Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel completes $7M renovation

StepStone Hospitality completed the renovation of the Sheraton DFW Airport. The hotel is located at 4440 West John Carpenter Freeway in Irving, Texas. StepStone, a hotel management company, took over management of the hotel last year. Stratford Hospitality serves as the asset manager.

The $7-million project included refurbishing the hotel's 302 guestrooms with new carpet, wall coverings, artwork and a fiber optic system that offers 75 channels of high-definition television. Guestroom bathrooms were completely updated as well.

The hotel also has a newly expanded and redesigned Club Lounge, which serves Starwood Preferred Platinum and Club Level guests. Located on the top floor, the lounge offers panoramic views of DFW Airport.


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According to GM Jason Tyson, the centerpiece of the renovation is a completely redone atrium. A new lobby lounge, called Whiskey Tango, offers live entertainment on select evenings, and multiple 80-inch televisions throughout. Whiskey Tango also offers the new [email protected] where guests can enjoy complimentary use of computers and printers. The hotel provides wireless Internet throughout, including in the guest rooms.

Located opposite the atrium is Local Texas Tap & Kitchen, a taproom and sports bar with multiple television screens, pool tables and foosball.

The hotel's 25,000 square feet of meeting space was also redone with new carpet, wall coverings, table settings and furniture.

Additional hotel amenities include a heated outdoor pool and the new 24-hour Sheraton Fitness Center.

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