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Hilton Dallas Park Cities Celebrates Grand Re-opening After Multimillion-Dollar Enhancement Project
November 21, 2012
DALLAS - Hilton Dallas Park Cities will celebrate the hotel's grand re-opening on Nov. 29 following a complete, multimillion-dollar renovation. The renovation is part of a three-year, $3 billion plan of significant property renovations currently underway across the global portfolio of Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the flagship brand of Hilton Worldwide.
"Hilton Dallas Park Cities is a pillar in this community. We are so pleased to introduce our new look and amenities to our friends and neighbors," said Ahmed Mahrous, general manager, Hilton Dallas Park Cities.
The hotel, located at 5954 Luther Ln. in Dallas, began renovations in June of this year after new owner Apple REIT Nine, Inc. realized the hotel's loyal following and strong potential for growth.
"The history and prestigious location of this hotel made this project incredibly important to us and we are thrilled with the outcome," said Justin Knight, president, Apple REIT Nine. "We feel the atmosphere of the newly renovated hotel accurately reflects the elegance of the Park Cities while providing our guests an array of innovative, comfortable and luxurious amenities."
Updates include enhancements to the hotel's landscaping and exterior, a redesigned open lobby and bar, rooftop salt-water swimming pool and fitness center, a revamped 4,000-square-foot ballroom and major updates to superior guestrooms.
The hotel also features a brand new farm-to-table restaurant, Grain, which opened in October. The completely redesigned restaurant exclusively features seasonal, natural ingredients sourced from the State of Texas to offer a varied menu including steaks and seafood.
The award-winning Simeone Deary Design Group created the upscale and inviting ambience throughout the hotel and restaurant. The new design reflects the sophistication of the Park Cities with artistic touches of friendly southern hospitality.
The grand re-opening celebration on Nov. 29 will feature cuisine from Executive Chef James Music, samplings from the hotel's new farm-to-table restaurant, Grain, signature cocktails featuring liquors barrel-aged on property, tours of the hotel's posh amenities and guest rooms and entertainment from Hunter Sullivan.
To reserve a room at the newly redesigned Hilton Dallas Park Cities or make a reservation at Grain, call +1 214-368-0400 or visit online at www.dallasparkcities.hilton.com.
Heather Jackson Byrd
For Hilton Dallas Park Cities
+1 214 274 5516
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