One of America’s hippest, contemporary hotels?

Ideally located next to the flagship Neiman Marcus, The Joule has raised the bar for luxury in Dallas, TX. Designed by world-renowned designer Adam D. Tihany, The Joule is destined to be one of America’s hippest contemporary hotels. The 129 room boutique property features a fantastic restaurant from Chef Charlie Palmer (of Aureole fame; this is his first Texas outpost) and a dramatic cantilevered pool that juts beyond the side of the building on the 10th floor. It’s spectacular! As people are looking for unique vacations within the U.S., The Joule and Dallas are the perfect getaway. The hotel takes its name from a Joule, the unit of energy. It’s an appropriate choice for a hotel that embodies a new sense of dynamism and vivacity sweeping through downtown Dallas.

Dallas is experiencing a cultural boom, and the downtown area is thriving with the addition of The Joule in the renovated, historic National Bank building. The concept of energy flows throughout the design of the hotel and the restaurant while original works of art by Bram Tihany and other artists grace the walls of the sumptuous space. Just steps from Dallas’ business district and nearby attractions such as Victory Park and the Dallas Museum of Art, The Joule’s location offers style, ambiance and accessibility to Dallas natives and visitors alike.

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  1. shubhranshu says:

    Thanks for the information. I have already heard much about Adam D. Tihany and Dallas. Though I have never been to this place but I can imagine ‘what new’ I would feel there. I searched the list of the hotels being booked by my official booking agent Travel.justluxe.com and it was not there. I have told those people to include ‘The Joule’ also in their list.

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  3. irene says:

    sounds fab and so near to the shops – couldn’t ask for anything more!

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