Dallas Renaissance wraps renovation

As part of its renovation, the lobby area was outfitted with new furniture, light fixtures and a Discovery Table. Photo credit: Renaissance Dallas Addison (Renaissance Dallas Addison)

The Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel in Addison, Texas, has completed a full renovation of its guestrooms, fitness center and public spaces, as well as a redesign and upgrade of its more than 100,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces. 

Meeting and Event Spaces 

Renaissance Dallas Addison has the most event space of any hotel in the city with 37 rooms covering more than 100,000 square feet.  

As part of the renovation, the spaces got a neutral aesthetic replete with earth tones and natural fabrics, reflecting the natural landscape and industries of oil and cattle that have shaped Addison over the years. The hotel also upgraded its audiovisual capabilities. 

The hotel utilizes the Social Tables virtual platform to create event layouts that enable appropriate social distancing between guests and has remained a popular destination for social events during the pandemic. The space is able to accommodate up to 700 guests with proper social distancing protocols in place.  


All 528 guestrooms, including 24 bilevel suites ranging in size from 750 square feet to 2,400 square feet, have been renovated in wood, earthy tones and natural materials, coupled with a modern and upscale twist. The rooms got new furniture and furnishings as well as upgrades to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system and plumbing. Updates to the guestrooms include elements reflective of the Dallas culture, such as the placement in each room of both a photograph of the “Blueprints” sculpture situated just behind the hotel in Addison Circle Park and a portrait of Dallas-born musician Stevie Ray Vaughan. 

Public Spaces and Fitness Center  

As part of its renovation, the lobby area was outfitted with new furniture and light fixtures. The new lobby also displays artwork from local Dallas artists, including sculptures from Brad Oldam and a unique interactive wall that offers a unique Texas belt buckle match game. 
The Noell JCT Lounge has been updated with the addition of semiprivate spaces for small groups to conduct business or socialize. 
Additionally, the hotel’s onsite fitness center has been upgraded with a larger footprint of more than 4,000 square feet and new Matrix Fitness equipment, including treadmills, stationary bikes, various weight stations and free weights.

The Renaissance Dallas Addison is owned and managed by Columbia Sussex.