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  • The Bungalows are situated in two buildings along a tree-lined street in Uptown Dallas, half in a historic building and the other half in a brand new, ground-up build designed to match the New Orleans-style architecture of its counterpart.
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  • Ranging from 600 to 1,200 sq. ft., many of the suites feature kitchens, living rooms, and private porches and patios. No two suites have the same layout, design or collection of art and oddities. Among design elements you'll find in The Bungalows are a Napoli freestanding tub from Victoria + Albers, a 1940s 24-inch TV set built into a beautiful wooden cabinet and an amber-colored LED tree.
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  • In addition to the amenities offered at the hotel, guests of The Bungalows enjoy perks such as a morning butler's pantry and a nightly fire in The Bungalow's brick courtyard
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  • There's an electric open-air car service to and from the main property of the Hotel ZaZa Dallas.
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  • The most expensive of the suites is Bungalow #8, a 1,200-sqaure-foot two-bedroom, townhouse suite that goes for $1,500 per night.
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  • The suite features a full marble kitchen and open dining area.
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  • Bungalow #8 features two-and-a-half bathrooms, a dramatic stairway, hardwood floors and exposed brick walls, access to a brick courtyard and three 47-inch flat screen TVs.
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