Hotel St. Germain

2516 Maple Ave DallasTX75201
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Open All Day
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Open All Day
Open All Day
Open All Day
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash, Travelers Check
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St Germain is located at 2516 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX. This business specializes in Hotels & Motels and has 2 review(s) with a star rating of 3.0. St Germain is open Mon, Open 24 hours; Tue, Open 24 hours; Wed, Open 24 hours; Thu, Open 24 hours; Fri, Open 24 hours; Sat, Open 24 hours; Sun, Open 24 hours and accepts Mastercard and Visa.
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Save Time: Setting up a reservation takes about 10 minutes. Have a fax number or email address ready; you must pick your entree from the menu 24 hours in advance.
by ezlocal on July 18, 2012 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go: The restaurant at the St. Germain offers prix-fixe ($85) multicourse dinners, Tuesday-Saturday with advance reservations.
by ezlocal on July 18, 2012 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

Built as a private residence in 1906, this tiny boutique inn with white-glove service is one of the most romantic in the city. The beautiful rooms are filled with antiques and collectibles; each has a working fireplace. Three suites have Jacuzzi tubs. The dining room (closed Sunday and Monday) is known for its $85 prix-fixe seven-course dinner. Guests can relax in a New Orleans-style courtyard....
by fodors on February 21, 2013 from fodors
The St. Germain is blissfully out of place in Dallas. The tiny, intimate boutique hotel and restaurant envelops guests in old-world luxury, with a library, parlors, and sumptuous style that borders on bordello. Equal parts late-19th-century France and New Orleans, each of the seven suites is individually decorated, with pampering features such as wood-burning fireplaces, tapestries, draped...
by frommers on December 26, 2012 from frommers
Hotel St. Germain Restaurant Review:
You'll be treated like royalty in the dining room of this charming Victorian home-turned-hotel --- where, in fact, royalty has stayed. A hand-signed note from the owner will welcome you to dinner, you'll be greeted by name when you arrive, and you will dine among the owner's personal collection of fine antiques and china. Chef Chad Martin turns out seven-course dinners in haute French style...
by gayot on November 04, 2011 from gayot
This epitome of elegance and white-glove service offers one of Dallas' premier dining experiences.:
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Louis XIV would have loved it here. A moss-green velvet couch and heavy damask chairs decorate one parlor room. Gilded mirrors, a baroque chandelier and an ornate fireplace turn...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on December 21, 2004 from Citysearch

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