A Wonderful Weekend in Irving, Texas
Located in Irving, on the outskirts of Dallas, is the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas Las Colinas, providing the most luxurious accommodations you could wish for. I was lucky enough to call this home for a weekend in Irving, Texas.
This 30-year-old property offered an upscale hotel stay and a plethora of activities. It was also a great place to go to get pampered.
The Four Seasons pristine golf course and long, winding pool are two of the property’s biggest draws. As always, the Four Seasons offers superior service.
The Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas’ lobby was impressive and sophisticated. You may find yourself wanting to hang out there to enjoy the ambiance, beautiful fixtures and furniture, and tantalizing smells.
An inviting lobby bar invites guests to enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail while relaxing and watching sporting events on the TV. I did just that.
The Well & Being Spa at Four Seasons
My weekend in Irving, Texas included a Four Season spa experience that more than exceeded my expectations.
A knowledgeable staff member of the Well & Being Spa was there to welcome and introduce me to the ritzy facility. The posh lounge chairs added to the theme of tranquility in the relaxation room. Because of the serene vibe and beautiful decor, I wanted to stay there all day.
My favorite feature of the Four Seasons Well & Being Spa was my a dip in the cool pool. As for treatments, I recommend both the Toned Ranger anti-cellulite treatment and Deep Tissue Massage. The spa also offers Thai massage, a unique treatment that will bend and stretch your worries right away.
Brunch at Law
Topping my list of greatest brunches ever was the Sunday brunch offering I took part in at the Four Season’s signature restaurant, Law. Pale colored rooms with contemporary-chic furnishings were the setting for this over-the-top and highly impressive food selection. I am not exaggerating when I say it had well over 100 items.
The food stations at Law included classic breakfast choices, salads, charcuterie, assorted sushi/sashimi, fresh seafood, antipasti, steak carving, soups, bread, and a whole room full of desserts. The choices alone will blow your mind!
Indulgent sweet treats were set up in a separate dessert room off to the side of the restaurant. There was creme brûlée, bread puddings, macarons, cookie trays, cheesecakes, pies, cake pops, brownies, cupcakes, parfaits, pastries, chocolate barks, and the list goes on and on. Everything I ate was scrumptious!
Law even had a child-sized food station that held all of the kid’s favorite items. Pair all of that food with Mimosas, coffee, fresh juice, and soda. The brunch buffet price is $59 per adult (which includes 2 mimosas) and $24 per child. It is definitely worth the splurge. This is reason enough to plan your weekend in Irving, don’t you think?
The Sophisticated Rooms
Exceptional comfort, style, and elegance would best describe the high-ceiling rooms at the Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas. The beds were covered with top quality linens while buttery leather chairs offered a nice place to sit. Flat-screen TVs hung on the wall while a work desk provided plenty of outlets and free Wi-Fi. There were several drawers and a closet to fully unpack. A mini-bar offered snacks and beverages.
The all marble bathroom may have been my favorite part of my accommodations. With a super deep soaking tub, separate glass shower area, separate WC, and thick robes just waiting for you to wrap up in, this bathroom incredible.
My room had a small Juliette style balcony that overlooked the pool and golf course. The shutter-style French doors opened to the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. I had never seen these before and was fond of the concept. I found myself repeatedly making my way across the huge room to enjoy that view.
Note about my stay: My travel size toothpaste was nearly empty and with no prompting, the housekeeper replaced it with a brand new one. How is that for proactively taking care of the guests? That act sets the Four Seasons apart from other hotels.
Quick & Tasty Room Service
A great way to save time and still have a terrific meal over your weekend is to order room service. An in-room menu shows all of the food choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Four Season’s room service wait time was minimal.
I enjoyed a delicious breakfast of Huevos Con Chorizo Hash with English muffins and butter. OMG, this was one savory dish. While I am not a coffee drinker, guests can take advantage of free coffee and tea in the lobby from 5 AM to 8:30 AM.
The Four Season Las Colinas has impeccable activities for your weekend in Irving, Texas; make sure to pick up the weekly calendar from the front desk. Activities are seasonal but may include Kid’s Night In, Kid’s Splash Time, and Movies. Children will love the Kids for All Seasons programs.
Feel like treating yourself to something new? An adorable gift shop off of the lobby sells signature t-shirts, souvenirs, gift items, and other notions. Stop by the exercise facility for a cardio workout, weight lifting, or antigravity yoga.
The resort has 2 golf course choices, Cottonwood Valley Golf Course and TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas so bring your clubs and play. TPC is the home of the PGA’s Annual AT&T Byron Nelson tournament.
A Luxurious Weekend in Irving, Texas
My stay at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas was one that made a favorable impression on me. Who wouldn’t love being surrounded by so much beauty and comfort? Again I was reminded how much work high-end hotels put in to please and satisfy their guests.
The Four Seasons has mastered the art of taking care of the guests every need and I look can’t wait for another weekend in Irving!
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Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas
4150 North MacArthur Boulevard
Irving, Texas 75038
Thank you to the Four Seasons Dallas and Irving CVB for hosting me. As always, opinions and comments are 100% mine and unbiased.
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