Marriott opens 3 hotels in Texas in 2 weeks

Rendering of Aloft Dallas Arlington Entertainment District
Whitestone Hospitality owns and manages the Aloft Dallas Arlington Entertainment District. Photo credit: Marriott International
Marriott International will open its third Texas hotel in two weeks this on May 24. The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Houston Missouri City’s scheduled opening follows the debuts of the Aloft Dallas Arlington Entertainment District on May 17 and the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Dallas Plano/Frisco on May 13.

The 75-room Missouri City Fairfield is located 20 minutes from downtown Houston. Amenities include a lobby bar, 2,291 square feet of meeting space, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, valet laundry service and complimentary Wi-Fi. SSV Hospitality owns the hotel and Imbue Investments manages it.

The 136-room Aloft Dallas Arlington Entertainment District is 20 minutes west of Dallas and within 2.5 miles of Six Flags Over Texas, Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium. Hotel amenities include a lounge, a bar, an outdoor swimming pool, an outdoor terrace, a fitness center, complimentary Wi-Fi and meeting space for up to 30 people. Whitestone Hospitality of Irving, Texas, owns and manages the property.

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Located north of Dallas, the 120-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Dallas Plano/Frisco provides easy access to Legacy Business Park, Stonebriar Centre, Toyota Stadium, Dr. Pepper Arena and the Ford Center at the Star. Amenities include 2,400 square feet of meeting space, an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center and complimentary Wi-Fi. Chase Hospitality of Irving owns and manages the hotel.

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