Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel Completes Full Property Renovation

USA, Dallas, Texas. April 14, 2021

Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel announces the completion of its top-to-bottom renovation that includes a total transformation of guest rooms, fitness center, and public spaces, as well as a redesign and upgrade of its more than 100,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces. Associate and guest safety continues to remain paramount during the pandemic with current guidelines located here.

Owned and managed by Columbia Sussex, the Renaissance Dallas Addison is extremely popular for groups of all sizes and leisure travelers to North Dallas. Offering the biggest meeting space of any hotel in Addison, the hotel is located in the heart of the vibrant Addison "Restaurant Row" - just steps away from a wide variety of restaurants, nightlife entertainment and upscale shopping destinations, as well as key venues such as Addison Circle Park and Galleria Dallas.

The hotel's comprehensive renovations touched nearly every space within the property and, in keeping with the Renaissance brand's ethos, were designed to reflect the spirit of the neighborhood, where visitors can enjoy culture, work and play. The area's growing community of theatre, fine art, music and food invites travelers to immerse themselves in the vibrancy of the area, and the renovations reflect these ideals through neutral color palettes that juxtapose natural wood and leather materials with contemporary designs and thoughtfully-curated artistic focal points.

The Renaissance Dallas Addison has implemented a number of health protocols and safety measures to allow people to feel comfortable traveling again when ready, including the option for an entirely contactless stay, social events designed to allow for social distancing, restrictions on fitness center capacity, housekeeping access to guest rooms, and thorough cleaning and sanitation protocols throughout the property that follow Marriott International's Commitment to Clean protocols.

The renovations at Renaissance Dallas Addison included:

Meeting & Event Spaces

Renaissance Dallas Addison's expansive meeting and event space - totaling more than 100,000 square feet - attracts groups of all sizes to Addison and, with the biggest meeting space of any hotel in Addison, has consistently been among the city's most popular meeting destinations. The hotel utilizes the Social Tables virtual platform to create event layouts that enable appropriate social distancing between guests and has remained a popular destination for social events during the pandemic as its space is able to accommodate up to 700 guests with proper social distancing protocols in place. This capacity will grow to 2,000 guests as restrictions are lifted.

The redesigned meeting and event spaces offer state-of-the-art conference space, stylish meeting rooms, and indoor and outdoor event venues. The hotel features 37 flexible spaces from boardrooms to ballrooms, with the largest venue offering more than 25,000 square feet.

Some highlights of the newly-introduced meeting offerings include:

- A neutral aesthetic replete with earth tones and natural fabrics reflecting the rich natural landscape and historic industries of oil and cattle that have shaped Addison

- Custom and innovative menus to inspire guests of all tastes and preferences - from coffee breaks and luncheons to cocktail banquets and seated receptions

- Anticipatory service aligned with the Renaissance brand, which intends to provide each guest with a unique and delightful experience

- State-of-the-art audio/visual capabilities to ensure seamless and enriching experiences for all meeting and event guests.

- Floorplans of the hotel meeting and event spaces are available here.

Guest Rooms

All 528 guest rooms, including 24 bi-level suites, ranging in size from 750 square feet to 2,400 square feet have been renovated to reflect the new design philosophy using wood, earthy tones and natural materials, coupled with a modern and upscale twist reflecting the Renaissance brand's comfortable, modern aesthetic.

The complete redesign of the hotel's guest rooms included the appointment of entirely new furniture and furnishings, as well as upgrades to the HVAC system and plumbing. Updates to the guest rooms include thoughtful touches and elements reflective of the Dallas culture, such as the placement in each room of both a photograph of the "Blueprints" sculpture situated just behind the hotel in the Addison Circle Park and a portrait of Dallas-born musician Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Additionally, each luxurious guest room is designed for optimal rest and productivity with architectural framing, contrasting finishes and wall cladding, upscale bathroom fixtures, and thoughtful solutions to enhance a guest's stay, such as:

- Convenient wall outlets, lamp outlets and nightstands outfitted with USB ports for multiple electronic device

- Luxurious bedding with cotton-rich linens and fluffy pillows

- High-speed Wi-Fi and a large desk with a well-lit workspace, comfortable chair and plug-in panels

- 55-inch flat-panel TVs with the Marriott Entertainment Package, including premium cable and movie channels to keep guests well-entertained

- In-room refrigerator and coffee bar

- Strategically placed mirrors, including back-lit vanity mirror and full-length mirrors

- Eclectic art collections featuring subjects local to Dallas.

Public Spaces and Fitness Center

Upon entering the Renaissance Dallas Addison, guests are immediately greeted by a fully renovated lobby. In its complete transformation, the lobby area was outfitted with new furniture, appealing light fixtures and a Discovery Table that are designed to invite guests into the public spaces with a sense of warm Southern hospitality. The new lobby also features artwork from local Dallas artists, including sculptures from Brad Oldam, and a unique interactive wall that offers a unique Texas belt buckle match game.

With views leading into the newly redesigned lobby and downstairs public spaces, on-site restaurant Noell JCT will continue to offer contemporary, American-style cuisine made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The adjacent Noell JCT Lounge has been updated with the addition of intimate, semi-private spaces perfect for small groups to conduct business or to unwind and enjoy an appetizer and a selection from the extensive wine list or cocktail menu.

Additionally, the hotel's on-site state-of-the-art fitness center has been transformed entirely with a larger footprint of more than 4,000 square feet and new Matrix Fitness equipment, including treadmills, stationary bikes, various weight stations and free weights.

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