• The magnificent 2-bath "residence" includes a full kitchen, den, master bedroom and private rooftop cabana. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
      The magnificent 2-bath "residence" includes a full kitchen, den, master bedroom and private rooftop cabana. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
    • A riotous installation of edison bulbs hangs over the bar. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
      A riotous installation of edison bulbs hangs over the bar. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
    • Relax in style at the rooftop pool. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
      Relax in style at the rooftop pool. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
    • The roasted chicken roulade at ZaZa's in-house restaurant, Dragonfly. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
      The roasted chicken roulade at ZaZa's in-house restaurant, Dragonfly. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
    • Wine lines a private dining room. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
      Wine lines a private dining room. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
    • The public spaces show off an impressive collection of contemporary art. Photograph by Claire McCormack.
      The public spaces show off an impressive collection of contemporary art. Photograph by Claire McCormack.

      Issue 12: Dallas

      Looking for a cutting edge getaway? One of a small Texas-based chain of boutique hotels, Hotel ZaZa brings a dose of over-the-top Mediterranean glamour to uptown Dallas. From the lobby’s crystal chandeliers to the guest rooms’ rain showers and nearly Olympic-sized tubs, this is one place where big is definitely better. The pool lounge is known for prime celeb spotting, but if you really want to live the high life, reserve one of seven fit-for-a king residential suites.