ConventionSouth

OCT 2014

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O C T O B E R 2 0 1 4 ⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 33 s p o n s o re d c o n t e n t Ahhhmazing Spaces & Places! The Renaissance Dallas Hotel has long been celebrated as one of the most unique landmark buildings in Dallas. Now the hotel is setting a new standard for meetings and events with world-class enhancements, including more than 50,000 square feet of new, upscale meeting space. The expansion—designed to increase and enhance the hotel's meeting capabilities— creates a contemporary setting on two levels, starting with the 16,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom with 24-foot ceilings. Directly above the Grand Ballroom, the City View and City View Terrace offer meeting planners a built-in bar, two meeting rooms and 10,900 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. Renaissance Dallas offers everything meeting attendees need for business or pleas- ure, including newly renovated rooms and Asador restaurant, preparing modern American cuisine with a Latin flair. The hotel is located just steps from the Dallas Market Center and within a short drive of downtown, the Dallas Convention Center and Love Field Airport. Be among the first to take in the new meeting experience at the Renaissance Dallas. For more information, visit www.renhotels.com/dallas. ■ Renaissance Dallas Sets New Standard For Meetings Sherry Thomas, Director of Hotel Sales, Renaissance Dallas From her beginnings as a catering assistant at the Rochester Stouffers Hotel to the Director of Sales for the 50,000-square-foot Renaissance Dallas Hotel, Sherry Thomas has a winning record in the hospitality industry. get to know: (214) 267-4821 sherry.thomas@renissancehotels.com www.renhotels.com/dalbr

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