JW Marriott, Mandarin Oriental to open in Dallas in 2022

The 283-room JW Marriott Dallas is slated to open in February 2022. Photo credit: HKS

Two Texas-based developers revealed plans this week to open luxury hotels in Dallas in 2022. Plano, Texas-based Sam Moon Group will develop a JW Marriott and Dallas-based JMJ Development will develop a Mandarin Oriental.

JW Marriot Dallas

Sam Moon Group’s 15-floor, 283-room JW Marriott will be built on top of an existing 10-level parking garage. Amenities will include a grand ballroom and meeting space, a spa, a restaurant, a lobby bar, a fitness center and a rooftop pool deck and bar. The hotel will be located in the Dallas Arts District, within walking distance of the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Crow Museum of Asian Art.

HKS is serving as architect for the project and Looney & Associates as interior designer. Plano, Texas-based Sam Moon Group plans to select a general contractor in the first quarter of 2020. It expects to open the hotel in February 2022.

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Sam Moon Group operates in a variety of industries ranging from retail to commercial real estate. It has developed/is developing several hotels in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area, including the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel, Hyatt Regency Frisco-Dallas; and Hyatt Place Fort Worth/Alliance Town Center.

Mandarin Oriental, Dallas

Dallas-based JMJ Development plans to open the Mandarin Oriental, Dallas in the city’s Turtle Creek neighborhood. The new 25-floor mixed-use development will include 176 guestrooms and suites, as well as 100 Mandarin Oriental-branded residences. The hotel will feature four restaurants and bars, meeting and event facilities, a spa, a fitness center and an outdoor pool. JMJ Development will own the hotel and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will operate it.

JMJ Development is a real estate company that develops projects in the United States, Mexico and United Arab Emirates.

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