Hotel zaza review

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Hotel Zaza offers mix of rooms, suites, and Bungalows, most of which have their own look and feel. Each of the one- and two-bedroom Magnificent Seven Suites and the Concept Suites has its own unusual decor features, with geographically rooted themes such as Africa, the West Indies, and -- naturally -- Texas, plus other fun themes such as Medusa, Erotica, Zen, and even a swinging-60s-themed Shag-A-Delic Suite. There are also plenty of regular, theme-free rooms across three room types: Superior, Deluxe Parlor, and Premium Balcony; these tend to have similar decor, with dark, neutral decor and retro throwbacks such as cubist framed prints. 

With the exception of a few themed decor touches, bathrooms are relatively consistent across room categories, with marble vanities, large walk-in showers, and CO Bigelow toiletries. All rooms come with, at a minimum, flat-screen TVs, safes, iPod docks, air-conditioning, coffee- and tea-making facilities, and well-stocked minibars, while some also have balconies. 

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How did it strike you on arrival?
The dimly lit check-in here helps to foreshadow the sexy ambiance of the hotel. This Uptown hotel—thanks to its hopping bar and restaurant—has long been the premiere party destination for Dallas young professionals. Nice. What’s the crowd like?
Hotel guests are mixed in with posh partiers looking for a strong cocktail and a good time. The good stuff: Tell us about your room.
We booked one of the themed completely over-the-top suites—one of seven at the hotel—dubbed "Red Shoes." Kitted out with red and zebra print accents, the suite is covered in high-fashion illustrations of, you guessed it, shoes. Beyond the decor, this was a great room for entertaining during our girls weekend, thanks to the formal dining area and entertaining parlor that fits up to ten. The large, furnished terrace was another plus. How about the little things, like mini bar, or shower goodies. Any of that worth a mention?
This suite had a kitchenette that was stocked with flatware, glassware, and tableware, which made happy hour and late night take-out so much more convenient. We also really enjoyed the blackout drapes. What do they have for food and drink?
The hotel's restaurant Dragonfly checks all the boxes for a modern American kitchen serving hip food and creative cocktails. (You can stop by for breakfast, lunch and dinner.) By far the most popular drinking destination at this hotel, however, is the bustling pool bar. Staff: If you could award one a trophy, who gets it, and why?
The winner for me was the patient ZaSpa coordinator who helped me book treatments for my group of eight girls. Any other tips?
This hotel is not for those who are looking for a quiet weekend to read and reflect poolside. In fact, this is probably the biggest party pool in town. Bring on the bachelorette or girls weekend. It is more calm during the week but still a hotel I would say is best suited for those who like to let loose and have a little fun while visiting Dallas. What's the bottom line?
A lot of time and effort has been taken by the Hotel Zaza staff to make sure that all who enter the hotel leave feeling like they had a blast.

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So where are we?
This location of Hotel ZaZa, which is around the corner from the Houston Museum of Fine Art, is a sophisticated yet sexy place where business and leisure coexist. Nice. What type of people are checking in?
Leisure lovers. Any special rooms we should know about?
The Houston We Have a Problem suite, one of ZaZa's "Concept Suites," goes all in on the theme, with a moon-inspired couch and a life-size astronaut statue presiding over one corner. The space is huge—more than 1,000 square feet—with a large, executive-style table that seats as many as eight people. And if we want to connect to the outside world?
There's speedy complimentary wifi. What's the dining scene like?
Monarch, the onsite restaurant, does breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and the menus for each are packed with all sorts of apps, salads, sandwiches, and proper entrees. You can get crabcakes, spaghetti bolognese, fried chicken, and pretty much everything in between. Is there anything else we should know?
An extensive poolside menu offers adult popsicles and drinks by the pitcher; the fitness machines have individual TVs (hallelujah), and the Have No Mercy deep-tissue massage at ZaSpa is to die for. The restaurant, meanwhile, draws a mix of locals and hotel guests; its terrace has good views of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Mecom Foundation. Why should we book a room?
An experience from check-in till checkout, ZaZa is a great option if you're looking to break free from boring business travel.

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