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New $550 Million Hotel & Convention Center Coming to Entertainment District, Set to Open Early 2024

Arlington, Texas - Loews Hotels & Co officially broken ground on the new $550 million Loews Arlington Hotel and Convention Center in Arlington, Texas, officially beginning phase two of the Entertainment District development.

The development is the second Arlington hotel for the hospitality company and marks its largest single investment to date. Loews Hotels & Co will be acting as developer, owner, and branded operator.

The property, a full-service resort, is scheduled to open in early 2024 and will be located across from the popular venue Live! by Loews, commonly referred as “Texas Live”.

“This...investment further underscores our confidence and commitment not only in the great City of Arlington, Texas but also in the strength of the travel and tourism industry and our belief in the recovery of post-pandemic travel.” - Jonathan Tisch, Chairman & CEO, Loews Hotels & Co.

Loews Arlington Hotel and Convention Center will feature:

  • 888 guestrooms and suites

  • 200,000 square feet of indoor meeting space

  • 66,000 square feet of outdoor space, including an oversized event lawn

  • Five food and beverage outlets, including a three-meal indoor/outdoor restaurant featuring two wood-fire pizza ovens and homemade pasta made on-site and a soon-to-be-named third-party restaurant from a well-known restaurateur

  • 1,550-space parking garage

  • Resort-style beach club with two pools, man-made beach, cabanas, fire pits and water slide

  • The Arlington Convention Center will be located within the hotel and accessible to the 300-room Live! by Loews via a Sky Bridge.

  • combines for 1,200 guestrooms and more than 300,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

Executives from the company were joined by Arlington Mayor Jim Ross, former Mayor Jeff Williams, Chairman & Managing Partner of the Texas Rangers Ray Davis, The Cordish Companies’ Director of Communications, Cari Furman, along with members of the Arlington City Council and other community and business leaders, to recognize and celebrate the event.

City officials hold shovels on new ground
Photo via City of Arlington


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