The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas announces the completion of a multi-million dollar renovation crafted by Texas-based design firm, Rottet Studio. The hotel’s reimagination includes enhanced comforts to all 218 guest rooms and suites, refinements to the lobby, public areas, and corridors as well as to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge.
“The Ladies and Gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas look forward to reintroducing the hotel to travelers nationwide and continuing to build a legacy as the ultimate in urban luxury,” said Andrew Davidson, general manager, The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas in a statement. “It is our pleasure to deliver memorable moments to guests by offering luxurious accommodations with modern comforts, authentic experiences and exceptional amenities, anchored by unparalleled hospitality and personalized service.”
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas features everything from tailor-made furnishings and florals to tailor-made fragrances, exclusively available at The House of Krigler, a perfumery and artisan fragrance brand. Located in the lobby, the all-new apothecary-style, 850-square-foot boutique is a luxe blend of the classic Krigler aesthetic mixed with local décor, including Texan Wood and Italian light fixtures.
The full restoration of the 218 lavishly appointed guest rooms and suites offer an ode to the Art Deco undertones of the building’s architecture, along with the historic importance of Texas’ cattle industry. Incorporating modern enhancements to meet the needs of today’s travelers, refinements include bespoke pieces such as a proper writing desk and chair as well as new bathrooms and vanity areas. The guest rooms and suites have a color palette of rich walnut contrasted with bone colored ribbed lacquer and accents of copper and rose gold tones.
Recently reimagined, the 12,000 square foot luxury spa was transformed by Dallas-based design firm ForrestPerkins. The Spa renovation included sleek upgrades to the nail spa and hair salon, elevating the Men’s and Women’s relaxation lounges, a brand-new spa dining lounge and reconfiguration of existing treatment rooms with the addition of two new rooms.