Courtyard Dallas Addison Midway Hotel completes $4M renovation

The Courtyard Dallas Addison Midway hotel, located in North Dallas, completed a $4-million renovation to all public spaces, guestrooms, meeting space and the hotel's exterior.

The recently launched Gen Next Cynergy redesign for Courtyard by Marriott includes a "Lounge-around" sofa, new ottomans, restructured entryways, new carpet and flooring and an organic headboard wall design.

Lighting and new hubs were also added for personal technology and soft, while tone-on-tone color adds to the modern, sculptural design of each guestroom.

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Updates to the lobby and public spaces include the Marriott Bistro concept, including Starbucks and community tables. Media pods now allow guests to sit in their own space with plenty of outlets and their own flat-screen TV. Meanwhile, free Wi-Fi connectivity is available in all public areas, and an interactive "Go Board" updates guests on news and traffic in real time.

The Courtyard Addison Midway also added a fire pit with seating.

The Courtyard Dallas Addison Midway hotel is owned and managed by Denver-based, Sage Hospitality, and located near Addison circle and Beltline Road. Less than one mile away from restaurant row with more than 150 restaurants, the newly remodeled hotel offers 145 guestrooms with Courtyard's new Gen Next Cynergy decor. The hotel includes 1,248 square feet of meeting space with two boardrooms, free Wi-Fi in public areas and The Bistro providing Starbucks coffee and a variety of breakfast, dinner and cocktail options. 

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