Dallas’ newest boutique luxury hotel is turning heads in the Harwood District
Salvador Dali, one of the most famous artists of the 20th century, was never shy about his love of luxury. “Liking money like I like it is nothing less than a mysticism,” he said in a quote from a New York Times article about his life at the age of 80. “Money is a glory.”
Attendees were treated to high jewelry collections from Assael, Bayco, Boucheron, Chopard, Margot McKinney, and Paul Fisher Vintage & Rare.
The event at Hotel Swexan in Dallas featured $140 million worth of gems.
Here you can experience art and luxury in a whole new way: from impressive facades to fascinating art collections.
From unique dining venues to quirky experiences, there are many interesting aspects of a luxury hotels. But who is behind the little touches that make a hotel so special? We've pulled together some of the most unique positions at luxury hotels, from a Pet Adventures and Wellness Specialist at Hotel Swexan in Dallas to an Aloha Ambassador at Mauna Kea Resort in Hawaii.
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With a rooftop pool, library speakeasy, and prime beef program, the new Hotel Swexan showcases the best of the Barbier Mueller family's Swiss and Texan roots.
The suite life awaits at the highly-anticipated Hôtel SWEXAN.
In addition to its thriving arts scene, strong corporate culture, and bustling international airport, Dallas, Texas has long been known as a multicultural melting pot. This summer, the opening of Hôtel Swexan proved that anew, melding Japanese architecture with Swiss hospitality in true Texas fashion.