• Hall Arts Hotel is More Artful Than Ever

     
    POSTED October 16, 2019
     

HALL Arts Residences has recently announced that this December, the Dallas art-focused hotel will allow guests to explore five beautifully art-filled indoor and outdoor spaces. 

Hotel’s LEED-Gold certification highlights the 6,000 square feet of meeting and event space the hotel possesses, all of which features a modern design aesthetic, advanced technology, incomparable service, and finally enthralling artwork. With pieces by artists such as Pedro Reyes, Lincoln Schatz, and Eva Lundsager, guests are sure to get a taste for the Dallas art scene, something that was very important to the hotel.  

“As the only hotel in the Dallas Arts District, it was important for us to engage with the existing charm of the neighborhood,” says Jennifer Wasserman, the hotel’s director of marketing. “This enables our guests to enjoy both a luxurious stay and experience the beautiful art, culture, and energy that Dallas has to offer.”  

With a 2,500-square-foot Grand Hall Ballroom, 1,800-square-foot Flora Hall, 780-square-foot Sculpture Hall, 513-square-foot Boardroom, and 1,250-square-foot Urban Garden to explore, guests and event planners at the HALL Arts Residences will always be surrounded by beautiful art.  

Lake Austin Spa Resort is recognized by Condé Nast Traveler as the #2 Destination Spa Resort in the world and #1 Destination Spa Resort in the U.S. in the 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Adjacent from a nature preserve, the property is fixed among the Texas Hill Country. Located just outside of Austin with easy accessibility by water taxi or car, the resort is the only waterfront destination spa in the world.

 

If you’re looking for something to do to get you in the holiday spirit, look no further than The Westin Austin Downtown’s annual life-size themed gingerbread house.  

 

The Austin Marriott Downtown is raising a glass to the completion of its structural framework, literally. Instead of raising the “final beam,” the hotel held a “topping-off” event where guests watched a large crane raise three Garrison Brothers bourbon barrels onto the hotel’s rooftop, in collaboration with local spirit masters Garrison Brothers Distillery.