Dallas’ New Hotels Delight and Inspire

With more than 2,000 rooms being added to Dallas’ hotel inventory in the coming years, the city is experiencing the second-largest hotel boom in the nation. From top brands like Virgin Hotels to independent and interesting properties, like HALL Arts Hotel, Dallas boasts a hotel type and price point for every preference and budget.

Recently opened in December, the HALL Arts Hotel is the essence of luxury and elevated style. Set in Dallas’ prominent Arts District, the boutique hotel features contemporary art throughout from local artists and beyond. Plus, with more than 6,000 square feet of meeting space, the property has prime services and location to make your event spectacular.

The Virgin Hotels Dallas also debuted in December and is the pinnacle of top-tier accommodations. The multi-million lifestyle hotel has all the amenities savvy travelers expect—including the brand’s flagship space, Commons Club – and a restaurant headed by prominent Dallas chef, Matt McCallister. One of the hotels most notable aspects is its prime location in the Design District, one of Dallas’ most vibrant and up-and-coming neighborhoods. The neighborhood is known for its art and industry showrooms and is now thriving with new restaurants, bars and retail.


Another complement to the Design District will be the landmark Cabana Motor Hotel, opening in 2021. Originally built in the 1960s and renowned for hosting famous guests such as Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles, the landmark Cabana Motor Hotel is getting a $100 million dollar renovation. The restoration will add over 200 rooms while preserving the hotel’s distinct architectural traits, adding even more allure to this lively neighborhood.

Dallas’ chic and trendy Uptown neighborhood is set to welcome three new hotels in the coming years. Enjoy high-tech amenities at Marriott Uptown and sophisticated experiences at the first dual-branded Motto and Spark Hilton hotel. Experience five-star luxury accommodations and service at the first Dallas location of a Mandarin Oriental-branded hotel, or indulge at the newly renovated and iconic Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. 

These hotels are just a few of the ones making their way to Dallas. With more than 33,000 rooms and over 255 hotels calling Dallas home, the city has plenty of accommodations to cater to the Dallas visitor.

See all the ways Dallas Delivers for your event at visitdallas.com.

Partner Voices
Just when it seems like Las Vegas can’t get any bigger, brighter or more exciting for groups, MGM Resorts raises the bar again. The company continues to invest and innovate across its portfolio of Las Vegas resorts, with new attractions and upgraded experiences for attendees of all interests.  Remodeled Guest Rooms MGM Grand is the largest single hotel in the world with over 5,000 guest rooms and an 850,000-square-foot conference center. It is home to the newly remodeled MGM Grand Studio Tower—700 reimagined guest rooms with a fun mid-century vibe. Nearby, the iconic New York-New York Las Vegas Hotel & Casino recently completed a $63M redesign and remodel of its 1,830 guest rooms and 155 suites. Down the street, Bellagio Las Vegas is sporting renovated rooms in the Spa Tower with sunrise-inspired decor and luxurious soaking tubs in Premier King rooms after a $110-million transformation. Reinvented Luxury Experiences The Luxury Meetings District, made up of Bellagio Las Vegas, ARIA Resort & Casino, Vdara Hotel & Spa, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas, is now more connected than ever before. A new interior walkway opened this October for a seamless attendee experience – connecting Vdara, Bellagio, and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, guests can now walk from Park MGM to Bellagio in around 15 minutes. New on the scene in the Luxury Meetings District is Cathedrale at ARIA, TAO Group’s upscale establishment specializing in exquisite French-Mediterranean cuisine offering elevated private dining experiences that opened in May. Heralded by World’s Best 50 Restaurants, GQ and VOGUE, LPM at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is opening this fall and will deliver its signature spontaneity and imaginative celebration of France’s Mediterranean cuisine, art, and culture to the unique luxury resort in impeccable fashion.  A “New Wave  for Mandalay Bay A new wave of enhancements and experiences has arrived at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, including Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar, an 8,445-square-foot restaurant that opened this June, perfect for pre- and post-game eats and drinks. Event planner’s favorite, Chef Michael Mina’s StripSteak, received a full renovation and now includes one of the largest private dining rooms on The Strip. Retro by Voltaggio debuts a one-year residency with a fun take on pop culture of the 80s and 90s with classic American dishes. An exciting addition planned for 2024 is Swingers, a 40,000-square-foot oasis of street food, miniature golf and art at Mandalay Bay. Most exciting for meeting planners, the 2.1 million-square-foot Mandalay Bay Convention Center  is undergoing a complete refresh, with lightened space, added eye-catching art, and improved technology infrastructure for even more flexible space. Energy-efficient digital signage now leads the way with faster internet speeds and new AV options. From renovated guest rooms and meeting spaces to celebrated dining options and dedicated teams, MGM Resorts is dedicated to delivering exceptional and innovative meeting experiences.