Restored to reflect its original appearance, this landmark edifice built in 1910 includes original architectural masonry details and an exterior clock reminiscent of 17th Street’s past as the “wall street of the west.” Where historic details add interest to the chic design of our thoughtfully appointed rooms, pure hospitality awaits in the center of downtown at Magnolia Denver. No visit would be complete without a stop in at Harry’s Bar, rated “one of the best places to chill” by the Denver Post.
Pegasus, the Flying Red Horse, shines as a vibrant icon from atop Magnolia Dallas Downtown, formerly the Magnolia Petroleum Company Building, one of the city’s most revered structures. Built in 1922, this 400-foot high, 29-story structure was the first high-rise in the United States to have air conditioning and the city’s first skyscraper. Experience the luxury of pure hospitality nearby to everything you want to see and do throughout a stay in Dallas. From artfully restored vintage details complemented by contemporary sophistication to a welcoming sense of belonging, Magnolia Dallas Downtown is the ideal home base for a visit to the Lone Star State.
Rated “One of the top 100 New Hotels in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler Magazine, Magnolia Houston was originally the home of the Houston Post Dispatch newspaper and later the corporate office for Shell Oil Company. After extensive renovations, this 1926 historic landmark is now one of Houston’s most distinct AAA Four Diamond properties. Named the “Best Boutique Hotel in Houston” by the Houston Press, each of our beautiful 314 rooms and suites are thoughtfully appointed with the comforts of home and a modern flair, as well as access to the rooftop lap pool and a 24-hour fitness center. Located in the heart of downtown Houston, discover a destination dedicated to pure hospitality whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure.
Formerly the Aquila Court Building, built by Chester Cook in 1923, the structure was designed to mimic the Bargello, a palace in Florence, Italy, in homage to Chester’s grandfather Aquila. Named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, the faces of George and Aquila Cook can still be seen on the front of the boutique hotel’s building today. Here, the inviting warmth of pure hospitality in the center of downtown Omaha is matched by unparalleled service and complemented by artfully restored historic details with a modern flair.
Magnolia St. Louis was originally built in 1924 as the Mayfair Hotel by Charles Heiss and shines brightly as the crown jewel of downtown hospitality and sophistication. It is the site of many historical firsts, including the first female general manager in St. Louis and the birthplace of “chocolates on a pillow” by cinematic icon, Cary Grant. Here, each of our 182 guest rooms, including the lavish Cary Grant and Presidential Suites, provide one of downtown St. Louis’ only boutique experiences. Named to the National Historic Register and a AAA Four Diamond recipient, Magnolia Hotel St. Louis is one of the most recognized in the area for its historical significance and elegant decor.
The newest addition to the Dallas/SMU area, our central location provides easy access to Downtown Dallas, Southern Methodist University, Fair Park/Cotton Bowl, American Airlines Center and so much more. Mockingbird Station is within walking distance of the hotel and provides many options for shopping, dining and entertainment. Pure hospitality awaits at Magnolia Dallas Park Cities, conveniently located in the center of everywhere you want to be.