Delta Hotels by Marriott™ Dallas Southlake Now Open for Guests, Meetings, Dining, Entertainment

'Father of Southwestern Cuisine' Dean Fearing Consulted With Enam Chowdhury on Hotel's Signature Sky Creek Kitchen + Bar

USA, Southlake, Texas. December 09, 2020

Delta Hotels by Marriott™ Dallas Southlake officially opened Nov. 27 - just in time to celebrate the holiday season. The eagerly anticipated hotel, owned by RREAF Holdings and managed by Aimbridge Hospitality, is at the intersection of State Highway 114 and White Chapel Boulevard in Southlake. RREAF Holdings is a privately-held commercial real estate firm based in Dallas, with a history of success in the acquisition, development, asset management, ownership, repositioning and financing of complex real estate projects throughout the United States.

Celebrity chef and iconic restaurateur Dean Fearing collaborated on developing and designing the hotel's signature Sky Creek Kitchen + Bar, which features an elevated Southwestern cuisine and exceptional craft beverages. This includes Fearing's influences on restaurant menus, brunches, weddings and special events. Enam Chowdhury is Executive Chef and Director of Food and Beverage. Alongside Chowdhury is Chef de Cuisine Jose Soto, most recently the Sous Chef for Fearing's Restaurant at The Ritz Carlton Dallas. Nick Bray is the Restaurant and Bar Manager.

"The six-story hotel includes 10,000 feet of technologically advanced meeting and conference facilities consisting of eight meeting rooms, including the Chisholm Trail Ballroom," said Hotel Manager John Emmett. "The hotel is now accepting reservations for guest room stays, dining reservations, corporate meetings, catered events, weddings and more."

The hotel's promise of purposeful service includes 240 beautifully designed guestrooms with premium bedding and towels, large workspaces and free bottled water, plus access to the hotel's complimentary Wi-Fi throughout, hydration stations on each floor, chef-inspired grab-and-go food market, a 24-hour elite pantry, a premium full-service fitness center, a luxurious outdoor pool and lounge area, and a much-talked-about heightened culinary experience.

The Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Southlake will anchor a 16-acre mixed-use development that also features office and retail space. The hotel is perfectly situated for convenience to DFW International Airport, only 15 minutes away, and the dynamic business hubs of Northeast Tarrant County, including major corporate facilities at Solana and AllianceTexas. The hotel offers immediate proximity to Methodist Southlake Hospital, plus various medical offices and related medical facilities.

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