The 302-room Westin Stonebriar in Frisco, Texas, due north of Dallas, has unveiled a $30 million renovation that touched almost the entire hotel.
Among the new amenities are a state-of-the-art WestinWorkout Fitness Studio overlooking the Tom Fazio-designed golf course, an on-site golf pro shop and a TopGolf Swing Suite. The food-and-beverage outlets have been redone, now offering a daytime coffee bar and cocktail lounge called Beans & Barrel, and a full-service Southern-dining restaurant, Herd & Hearth. Health-conscious, Westin Eat Well items are now choices on all menus.
For the guest rooms, the new design features warm, earthy elements using wood finishes, vintage leather and stone. The resort also now has a WestinWorkout Peloton Guest Room with a Peloton bike and access to the latest classes.
Coming in 2021 are a revived outdoor pool and adjacent bar, a luxury spa, guided outdoor fitness activities and a Westin Family Kids Club. Also being added is an outdoor yoga lawn and running trail. Opening in the spring will be an outdoor oasis called Ranch Water, named after the popular west Texas tequila cocktail; the spot will feature craft cocktails with regional spirits and light poolside fare.
The 26,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event spaces range from 500 to 6,000 square feet. As part of the renovations, several elegant private dining rooms were added that overlook the pool area.
The Westin Stonebriar has earned GBAC Star accreditation from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council and is following the standards and protocols under Marriott’s Commitment to Clean initiative.