The Joule, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Dallas

The Joule, A Luxury Collection Hotel

1530 Main Street

Drawing inspiration from the dynamic spirit and style of Dallas, The Joule represents the finest of modern luxury design. With its elegant ambience, world-class dining and exhilarating contemporary style created by world-renowned hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany, the 129-room luxury boutique hotel embodies a new sense of energy sweeping through the city?s revitalized historic center. The restoration of the 1920s neo-Gothic fa e is further enhanced by a new 10-story tower and a striking lobby. The building?s legacy of scale allows for high columns, which are enhanced with new sweeping dark lime oak beam details.Guestrooms in compelling configurations, including duplex suites and a penthouse with private access and a rooftop terrace, are invitingly sleek, with high-end finishes, inventive d r and original furniture designs that maximize the use of space. The deep blue, grey and burgundy-toned rooms feature iconic black and white photographs of downtown Dallas, specially commissioned for the hotel. The hotel features 2,374 square feet of event space, an awe-inspiring cantilevered outdoor pool, and state-of-the-art Technogym workout space. For culinary indulgence, celebrated chef and restaurateur Charlie Palmer brings his signature style of ?generous, robust and bold? in a distinctively progressive American menu. His first Texan foray is accompanied by his first wine shop, adjacent to the restaurant, Next Vintage, which offers an exclusive collection of wine, selected by Chef Palmer and Sommelier Drew Hendricks. Set in a space designed by Adam D. Tihany, the design draws inspiration from the energy of wind with subtle references throughout, including slow-moving turbines spinning from above and a collection of iconic photo-art pieces. Meanwhile, a trendy underground bar will offer a lively option for late-night cocktails. The Joule will play a key role in the city?s downtown renaissance. Nearby attractions include Victory Park and the Dallas Museum of Art, as well as shopping at the flagship original Neiman Marcus, dining and entertainment in the West End historic district and the West Village.