Doubletree Dallas Campbell Centre Announces Opening of Topgolf Swing Suite Coming This September

Immersive Social Experience Will Be Available to all Guests and Dallas Locals

USA, Dallas, Texas. August 06, 2019

The Doubletree by Hilton Dallas - Campbell Centre announces the opening of the first Topgolf Swing Suite in a hotel for the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Opening in early September, the immersive social experience will include two simulator bays accommodating up to eight guests each. Each bay is equipped with a massive screen and a selection of interactive virtual games including a simulated Topgolf experience, a selection of golf courses, baseball pitching, hockey shots, quarterback challenge and zombie dodgeball.

While the two bays can serve up to 16 guests total, the Swing Suite will boast a common area with lounge and cocktail seating for larger parties up to 36 people.

Guests will be able to enjoy appetizers and small bites from 82fifty Restaurant and Bar's shareable food menu featuring items such as Flatbreads, Epic Beef Nachos, and Trio of Hot Chicken Sliders and an array of Dallas-themed cocktails and other beverages from the 82fifty bar.

"We are thrilled to be able to be the first to bring a Topgolf Swing Suite to the Dallas area," said Michael Walzl, General Manager of the Doubletree by Hilton Dallas - Campbell Centre. "We are excited to provide this one-of-a-kind simulation experience for hotel guests and Dallas locals alike. "

Open from 3:00pm to midnight during the week and from 11:00am to midnight on Friday and Saturday, play is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Advanced reservations are available for private events including group meetings, birthday parties or other social gatherings.

To learn more about the Doubletree by Hilton Dallas - Campbell Centre's Topgolf Swing Suite, please click here to visit the website or email topgolfswingsuitedallas@hilton.com.


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