It All Adds Up
By the numbers: Dallas' landmark Hilton Anatole racks up impressive stats
Everyone who lives in or has visited Dallas has, at one point or another, probably been to the Hilton Anatole. The landmark hotel has been a fixture in the Market Center and Design District, just five minutes from Uptown and downtown, since 1979, and regularly hosts some of the city's most prestigious events.
Hundreds of thousands of people pass through the hotel each year, but few know the full scale of it. Here's a look at the Hilton Anatole by the numbers:
1,606: beautifully detailed, Asian-inspired guest rooms and suites that reflect the Anatole's grand style. They're located in the 27-story tower and 2 high-rise atriums, which double as meeting points and showcases for the hotel's indoor foliage.
1,000-plus: Pieces of artwork in the Anatole's collection, which makes it one of the largest assemblages in the U.S. Among its treasures are 2 pieces of the Berlin Wall and Nebula, an art piece designed by Reuben Margolin that hangs 130 feet high in the main atrium, weighs over 10,000 pounds, and is made of 4,500 recycled bike reflectors.
45: Acres that the hotel sits on, including 9 on-site restaurants and bars. There's 80,000 square feet of fitness facilities and more than 600,000 square feet devoted to meeting and event space.
20 million: The amount in dollars invested in JadeWaters, the Anatole's exclusive resort pool experience. Guests can enjoy 8 cabanas, 2 slides that each measure 180 feet, and a 630-foot lazy river.
You can be a part of the Hilton Anatole's impressive math by booking a stay through either the website or by calling 214-748-1200.