Dallas' Hotel Crescent Court renovates The Crescent Club

Hotel Crescent Court renovates The Crescent Club.
This reimagination embraced the existing club’s traditional French craftmanship, while bringing new characters to the dining areas, its conference rooms and bar. Photo credit: The Crescent Club

In Dallas, the Hotel Crescent Court completed its renovation of The Crescent Club. Located on the 17th floor of the Crescent Complex’s center office tower, this update embraced the existing club’s traditional French style while bringing new character to the dining areas, conference rooms and bar, refreshing the 19th Century space into a more modern one.

Los Angeles-based design firm Forchielli Glynn was involved in the renovation of the club.

When entering the private 17th story dining club, guests will still see all the original millwork, marquetry wood floors and marble details. These elements were enhanced with a new color palette including blues and neutrals. The wallcoverings have geometric patterns and stripes.

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As a Lone Star landmark, Hotel Crescent Court is located near the Dallas Arts District. It has 186 rooms and 40 suites with a private bar. The property has 13 dining outlets, Nobu, as well as the glass-enclosed The Conservatory overlooking courtyard gardens. Amenities include a spa and fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, as well as the members-only The Crescent Club. For events, the property has 17 spaces encompassing 23,320 square feet.

Andrew Davidson is the general manager of Hotel Crescent Court.

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