Are your Zoom work calls punctuated by the frenzied barking of your dog warning you of the shenanigans of a pesky squirrel? Do you long for the days when dressing up for work does not include choosing between pajamas and sweatpants? Are you tired of your office colleagues referring to you as “mom” or “dad” and refusing to pick up their rooms? Well, Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Downtown Dallas might just have the solution: its Work Anywhere Day Pass and Stay Pass options. The Work Anywhere Day Pass provides guests with the ability to work during the day at the hotel in the privacy of a standard guest room or a suite room, offering a private workspace and peace and quiet. The pass starts at $84 per day for standard guest rooms and $150 per day for a suite room, and includes 6 a.m. check-in and 6 p.m. checkout, enhanced Wi-Fi and connectivity, and complimentary bottled water. Those of you who really need some personal space can work all day and stay the night with the Work Anywhere Stay Pass. Guests will be able to take advantage of hotel amenities and unwind in comfort. Rates for the Work Anywhere Stay Pass start at $174 per night for standard rooms and $218 for junior suites. Sheraton Dallas Hotel is the largest hotel in North Texas with 1,840 guest rooms and 230,000 square feet of flexible meeting and convention space. It is located in Downtown Dallas, right off the DART Pearl/Arts District station. 

It’s official: Dallas is open for business—and they can’t wait to meet you.

 

When executed safely, in-person meetings and events are possible. But it’s been tough for meeting planners across the nation, due to differing state-by-state and even county-by-county guidelines. In some areas, meetings and events returned a while ago, but for others, it’s hard to imagine what planning a meeting would be like. In an effort to show the latter how to hold safe business gatherings when restrictions loosen, the Meetings Mean Business Coalition (MMBC) launched their Meet Safe platform as a resource for other planners to reference when planning future in-person meetings.

 

The Kimpton Pittman Hotel has opened in Dallas’ storied Deep Ellum neighborhood, serving as the first hotel in the neighborhood and providing doorstep access to some of the city’s most popular shops, breweries, dining and live music venues.