The Ritz-Carlton brand in 2024 will replace Four Seasons at the 431-room Las Colinas resort outside Dallas, according to the new owners, a joint venture between Partners Group and funds managed by Trinity Fund Advisors, an affiliate of Trinity Real Estate Investments.
Earlier this year, the joint venture acquired the resort in Irving, Texas, with plans to embark on a US$55 million capital improvement plan to re-establish the property as a premier meeting and leisure travel destination in the Dallas Metroplex.
Four Seasons still plans to have a presence in the Dallas area. The 240-room Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Dallas Turtle Creek is under development by Carpenter & Company, the same company that opened the Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Orleans last summer. The Dallas City Council approved the US$750 million development plan with 120 residences in June.
Beginning December 15, 2022, Marriott International will assume management of the Las Colinas resort, which will temporarily be known as The Las Colinas Resort, Dallas. Upon the completion of the big refurbishment, the property will become The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, Las Colinas.
The capital improvement program calls for renovating all guest rooms and villas, re-concepting the hotel’s food and beverage outlets, renovating 90,000 square feet of meeting and event space, activating the outdoor pool area, and refreshing the 14,000 square foot spa to elevate the property’s best-in-class amenity set to amongst the top luxury resorts in the country. Completion of the renovation is targeted for 2024.
Resort guests will continue to have access to the adjacent Golf and Sports Club, which includes 12 tennis courts, an indoor swimming pool, a 6,000-square-foot fitness center, and the TPC Las Colinas golf course.