Marriott Uptown Dallas | 2020
Located in the vibrant Uptown neighborhood, the Marriott Uptown Dallas will be geared to leisure and business travelers alike. Guests will enjoy a restaurant serving contemporary American cuisine, as well as a rooftop pool deck. The 14-story tower will also be in walking distance from the Katy Trail, popular restaurants and other exciting attractions in the neighborhood.
The Thompson Hotel | 2020
The Thompson is part of the revival of Downtown's First National Bank tower, the city's most extensive tower redevelopment to date. Costing almost $450 million and led by award-winning Todd Interests of Dallas, the tower will house the 218-room luxury Thompson Hotel in floors 11 through 22. Highlights include a 50th floor observation deck, a hotel restaurant concept on the 49th floor, as well as additional restaurant and function space on the 10th floor.
The Pittman Hotel | 2020
The Pittman Hotel will be housed in the historic 1916 Knights of Pythias Building, the first commercial Dallas building built by and for African American professionals. Hailed for the its famed fourth floor ballroom, where music legend Sam "Lightin" Hopkins once performed, The Pittman Hotel's restoration will include over 3,000 square feet of ballroom space, 164 rooms and 1,752 square feet of meeting space. And with the hotel nestled in Deep Ellum, guests will be able to experience premier Dallas restaurants and nightlife from a few steps away.
Cabana Motor Hotel | 2021
Originally built in the 1960s, the landmark Cabana Motor Hotel is getting a $100 million renovation. The restoration will add over 200 rooms, a rooftop lounge and a speakeasy, while preserving the hotel's distinct architectural features, such as the decorative exterior concrete screens from the original Caesars Palace. Renowned for hosting famous guests, from musicians like Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles to former U.S. President Richard Nixon, the Cabana Hotel adds allure to Dallas' always trendy Design District.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel | 2022
The Mandarin Oriental five-star hotel brand will make its Texas debut in Dallas' distinguished Turtle Creek neighborhood. The luxury hotel will be a keystone in luxury and top-tier accommodations and service for the city and will house four restaurants and bars, a spa and an outdoor pool, as well as permanent residences.
JW Marriott | 2022
The $125 million high-rise hotel will be the first JW Marriott Hotel in the Dallas area and is part of a $140 million redevelopment of the Trammell Crow Center Tower. The 15-story hotel will include a rooftop pool, grand ballroom, spa and meeting spaces. Additionally, its top attraction may be its proximity to Dallas' renowned Arts District; guests will be within walking distance of many of the city's arts and culture attractions.
Motto and Spark Hilton Hotel | 2022
Dallas will be home to the first dual-branded Hilton hotel. The brands, Motto and Spark, will combine sophisticated experiences with thoughtful and well-designed spaces for convenient and flexible accommodations in Dallas' Uptown neighborhood. The 19-story hotel will include more than 300 rooms, a ground-floor café, a pool deck and rooftop amenities.