DALLAS, TEXAS – Located one block from the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center and Crow Museum of Asian Arts, 800 North Harwood Street in downtown Dallas is at the epicenter of the city’s cultural arts scene, the Dallas Arts District.
It also happens to be the site of Sam Moon Development Group’s latest hospitality investment–the first JW Marriott Hotel in Dallas.
JW Marriott is Marriott International’s upmarket brand designated as a tribute to founder J.W. Marriott, Sr. According to a media release, Sam Moon Development Group’s vision for the JW Marriott Dallas Arts District “was to honor Mr. Marriott’s prominent character traits of warmth, compassion, and approachability via the design of the hotel.
Opening in spring 2023, the 23-floor hotel will have an entry lobby at ground level, then express elevators will shuttle guests to the reception and Sky Lobby on the 11th floor. The chic hotel includes 267 rooms, three restaurants, a spacious lobby and cocktail lounge, meeting and conference areas, ballroom, and a fitness center. The highlight is a mid-air pool and deck with 40-foot ceilings, terrace bar, cabanas, and outdoor event space offering prime views of the downtown area and beyond.
The prime location of the hotel will provide hotel guests and the wider community with accessibility to all the attractions within the Dallas cultural arts scene as well as restaurants and entertainment venues.
“This hotel will be the new destination for luxury in the heart of the Downtown Dallas Arts District. Inspired by the simple beauty of the natural world, our hotel is created to stimulate memorable experiences crafted by inspiring design, authenticity, and a humble approach to luxury,” says Daniel Moon of Sam Moon Development Group.
Sam Moon Development Group began as a family wholesale/retail business and has extended its reach to real estate with a portfolio including Class A shopping centers, hotels and conference centers, mixed-use developments, and a golf course.