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    Arlington, TX Can Do

     
    POSTED November 1, 2021
     
  • Sponsored

    Arlington, TX Can Do

     
    POSTED November 1, 2021
     
  • Sponsored

    Arlington, TX Can Do

     
    POSTED November 1, 2021
     
  • Sponsored

    Arlington, TX Can Do

     
    POSTED November 1, 2021
     
  • Sponsored

    Arlington, TX Can Do

     
    POSTED November 1, 2021
     
  • Sponsored

    Arlington, TX Can Do

     
    POSTED November 1, 2021
     

Choose Arlington, Texas for your next meeting, group tour or event, and experience the best of both worlds – a city geared for successful events that's also famous for fun!

Arlington offers adaptable meeting facilities and venue options to accommodate groups of all sizes and budgets. Best of all, go from D/FW International Airport to your hotel in less than 10 minutes! Once there, attendees will appreciate the central, walkable location of Arlington's convention campus near the fully redesigned Esports Stadium Arlington + EXPO Center. We will also be welcoming the highly anticipated Arlington Convention Center and Live! by Loews Arlington hotel, which will bring another 888 rooms and 216,000 square feet of event space to the city in 2024.

Esports Stadium Arlington + EXPO Center offers 90,000 square feet of meeting space, all on one level, including Exhibit Hall, Grand Hall, and Meeting Rooms as well as 50,000 square feet of column-free exhibit floor. This spacious venue has the most extensive and technologically advanced LED/audio setup available and offers seating capacity for up to 2,500 guests. We make meeting space divisible for breakout sessions and offer individual climate, lighting and sound controls, and dedicated internet and telephone services. And no matter how large your group is, you want to give your guests the greatest possible culinary experience. We provide customized catering options from our full-service banquet kitchen which uses the freshest ingredients. No rubber chicken here!

Between meetings, visit world-class attractions such as AT&T Stadium, Globe Life Field, Texas Live! and Six Flags Over Texas. For added convenience, the $150 million flagship Live! by Loews – Arlington, Texas luxury hotel opened just steps from the convention center campus, offering attendees easy access to their meetings, panels, dinners and offsite activities. Additionally, guests of participating hotels receive free transportation on our fun and friendly trolley rides within the bustling entertainment district. We are also here to help coordinate any rental cars, tours, coaches or other transportation needs you may have.

Planning a meeting can be overwhelming. Let us help make it easier by doing some of the legwork for you. We’re here to help you find the right meeting space, caterers, hotels and will make your vision come true within your budget. Imagine a world where “can’t” doesn’t exist. Imagine all you CAN DO in Arlington, Texas.

 

Sheraton Dallas has welcomed Pierre Daval as the hotel’s new executive chef. Daval has more than 25 years of culinary experience, including 20 years with Marriott International. Originally from France, Daval started his culinary career in the United States at the Marriott Tan-Tar-A Resort in Missouri in 2000. His most recent role was at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort in Illinois as the executive chef and food and beverage director where he personally managed an apiary and a two-acre farm. He also previously worked at the Chicago Marriott O’Hare and the Chicago Marriott Downtown.

 

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has broken ground on its new extended-stay brand in Plano. The all new-construction brand, operating under the working title "Project ECHO," has 72 hotels in the development pipeline as of the end of the second quarter. The purpose-built, 124-room Project ECHO prototype is just over 50,000 square feet, with individual rooms averaging 300 square feet. 

 

The historic Austin hotel, The Driskill, has appointed Nori Meisner to its staff as historic tour guide and special events concierge. In her new role, Meisner will bring to life the stories of the hotel, which was built by cattle baron Colonel Jesse Driskill in 1886. Among the many memories she’ll share with guests on the history tour is the first date between former President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird. The two met over breakfast on that fateful day.