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Hotel Crescent Court opens new spa following multi-million-dollar renovation
POSTED 07 Feb 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Hotel Crescent Court, a luxury hotel in Dallas, Texas, has reopened its spa and fitness centre after completing a multi-million-dollar refurbishment.

The hotel, which is currently undergoing extensive refurbishment work worth US$30m (£21.2m, €24.1m) – including the complete redesign of its guest rooms, suites, lobby, and bar – unveiled its new spa and fitness centre earlier this month.

The spa features 16 treatments rooms, women’s and men’s lounges, relaxation rooms, a couple's suite, whirlpool with hot and cold dips, dry sauna and spa lounge.

Additional features include a nail salon offering multiple multiple manicure/pedicure stations, as well as retail space and a refurbished health and fitness centre with Technogym equipment.

The spa was designed by Dallas-based interiors firm Michelle Meredith + Associates, who wanted to create a relaxing environment for guests.

It features contemporary, storied architecture combined with a ‘classic Southern elegance’, that dovetails with the hotel’s existing façade and has a muted colour palette of lavenders, blues, greys and creams, to create a calm oasis.

Designers selected artworks with natural and simplistic forms, including spiral root figures to represent health and growth.

Andrew Davidson, general manager at Hotel Crescent Court, said: “We’re thrilled about the opening of the spa at Hotel Crescent Court as it brings one-of-a-kind offerings to the hotel.

“The Spa is an important cornerstone of the hotel's US$30m (£21.2m, €24.1m) enhancement project, slated for completion in early Spring 2018.

"We're confident it will soon be the talk of the town, and we're eager for visitors, locals and club members alike to experience the new space.”
The spa was designed by Dallas-based interiors firm Michelle Meredith + Associates
The spa features 16 treatments rooms, women’s and men’s lounges, relaxation rooms, a couples suite, whirlpool with hot and cold dips, dry sauna and spa lounge
Designers chose artworks with natural, simplistic forms to represent health and growth
 


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07 Feb 2018

Hotel Crescent Court opens new spa following multi-million-dollar renovation
BY Lauren Heath-Jones

Hotel Crescent Court has reopened its spa after a multi-million dollar refurbishment

Hotel Crescent Court has reopened its spa after a multi-million dollar refurbishment

Hotel Crescent Court, a luxury hotel in Dallas, Texas, has reopened its spa and fitness centre after completing a multi-million-dollar refurbishment.

The hotel, which is currently undergoing extensive refurbishment work worth US$30m (£21.2m, €24.1m) – including the complete redesign of its guest rooms, suites, lobby, and bar – unveiled its new spa and fitness centre earlier this month.

The spa features 16 treatments rooms, women’s and men’s lounges, relaxation rooms, a couple's suite, whirlpool with hot and cold dips, dry sauna and spa lounge.

Additional features include a nail salon offering multiple multiple manicure/pedicure stations, as well as retail space and a refurbished health and fitness centre with Technogym equipment.

The spa was designed by Dallas-based interiors firm Michelle Meredith + Associates, who wanted to create a relaxing environment for guests.

It features contemporary, storied architecture combined with a ‘classic Southern elegance’, that dovetails with the hotel’s existing façade and has a muted colour palette of lavenders, blues, greys and creams, to create a calm oasis.

Designers selected artworks with natural and simplistic forms, including spiral root figures to represent health and growth.

Andrew Davidson, general manager at Hotel Crescent Court, said: “We’re thrilled about the opening of the spa at Hotel Crescent Court as it brings one-of-a-kind offerings to the hotel.

“The Spa is an important cornerstone of the hotel's US$30m (£21.2m, €24.1m) enhancement project, slated for completion in early Spring 2018.

"We're confident it will soon be the talk of the town, and we're eager for visitors, locals and club members alike to experience the new space.”



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