The 120-room Hotel Vin, an Autograph Collection by Marriott property, has debuted in Grapevine, Texas. The boutique luxury hotel is connected to the soon-to-open Harvest Hall, a food hall that features the Third Rail entertainment venue. Both are part of the $114 million Grapevine Main development.
For events, the hotel offers 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space, and a 38,000-square-foot outdoor plaza. Among the eight meeting rooms is the 4,232-square-foot Bordeaux Ballroom, which features views of Main Street and the community plaza below
"The Grapevine Main project has been years in the making, and with the opening of Hotel Vin we usher in a new chapter of hospitality for this iconic city," said Paul Coury, founder and CEO of Coury Hospitality, which owns the hotel and Harvest Hall. "With its many wonderful events, vibrant food and nightlife scene, and family-friendly offerings, this one-of-a-kind city has truly become a world-class destination."
The hotel's Bacchus Kitchen + Bar is an all-day dining venue with a full-service bar serving locally sourced cuisine and an extensive menu of wine, spirits, hand-crafted cocktails and craft-beer options. Up top is the Rioja Rooftop Terrace and R Bar, a hub for small gatherings. Grapevine is the Lone Star State's main wine destination, which the hotel honors with its name and the unique Riedel Room, a wine-tasting venue with a temperature-controlled wine wall featuring hundreds of Old and New World classics, as well as an extensive collection of famed Riedel glassware.
Connected to the hotel, Harvest Hall will be a European-style food hall and entertainment destination with a collection of restaurateurs providing hand-crafted, specialty foods from Arepa, TX; Chick & Biscuit; Easy Slider Texas; Four Sisters – A Taste of Vietnam; Spuntino by Loveria; ZaTaR; and WhistleStop, a coffee shop and market.
The new TEXRail line, which connects DFW International Airport to downtown Fort Worth, stops at the Hotel Vin and Harvest Hall.