Seifert Murphy remodels Hilton Anatole

The Hilton Anatole Hotel made enhancements totaling $2.5 million to its Imperial Ballroom, which was previously named Khmer Ballroom. The renovations included a new entryway with Asian-inspired artwork, a new registration counter, remodeled public restrooms, updated carpet, new lighting and refreshed wall coverings.

Seifert Murphy, a Dallas, Texas-based architecture and interior design firm, handled the remodel of the space, which was last updated in 1999.

This refresh was the last of the renovations done by the property in the past year, following extensive soft goods renovations in 300 of the atrium guestrooms.

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Located within a 45-acre campus, the Hilton Anatole Hotel has two high-rise atriums – a 27-story tower, and 1,606 guestrooms with first-class in-room amenities and wired Internet access. Additionally, the hotel offers guests more than 600,000 square feet of event space as well as a variety of recreational activities, including viewing the Art Collection, 80,000-square-foot fitness center, tennis courts, lap pool, an indoor jogging track, boutiques, V Spa and five restaurants and bars.

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