The hotly anticipated HALL Arts Hotel is finally open in the Arts District in Dallas. It is a modern luxury boutique hotel that celebrates local art and the creators who make it. Many of the works of art within the hotel were created by Dallas artists, both established and on the rise.
“The HALL Arts Hotel is the first hotel to open in the Dallas Arts District, one of our city’s greatest treasures, and I cannot think of a better location to be opening a boutique hotel of this caliber, surrounded by Pritzker Prize-winning architecture and celebrated arts venues,” said Craig Hall, HALL Arts Hotel developer and founder and chairman of HALL Group, in a press release. “We have had an exceptional team working on this project, and I look forward to welcoming guests and the Dallas community to experience all that the neighborhood and hotel have to offer this December.”
The HALL Arts Hotel was designed by HKS Architects with interiors by Bentel & Bentel. The hotel offers 183 contemporary guest rooms, 19 Dallas Arts District-inspired suites, a rooftop pool, a show-stopping contemporary art collection and a state-of-the-art fitness center. The rooms are designed with artful taste, neutral hues and floor-to-ceiling windows. In each room, guests will find Frette linens, as well as Natura Bissé products in the bathroom.
The walls and the guest rooms are bedecked with photographs by local photographers, all featuring scenes of the Dallas Arts District. All of these photographs have been published in a coffee table book, which is available for purchase at the hotel.
Also available for guests are over 6,000 square feet of meeting and events space inclusive of two multi-purpose salon spaces, the HALL Arts Boardroom, a 2,500-square-foot Grand Ballroom and an outdoor urban garden. On the second floor is ELLIE’S Restaurant + Lounge, named for and inspired by Craig’s late mother. ELLIE’S is led by chef Eric Dreyer, whose menu is inspired by his time in Napa Valley.
To book your staycation at the HALL Arts Hotel, visit hallartshotel.com.