Hotel Redux

March 11, 2014 | By | Comments (0)

Our March issue’s roundup of the South’s best new hotels wouldn’t be complete without multi-million dollar renovations of some of the classics. These five spots are worthy of a revisit after head-to-toe makeovers.  

Hotel Derek
Houston, TX
Flick-Mars is behind the brazen design choices (snakeskin-patterned bathroom walls, bold colors, zebra-print chairs) that are meant to echo the fashion of Houston’s Galleria.$139 and up

Hotel Derek

Courtesy Hotel Derek

Windsor Court
New Orleans, LA
This Central Business District jewel was spit-shined to French vogue perfection, debuting redesigned guest rooms, lounge, and pool, and a new spa and cocktail bar.; $183 and up

Windsor Court

Courtesy George Long/Windsor Court

Hotel Victor
Miami Beach, FL
Gaudy glitz has transformed into clean lines and refreshing hues—think marble-encased bathrooms, linen and leather, and area rugs from a 120-year-old French mill.; $279 and up

Hotel Victor

Courtesy Ken Hayden/Hotel Victor

The Carolina Inn
Chapel Hill, NC
The four-and-a-half-year project to modernize UNC’s “Living Room,” with original antiques and a rich tribute to notable Tar Heels, is a showpiece for the passion to preserve.; $199 and up

The Carolina Inn

Courtesy The Carolina Inn

The Joule
Dallas, TX
A big-budget expansion sleeked out this 1920s landmark with multilevel penthouse suites, a bird’s-eye rooftop terrace, and CBD Provisions, a modern brasserie serving proud Texas fare.; $299 and up

The Joule

Courtesy Eric Laignel/The Joule


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