The Renaissance Dallas Hotel Nears Completion of $17 Million Renovation

USA, Dallas, Texas. October 01, 2018

The Renaissance Dallas Hotel by Marriott announces it will soon complete a $17-million-dollar guest room renovation.

The 30-story landmark hotel will soon feature new furnishings and an updated design of all 484 guestrooms and 30 suites. Upon entering the redesigned rooms, guests will be welcomed with classic materials, such as marble and glass, welcoming colors and modern furniture that seamlessly connects guestrooms with the hotel's overall aesthetic.

Each guest room will display artwork inspired by local scenery, giving guests a true taste of Texas. Landscape murals, featuring inviting colors, will provide a high-end distinctive design to match the ambiance throughout the hotel.

"After much anticipation, we are thrilled that our guestroom renovation is well underway," said Chris Pilavakis, general manager of The Renaissance Dallas Hotel. "With the modernization of our guestrooms and suites, each guests' experience will be elevated to the next level of comfort and satisfaction."

The hotel is open during renovations, as construction is taking place floor-by-floor. Renovations are expected to be complete in early 2019.

Conveniently located in downtown Dallas' Market Center just moments from the Design District, and around the corner from some of the city's top attractions, The Renaissance Dallas Hotel is perfect destination for business and leisure guests alike.

The Renaissance Dallas Hotel is located at 2222 North Stemmons Freeway in Dallas, Texas.



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