RICHARDSON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/13 -- At the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel, there are no velvet ropes, guest lists or doormen to gain access to the Club Lounge, but with the recent lounge renovation, every guest of this north Dallas hotel will be clamoring to experience the upgraded services and benefits.
In May 2013, the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel unveiled its newly renovated Club Lounge, which now fits in with the modern aesthetic at this boutique property with stylish decor and a flair that's only found in Texas.
Located on the 12th floor, the Club Lounge is exclusive to guests of Club-level, executive suite and junior suite accommodations. Members of the Marriott Rewards loyalty program with either a Gold or Platinum Elite status can also access the Club lounge and all its benefits during their stay, no matter the level of their accommodation.
The lounge, open Monday through Friday 6am to 10pm (closed Friday evening through Sunday morning), offers an alternative to Plano, Texas restaurants by serving a complimentary enhanced continental breakfast featuring eggs and smoked salmon from 6:30 to 9am and hot and cold hors d'oeuvres from 5:30 to 7:30pm. The Club Lounge also offers dessert and fresh baked cookies from 7:30pm to 9pm. Non-alcoholic beverages are available at no charge, and cocktails for a fee.
Those in town for business or to host a meeting in any of this hotel's 19 event spaces can take advantage of numerous services available in the lounge including copy, fax and Internet services.
While visitors could spend an entire day in the Club Lounge, between dining and working, there are plenty of things to do in Richardson, TX that are easily accessible from this hotel. Beat the heat and score great shopping deals at NorthPark Center, or catch professional sports, big-banner entertainers and family-friendly shows at the American Airlines Center.
About the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel
Set in the north Dallas suburb of Richardson, the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel offers a stylish, modern stay right next to the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts, Galatyn Park Plaza and the DART Light Rail. Perfect for both business and leisure travel, this Richardson hotel offers accommodations that are simple in design and big on amenities with plush, comfortable beds, a 32-inch flat-panel TV, large writing desk with ergonomic chair, coffee/tea service and wireless high-speed Internet access. Set in the heart of the North Dallas Telecom Corridor, this is also a top choice for meeting and social functions with 30,000 square feet of event space; the Symphony Grand Ballroom can host up to 1,600 guests. Those in town for leisure can shop top designers at NorthPark Center, catch a concert or sporting event at the American Airlines Center or explore downtown Plano. When it's time to unwind, head to the fitness center, indoor pool, whirlpool or sauna. This AAA Four Diamond hotel sets the scene with an atrium featuring Bowman glass artwork and abundant botanicals. To be part of the scene, sit down for a meal of eclectic cuisine at the atrium's Maestro's Restaurant or a menu of light bites, wine by the glass and innovative cocktails at the Take 5 Lounge, overlooking Galatyn Fountains Plaza. To keep it low-key, grab Starbucks Coffee, snacks and pastries from Caffeina's.
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Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel
900 E. Lookout Drive
Richardson, Texas 75082
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