Prism's Nylo Las Colinas and Nylo Dallas / Plano Tapestry Collection by Hilton Hotels Unveil Extensive Renovations

Each Property Has Completely Transformed Guestrooms, Restaurants and Lobby Areas, Technology Upgrades and Improved Guest Experience; Another Example of Prism Delivering Success for Owners During Pandemic

USA, Dallas, Texas. August 19, 2020

Dallas-based Prism Hotels & Resorts, an award-winning, full service hotel management, investment and advisory services company, announced today that its NYLO Las Colinas and NYLO Dallas/Plano Tapestry Collection by Hilton hotels, have completed extensive renovations that initially begun in early 2020. The completion of these notable renovations is another example of how the company has continued to drive results for owners across the portfolio, even amid a challenging global pandemic. Prism Hotels and Resorts' President and CEO Steve Van made the announcement.

Prism continues to work closely with the expertise of JF Capital Advisors, which serves as strategic advisor to the owner, and has been a vital partner through the conversion process. The unveiling of these stunning renovations are a testament to Prism's relentless pursuit of innovation and strong commitment to partnerships. During the global health crisis, the company has experienced zero corporate layoffs and has delivered notable financial results for its owners all while experiencing signiticant portfolio growth, as the greater hospitality industry copes with the pandemic.

"After extensive upgrades to virtually every facet of each hotel, these properties are primed to deliver the one-of-a-kind experience," said Van. "From guest suites, meeting spaces, technology and more, there are no details left untouched. They are incredible. These significant investments coupled with the already proven reputation of Hilton make us proud to manage these great properties and deliver for our owners in the way they have come to know and expect as our Prism Difference."

NYLO Las Colinas remains aligned with its core of loft style guestrooms, unlike any other hotel in the greater-Irving area. With exposed brick, polished concrete, and industrial windows, the guestrooms gained all new furnishings including desks, night stands, platform beds with new Hilton mattresses, expanded closet space for added storage, lighting fixtures, stylish drapery, artwork, and 49" HDTV's in standard lofts. Each guestroom and suite bath received enhanced accents that include additional storage space under a chic European style white quartz vanity and a large round backlit mirror for optimal lighting. Each shower now features floor-to-ceiling white subway tile and continues to offer a towering opaque glass overlooking the bedroom area.

The hotel's restaurant, LOFT Restaurant & Bar, will be unveiling a new locally inspired menu in late 2020. LOFT also provides extremely flexible spaces for indoor and outdoor events. The hotel's 3,115 square foot Manhattan Ballroom received major structural acoustic upgrades to improve audio quality for large events. The ballroom can entertain up to 300 guests for reception and 220 for banquets.

NYLO Dallas/Plano stays true to its origin with loft style guestrooms complete with exposed concrete, brick and ductwork. The guestrooms gained all new furnishings including desks, headboards, night stands, platform beds with new Hilton mattresses, hospitality unit, vanity, expanded closet space for added storage, lighting fixtures, woven area rugs, stylish drapery, artwork, 49" HDTV's in standard lofts. Guestroom and suite baths received upgrades consistent with those at the NYLO Las Colinas property. The hotel's restaurant has been rebranded LOFT Restaurant & Bar.

Tapestry Collection by Hilton is a gathering of original hotels that offer authentic, unique experiences. Guests that visit Tapestry Collection hotels want to weave their own stories through travel, with the reassurance and peace of mind that come with the Hilton name and award-winning Hilton Honors program. For more information, visit newsroom.hilton.com/tapestry.


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