The five-year, $120 million renovation of the Hilton Anatole in Dallas is complete, hotel officials announced on November 30.
The renovation has transformed and updated the 1,606 guest rooms and 600,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space. A new conference registration area and separate meeting planner offices were added to the redesigned Atrium II. Pre-function areas, breakout rooms, and ballrooms were renovated to include new carpet, lighting, architectural appointments, furniture, and artwork. The space also features updated audiovisual and IT capabilities.
The centerpiece of Anatole’s new identity is found in the heart of the Atrium II—a 100-foot-long, 50-foot-wide work of art called Nebula, which hangs overhead. Created exclusively for the Hilton Anatole by artist Reuben Margolin, the piece was inspired by the reflection nebula in the constellation Orion.
Also, three new dining options were added as well as an executive lounge on the 25th floor.