DALLAS, Texas – The Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre has completed a $24 million renovation of the entire hotel and conference center after a two-year project.
The north Dallas conference center hotel renovation includes a full redesign of all 503 guest rooms, lobby and public areas, and food and beverage outlets. Additionally, the hotel’s meeting spaces, totaling 55,000 square feet, were completely updated including new furnishings, modern artwork, and the latest in technology.
“We are eager to welcome our corporate clients and leisure guests back to the new-and-improved Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre,” said general manager Brett Krafft, CMP. “The extensive renovation was a meaningful investment, and we are delighted to unveil the impactful updates that will enhance our guest experience throughout the entire property.”
Guest rooms feature all new furnishings including carpet, lamps, chairs, bathroom vanities with backlit mirrors, refrigerators, and 55-inch flat-screen televisions. Additionally, two premium studio suites were added, featuring 65-inch flat-screen televisions.
The addition of a new 6,600-square-foot Lakeside Ballroom increases the hotel’s meeting and events space. Hilton-designed meeting rooms have been updated to include 75-inch built-in monitors, refreshed local art, special seating, and amenities including refrigerators.
Onsite eateries, H Bar and L’Express, underwent a new layout and design which includes new seating and a marketplace-style atmosphere. The hotel also features Crockett’s Restaurant and Bar, offering classic cuisine with a Texas inspiration.
Other updates throughout the property include refreshed lobby areas, front and concierge desks, a fitness center with Peloton Bikes, elevator landings, guest room hallways, public restrooms, and safety and security systems, as well as upgraded internet capability in both meeting rooms and guest rooms.
Located at the Lincoln Centre across from the Galleria Dallas mall and near popular dining, shopping, and entertainment, the hotel welcomes both business and leisure travelers. The property is managed by Aimbridge Hospitality.