Here are the Awesome and beautiful Interior Design for the Joule Hotel in Dallas Texas. this hotel interior created by the New York based studio of Tihany Design. Architect and designer Adam D. Tihany was inspired by Jules Verne’s novel: Journey to the Center of the Earth, as the working concept for the hotel, rooftop pool, restaurant and public spaces. the Joule Hotel with comfortable Features & Activities like: A unique and inspiring destination, The Joule features a remarkable staff of experts who strive to enhance guests’ experience at every turn. Our enviable art collection, which includes works by Richard Phillips, Andy Warhol, John Holt Smith, Joseph Stashkevetch rivals that of any prestigious gallery, and can be found thoughtfully placed throughout the hotel. From the rotating gear installations in the striking lobby to the original artwork in each room and suite, every space at The Joule is designed to stimulate the senses. A heated rooftop pool, suspended beyond the building’s edge, entices guests with sweeping views of downtown Dallas, and with a light menu of Charlie Palmer’s innovative fare served on pristine decks. The pool is an architectural triumph drawing the attention of Main Street passerby, many of whom venture into the hotel to experience the popular PM Nightlife Lounge, dine at Charlie Palmer at The Joule, or make a purchase at Next Vintage, a 13-foot high glass and steel wine shop. Guests of The Joule are invited to use key cards to enter the state-of-the-art fitness center, where aerobic equipment, free weights, and strength training machines are available 24 hours a day. Now check the joule hotel in Dallas Texas with picture below:
Each guestroom at The Joule stretches the artistic boundaries of form and function, merging compelling layouts with inventive décor. Conceived by globally renowned designer Adam D. Tihany, each chamber has emerged from our recent renovation as an inspired work of art. From the inviting entryway with black Merbau wood floors to the custom Italian woodwork with self-closing drawers in a glossy, brown finish, the feeling is one of sleek sophistication. Shades of deep blue, soft grey, and jewel-toned burgundy add depth to a rich palette of color and patterned beige wall covers, further highlighting Bram Tihany’s specially commissioned photographs. Each work is a crisp black and white photograph of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, capturing the city’s social and architectural icons through Tihany’s innovative lens. Rooms and suites—including the Loft Suites and the Penthouse with private access and a rooftop terrace—feature inspired appointments and original furniture designs that maximize the use of space. A polished chrome reading lamp recessed in the headboard, 300 thread count sheets, and a full martini station are but few of the thoughtful touches designed to enhance each guest’s stay. Spacious bathrooms, which include a full line of Gilchrist & Soames spa products, gleam with dark ceramic tiles, while rainforest showerheads with adjustable flow provide a relaxing retreat. Plush robes are provided. Please note that connecting rooms are available.
Hotel Standard amenities:
Entertainment: Free Weekend Newspaper (National) Upon Request, iPod Docking Station, Flat Screen Television, Free Weekday Newspaper (National), In-Room Movies. Bed Features: Down Pillows, Down Comforters, 300 Thread Count Sheets, Bathroom.Bathrobes: Slippers, Spacious Bathroom, Weight Scale, Magnifying Mirrors, Hairdryer, Rainforest Showerhead and An Adjustable Showerhead, Gilchrist & Soames Bathroom Amenities, Office/Telecom. Voicemail: Cordless Telephone, Bose CD/Radio Alarm Clock, Outlet Adaptors (Upon Request), Data Port. Dining: Bottled Water, Coffee and Tea Maker (Upon Request), Full Martini Station, Mini Bar, 24-Hour Room Service