Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas located north of Dallas, in Irving, Texas, is part of the Toronto-based Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels and resorts. Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas offers a Tournament Players Club golf club that hosts the PGA tour's annual EDS Byron Nelson Classic. It is also home to the Byron Nelson Golf School.

History Edit

Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas houses 397 guest rooms, with 20 suites and 90 rooms grouped in private villas. Opened in 1986, C. Frederick Wehba and Bentley Forbes acquired the Four Seasons Resort in 2006. Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas will soon be offering improvements to the Cottonwood Valley Golf Course, forty new residential luxury condominiums and forty new guest villas. The resort was constructed with an 18-hole championship golf course and a European-style spa.

Amenities Edit

Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas is known for its services and amenities. Four Seasons Resort Golf Club is one of only 30 Tournament Players Clubs (TPC) in the country and was designed with the consultation of Ben Crenshaw and Byron Nelson. Fitness facilities, tennis and pools complete the amenities list.

Nearby Attractions and Activities Edit

Dallas Symphony Orchestra - 107 year old orchestra performs classics from composers such as Mozart, Verdi and Stravinsky; also offers educational programs.

Sixth Floor Museum - Features permanent and special exhibits related to the life and death of President John F. Kennedy. In the sixth floor of this building is where the sniper's equipment used to assassinate the President was found.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens - Offers Holiday at the Arboretum exhibit featuring over 10,000 ornaments and decorative pieces that decorate the DeGolyer Estate on the grounds. Throughout the year the Arboretum offers outdoor floral festivals, kids concerts and events.

Dallas World Aquarium - Includes the Aquarium with a 22,000 gallon tunnel for viewing reef life, a rainforest exhibit, large and small conservation programs and numerous other nature-based exhibits.

Texas Stadium - Home to the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys, this stadium with its famous hole in the roof will soon be replaced by a new venue in Arlington that will open before the 2009 NFL season.

Museum of Nature and Science - Offers the Trinity River Mammoth exhibit, a kids museum, Ice Age exhibit, Aliens of the Deep exhibit, IMAX theater and planetarium. Museum also offers sleepovers for kids and kids' summer camps.

Fair Park - This park covers over 200 acres and includes the Cotton Bowl football stadium and nine museums; featuring the Texas Discovery Gardens and the Hall of State (Dallas Historical Society).

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