Virgin Hotels Dallas
Virgin Hotels Dallas is part of the luxury-lifestyle Virgin Hotels hospitality brand that combines heartfelt service, straightforward value, and seamless, personalized hotel experiences with the track record of innovation and smart disruption that Sir Richard Branson’s global Virgin Group has pioneered for 50 years. The hotel opened in 2019, intermixing a passion for food and beverage with music and culture that fuses with the local landscape, providing an inclusive environment for travelers and locals alike in a design aesthetic that is warm, timeless, yet modern. Located in the Dallas Design District on 1445 Turtle Creek Blvd, the hotel features 268 Chambers, including two Penthouse Suites. Dining and drinking outlets include Commons Club, the brand’s flagship restaurant and bar, Funny Library Coffee Shop and The Pool Club. Virgin Hotels Dallas offers over 15,500 square feet of versatile indoor and outdoor event space, with stunning skyline views. The hotel’s dynamic event spaces include Giant, a ballroom with a pre-function area overlooking The Pool Club, Rushmore, an intimate meeting space with natural lighting, and The Manor, a unique meeting and event venue with an outdoor terrace and panoramic skyline views.
W Dallas – Victory
W Dallas – Victory is the iconic, well-established venue of choice in the Victory Park area, just across the street from the American Airlines Center (home to the NBA Mavericks, NHL Stars, and top tier concerts and events). The walkability of South Victory, from premiere shopping and dining options to a luxury Cinépolis theatre experience steps from the front door, make this an ideal location for business and leisure travelers alike. The hotel’s boutique accommodations and bold décor are enjoying a substantial upgrade with the investment of $21 million to renovate; already complete are the luxury AWAY Spa and the fine dining/nightlife experience of the renowned Villa Azur Dallas restaurant. The ground floor, including Living Room Bar and Welcome areas, will provide more luxurious areas to relax, while the spectacular panoramic views of the city from the 33rd floor Altitude will have a full redesign to complement the space, enlivening the brand passion points of Music, Design, Fashion, and Fuel. The hotel’s 252 rooms and suites will be fully refurbished, and with 14,000 square feet of event space, provide an outstanding option for groups and catered events. Whatever/Whenever service culture elevates W Dallas – Victory within the luxury hotel space.
Hotel Per La (formerly NoMad LA)
Los Angeles, California
Situated in the center of Downtown at the site of the former iconic NoMad Hotel, Hotel Per La is inspired by the building in which it’s housed. Originally the Bank of Italy, a historic 12-story building on the corner of Olive and 7th Street, the space is a symbol of inclusion and accomplishment. Repositioned and reopened in July 2022, Hotel Per La offers 241 beautifully appointed rooms and grand public spaces for guests and locals alike, including 10,000 square feet of event space, Bar Clara, a stunning rooftop pool and bar with sweeping views of the surrounding skyline, Per L’Ora, the ground floor signature restaurant and bar, and adjacent Café Ora. Each of the 241 rooms and suites look to Italy for inspiration – a nod to the building’s storied beginning, with a palette drawn from the lobby’s fully restored gold and blue Italianate ceiling, custom furnishings, and Bellino linens, as well as an extensive art program. Set in the most walkable district of the city, Hotel Per La provides guests with a unique, car-free way to experience Los Angeles. Notable dining, shopping, and meeting venues are a few steps away, along with easy access to metro lines connecting guests with rest of the city, just 35 minutes from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Located in the heart of Uptown Dallas, the hotel was most recently updated in 2020—in time for its 40th anniversary, unveiling 142 modernized yet historically-inspired guest rooms and a refreshed lobby area. The renovation was led by an impressive team of designers and architects including world-renowned interior designer Thomas Pheasant and Dallas architecture firm, three, whose president, Gary Koerner, was the designer and project architect that introduced the Mansion in 1980. Guests can dine on New American cuisine at The Mansion Restaurant and enjoy creative cocktails at the intimate Mansion Bar. The hotel is also home to a resort-style outdoor pool and the city’s most prestigious meeting and event spaces.