Hotel of the Week: Cooper Hotel

Nestled in the peaceful-with-plenty-still-to-do Preston Hollow neighborhood, thirty minutes north of downtown Dallas, the Cooper Hotel Conference Center & Spa offers a cozy getaway from the bustling city. Deluxe corporate accommodations, upscale wedding reception packages, and of course, a ton of personal wellness options (a 52,000 square-foot fitness center, a one-mile cushioned walking and jogging trail, and a therapeutic and recuperative spa) top the highlight reel. Not to mention the lighted tennis courts and a temperature-regulated pool to beat back the Dallas heat.

Current deals: 

Earn triple points when you stay in 2017 | Book by 12/1
Meeting planners earn 800 points per room night for bookings in 2017

Contracted by March 31, 2017. Learn more by clicking here.

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Beyond the well-maintained grounds–loads of green space and a few tidy duck ponds to relax beside–the Cooper offers spacious rooms and wonderful service. Plush four-poster beds give the rooms an old-world vibe. The tall French doors, opening to private balconies, come standard in The Cooper’s twelve suites. Corporate meeting rooms run from small (283 sq. ft., 8 people) to extra large (2,753 sq. ft., 250 people), and all come with service packages designed for effective and efficient meetings and conferences. At the Cooper, doing business is a pleasure.

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With the convenience of on-site shoe shine, laundry and dry cleaning services, The Cooper ensures its guests look the part, whether their role is bridesmaid in a rehearsal dinner or keynote speaker at a conference. Also, guests are granted complimentary access to the Cooper Fitness Center.

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Are you ready to head to Dallas? Click here to book your stay! 

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