The debut of the JW Marriott Dallas Arts District combines art, architecture, and hospitality in an innovative design that pays homage to the Texas city’s cultural and historical richnes.
Nestled within walking distance of cultural venues like the Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Crow Museum of Asian Art, and the Winspear Opera House, the new hotel serves as a modern-day canvas showcasing artistic themes that chronicle Dallas’ evolution from a trading post in 1841 to a bustling hub for commerce and the arts.
Comprising 267 guestrooms (including nine suites), three restaurants, two lobby spaces, and over 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, the 22-floor property combines refined artistry with practicality. Its 11th-floor sky lobby hosts monumental original artworks, featuring a brass and metal installation by local artist Chris Judy that’s inspired by sheet music, delicate harp strings, and Winspear Opera House’s chandeliers.
The JW Marriott Dallas Arts District further exemplifies its design-centric ethos through its culinary establishments. Each of the three elevated dining venues are distinctively tied to the surrounding artistic community. Additionally, the hotel boasts a grand mid-air pool and deck with cabanas overlooking downtown Dallas.