This Dallas hotel contains a legendary private art collection, the largest ever owned and displayed by a U.S. hotel. The Hilton Anatole’s guestrooms, all 1,606 of them, relax and recharge with meticulously crafted, plush interiors. And its 600,000 square feet of event and meeting space provide a state-of-the-art expanse for entertainment and business. In fact, this Dallas hotel has more convention space than any of the other hotels in Dallas and any destination in the Southwest.
The Hilton Anatole also matches the vibrant, adventurous spirit of Dallas, having recently completed a $125 million transformation. Essentially, the Southwest's grandest hotel is now more grand than ever. The brand new Atrium II presents guests with a tranquil reflecting pool overlooked by a 27,000-cubic-foot kinetic sculpture “Nebula” suspended 50 feet above – designed by renowned sculptor Reuben Margolin. The transformation also introduced the ultra-modern Media Grill+Bar, grab-n'-go Counter Offer, and new, sophisticated SĒR Steak+Spirits (opening Oct. 2012) to its unique list of eight restaurants and bars. Adding to the Anatole's energetic accommodations is a state-of-the-art fitness center, the Verandah Club, with tennis courts, outdoor pool with swim up bar, Olympic quality lap pool, and the rejuvinating V Spa, a one-of-a-kind luxury oasis.
The Hilton Anatole. It's much more than a hotel. It is Dallas. It is legend. It is Hilton.