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Art-focused hotel will be the first to open in the Dallas Arts District

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Art-focused hotel will be the first to open in the Dallas Arts District

HKS is designing the hotel.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | February 6, 2019
All images courtesy HALL Group.

HALL Arts Hotel will become the first hotel to open in the Dallas Arts District, the country’s largest contiguous urban arts district, when it opens to the public in fall 2019.

The HKS-designed hotel will include 183 modern guest rooms, which includes 10 Arts District-inspired suites; contemporary artwork from up to 50 local and international artists; over 6,000 sf of events space; a lounge and terrace that will host live music and entertainment; a rooftop pool; and two unique restaurants. The events space will include two multi-purpose salon spaces, the HALL Arts Boardroom, and a 1,737 square foot ballroom.

 

 

The 10-story building’s exterior will have a glass and steel jewel box design that fits in with the rest of the Dallas Art District’s architectural aesthetic. The hotel will rise adjacent to the HALL Arts Residences, a 28-story residential tower slated to open in early 2020.

 

See Also: CambridgeSeven named lead architect for new Cambria Hotel

 

In addition to HKS, Hall Group was the project developer and Bentel & Bentel handled interior design duties.

 

King guest room

 

Hall arts hotel bar and lounge

 

HALL arts hotel lounge

 

HALL arts hotel lobby

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