Hotel ZaZa Unveils Bungalow Concept
Monday September 9th, 2013 - 10:13AM CPG
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DALLAS—Hotel ZaZa, a boutique hotel brand in Texas, has launched The Bungalows at Hotel ZaZa Dallas, a collection of 12 one- and two-bedroom guest suites situated on a private compound adjacent to the hotel.
Suites range in size from 600 to 1,200 sq. ft. and offer kitchens, living rooms, private porches and patios. Six of the suites are housed in an existing historic building, while the other six are in a new building, designed to match the New Orleans-style architecture of its counterpart.
According to the company, the suites feature a coastal chic design, with inspiration coming from Hotel ZaZa Developer Charles S. Givens. Design Duncan Miller Ullmann designed the suites.
Design elements include a vintage tail gate from a 1960s Volkswagen Bug hanging in a bathroom; a Napoli freestanding tup from Victoria + Albert; a 1940s 24-in TV built into a wooden cabinet; an amber-colored LED tree; and a Mystic kitchen sink by Elkay used as a vanity in one of the white marble bathrooms. Much of the furniture and artwork are from local boutiques in Texas.
Guests of The Bungalows have access to the hotel’s amenities, including the pool, ZaSpa wellness retreat and Dragonfly, a restaurant.
Tags: Hotel ZaZa • Dallas • Texas • • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Construction/Renovation • Openings •
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