Westin Oaks Houston completes guestroom, lobby renovations

The Westin Oaks Houston has a new look after the completion of its multimillion-dollar renovation. The 406-room hotel has completely transformed its lobby, guestrooms and meeting space, showing off a new upscale retreat look.

The lobby blends elements such as White Tea scents, music, botanicals and mood lighting. To add an artistic touch, the focal point of the lobby is a suspended, recycled metal sculpture reminiscent of falling rain.

The hotel's new lobby bar serves up light snacks and evening meals, as well as cocktails and freshly brewed lattes.

The new guest rooms include updated technology, as well as flat-screen televisions and The Westin Heavenly Beds.

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