)|
|Pet Owner:||Some pets|
Both Sarah and her loft are absolutely beautiful! This is the cleanest, most equipped AirBnB I've experienced. I loved pretending like the beautiful space belonged to me. It was an easy walk to the Convention Center, and there's a CVS a block away for any last minute purchases. I highly recommend staying here!
I was in Dallas for a business trip and needed a place to stay for one night. Sarah was so sweet because we came in late that night and she put out an extra twin sized bed AND waited until we arrived (around 11 pm) when she still needed to drive out to Austin. (Thank you again, Sarah!!) She's super easy to talk to and to coordinate with and mentioned how she'd be available if we needed anything. Super sweet Southern Hospitality, forsure!
Her place is located right in downtown, very accessible to everywhere we needed to go. It's decorated so nicely and has a beautiful view of downtown. She left towels, shampoo, conditioner, and everything else you could imagine for us in the bathroom, like hair ties, tooth paste, shaving cream, even nice bath robes, etc...I was so impressed with what she provided and was very thankful!!
The only thing that was a little bit of a hassle was parking in the apartment structure. It's a pretty old and historic building so the parking is really tight but totally doable and not a big issue. Overall, I totally enjoyed my stay and kept finding myself commenting on how cute her place was and definitely will come back to stay when I have the chance!!
Sarah was fantastic and her apartment is perfect, great location, spotlessly clean and very secure building. Sarah has a. Great list of local resturants and she answered any questions we had. I would definitely stay at Sarah"s again. I recently travelled throughout Europe with AirBnB and this apartment is in the top 2 places l have stayed thanks jeremy
Sarah's communication was great and she met us at the apartment and showed us the unit workings
Sarah's loft is stunning! Such a beautiful and well appointed place. She provides everything imaginable to her guests. From a stocked pantry to every bathroom need, she supplied it all. Sarah was delightful and easy to work with...even gave me excellent dinner guidance. I will stay there again the next time I am in Dallas!
Sarah's apartment is great, modern and very well located in a nice building. I will definitely recommend this place without a doubt.
Sarah's loft is right smack in the center of downtown Dallas walking distance to plenty of bars, restaurants, and activities. The loft has big floor to ceiling windows wood floor exposed beams. Sarah is sweet and hospitable and the loft has everything you need for a memorable stay - at a great price!
Sarah's apartment is in the dead-center of Dallas - a perfect location for our trip. The space itself feels like a midcentury loft, with high windows and ceilings, and nice hardwood. The amenities are very nice - garage space, full kitchen, great shower, etc.
Sarah was an extremely responsive host, replying immediately to any request. We were having trouble with the garage... at 2AM, and she answered my call right away. We really appreciated that, in particular, especially since I felt bad calling so late.
I highly recommend staying at Sarah's place if you are visiting Dallas or the surrounding area.
Sarah was an amazing host! She made sure I was all set up, gave me great advice on places to eat and see, and she was always available if I had questions. Everything was even nicer than in the pics, which is rare. Very clean, great taste in furnishings, and SUCH a charming building. She even had water and beer in the fridge! I would definitely stay here again when I'm in Dallas and recommend it to anyone. Sarah will take good care of you!
We had a wonderful time staying at Sarah's place. She was an excellent and thoughtful host!!! Everything was exactly as described and she went above and beyond to make our stay memorable! She even stocked the place with princess items for our 5 year old daughter!!! The location was perfect, the free parking was soooooo convenient and there was everything we needed within a block or two of the home. We will def be staying here again when we head back to Dallas. Also, the wonderful charm of The Wilson was unbeatable and it still has all the modern conveniences (and great shower) you could possibly want. The arched windows created a lovely view onto the city. A++++++
Sarah's place was great. Convenient location, great communication, really beautiful space in historic building with great amenities.