Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Rosewood Mansion On Turtle Creek Reveals Extensive Reimagination
Renovation – 142 Rooms
Originally built in 1925 as a private estate, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek boasts original architecture influenced by 16th century Renaissance Italy and meticulously restored features including hand-carved fireplaces, marble floors and stained-glass windows. Inspired by these offerings and the Mansion's distinctive and distinguished spirit, Pheasant's entirely customized approach creates an undeniably refined yet residential atmosphere that highlights the Mansion's rich history at each turn. From the artfully curated bookshelf niches in each guestroom, to the subtle motifs in the carpets and cabinetry drawn from preexisting elements of the property, to the unique corridors adorned with photographs of modern ranch memorabilia, each detail of the redesign perfectly portrays Rosewood's guiding A Sense of Place® philosophy, wherein the local sensibilities of the destination are realized throughout all aspects of the property.
Together, the team celebrates the original building's quintessential characteristics and charm while simultaneously incorporating a fresh and convivial sense of style. In addition to the redesigned spaces, several new, unique services and partnerships further provide the utmost in ease and highlight the Mansion's Texas heritage. From custom designed, handcrafted cowboy boots by bespoke boot boutique Miron Crosby to unprecedented services from Dallas' prestigious retail magnate Neiman Marcus, the one-of-a-kind offerings deliver the ultimate guest experience while celebrating the property's distinctive Dallas roots. Together, the artful redesign and exclusive services and amenities create an inspired interpretation of modern splendor that sets a new standard for luxury hospitality at large.