by Sarah JF Braley | January 14, 2020

Renovations have been wrapped up at the 506-room Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport in Irving, Texas. The project entailed updates to the guest rooms, the restaurant and bar, the fitness center and all public spaces, and a new 2,955-square-foot Westin Club for Marriott Bonvoy reward members was added.

The aim of the new design was to showcase Westin's wellness focus, the airport location and the hotel's Texas roots. Gold and deep green accents reminiscent of the local landscapes of prairies and woodlands were used, while the new cognac-colored leather represents the state's cowboy culture. New art installations include a three-dimensional wall feature in the lobby, an abstract aerial view of the local landscape and lakes, a circle of hanging lights meant to suggest the osage orange fruit common to the area and a living wall of plants near the elevators. 

The hotel's eatery, Byrn Western Grill and Lounge, offers classic American fare, and a café featuring Starbucks coffee products is also on-site.

Among the hotel's amenities are a rooftop pool, the availability of in-room spa services and a fitness Gear Lending program in partnership with New Balance. Guests can use the gear at the renovated fitness center, which now features a Peloton bike and other state-of-the-art equipment. The property also provides complimentary shuttles to the airport, complimentary parking, valet parking, pet-friendly rooms and a full breakfast buffet every morning. The 34,701 square feet of meeting space includes the 10,541-square-foot Trinity Ballroom.