Venue & Accommodations
HOTEL CRESCENT COURT
400 Crescent Court, Dallas, Texas 75201
Featuring undeniable charm that is quintessentially Texan, they meld Dallas sophistication and heritage into an experience that is uniquely Hotel Crescent Court. With an immersive spa, renowned dining, and serene pool just moments away from the trolley. Experience a world filled by arts, shopping and entertainment districts. This is Texas luxury living at its finest.
Call the hotel to book your room #214-871-3200
We have blocked a special discounted meeting rate as low as $249/per night. The cut-off date for this guaranteed rate is October 12, 2022. Please mention the Group Code TSVES when booking your room(s) reservation for the Texas Vascular Society meeting. OR you can book online with this RESERVATIONS LINK.
Hotel Crescent Court is booking up FAST! The night of Thursday, Nov 3rd, is especially popular, but there are still nights available in our block for Friday and Saturday night! If you're having trouble booking the nights you need, please call Daphne Rosenbaum at 503-635-4761 ext 109 to assist or check out Hotel ZaZa, further information on this page.
Alternate Accommodations - DISCOUNT DEADLINE is 10/14!
Hotel Zaza located at 2332 Leonard St, Dallas, TX. 75201. We have blocked a special discounted meeting rate as low as $312/per night. Please call 214-468-8399 and mention the Group Code WEL113 when booking your room(s) reservation for the TSVES Annual meeting. OR, you can book online: HOTEL ZAZA RESERVATIONS . The booking code is WEL113. The discounted rate WAS EXTENDED to 10/14/2022.
Please reach out if you have any difficulties, 503-635-4761.
Hotel Crescent Court is located in the heart of the art, culture, and energy of Uptown Dallas! Uptown is known for its eclectic restaurant and bar scene, including lively sports bars, posh global bistros, and hip cocktail lounges that are a must-see! All this centers on McKinney Avenue where you can take a free, vintage trolley ride and stop at high-end fashion boutiques and find chic western wear. The Katy Trail skirts Turtle Creek for the joggers, walkers, and bicycling crowd. The art crowd will enjoy the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art! Explore and enjoy the city where Big things happen!
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