• Associated Luxury Hotels International Expanded in Texas

    POSTED July 21, 2014

Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) has expanded its portfolio to include two hotels in Texas. The Four- and Five-Diamond quality meeting, convention and incentive hotels and resorts portfolio now includes the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center near The University of Texas at Austin, and the Omni Dallas Hotel. The addition of the hotels became the seventh and eighth Member hotels in Texas.

“Texas continues to be a very popular and convenient destination for meetings and conventions, and these two outstanding hotels handsomely augment our offerings and are two of the very best meeting hotels and facilities in the state,” said David Gabri, CEO of ALHI. “Each features an excellent location, exceptional meeting facilities, and first-class facilities and service. They are very welcome additions to our worldwide portfolio.”

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center offers 297 guest rooms and more than 40,000 square feet of meeting space. The 37 different meeting spaces in the hotel include a 300-seat tiered amphitheater, multiple tiered classrooms, an 800-seat divisible ballroom, and 18 breakout rooms. The hotel also features complimentary high-speed Internet, a 24-hour fitness center, a heated outdoor pool, the Carillon Restaurant, Gabriel’s Café, and One Twenty 5 Café. In addition to gaining Membership in ALHI’s worldwide portfolio, AT&T became a part of ALHI’s “City Solutions Collection” specialty segment.

The Omni Dallas Hotel boasts 110,000 square feet of meeting space, including 39 meeting rooms, the 31,733-square-foot Dallas Ballroom and the 15,418-square-foot Trinity Ballroom. The hotel offers 1,001 guest rooms, including 667 spacious suites and three presidential suites. The hotel features the full-service Mokara Spa, a rooftop terrace pool deck, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a heated infinity swimming pool, sauna, and multiple dining options, including the nationally-renowned Bob’s Steak & Chop House restaurant and the farm-to-table restaurant Texas Spice. The Omni Dallas Hotel also became a member in ALHI’s “City Solutions Collection” specialty segment, as well as ALHI’s “Big Box Solutions Collection” specialty segment. 

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