There’s nothing quite like laying your head on a giant, soft pillow and pulling up the blankets in a luxurious hotel room. It’s even better after an afternoon at an outdoor pool with incredible views or dining at an upscale restaurant just a short elevator ride away. In fact, a visit to one of these elevated Frisco hotels may make you want to extend your Frisco getaway or Texas staycation by a night or two. Family vacations, golf trips, and shopping excursions are all better with a stay at one of these five luxury hotels.
1) Hyatt Regency Frisco
Shop 'til you drop is a good thing at Hyatt Regency Frisco. First, shop at the 200 stores and restaurants of the Stonebriar Centre. Then head next door and drop into your comfortable room or suite. It's the perfect base camp for a shopping getaway or family vacation. Along with all your favorite brands and retail outlets, Stonebriar Centre is the home of KidZania, a one-of-a-kind 80,000-square-foot kid city that's entertaining and educational.
You don't need to go far to find fantastic dining, with Copper & Steel located right in the hotel. The food menu here takes American favorites, then adds a distinct Texan twist and local ingredients. Think brisket sliders, chicken quesadillas, steak sandwiches, cajun salmon, and more. From May through September, delicious food from the Copper & Steel kitchen is available poolside at Steel Horse Cabana, located at the Hyatt's spacious and heated outdoor pool.
2) Omni Frisco Hotel
For a luxurious Frisco stay, look no further than Omni Frisco Hotel, located at The Star. The cornerstone of The Star, this 16-story hotel at the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters is close to Ford Center, an always-growing list of impressive restaurants and bars, nightlife, and shopping. Even with all this entertainment at your doorstep, there's plenty to do right at Omni Frisco Hotel. The Edge Terrace and Deck is a premier pool experience. Breathtaking views of The Star? Check. Poolside bar? Check. For the ultimate day at the pool, there are five cabanas available for an additional fee. These include a semi-private poolside shaded cabana, two reserved lounge chairs, towel service, a dedicated pool server, and a complimentary welcome gift. The pool opens for the season in April.
The on-site restaurant, Neighborhood Services, is another epicurean delight from renowned Dallas restauranter Nick Badovinus, who self-describes his signature fare as "honest food and drink in the American traditions". It's an ideal place to enjoy upscale comfort food on your Frisco getaway or Texas staycation.
3) The Westin Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa
Relax with a resort experience right here in Frisco. The Westin Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa has all you need for a relaxing escape: golf course access, a full-service spa, a pool area with cabanas and a waterslide, inspired dining, a large outdoor patio, a lawn games area, and more.
For golfers, guests of Westin Stonebriar have convenient access to the Fazio Golf Course at Stonebriar Country Club. You don't even need to leave the hotel to experience golf, thanks to the Topgolf Swing Suite on the main floor. This private room is available to book to practice your swing or play a variety of thrilling virtual games on a massive screen. Available for groups of up to 12 people, this suite is ready for every kind of party and celebration. Food and drinks at the golf suite are available from Beans & Barrel, the hotel's popular day-to-night café.
For a more refined dining experience, stop by Herd & Hearth, a restaurant that combines Southern hospitality with the best flavors of Texas. This includes wood-fired and smoked plates with ingredients from Frisco and the surrounding area. Start a day of Frisco adventures off with a hearty Texas Benedict, featuring oak-smoked brisket and organic eggs, or wind down after a day on the golf course with a local pint and a Texas bison burger grilled to perfection.
4) Hotel Indigo
If you're looking for a hotel in the middle of it all, Hotel Indigo has you covered. It's located in the Avenue of the Stars neighborhood, meaning many of Frisco's biggest attractions are less than a five-minute drive away. This includes The Star, Riders Field, where the Frisco RoughRiders play baseball, and Frisco Central Park — a beautiful outdoor park across the street.
We don't really do ordinary in Frisco, and Hotel Indigo is no different. Natural light flows through the large windows of this boutique hotel, highlighting the finer details of exposed brick and wood. Splashes of color and vintage-style light fixtures add fun to every room, making a stay here even more memorable.
Standout amenities include an outdoor pool and Parlour Social Lounge, an upscale dining spot with a Dallas Metroplex take on farm-to-table. The menu indicates which items feature ingredients from local partners such as Bonton Farms from South Dallas. Located on the ground level, this neighborhood hotel restaurant serves good vibes, good meals, and good drinks.
5) Omni PGA Frisco Resort
The anticipated Omni PGA Frisco Resort sits close to the PGA of America headquarters, which just moved here in 2022. The new resort is a one-stop-shop for every kind of golfer — from beginners to pros. The resort features two new 18-hole championship courses: Fields Ranch East, designed by Gil Hanse, and Field Ranch West, designed by Beau Willing. There’s also a lighted 10-hole short course and a two-acre putting green.
The resort features a new entertainment district with restaurants, a retail village, and a virtual game experience. Omni PGA Frisco Resort has 500 guest rooms and suites, along with 10 ranch houses. For a taste of Texas, these exclusive ranch houses include four bedrooms, a chef's kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, and a concierge team available 24/7. The floor-to-ceiling windows let you take in the scenery from inside, and a large outdoor patio allows you to enjoy the fresh Frisco air.
What’s for dinner? It depends on what you like! With 15 dining options, there are endless places to fuel up before a round or spots for a drink at the 19th hole and a hearty meal at the end of a golf-filled day. We’re excited about Ice House, a ranch-style restaurant and bar with a design that nods to the barns that used to be a common sight in our North Texas home. Ice House offers a huge selection of beer, wine, and cocktails for thirsty golfers — and six hitting bays for those thirsty for more golf.
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