“The Fairmont.” Merely whispering the name, “Fairmont” evokes images of fine dining in rooms of elegance, excitement and opulence.

In 1969, The Fairmont Dallas became an instant and coveted site which was second home to high profile performers such as Jack Jones, Carol Channing, Eartha Kitt, Ella Fitzgerald, Mel Torme, Ike & Tina Turner, Jerry Lewis, Peggy Lee, Bernadette Peters, Lou Rawls, Johnny Mathis, Marlene Dietrich, Sonny & Cher, Ginger Rogers and Jose Feliciano.

Equally impressive, The Fairmont has a history of film screen cinema such as North by Northwest; Doctor Zhivago; The Assassination of Jesse James and The Rock.

Pyramid_Restaurant_478681_highAn early attraction of The Fairmont Dallas featured eleven kitchens which serviced an in-house bakery providing guests with hot, baked delicacies fresh out of the oven as well as room service. No other surrounding hotel offered such exciting and glamorous amenities.

One spectacular feature of The Pyramid Room was the inverted pyramid light fixture composed of a bronze and copper sculpture covered in semi-precious stones. It was fascinating and unique items such as these which made the hotel a marvel to visit.

For four decades, The Fairmont Dallas has been the spot where international guests go to experience fine dining, glamour, charm, magical romance and excellence. Whether the name conveys the glamour of exquisite Hollywood dining or today’s trend setting rooftop  herb and vegetable garden, The Fairmont Pyramid Restaurant has evolved into a modern, chic and contemporary landmark for anyone looking to create a beautiful and timeless memory.