Aimbridge Hospitality completes first stage of Dallas Marriott Quorum Hotel's $15M update

Dallas-based Aimbridge Hospitality completed the first stage of a $15-million renovation of its Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum Hotel located near the Galleria. Highlights of the renovation include a new design of the lobby area, addition of a resort style pool and a new 3,000-square-foot Vista Ballroom with views and doors opening onto the pool area.

Multiple seating groups delineated by back-lit frosted glass columns create open site lines through the lobby area. Carrera marble tile floors and custom contemporary and transitional style furnishings enhance the new design.

The new resort style pool offers multiple lounging options with new seating upholstered in an awning stripe. Dramatic landscape lighting and a fire pit create a striking look for this popular gathering spot.

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The Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum, located in Addison near restaurants, entertainment and shopping, is a 547 room, full-service hotel with 30 meeting rooms and more than 25,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The Vista Ballroom was designed to accommodate weddings and corporate receptions with 3,000 square feet in a soft-contemporary design and doors that open to the new pool area, thereby creating opportunities for entertainment. The pool area has abundant lounge seating, a fire pit conversation area and a waterfall.

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