First look at Dallas Hilton renovation

In Dallas’ Design District, the Hilton Anatole has invested more than $30 million in renovating its Tower guestrooms and expanding the property’s key count from 1,606 rooms to 1,610.

New Look

The top-to-bottom renovation of the 718 Tower guestrooms includes new furnishings, carpets and art installations. 

The artwork in the Tower guestrooms is whimsical and abstract, paired with a color palette designed to foster a sense of calm while also creating a sense of space and movement. The design is characterized by muted tones with subtle hints of color.

The furniture design blends modern styling to establish a refreshed connection to the hotel's existing elements. Unique details include fluted and reeded design, serene oceanic carpet patterning, Asian fretwork nods and the historic use of Shagreen.

New Suites  

Hilton Anatole also added 87 new suites to its total room count. 

The Tower Premier 1 bedroom suite covers 1,138 square feet. Beyond the king bedroom leading into a dedicated living space, the suite has a dining table for four, a sleeper sofa and room to host gatherings for up to 25 guests. 

Family Bunk room suites can sleep up to six people. The room has a king bed for adults, a separate sleeping area with two full-sized bunk beds and a sleeper sofa in the designated living space.

The light fixture in the hotel’s Presidential Suite was designed to pay homage to the native silver dollar plant, which represents honesty, prosperity and sincerity. 

The hotel has 600,000 square feet of total event space as well as a Topgolf Swing Suite with three bays to play virtual games, an 80,000-square-foot fitness center, an indoor jogging track, a lap pool and the Verandah Spa.