Traveling to Dallas or looking for a staycation this summer? Look no further, our families favorite Dallas hotel – the Hilton Anatole just announced the opening of their new report style pool, JadeWaters. It’s going to be FANCY, Family-friendly and FUN.
JadeWaters is an estimated $15 million project that has converted a portion of the hotel’s seven–acre Sculpture Park and Tennis Courts into a world-class water facility. The project will encompass approximately three acres and include multiple heated swimming pools and recreation areas, as well as enhanced walking paths and green spaces. New food and beverage options will also be added in the form of a new outdoor restaurant and bar, as well as a separate 23 seat swim up bar. JadeWaters is scheduled to open July 22, 2016.
The project’s sophisticated design, architecture and landscaping will draw inspiration from the modern Asian influences present throughout the Hilton Anatole Hotel. Comprised of a leisure pool, beach-?entry family pool, lazy river, luxury cabanas, and splash zone with two 180-?foot slides, the new addition will offer a relaxed upscale atmosphere complete with artwork displayed throughout the pool area. The full complex will be open from July 22 through Labor Day this year, with the leisure pool operation year round.
The Anatole had me at “23-seat swim-up bar.”
In all seriousness, in addition to be a gorgeous hotel, the Hilton Anatole strives to be family friendly – which when carting around 4 kids is a HUGE priority for us. Make sure to check out the art displays and SER Steakhouse during your visit. Both will not disappoint!
If you are looking for some summer fun, check out JadeWaters. Our family will be stay-cationing a week downtown at the Hilton Anatole later this summer, checking out the resort and giving that pool a true “family friendly” test with my 4 crazies. Stay tuned for a review!
Learn more at anatolepool.com.
- Read our Hilton Anatole Jade Waters Review
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