Hotel Crescent Court Debuts Ballroom Renovation

USA, Dallas, Texas. February 27, 2020

Situated in the heart of Uptown Dallas within the flourishing 11-acre Crescent Complex, Hotel Crescent Court today proudly announces the completion of its renovation to The Crescent Ballroom Wing including The Crescent Ballroom, Garden Room, Salons, Executive Boardroom and Crescent Wing Foyer.

Conceptualized by Seifert Murphy, a Dallas-based interior design and architecture firm specializing in hospitality, the refreshed design incorporates timeless pattern and luxe texture with grey, white, taupe and navy, accessorized with pops of antique gold. Creating a simplistic backdrop to modernize meetings and events, the design also gives a nod to the original founder - the late Caroline Rose Hunt - by keeping the artwork from her personal, curated collection.

"We're beyond proud of the finished product that has been brought to life after years of meticulous planning," said Denise Mope, director of sales and marketing at Hotel Crescent Court. "Knowing people look for clean, modernized design when it comes to events, the end product was created with great intention."

As a Lone Star landmark, Hotel Crescent Court mirrors its stylish surroundings - steps from the bustling Dallas Arts District with easy access to shopping, dining and entertainment. The luxury hotel's 186 rooms and 40 lavish suites reflect gracious Texas hospitality including a private bar, custom bath products and thoughtful touches. 13 innovative dining outlets satisfy guests' culinary cravings, from the world-renowned Nobu featuring delectable Japanese fare to the glass-enclosed The Conservatory overlooking courtyard gardens. With a full-service spa and fitness center, as well as the members-only The Crescent Club, Hotel Crescent Court echoes the exclusivity of a country club with sophisticated amenities, including a sparkling outdoor swimming pool, 17 event spaces encompassing 23,320 sq. ft. and specially-curated programs celebrating the community through unique and indigenous experiences.

For more information about Hotel Crescent Court, please visit www.crescentcourt.com.


Gallery Foyer at Hotel Crescent Court
Galleries Cocktail Setup at Hotel Crescent Court
Hotel Crescent Court - located in Uptown Dallas, TX
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About Hotel Crescent Court

Media Contact:

Janie Henker
Public Relations Representative
The Zimmerman Agency
T: 850-668-2222
E: jhenker@zimmerman.com
W: http://www.crescentcourt.com

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