DALLAS—The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas announced the completion of a multi-million dollar renovation. Led by Texas-based design firm Rottet Studio, the hotel’s reimagination includes updates to all 218 guestrooms and suites, the lobby, public areas, and corridors, as well as to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge.
The hotel’s renovation pays homage to the city’s journey, blending influences of fashion, art, and botanicals. The lobby achieves a balance between conservation and transformation, combining the property’s classic identity with contemporary accommodations. The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas has custom furnishings and florals to fragrances.
The full restoration of the 218 guestrooms and suites offers an ode to the Art Deco undertones of the building’s architecture, along with the history of Texas’ cattle industry. Incorporating modern updates to meet the needs of today’s travelers, refinements include a writing desk and chair as well as new bathrooms and vanity areas. A color palette of walnut contrasted with bone-colored ribbed lacquer and accents of copper and rose gold tones add individuality.
Recently reimagined, the 12,000-square-foot spa was updated by Dallas-based design firm ForrestPerkins. The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas pulls inspiration from urban parks and gardens throughout Dallas. The Spa renovation included upgrades to the nail spa and hair salon, the relaxation lounges, a spa dining lounge, and reconfiguration of existing treatment rooms with the addition of two new rooms. The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas has three dining outlets, Fearing’s Restaurant, The Rattlesnake Bar, and the Pool Bar.