• The Woodlands Resort Joins Curio Collection

    POSTED November 21, 2021

The Woodlands Resort will soon become the first Curio Collection by Hilton branded resort in Texas. Along with its January 4, 2022 transition to the upscale portfolio, the 402-room, AAA Four Diamond property with 75,000 square feet of indoor meeting and event space is slated for an extensive program of enhancements projected to begin in the second quarter of 2022. 

Among the key areas of capital focus are health and wellness, food and beverage and outdoor events. Existing amenities include two championship golf courses, a bike and kayak fleet, the Forest Oasis Lazy River & Waterpark, a tennis center with 21 courts, the Back Table Kitchen & Bar, and direct access to 200-plus miles of trails.

The resort's 10,000-square-foot spa will be the beneficiary of a top-to-bottom makeover, and the fitness facility will be expanded and modernized with state-of-the-art equipment. A new lobby bar with water views, gourmet grab-and-go and specialty market will join upgrades to existing restaurant and bar spaces. In addition, the 3,000-square-foot Forest Deck, overlooking Lake Harrison, will be transformed as an alfresco venue for meetings, ceremonies and receptions. 

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In 2021, the focus is on wellness. In Texas, there’s a spa for that.

The last two years have been, to put it mildly, challenging. Showing your team some appreciation for a job well done with a little spa pampering will allow them to relax and regroup together. Whether you’re looking to make a day, weekend or week of it, Texas has a spa retreat to suit your needs. 

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