Westin Galleria Dallas completes property refresh

The property overhauled its 448 guestrooms and 10 suites, updated meeting spaces and transformed its lobby.

Westin Galleria Dallas completed a refresh that saw the overhaul of 448 guestrooms and 10 suites, updated meeting spaces and transformed the lobby by modernizing the space and adding more communal seating.

In the lobby, added was the “Westin Haven” community work table, along with computers and a printer for on-the-spot business needs of guests. A new lobby buffet area has coffee service.

All guestrooms now have updated furniture, including the “Westin Heavenly” beds, special light fixtures with device-charging USB ports.


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The hotel’s 54,000 square feet of customizable meeting space was also overhauled.

Other upgrades include increased wireless Internet speed and capacities, including 15Mbps basic service and 30 Mbps premium Internet.

The Westin Galleria Dallas is located within the Galleria shopping center, which has more than 200 shops, as well as restaurants. The hotel now has 448 renovated guestrooms, including 10 suites and seven Sky Rooms, 54,000 square feet of function space, pool and an expanded WestinWORKOUT Gym.











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