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New European boutique hotel restores historical building in downtown Dallas

European boutique hotel restores historical downtown Dallas building

Mercantile building hotel
Downtown Dallas gets two new hotels in one. Photo courtesy of Marriott

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building at 1712 Commerce St., which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

They're the company that opened the Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas Downtown in a historical building at 1700 Commerce St. in June 2016.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the new AC and Residence Inn dual-hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. Otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel — Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn has The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry; free grocery delivery; and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. An evening social called The RI Mix offers complimentary sips, bites, and conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building at 1712 Mai St., which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.

Downtown Dallas has a new hotel property that's like two hotels in one. The dual-branded concept combines The AC Hotel by Marriott and Residence Inn Marriott and is located within the historic Mercantile Commerce building, which has been vacant for the last 25 years.

With the opening, hotel management and construction company NewcrestImage celebrates not only the revival of this historic landmark but also the first AC Hotel in Texas.

Formed in 2013, NewcrestImage is a privately-owned hotel development, construction, and management firm based in Dallas that currently owns and operates 19 properties, with another 12 hotels under construction or in development, including another new dual-branded project in Oklahoma City. The company is noted for developing distinctive hotels and for its adaptive re-use of historic buildings in New Orleans, Amarillo, Dallas, and Cincinnati.

At 21 stories high and with 249 rooms, the hotels will share a bar, fitness facility, and indoor swimming pool. But otherwise, they have separate lobbies, lounge, dining areas, and state-of the-art business centers.

AC Hotel
Celebrating the beauty of simple, modern design with a European soul and Spanish roots, the AC Hotels brand was founded by renowned hotelier Antonio Catalan in Spain and has grown to become one of the most respected hotel brands globally. Inspired by the creative, busy traveler with an entrepreneurial spirit, AC Hotels offers European sensibility and functional design, where you get only what you need without paying for what you don't.

The AC Hotel – Dallas Downtown was designed by Duncan Miller Ullmann, whose collection of furnishings, modern design, and textures are meant to evoke the feeling of an art gallery. Set among organic curves and shapes, including the building's original curved staircase, terrazzo floors, and travertine walls, the AC Lobby features communal tables, ample plug-ins, and frictionless service Kallpods that enable guests to immediately request a staff member’s attention.

A collection of commissioned art pieces from around the world were all inspired by the fibers of a piece of Texas rope, and accent the interior's neutral-toned color palette.

There are two eateries and a market:

  • The AC Lounge serves local craft beers, cocktails, and tapas-style small bites such as spicy fava beans, olives, charcuterie, cheeses, macarons, and a goat cheese and honey cheesecake, and other delectable items.
  • The AC Kitchen is open for breakfast with a continental breakfast selection of croissants, egg tarts, Iberico prosciutto, and coffee, among other items.
  • The AC Market has an assortment of snacks and sweets, including local favorites Dude Sweet Chocolate, Killer Pecans, and Dallas Caramel Company.

There are 128 guest rooms and are an oasis of European-inspired décor with clean lines and organic color palette, floating furniture, high-speed Internet access, an open closet, plush pillows, and other upscale amenities. AC Hotel’s signature lavender sachet evening ritual offers a soothing fragrance for a good night's sleep.

Meeting and special event spaces equipped with the latest audio-visual technology are located off the mezzanine level, including a private executive level boardroom with seating for up to 12 and two media salons that seat five and six guests. An AC Library is the place to read a book or utilize the complimentary computers, printers, and wireless connectivity.

Residence Inn
The 121-room Residence Inn is designed with the extended stay traveler in mind. Every guest room is a suite with choice of studio or one bedroom options that afford guests a more spacious and functional living space. Each suite is complete with fully equipped kitchens, so guests have the control over what they eat and how their food is prepared without ever having to leave the hotel.

Residence Inn offers a few necessities at The Market, a 24/7 self-serve food and beverage pantry, as well as free grocery delivery and a complimentary hot breakfast buffet. Guests can also mix and mingle with an innovative evening social called The RI Mix, a relaxing yet engaging experience that offers complimentary sips, bites, and good conversation three times per week.

In contrast to AC Hotel's subdued color palette, the Residence Inn spotlights signature Dallas landmarks and Southern charm. Natural wood paneling contrasts with pops of color from furniture pieces and décor elements. Custom-made pillows reveal an abstract of the city’s majestic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Headboards mimic the stitching of cowboy boots. Lighting fixtures display the beautiful city skyline which also served as the inspiration and theme for the commissioned art collection created by local Dallas artists.