Renaissance Dallas Hotel Completes Phase Two of Multimillion Dollar Renovation

USA, Dallas, Texas. April 09, 2019

The Renaissance Dallas Hotel managed by Marriott International has completed the final phase of its multimillion dollar renovation.

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

Phase one of this renovation took place in 2014, and included an expansion and refurbishment of all public and meeting spaces.

FlickMars, the design firm who curated the guestroom renovation, was charged with revitalizing the guestrooms and suites to mirror Dallas culture while elevating each guests' stay to the next level of comfort and satisfaction.

Every guestroom displays artwork, inspired by local scenery, and gives guests a true taste of Texas. Landscape murals, featuring inviting colors, provide a high-end, distinctive design to match the ambiance throughout the hotel .

"We are thrilled to have phase two of this renovation complete," said Chris Pilavakis, general manager of The Renaissance Dallas Hotel. "Our new guest rooms reflect the influence of Dallas and have evolved to serve the millennial, while still remaining attractive to the business and leisure traveler."

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 is the perfect destination for the millenial, business and leisure travelers alike.

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



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