Posted June 12, 2021The Adolphus, Autograph Collection
Recognized for more than a century as the iconic address for Dallas hospitality, The Adolphus offers timeless culture, vibrant and storied surroundings, imaginative and collaborative food and drink, and immersive experiences. In its reimagining, the 407-room downtown hotel recalls a grand European home.
We are searching for curious self-starters with a genuine interest in people. These hard working individuals have always had a natural bent toward hospitality, no matter where they worked, because they’ve always seen themselves as part of something bigger.
Seeking warmth personified. A host is organized, quick-thinking, and positive and has a knack for hitting curveballs out of the park. This is the kind of person who never met a stranger and who goes the extra mile to keep a friend smiling. A host takes and confirms reservations, seats guests, answers inquiries, and communicates efficiently and clearly with front of house staff and leadership to help ensure an exceptional dining experience.
Since opening in 1912, The Adolphus has served as a Dallas icon and an integral part of the city’s history and culture. In its recent restoration, the hotel’s storied past is both celebrated and re-imagined, creating a sense of discovery at every turn.
Dallas is known for its entrepreneurial spirit and passion for commerce, fashion, and luxury. The city also personifies that unmistakable Texas hospitality. The Adolphus was built on Commerce Street as Dallas’ first luxury hotel by Adolphus Busch founder of Anheuser Busch. Situated on the original site of City Hall, The Adolphus was modeled after a grand Beaux Arts German castle, with Busch commissioning European craftsmen to create authentic details throughout the building. In its recent restoration and renovation, the hotel’s storied past is both celebrated and re-imagined. There is a sense of discovery at every turn. its claim as an intrinsic piece to a vibrant downtown.