• Westin Galleria Dallas Completes Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

     
    POSTED October 16, 2016
     

The Westin Galleria Dallas has completed a multimillion-dollar renovation to the property. Every inch of the hotel has been updated, including the 448 guest rooms and 10 suites, the lobby, the 54,000-square-feet of meeting space and the hotel’s restaurant.

The guest rooms have newer furniture, Westin Heavenly Beds, USB ports to charge devices and updated light fixtures. The lobby now offers a communal table with computers and printers available to guests. There is also a new buffet area in the lobby that offers coffee and, on the weekend, cupcakes. The meeting spaces have been redecorated in a modern, fresh aesthetic. Additionally, the hotel has upgraded its Internet service and now offers high-speed Internet and 24-hour support for the Internet should a guest have trouble with it.

“This refresh shows our commitment to providing each guest with a world-class experience and complete sense of renewal during their stay with us,” says Greg White, general manager, Westin Galleria Dallas. “Our guest rooms now include top-of-the-line features and amenities while the lobby and public spaces have evolved to offer our guests a bright and airy welcome the moment they walk in the door.”

Located just north of Dallas, the Westin Galleria Dallas offers guests a range of amenities, including a fourth-floor pool, on-site restaurant and a fitness studio.

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