• Sheraton Dallas Hotel Introduces Five New Food and Beverage Concepts as Part of a Multimillion Dollar Renovation 

     
    POSTED February 5, 2019
     

    Photo courtesy of Sheraton Dallas Hotel

    Photo courtesy of Sheraton Dallas Hotel

Sheraton Dallas Hotel, the largest hotel in downtown Dallas, is currently undergoing an extensive renovation of all public areas, guest rooms, and meeting and convention space. As part of its ongoing multimillion-dollar renovation, the hotel introduced five new food and beverage concepts. Three of the five have opened, and the additional two will open by early February.

Among the already opened outlets is Open Palette. Open Palette serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the modern American cuisine offers a menu with bold, surprising spins on flavors. Also already opened is Moka Pot, a coffee lounge serving fresh roasted beans.

Draft Sports Bar and Lounge, formerly known as Draft Media Sports Bar, has reopened as a new concept with a fresh, modern design, and it boasts a new menu with fresh ingredients. The bar features 12 local beers on tap and the lounge has 25 televisions.

The Parlor is set to open in early February. This new cocktail lounge features one-of-a-kind craft cocktails and small bites. Also opening in February is Open Market, which is ideal for those on-the-go. The market offers fresh bites including sandwiches, wraps, salads and other items made from scratch. 

Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) awarded five meeting and event professionals with a $1,000 scholarship as part of its commitment to Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID). The scholarship will help its recipients earn their Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) certification.

 

Arbor Lodging Partners, Chicago-based hotel investment and management company, announced its $135 million acquisition of Hampton Inn Santa Barbara/Goleta, Hampton Inn Boston-Norwood,

 

Westin Long Beach is anticipating wrapping up renovations by June. Since beginning in January, renovations have included updating guest rooms and hallways to bring calm and well-being to travelers' experiences. Fresh, cool color palettes are incorporated in the furniture, and guest rooms will include Heavenly Mattresses and 55-inch televisions.