Published on : Wednesday, December 26, 2018
It is owned and developed by Dallas-based The Javelin Group, that is the newest Canopy by Hilton and it is centrally located in Dallas’s Uptown district that is few steps from over 100 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.
It is placed at the intersection of Cityplace West and Oak Grove, Cannopy by Hilton Dallas Uptown and includes design elements describing the history of Uptown.
It comprises artwork, vintage bricks from MsKinney Avenue and a refurnished piece of the M-Line Trolley.
Alan Naul of The Javelin Group said in a statement added that they are glad to open the doors of inaugural property of Canopy in Texas and are eager to offer a unique destination to out-of-town guests and locals alike where they can enjoy a sense of dwelling like regional inhabitants.
The hotel includes two food-and-beverage options.
The Canopy Central Café, housed in the lobby, is a European-style café serving an artisanal-style breakfast that transitions into an all-day lunch and dinner menu, offering dishes such as flatbreads and open-faced sandwiches. The second is the Upside West Village, a rooftop bar and lounge offering views of downtown Dallas. Upside’s mixology program, curated by Proprietors, the team behind famed Death & Co bars, includes craft cocktails, local and craft brews and a wine list by the glass or bottle.
The hotel also flaunts 150 “Just-Right” rooms, designed to provide a modern hotel experience, as well as to immerse each guest into the neighborhood culture. Each guestroom is designed to be a reflection of Dallas through handcrafted furniture, Uptown-inspired artwork and residential amenities such as cooling mattresses, sliding barn doors and Nespresso machines. Starting at 830-square-feet, the hotel offers two suites, named Travis and Cole, which have separate living areas, balconies and upgraded furnishings.