I was really excited about staying at the Hilton Anatole on our trip in June. I had taken a look at their website and knew that is where I wanted to stay. The Hilton Anatole is a beautiful hotel in Dallas that houses a large collection of art.
The hotel itself is huge, much bigger than I was expecting. When we arrived I wasn’t sure where to park because there were so many parking lots. I finally picked one and we checked in.
Our third day at the hotel we went on the Art Walk. If you go to http://www.AnatoleArt.com you can listen to audio for a 1 mile Art Walk. There are two large elephants at the Chantilly entrance of the tower. These elephants mark the start of the tour.
From there you continue counter-clockwise through the hotel.
Soon after that we stopped at the bathroom. In the bathrooms, the women’s at least, they have a salt scrub to use after you wash your hands. They boys loved this. It was really nice and made your hands very smooth. It said they had it available for purchase in the gift store and Connor really wanted to buy some to take home but we never got around to checking the gift store.
After that we continued on through the inside a little more and then out to the sculpture garden.
After the Buddha the tour headed back inside and this is where we stopped. We got through about half of the Art Walk and I was hoping we’d be able to finish that evening or the next morning but we never had time to. There was also a Art scavenger hunt on the Anatole Art website that I wanted to do as well.
I don’t have any more pictures of the Art Walk but I do have a few more of the hotel.
I really enjoyed staying at this hotel and would absolutely recommend it for anyone traveling to Dallas. Even if you don’t stay at the hotel I think that visiting to tour the art is a must and hopefully we’ll be able to go back to the Hilton Anatole and finish the Art Walk.