Marriott International has added its latest US property under The Ritz-Carlton brand, with the rebranding of an existing Dallas property.
The former Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas debranded in 2022 following the acquisition of the property by Trinity Investments and Partners Group.
It was initially reflagged as The Las Colinas Resort, Dallas, an independent hotel managed by The Ritz-Carlton, but has now taken on full branding and is known as The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Las Colinas.
Situated on a former family ranch between downtown Dallas and the city’s Dallas Fort Worth International airport, the 400-acre resort is in the midst of a $55 million renovation project, which has already seen guest rooms revamped and the addition of a new lobby bar and meeting spaces.
New Knife Italian restaurant by award-winning chef John Tesar will opens month, as will The Ritz-Carlton Club on the second floor. Works will also include the opening of new venue Campo Coffee & Provisions, described as offering “a European-inspired, locally roasted espresso programme and a sommelier-curated selection of wines”.
The hotel’s existing spa and pool are also being reimagined, with the addition of cabanas and a new poolside bar.
Other facilities at The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Las Colinas include two 18-hole golf courses, as well as tennis and pickleball courts.
The property joins the existing The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Las Colinas, located on McKinney Avenue in the city’s downtown area.
Meanwhile Four Seasons is currently developing a hotel and residences in the city’s Turtle Creek neighbourhood, with a scheduled opening date of 2027.
To read our feature on investment and redevelopment in Dallas (published in 2022), see: