Pacific Hospitality Group Names James Montgomery as General Manager at AC Hotel Dallas by The Galleria and Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas

Seasoned Hospitality Leader With 30 Years of Experience to Manage The Dallas-Based Hotels

USA, Dallas, Texas. December 13, 2022

Pacific Hospitality Group has hired James Montgomery as the General Manager for the AC Hotel Dallas by the Galleria and Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas by the Galleria.

In this position, Montgomery is responsible for managing the hotels' operations on a day to day basis to assure optimum performance and continual improvement, including overseeing and leading budgeting, strategy, customer service, sales and marketing, maintenance, staff recruitment and training, and food and beverage.

Montgomery has 30 years of extensive leadership experience in the hospitality industry, including his most recent position as General Manager at the Westin Dallas Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa in Frisco, Texas.

"I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to be a part of the AC Hotel Dallas by the Galleria and Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas as the General Manager," Montgomery said. "I look forward to bringing my hospitality and leadership expertise to this new role and ensuring the continual success of the hotels."

The connected hotels are surrounded by plenty of gourmet bites, unique and exclusive shopping, and vibrant social scenes, in addition to being a few blocks away from the Galleria Dallas. The hotels are located 10 miles from the Dallas Love Field Airport and 16 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, making them an extremely accessible option in the metroplex.

The AC Hotel Dallas by the Galleria offers sophisticated rooms with contemporary design and layout. The Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas by the Galleria offers apartment-inspired suites with separate sleeping and living areas, as well as a fully equipped kitchen.

Perfect for business meetings and conventions or large special occasions, both hotels share 7,500 square feet of flexible event space including a 3,869 square-foot ballroom. In addition to event space, the hotels' catering and event services include modern and localized food and beverages for breakfast, lunch or dinner with seamless services that ensure an exemplary experience.

Additionally, The AC Hotel Dallas by the Galleria and The Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas by the Galleria both have shared access to an outdoor resort-style pool, fitness center and the AC Lounge. A modern and stunning space, The AC Lounge features a curated selection of small shareable plates and handcrafted cocktails for guests to enjoy.

AC Hotel Dallas by the Galleria and Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas are located at 5460 James Temple Dr, Dallas, TX 7524.

For more information about AC Hotel Dallas by the Galleria and to book a reservation, visit the website. For more information about Residence Inn by Marriott Dallas and to book a reservation, visit the website.

Both properties are owned by Pacific Hospitality Group.


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About Pacific Hospitality Group

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MCA Group
T: +1 214-654-0402
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