Answers from Our Experts (1)
The Joule’s rooms in the original structure flaunt an aesthetic that’s decidedly interior decorator Adam Tihany’s — dark woods, steel, glass accents and deep, jewel-tone color palettes. The hallways are seductively lit and feature photography by Tihany’s son, Bram. The rooms in the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's new tower are designed to excite and are considerably brighter in terms of natural light and color palette. Two other elements that stand out are the 42- and 47-inch smart TVs and luxurious washrooms with expansive showers. The penthouses are disarmingly fabulous and fit for Hollywood A-listers. It’s a complete living experience with entertaining and cooking space, two bedrooms split on separate levels and a wraparound balcony. The Dallas hotel’s two towers are definitely related in influence, yet can also be described as two sides of an equally chic coin.