Hilton Dallas/southlake Town Square Completes Property-Wide Renovation

USA, Southlake, Texas. October 27, 2022

The Hilton Dallas/Southlake Town Square announces it has completed a months-long renovation project of the entire hotel. Driftwood Capital, the hotel's ownership group, provided a significant investment into the complete redesign of the hotel property to elevate the space and provide enhanced offerings to guests.

"We are proud to unveil our new-and-improved property to guests, corporate clients and locals alike," said General Manager Mark Coulter. "The new contemporary style and residential feel of our fully renovated spaces will give travelers a sense of home, while providing a high-quality, luxury brand lodging experience."

The hotel received updates and redesign to all areas, including guest rooms, lobby and public areas, several meeting spaces, fitness center and outdoor pool. Guest rooms were fully upgraded with sophisticated new décor; furnishings including beds, furniture and carpeting, and newly designed bathrooms. The updated design combines the style and elegance of a Hilton brand with the small-town charm of Southlake, Texas.

The lobby and public areas underwent full cosmetic upgrades to elevate the space for visiting guests. New furniture, carpeting, tables and updated technology transformed the lobby area into a thoughtfully designed chic lounge space. The Coffee Spot, a grab-and-go food and beverage stop, was expanded to include a self-checkout kiosk and new chef-driven offerings.

The hotel's onsite restaurant, Copeland's of New Orleans, underwent extensive renovations and design updates as well, creating a bright and welcoming dining space for guests and locals to enjoy. The restaurant now offers delicious, upscale Cajun-Creole and seafood dishes, accompanied by an extensive cocktail menu available during dinner and happy hour service. An oyster bar is slated to open within Copeland's in Fall 2022.

Various meeting and event spaces within in the hotel received a refresh, which included new carpet, wall coverings and the addition of elegantly designed furniture to elevate the hotel's corporate and group offerings. A 3,000-square-foot venue is currently being converted into Hilton's Unique Meeting Concept Rooms, which will offer a unique and aesthetically appealing space and design, personalized and culinary-inspired food and beverage offerings, high standard tools and technology, and service and experience that blends personalization and customer satisfaction.

The fitness center expanded to over 1200 square feet, an addition of 300 square feet, complimented by fresh paint and new flooring. New high-end equipment was added including two Peloton® bikes. New pool and veranda furniture elevate the outdoor spaces, rounding out the renovations.

The hotel is located in the heart of Southlake Town Square. Having once been a part of a small agricultural community, the town's square has redefined itself in recent years as an elite, vibrant social and business enclave with exclusive shopping and upscale dining experiences. The Hilton hotel is located steps away from hundreds of unique retail, dining, and recreation opportunities, making it an ideal stay for business or leisure travelers, as well as local "staycationers", looking to experience the luxury of The Hilton Dallas/Southlake Townsquare.

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