A New Look for the Mansion in Dallas

Mansion on Turtle Creek celebrates its 30th year with a renovation of its lobby and guestrooms

By: By Skye Mayring

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek unveils its recent renovation // © Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek 2010

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek unveils its recent renovation // © Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek 2010

In its 30th year of operation, Dallas’ Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek debuts a dramatic redesign of its lobby and 143 suites and rooms — a collaborative effort between Rosewood Hotels & Resorts and designer Michael Booth.

“As the only five-star, five-diamond hotel in Texas, it’s important for Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek to be the most timeless, refined property in the industry,” Duncan
Graham, the hotel’s managing director said. “Maintaining our tradition of awards and recognition is critical, and this stunning redesign sets the tone for the next three decades.”

The upgraded lobby features a custom oak reception and concierge desks anchored by a pair of curved Michael Taylor sofas in neutral hues. Lattice-backed occasional chairs by John Boone and four William Switzer-designed club chairs frame the hotel’s original fireplace. The lobby’s signature artwork is in the hand-painted Chinese silk wallpaper by De Gournay although, throughout the property, guests will find stylish, colorful prints and paintings by Texas artists.

Guestrooms boast Egyptian-cotton sheets, detailed chairs and sofas as well as a combination of colors, textures and finishes.

“Those who have never been to The Mansion will feel like this is the legendary, iconic place they have always heard about, and those who have been coming for years will recognize it as the place they have always loved,” said designer Michael Booth.

Mansion on Turtle Creek
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