Delta Hotels by Marriott announced this week that they have scheduled their opening for mid-November of this year.
The six-story hotel will include 240 guestrooms, conference and meeting facilities, a premium full-service fitness center, outdoor pool and a one-of-a-kind culinary experience.
“Our focus at this world-class hotel is on doing the simple things perfectly, featuring a clean aesthetic and a modern take on comfort,” Hotel Manager John Emmett said. “Every touchpoint is masterfully designed and prioritized to meticulously and seamlessly deliver the key essentials guests need and eliminate everything they don’t.”
Celebrity chef and restauranteur Dean Fearing consulted on plans for the hotel’s Sky Creek Kitchen and Bar, which will feature Southwestern cuisine and craft beverages.
The Delta Hotels by Marriott Southlake will anchor a 16-acre mixed-use, office and retail development, located at the intersections of SH 114 and White Chapel Boulevard.
On January 17, Southlake City Council approved the site plan for Delta Southlake Center, a 16 acre development that will be located at the southeast corner of North White Chapel and SH 114. With plans for construction to take place in two phases, the RREAF Southlake Hospitality LLC development will result in a hotel, office spaces, retail spaces, and a parking garage.
The first phase will include Delta Marriott, a six story hotel with 240 rooms, a restaurant with lounge and dining spaces, a bar, business center, fitness center, conference centers, and a 6,000 square foot ballroom.
“We hope to break ground for the hotel this summer. Once construction for the hotel is underway, we’ll immediately turn and look to bring phase II online,” stated Carl Schwab, the Delta Southlake Center project manager at RREAF Holdings. “Hopefully we’ll start construction on phase II during the second half of 2017 or in early 2018.”
Depending on market demand, conceptual plans for the second phase will include 250,000 square feet of office space in two or three multi-level office buildings, which will also have retail space and a separate three-story parking garage.
“Southlake City Council is looking forward to welcoming Delta Southlake Center along SH 114. This is the type of development that has been a part of the City’s Master Plan for years. The additional increases in hotel sales tax revenue will further fund tourism efforts and bring visitors to our city,” stated City of Southlake Mayor Laura Hill.
This article was provided by Tracy Southers with WordPlay, LLC.