1401 Commerce St
Dallas, Texas 75201
Facebook Group: MagnoliaHotelDallas
This landmark property was the birthplace of the headquarters of Magnolia Oil Company. They were the predecessor to how we know them today as, Mobile Oil. The building was the tallest property west of the Mississippi when it opened in 1921. The flying red horse, “Pegasus” was placed on top of the building in 1934. There are actually two horses on top of the propery. It is rumored that two were placed back to back because Dallas did not want to be known as a one horse town. The horse eventually became a symbol for Dallas. Hotel developers purchased the property in 1997 and the Magnolia Hotel was born.
- Complimentary American Breakfast Buffett
- Complimentary Evening Reception featuring domestic beer, house wine, and soft drinks
- Bed-time cookies and milk buffet
- 24 hour fitness room
- Pets Allowed ($50 non-refundable fee)
Special Tidbits: If you ever wanted to eat at Morton's Steakhouse, combine it with a stay at the Magnolia Hotel. As you well know, a dinner for two can easily begin at $200 plus two with a drink. Well, the Magnolia has a $276 package known as "The Morton, Steakhouse Package" per night per couple. It comes with a three course steak and seafood dinner at Mortons, Draft Beer/wine in the hotel between 5:30 -6:30 p.m., complimentary buffett breakfast in the Club, and accomadation in a luxurious one bedroom suite for two. The package also includes Valet Parking which is a necessity at this downtown hotel.