“This investment underscores an unwavering commitment to delivering an exceptional guest experience,” said Gregg Harper, managing director of The Woodlands Hotels, in a news release. “Not only does it enhance the aesthetic appeal of The Woodlands Resort, but it also elevates the level of experience and comfort for our discerning visitors, better aligning with their expectations.”
A closer look
The $26 million enhancement project includes three new food and beverage outlets, according to the news release.
- Lakeside restaurant Harrison’s will offer breakfast and lunch dining options with a 216-person seating capacity. The restaurant will offer two levels of seatings as well as a sunken dining area that can be reserved for events and private parties, according to the news release.
- The Spruce Market offers a cafe-style area with breakfast and brunch options for resort-goers. The Spruce Market will be expanding to offer a variety of dry goods, wine and cocktail offerings as well as a 1,000-square-foot Lobby Bar.
- Accompanying The Spruce Market is a 775-square-foot retail boutique with snacks and sundries as well as gifts, accessories, artwork by Faulkner & Loche, and swimsuits.
The renovations also include guest room and reception changes.
- The Living Room, a welcoming area, will include lighting fixtures inspired by local nature.
- The resort's 402 rooms incorporate a new, earthy color palette.
- Showers are redesigned and rooms include functional furniture, plush carpeting, new artwork and 55-inch televisions. Suites include premium sleeper sofas.
- Renovations to the 75,000 square feet of meeting space include seating and other space enhancements.
- Throughout the resort, artwork by Texas-based artists is incorporated into the decor.