Texas Resort to Become a Ritz-Carlton in 2024

Marriott's rebranding of the Four Seasons Resort in Irving will begin at the end of 2022.


Following a $55 million makeover, the 431-room Four Seasons Resort & Club in Irving, Texas, will become the Ritz-Carlton, Las Colinas, in 2024. On Dec. 15, 2022, Marriott International will take over management of the property, which will be known as the Las Colinas Resort, Dallas, while the work is being done. 

A joint venture between Partners Group, a global private markets firm, and Trinity Fund Advisors LLC, an affiliate of Trinity Real Estate Investments LLC, bought the Four Seasons Resort Dallas at Las Colinas earlier this year. 

To bring the resort into the Ritz-Carlton family, all guest rooms and villas will be renovated, as will the 90,000 square feet of meeting space; the food-and-beverage outlets will be rebranded as well. Work also will be done on the outdoor pool area and the 14,000-square-foot spa. 

"We are excited to expand the Ritz-Carlton brand in the Dallas Metroplex," said Greg Dickhens, a managing partner of Trinity. "Through our agreement with Marriott International, we will be able to offer the Dallas Metroplex a destination experience suited to the demands of today’s sophisticated travelers across both the meetings and leisure segments."

Resort guests will continue to have access to and enjoy the amenities at 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 (which, along with the adjacent Cottonwood Valley course, are now managed by Troon).