Hilton Introduces New Luxury Resort

The Highland Dallas

Hilton Worldwide has transformed the former Hotel Palomar Dallas into the new luxurious Highland Dallas.

The recently remodeled hotel is a luxury boutique resort featuring 198 guest rooms. Located at Mockingbird Lane and North Central, the Highland Dallas provides a comfortable yet sophisticated décor. The resort will also be the first renowned property to become a part of Curio — a Collection by Hilton. The Curio collection features a group of carefully selected four- and five-star resorts that combines offer an authentic experience based on your destination.

Each resort within the Curio collection is unique and decorated in a luxurious fashion. As for The Highland Dallas, each room offers a king-size bed with designer linens, a stylish headboard, and an oversized desk.

The resort also features the highly praised restaurant, Knife, created by “Top Chef” contestant and James Beard-nominated Chef John Tesar. The steakhouse restaurant combines classic dishes with a modern twist. Guests can also enjoy the resort’s spa and wellness center, Exhale. The wellness center offers daily fitness classes including Bootcamp, Cardio, Yoga, and Barre classes. After an energizing fitness class, guests can relax with a massage or body treatment from the Exhale spa.

CEO of Interstate Hotels & Resorts, Jim Abrahamson said, “A premiere luxury boutique hotel, The Highland Dallas enhances the Interstate portfolio with a showcase property in one of the top U.S. travel destinations. As one of the first properties included in Curio — A Collection by Hilton, our management team at The Highland has developed a sophisticated guest experience that will resonate with today’s modern traveler.”

Hilton Grand Vacations Club members can stay at The Highland Dallas using HHonors points. HHonors is Hilton’s loyalty program, which provides members with points for staying at Hilton resorts, using their Hilton credit card, and more.

Global head, Curio &mdash A Collection by Hilton, Dianna Vaughan shared, “It’s fitting that one of the first hotels to join Curio is a former Hilton property — while it returns to the Hilton portfolio, it will retain the unique identity it has developed over the past several decades. This perfectly illustrates how the brand encourages hotels to preserve what makes them special while also offering guests the quiet reassurance the Hilton name provides and the benefits of our invaluable HHonors loyalty program.”

To learn more, visit TheHighlandDallas.com.