The 255-room Marriott Dallas Uptown Hotel opened Feb. 10 near the American Airlines Center and the Dallas Museum of Art, as well as the popular 3.5-mile Katy Trail, carved from an abandoned railroad line.
“Uptown Dallas is a vibrant neighborhood within the city and we are thrilled to join the scene,” said Robbie Tawil, general manager of the Marriott Dallas Uptown. “Our hotel is ready to become a staple in the Uptown community, providing residents and travelers with a place to wine, dine and relax.”
The new property's 13,130 square feet of meeting space features built-in A/V and a wealth of natural light. A rooftop pool deck, with 360-degree views of the city, can hold about 50-60 guests, depending on the set up. Fine-dining, brasserie-style, is the hallmark of the Good Graces restaurant, and cups of Starbucks and breakfast offerings can be grabbed at Vicinity Coffee. Guests can work out at any hour in the always-open fitness center.
The hotel, of course, is following Marriott's strict, Commitment to Clean guidelines that have been designed to meet the health-and-safety challenges presented by Covid-19. These practices include requiring face coverings in all public areas, providing enhanced cleaning throughout the property and offering contactless guest services.