by Andrea Doyle | November 30, 2017
Embassy Suites by Hilton Dallas DFW Airport North has completed the first phase of its multimillion-dollar property renovation.

Enhancements to the 329-suite hotel in Grapevine, TX -- just two miles from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport -- include a newly designed lobby and a new look for its 12-story atrium. The renovation also includes three new breakout rooms, conveniently located on the first floor of the hotel, with large windows allowing for plenty of natural light. 

The hotel offers more than 30,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space and each meeting room has built-in-wall televisions with integrated power as well as data connection ports built into the boardroom tables for easy projection. The ballroom was redone with new carpeting, wall finishings, and improved sound buffering.

New eateries include Hallford's Restaurant & Bar, offering modern American cuisine, incorporating the traditions of Texas with local and sustainable sourcing, as well as Hallford's Mercantile, a new marketplace café where light meals and Starbucks coffee are served.

In addition, updates to the suites will be completed by the summer of 2018, that will include new furniture, flooring, drapery, and artwork.

"We're excited to deliver our guests a sleek and modern design that provides them with an even more enticing experience," said Obed H. Morales, the hotel's general manager. Morales joined the Atrium Hospitality team in July 2017 and brings 15 years of managerial experience at all-suite hotels -- 14 of them with the Embassy Suites brand.

The hotel offers complimentary 24-hour transportation to and from DFW International Airport, made-to-order breakfast and evening refreshments, complimentary scheduled transportation to Grapevine Mills Mall, a fitness center, and an indoor pool. 

The hotel revealed the renovations to the Greater Dallas community earlier this month in partnership with GRACE Christmas Cottage. Grapevine Mayor William D. Tate kicked off the celebration by cutting the ribbon and over 200 gifts were donated by event guests for the less fortunate.