Hotel Crescent Court Launches $30 Million Revamp

What's in store for the iconic Dallas hotel?

Dallas-based interior design firm, waldrop+nichols, has been tapped to redesign Hotel Crescent Court in Uptown Dallas. The hotel announced in March that it will launch a $30 million “re-imagination.”

The new look will bring a modern flair to the hotel’s “sophisticated Southern hospitality,” with a redesign of all 195 guest rooms and 31 suites, elevators and guestroom corridors, the 22,000-square-foot spa and fitness center, and the hotel lobby and bar.

“Embarking on a design renovation for a hotel with renowned presence and pedigree requires a commitment to honor the heritage, yet still create an aesthetic for the next generation,” Andrea Waldrop, vice president of waldrop+nichols studio, said in a press release.

Waldrop+nichols is behind numerous other Dallas hotel designs and the recent redesign of Shady Oaks Country Club. For Hotel Crescent Court, the firm will concentrate on the geometry of architecture and fashion, enlisting a color palette of limestone, blush, taupe and mink. Plans for the revamped space also include French-inspired patterns, textural wall panels, seeded glass sconce diffusers, and rift-cut silver walnut millwork.

Look for the revamp to launch spring 2017.