Marriott International announced yesterday the official grand opening of the Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center. The first of the Delta Hotels brand in the DFW area and the first new build in North America, the Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center features 90,000 square feet of convention, ballroom and meeting space, 300 guest rooms and suites and a restaurant by celebrity Chef Stephan Pyles. This new hotel opening kicks off the year for the Delta Hotels brand which is focused on continued global growth. Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center is a public-private partnership between Altera Development, and the City of Allen, Texas. The property is managed by Benchmark – A Global Hospitality Company.
“We are delighted to welcome this brand new hotel into the Delta Hotels family,” said Jennifer Mclennan, Global Brand Leader Delta Hotels by Marriott. “We know our guests are seasoned travelers looking for a seamless experience, and that is why we are laser focused on maximizing those key travel essentials that guests need throughout their stay. The brand’s streamlined service, and attention to detail make our hotels exactly where guests want to be for business trips, weekend getaways, and everything in between. We are confident that the Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center will help make our guests’ journey smooth, more productive and enjoyable.”
A great complement to the Marriott International portfolio, the Delta Hotels by Marriott brand is rooted in simplicity and focused on perfecting the small details that make a huge difference during travel. Thoughtful design, complimentary water and efficient service are just a few of these elements that guests can come to expect at a Delta Hotels by Marriott. The brand’s recent expansion across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific will allow guests to experience the Delta Hotels frictionless service throughout their travel across more of the world. Every Delta Hotel touchpoint is masterfully designed and prioritized to allow guests to glide through their journey without friction.Delta Hotels’s promise of purposeful service includes extras such as a room that works, free bottled water, free wifi, grab & go food market, 24-hour elite pantry, full-service fitness center and an enhanced F&B experience.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center is located in the hub of Allen and within walking distance to premiere shopping, dining and entertaining at Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm. Located just north of Dallas off U.S. Highway 75, Allen combines big city amenities with small-town Texan hospitality.
Focusing on truly meaningful elements that provide its guests with a memorable and frictionless journey, the hotel will deliver on the Delta Hotels promise. The hotel features 300 beautifully designed guestrooms featuring a fresh, streamlined design and amenities such as lush linens, productive work spaces, a fitness center and outdoor pool, complimentary bottled water, and fast, free WiFi. The property also houses 23 state-of-the-art conference meeting facilities, two hospitality suites, and 15 suites in all, offering a remarkable 90,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. Guests of Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center will also be able to enjoy inventive, southern cuisine courtesy of Native Texan and James Beard-Award Winning Chef Stephan Pyles at Stampede 66, an expertly crafted cocktail at Canyon Bar or a quick, on-the-go item at the properties’ 24/7 grab and go pantry, Provisions 66.
“We are thrilled to bring Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center to the booming North Texas landscape,” said Stacy Martin, Managing Director of Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center. “It will be an honor to welcome our future guests while delivering an exceptional experience and warm Texas hospitality with top-of-the-line amenities.”