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Dallas (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
The Renaissance Dallas Hotel, in the heart of Market Center and next to the popular Uptown area, is poised to raise the standard of elegance and style for conventions, conferences and weddings as construction commences on a grand addition that will more than double its current meeting room space.
The crown jewel of the Dallas luxury hotels multi-million dollar project is the 16,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom perfect for sophisticated social and corporate events or elegant weddings. The expansive new space, which will be one of the largest in the downtown Dallas area, will feature vaulted ceilings highlighted by arched floor-to-ceiling glass windows with remote-controlled screens and window shades. An additional 10,900 square feet on the rooftop of the expansion will feature a 4,900-square-foot outdoor terrace as well as indoor, air-conditioned space.
The new Dallas meeting space also will boast a private entrance to help executives stay focused on the tasks at hand, while exclusive valet parking with motor coach access will provide convenience and peace of mind. The Dallas, TX, hotel will spare no expense on the proposed state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems that will ensure the most complex presentations come off without a hitch.
The Grand Ballroom on the first floor of the two-level facility will complement the addition of new, expansive Dallas conference rooms as well as multiple salons and foyers surrounding the first-class spaces for an extra 10,000 square feet of flexible work areas.
The completed masterpiece will bring the hotels total number of meeting rooms to 26 with a total of nearly 50,000 square feet of flexible meeting space. The hotels central location next to the Dallas Medical District as well as Uptown Dallas and Love Field airport will make the meeting space an attractive site for pharmaceutical meetings, association conferences, annual conventions, and gala social events.
The new structure at the hotel in Dallas, Texas, is designed to qualify for the LEED Standard Silver status in an effort to continue the companys focus on environmental responsibility. The Dallas hotel already shows its green side for meetings and events with the use of 100 percent recycled note pads, pens made from recycled materials, online event menus, paperless billing and eco-friendly water service.
As the Renaissance Dallas hotel embarks on this world-class project, its current 17 rooms with 19,000 square feet of flexible meeting space will remain open. CEOs and business owners who book conferences or meetings at the hotel can expect the same attentive service from the catering staff, which can serve anything from a simple coffee or snack break to an elaborate themed dinner. Convention-goers also can get a taste of Dallas when they try the hotels famous Asador restaurant, where Chef Dean Max believes in the farm-to-table approach for his modern American cuisine with a Latin flair.
Visitors also will enjoy the same luxury expected from the Renaissance brand when they retire to one of 484 rooms or 30 suites on 30 floors. Deluxe accommodations include down comforters, custom duvets and cotton-rich linens in well-appointed rooms also featuring plush bathrobes, high-speed Internet, spacious work desks, CD players and cordless phones.
About the Renaissance Dallas Hotel
The Renaissance Dallas Hotel is in the heart of Market Center and is convenient to downtown Dallas, West End Entertainment District, American Airlines Center, Love Field airport and the Dallas Convention Center. The 4-diamond AAA-rated hotel is considered one of the most unique landmark buildings in Dallas boasting sweeping views of downtown with its 514 well-appointed rooms and suites, soon-to-be-expanded meeting spaces, high-end Asador restaurant, state-of-the-art fitness center and outdoor rooftop pool.
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